TI India commands the respect and recognition for its talent and innovation, as well as for sowing the seeds of technology in India. It has used its unique technical skills to design and develop semiconductor devices for a wide range of electronic products and applications in areas such as industrial, medical, consumer, automotive, security and surveillance etc. “There is hardly any TI product in the market today that has not seen the involvement of TI India engineers at its development stage,” says Mahesh Mehendale, TI Fellow and director, Center of Excellence for VLSI Architectures.
Engineers from TI India have filed nearly 800 patents in the US till now, a testimony to their rich talent and skill sets. “While semiconductor R&D is expected to become even more complex in the coming years as the deployment of electronics in various vertical segments increases, the depth and breadth of TI’s talent base in India equip the company to meet the challenges ahead,” says Mehendale.
Named in honour of Jack Kilby, who invented the first integrated circuit in 1958, Kilby Labs India focuses on innovation in energy efficiency, bio-electronics and life sciences. Set up in Bangalore in 2010, Kilby Labs bring together some of TI’s brightest minds to
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