Texas Instruments main competitors are Xilinx, STMicroelectronics, and Amd.

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  • IBM has the most employees (270,000).
  • Employees at Xilinx earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $122,133.
  • The oldest company is IBM, founded in 1911.
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Texas Instruments salaries vs Competitors

Among Texas Instruments competitors, employees at Xilinx earn the most with an average yearly salary of $122,133.

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CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Texas Instruments
Microchip Technology
National Semiconductor

Compare Texas Instruments Job Title Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Texas Instruments
Applied Materials
Micron Technology
Lam Research
National Semiconductor
Analog Devices
Maxim Integrated
Freescale Semiconductor Holdings V Inc
Western Digital
Librato, Inc.
ON Semiconductor
Microchip Technology

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Texas Instruments demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Texas Instruments Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Analog Devices69%31%
Texas Instruments72%28%
Applied Materials75%25%

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CompanyWhiteHispanic or LatinoBlack or African AmericanAsianUnknownDiversity Score

Texas Instruments REVENUE Vs Competitors

Texas Instruments revenue is $18.3B. Among it's competitors, the company with the highest revenue is Dell, $101.2B . The company with the lowest revenue is Conexant, $112.0M.
  • Texas Instruments
  • Amd
  • Analog Devices
  • Applied Materials

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Lisa T. Su

Vincent T. Roche
Analog Devices

As President, Chief Executive Officer, and member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Roche sets Analog Devices’ strategic vision and oversees operational execution across the business. Since becoming ADI’s president in 2012 and CEO in 2013, Mr. Roche has been instrumental in growing the organization’s market leadership in the high-performance analog sector through a strong customer-centric focus and unyielding commitment to innovation and engineering excellence. Under his leadership, ADI has expanded the breadth of its product portfolio and added new technologies and capabilities to provide more comprehensive solutions to customers’ toughest technical challenges. Mr. Roche is only the third CEO to lead the company since its founding in 1965. He began his career at ADI in 1988, progressively gaining responsibility in product line management, strategic marketing, and business unit management roles during his early tenure. Mr. Roche held senior positions for ADI in Ireland, Massachusetts, and California, and in 2001 was given responsibility for global sales and marketing as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. In 2009, Mr. Roche was named Vice President for the newly created Worldwide Sales and Strategic Market Segments Group, where he focused on integrating ADI technology into optimized solutions for industrial, automotive, and infrastructure customers. Mr. Roche was promoted to President of ADI in 2012, taking responsibility for all R&D, sales, marketing and business development and in May 2013, he was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Roche serves on the Board of Directors of Acacia Communications, Inc., a leading developer of high-speed coherent optical interconnect products that transform communications networks through improvements in performance and capacity and a reduction in associated costs. Mr. Roche earned a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Limerick in Ireland.

Gary E. Dickerson
Applied Materials

Gary Dickerson was named president of Applied Materials, Inc. in June 2012 and appointed chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors in September 2013. Applied Materials is the leader in materials engineering solutions used to produce virtually every new chip and advanced display in the world. Mr. Dickerson is a long-time industry leader with more than 35 years of semiconductor experience and a strong track record of delivering profitable growth and gaining market share while achieving recognition for outstanding customer satisfaction. For each of the past three years, Mr. Dickerson has been named one of the "World’s Best CEOs" by Barron’s for delivering solid performance and a compelling growth strategy. He also ranked among Forbes’ list of “America’s Most Innovative Leaders” for 2019 and Harvard Business Review’s "Best-Performing CEOs in the World" for 2018. He currently serves on the board of directors of the U.S.-China Business Council. Prior to Applied Materials, he was CEO of Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Inc. for seven years, until its acquisition by Applied Materials in 2011, and spent 18 years at KLA-Tencor Corporation where he held a variety of operations and product development roles before serving as president and chief operating officer. He began his semiconductor career in manufacturing and engineering management at General Motors’ Delco Electronics Division and AT&T Technologies. Mr. Dickerson holds a bachelor of science degree in engineering management from the University of Missouri, Rolla, and an MBA degree from the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Patrick P. Gelsinger

Patrick Paul Gelsinger (born 1961) is an American business executive and engineer, currently serving as CEO of Intel.

Arvind Krishna

Arvind Krishna (born 1962) is an Indian-American business executive serving as Chairman and CEO of IBM. He has been the CEO of IBM since April 2020 and took on the role of Chairman & CEO in January 2021. Krishna began his career at IBM in 1990, at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and was promoted to Senior Vice President in 2015, managing IBM Cloud & Cognitive Software and IBM Research divisions. He was a principal architect of the acquisition of Red Hat, the largest acquisition in the Company’s history.

Timothy M. Archer
Lam Research

Timothy M. Archer is our president and chief executive officer. Mr. Archer joined us in June 2012 as our executive vice president, chief operating officer. Prior to joining us, he spent 18 years at Novellus Systems, Inc. in various technology development and business leadership roles, including most recently as chief operating officer from January 2011 to June 2012; executive vice president of Worldwide Sales, Marketing, and Customer Satisfaction from September 2009 to January 2011; and executive vice president of the PECVD and Electrofill Business Units from November 2008 to September 2009. His tenure at Novellus also included assignments as senior director of technology for Novellus Systems Japan from 1999 to 2001 and senior director of technology for the Electrofill Business Unit from April 2001 to April 2002. He started his career in 1989 at Tektronix, where he was responsible for process development for high-speed bipolar ICs. Mr. Archer completed the Program for Management Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Business and earned a B.S. degree in applied physics from the California Institute of Technology.

Tunc Doluca
Maxim Integrated

Tunç Doluca joined Maxim in 1984 as a Member of Technical Staff. Tunç has personally designed over 40 products and holds 11 patents. In 1993, he was named the company's Vice President of R&D. In 1994, he became the founding General Manager of the Portable Power Business Unit. By 2005, Tunç’s responsibilities had expanded to managing seven business units and he was promoted to Group President. In 2007, Tunç became the second Chief Executive Officer in the company’s history. During his tenure as CEO, Maxim reorganized product development around end markets and completed six strategic acquisitions. Tunç oversaw the transition of Maxim’s manufacturing to a more flexible hybrid production model and improved overall manufacturing execution. In 2010, Maxim was one of the first analog companies to transition to 300mm wafer technology. In 2015, Tunç reorganized the company, creating a single organization combining all Business Units along with Sales & Marketing, as well as a focused effort on New Ventures. This new structure will allow the company to better align its current business with the needs of customers, while freeing resources to explore new business opportunities outside of our core business. Tunç was born in Ankara, Turkey, and he holds a BSEE degree from Iowa State University and an MSEE degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He serves on the board of directors of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).

Sanjay Mehrotra
Micron Technology

Sanjay Mehrotra is an Indian American business executive and the CEO of Micron Technology. He was the co-founder of SanDisk, where he served as president and CEO until its acquisition by Western Digital in 2016.

Catherine Côté
ON Semiconductor

Catherine Côté is a Vice President and Chief of Staff to the CEO at ON SEMICONDUCTOR CORP and is based in San Jose, California. She has worked as Head of Corporate Marketing and Communications at Cypress Semiconductor, WW Channel Marketing Manager at Cypress Semiconductor, and Chief of Staff to the CEO at Cypress Semiconductor. Catherine studied at Santa Clara University - Leavey School of Business between 2014 and 2016 and McGill University between 2004 and 2007.

Gregory J. Hayes
Raytheon Technologies