TI Silicon Valley Labs formally opened on March 13 in Santa Clara, Calif., with a gathering of more than 100 invited customers, researchers and TI analog technologists, who learned about the labs' purpose and its expanded collaborative initiatives with area universities.
The labs' charter is to conduct advanced research and development in analog and mixed-signal circuits and technologies through recruitment of top talent and close collaboration with universities and customers.
Research projects range from analog signal processing for ultra-low-power pattern recognition to re-architecting power management for future cloud servers. This brief video describes the vision for the labs.
“TI Silicon Valley Labs will tap into and invest in the Silicon Valley ecosystem of innovation to grow the business,” said Gregg Lowe, senior vice president and manager of TI's Analog business.
“But it is more than that as it relates to TI Silicon Valley Labs. It's about trying to make a difference for our customers, our shareholders, our employees. We want to make that difference in how and what we research.”
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