Texas Instruments opens new centre in Cork
Texas Instruments (TI) has officially opened a new research and development centre in Cork.
The company created an engineering design center in the city after acquiring Commergy Technologies in May 2008.
Since the acquisition, TI power engineers have focused on improving energy efficiency in end-equipment designs, especially in the areas of AC adapters and high-power-density computing and server systems.
The centre was officially opened today by Billy Kelleher, Minister for Trade and Commerce.
Speaking at the official opening Billy Kelleher TD said: "I am delighted to be here today for the official opening of this new Texas instruments facility."
"This move by Texas Instruments demonstrates the company’s commitment to its Irish operation and the innovative work carried out by the company in the global semi-conductor market is in keeping with the Government’s Smart Economy Strategy."