Processors

Advancing processors

Comprehensive processor portfolio, proven software, and worldwide support enabling industry-leading automotive and industrial solutions.

TI is dedicated to advancing and optimizing today’s processors to meet tomorrow’s intelligence, performance and cost requirements in automotive and industrial applications. Scalable hardware and software platforms with common code allow designers to seamlessly reuse and migrate across devices to protect future investment.

Processors design resources

TI has several training and support options so you have all the information you need to successfully develop with TI processors.

Ask questions, share knowledge, explore ideas, and help solve problems with fellow engineers.

Find reference designs leveraging the best in TI processors to solve your system-level challenges.

Find PMICs that are specially designed and validated to meet the power needs of TI processors in any application.

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