Texas Instruments completes acquisition of National Semiconductor
National becomes part of TI's Analog business and expands company's ability to deliver more products, expertise and support for customers
"National is now a strategic part of TI's Analog growth engine. Together, we're focused on accelerating semiconductor innovation to improve performance and power efficiency for our customers' electronic systems," said
More than 5,000 National employees will immediately become part of TI. The two companies will begin the work to integrate National as a unit of TI's Analog business, which will have a combined portfolio of nearly 45,000 analog products, strong customer design tools, and a sales force that is 10 times larger than National's previous footprint.
"The closing of this transaction allows TI to expand its market presence with more leading-edge analog products, greater manufacturing capacity, and the largest sales and applications team in the industry. Together, we will serve more customers in more markets," Templeton said.
The transaction, announced on
With today's close, TI's Analog semiconductor business now represents more than 50 percent of the company's revenue.
TI will continue to operate National's manufacturing sites, located in
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