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Silicon Systems - Texas Instruments  Profile

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Silicon Systems - Texas Instruments  Company Overview

Silicon Systems, Inc. (SSi), established in 1972, was acquired by TDK in 1989 and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of TDK USA Corp. In October, 1996, TDK sold the Semiconductor Products division of SSi to Texas Instruments. Silicon Systems (SSi) is now part of the Storage Technology division of TI.

Texas Instruments Incorporated provides innovative DSP and analog technologies to meet real world signal processing requirements. Texas Instruments is a leader in the real-time technologies that enable the wireless and broadband access markets as well as new emerging markets such as digital cameras and digital audio.

Silicon Systems - Texas Instruments  Products

The types of products manufactured by Silicon Systems - Texas Instruments include mixed-signal and analog semiconductor products for the hard-disk drive and removable data storage markets.

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