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This chart highlights Texas Instruments’ Revenue Breakdown, split between Automotive, Communications equipment, Enterprise systems, Industrial, Personal electronics, and Other markets from 2013 onwards.
Texas Instruments Inc. is an American technology company. It is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. They specialize in designing, developing, and selling semiconductors and various integrated circuits worldwide. The company deals in products such as Analog electronics, Calculators, Digital signal processors, Digital light processors, and Embedded processors.
Texas Instruments’ Revenue Breakdown
Texas Instruments total revenue remained constant at $14.38 billion in FY 2019 and FY 2020. Its revenue through its products is further bifurcated based on markets, as follows.
|Market||2019||2020||Revenue Share in FY 2020|
(All figures in billions, except percentages)
A majority of Texas Instruments revenue comes from the Industrial market, which contributed about 37% of total revenue in FY 2020 amounting to $5.32 billion. There was a 2% increase in revenue compared to FY 2019 where the revenue generated was $5.18 billion.
The Industrial market is further bifurcated into sectors such as Medical, Building automation, Grid infrastructure, Aerospace & Defence, Appliances, Test & measurement, Motor drives, Power delivery, Pro audio, video & signage, Retail automation & payment, Industrial transport, and Lighting.
The Communications equipment market contributed 8% of total revenue in FY 2020. This market witnessed a decline in its revenues from $1.58 billion in FY 2019 to $1.15 billion in FY 2020, which is an 85% decline.
This market is further categorized into sectors such as Wired networking, Broadband fixed-line access, and Datacom module.
Personal Electronics was the second biggest market for Texas Instruments products during FY 2020 as it contributed about 27% of the company’s total revenue. There was an increase in the company’s revenue in FY 2020 to $3.88 billion, from $3.31 billion in FY 2019.
The Personal Electronics market is further subdivided into sectors such as PC & notebooks, Portable electronics, Connected peripherals & printers, TV, Tablets, Home theatre & entertainment, Gaming, Wearables (non-medical), and Data storage.
The Enterprise systems market contributed 6% of the total revenues of Texas Instruments during FY 2020. The revenue from this market remained constant at $0.86 billion during FY 2019 and FY 2020.
This market is further bifurcated into sectors such as Data centers & Enterprise computing, Enterprise projectors, and Enterprise machine.
The Automotive market contributed 20% of total revenue in FY 2020, which is the third-highest amongst all the markets. Its revenue saw a decline of 4%, from $3.02 billion in FY 2019 to $2.88 billion in FY 2020.
This market is further categorized into sectors such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Hybrid, electric & powertrain systems, Passive safety, and Body electronics & lighting.
Other markets contributed only 2% of Texas Instruments total revenue in FY 2020 amounting to $0.29 billion. There was a 32% decrease in revenue compared to FY 2019 where the revenue generated was $0.43 billion.
Texas Instruments is a public limited company founded by Cecil H.Green, Eugene McDermott, Patrick E.Haggerty, and J. Erik Jonsson, in 1930. As of 2019, the number of employees of the company worldwide was 29,888. Texas Instruments Inc’s key managerial persons are Rich Templeton(Chairman, President, and CEO) and Ahmad Bahai(CTO). The company mainly focuses on designing and producing analog chips and embedded processors, which form more than 80% of the company’s revenue. Texas Instruments is often regarded as an indicator for the performance of the semiconductor and electronics industry as a whole in the stock market since the company’s products are used in almost all electronic products. Major competitors of the company are Rambus, National Semiconductor, Micrel, Intersil, Linear Technology, Cirrus Logic, NEC Corp, Infineon Technologies Americas Corp, and Volterra Semiconductor Corporation.
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