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==Geophysical Service, Inc.==
 
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[[Cecil H. Green]], [[J. Erik Jonsson]], [[Eugene McDermott]], and [[Patrick E. Haggerty]] founded '''Geophysical Service, Inc.''' in 1930.
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[[Cecil H. Green]], [[J. Erik Jonsson]], [[Eugene McDermott]], and [[Patrick E. Haggerty]] founded '''Geophysical Service, Incorporated''' in 1930.
  
 
==Texas Instruments, Inc.==
 
==Texas Instruments, Inc.==

Latest revision as of 05:04, 15 February 2020

Texas Instruments logo.png
Texas Instruments
Type Public
Founded 1930 (Geophysical Service)
1951 (Texas Instruments)
Headquarters Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Key people Cecil H. Green, founder
J. Erik Jonsson, founder
Eugene McDermott, founder
Patrick E. Haggerty, founder
Industry electronics, calculators, computers
Products electronics, calculators, computers
Employees 29,888
Website http://www.ti.com/

Texas Instruments, Inc. is an American electronics company.

Geophysical Service, Inc.

Cecil H. Green, J. Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott, and Patrick E. Haggerty founded Geophysical Service, Incorporated in 1930.

Texas Instruments, Inc.

Geophysical Service, Inc. was renamed Texas Instruments, Inc. in 1951.

Computers by Texas Instruments

Title Release Added to museum Notes
TI-99/4A 1981 Not yet