- Texas Instruments TI
Texas Instruments was founded by Cessel · H· Green, J· Eric · Johnson, Eugene · McDermott, Patrick · E· Hagerty in 1947. It was originally used by its parent company, Geophysical Service Incorporated (GSI) to produce the newly invented transistor.
McDermott was the founder of GSI when it was first founded in 1930. McDermott, Green, and Johnson later bought the company in 1941.
In November 1945, Patrick · Hagerty was hired as the general manager of the Laboratory and Manufacturing (L&M) department. In 1951, the L&M department quickly surpassed GSI's geographic department by virtue of its defense contract. The company was renamed "General Instrument" (General Instrument. In the same year, the company was renamed "Texas Instruments", which is its current name. GSI gradually became a subsidiary of Texas Instruments. It was not until 1988 that GSI was sold to Halliburto Company.
- ON Semiconductor
ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON) is committed to promoting the innovation of energy-efficient electronics, enabling customers to reduce global energy use. ON Semiconductor is leading the supply of semiconductor-based solutions, providing a comprehensive lineup of energy-efficient power management, simulation, sensors, logic, timing, interconnection, discrete, system-on-chip (SoC) and customized devices. The company's products help engineers solve their unique design challenges in automotive, communications, computers, consumer electronics, industrial, medical, aerospace and defense applications.
The company operates a keen, reliable, world-class supply chain and quality projects, and operates a business network including manufacturing plants, sales offices and design centers in key markets in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
- Analog Devices ADI
ADI (Nasdaq: ADI), also known as Analog Devices (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., is a world leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of high-performance analog, mixed-signal and digital signal processing (DSP) integrated circuits (ICs) The products of the enterprises involve almost all types of electronic and electrical equipment.
Since our establishment in 1965, we have been focusing on actively responding to engineering challenges related to signal processing in electronic equipment. More than 100,000 customers all over the world use our signal processing products. These products play a very important role in converting, regulating, and processing physical phenomena, such as converting temperature, pressure, sound, light, speed and motion into electrical signals Used in various electronic devices. We pay attention to important strategic markets. In these markets, our signal processing technology is often a key factor in helping customers' products to achieve differentiation. The content covers industrial instrumentation, energy, process control, automotive applications, healthcare, Internet of Things, aerospace, etc. aspect. We produce a variety of innovative products—including data converters, amplifiers and linear products, radio frequency (RF) ICs, power management products, sensors based on microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology, other types of sensors, and signal processing products, including DSP and other processors —— are all designed to meet the needs of our customers.
Maxim Integrated Products (NASDAQ: MXIM) is a listed company that designs, manufactures, and sells analog and analog-digital hybrid semiconductor products. Maxim is engaged in the research and development of integrated circuits for the industrial, communications and general consumer and computer markets. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and has design centers, manufacturing plants and sales outlets worldwide. In 2011, Maxim’s sales reached US$2.47 billion, and it has 9,300 employees and 35,000 major customers. Maxim relies on its proprietary wafer process and top engineering R&D team to provide innovative solutions for the rapidly growing market. This kind of business operation model has always maintained a 2-digit sales growth rate. As of June 30, 2007, the company's net income was US$2.007 billion.In the past 23 years, Maxim has developed and sold more than 5,400 ICs on the market-more than any other analog semiconductor manufacturer, and 80% of the products are developed by the company's design engineers. Their products include:
Data conversion, interface circuit, RF wireless circuit, clock and oscillator quality, battery management circuit, optical fiber transceiver, storage management, microcontroller, operational amplifier, power management circuit, T/E carrier transceiver, switch and multiplexer , Sensor, voltage reference, automatic identification.
MAXIM products are widely used in various microprocessor-based electronic devices, including: consumer electronics, personal computers and peripherals, handheld electronics, wireless and optical fiber communications, test equipment, instrumentation, video players, automotive electronics And other applications.