Texas Instruments saw the highest growth of 133% in patent filings in February and 142% in grants in January in Q1 2024. Compared to Q4 2023, Q1 2024 saw an increase in patent filings by 78% and grants by 142%. GlobalData’s DataBook provides a comprehensive analysis of Texas Instruments‘s patent filings and grants. Buy the databook here.

Texas Instruments has been focused on protecting inventions in United States(US) with 552 publications in Q1 2024

The United States(US) Patent Office dominates the patent filings and grants with nearly 66% filings and 78% grants. The United States(US), China(CN), World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO), and Japan(JP) patent Office are among the top ten patent offices where Texas Instruments is filings its patents. Among the top granted patent authorities, Texas Instruments has 78% of its grants in United States(US), 14% in China(CN) and 5% in Japan(JP).

ROHM and Mitsubishi Electric could be the strongest competitors for Texas Instruments

In terms of grant share, Texas Instruments stands in sixth position among its competitors. ROHM and Mitsubishi Electric secured the top positions according to recent patent publication data.

Patents related to industrial automation and climate change lead Texas Instruments's portfolio

Texas Instruments has the highest number of patents in industrial automation followed by, climate change and identity management. For industrial automation, nearly 42% of patents were filed and 37% of patents were granted in Q1 2024.

Semiconductor products related patents lead Texas Instruments portfolio followed by integrated circuits, and design & manufacturing

Texas Instruments has highest number of patents in semiconductor products followed by integrated circuits, design & manufacturing, semiconductors, and electrical products. For semiconductor products, nearly 9% of patents were filed and 9% of patents were granted in Q1 2024.

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