Texas Instruments is a global technology company that develops analog and embedded semiconductor chips. It designs and makes semiconductors that are sold to electronics designers and manufacturers worldwide. Texas Instruments has a broad portfolio of differentiated analog and embedded processing products. The company owns and operates 14 manufacturing facilities producing tens of billions of chips each year. It has operations around 30 countries worldwide. Texas Instruments’ reportable segments include Analog (68% of 2018 revenue), Embedded (23%) and other (9%). Analog and Embedded Processing are its core businesses accounting for leading overall industry market share at 18% each. Texas Instruments caters to many diversified markets like industrial (36% of total revenue), personal electronics (23%), automotive (20%), communications (11%), enterprise systems (7%) and other (3%). About 100,000 global customers use Texas Instruments’ chips. The company is expected to benefit from a growing demand for smart and energy-efficient devices worldwide.