Profile: Analog Devices Inc (ADI.OQ)
5 Dec 2016
Analog Devices, Inc., incorporated on January 18, 1965, is engaged in designing, manufacturing and marketing analog, mixed-signal and digital signal processing (DSP) technology, including integrated circuits (ICs), algorithms, software and subsystems. The Company's operating segments include United States, Rest of North/South America, Europe, Japan, China and Rest of Asia. The Company's signal processing products help in converting, conditioning and processing real-world phenomena, such as temperature, pressure, sound, light, speed and motion into electrical signals, which are to be used in a range of electronic devices. The Company combines data converters, amplifiers and linear products, radio frequency (RF) ICs, power management products, sensors based on micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS) technology and other sensors, and processing products, including DSP, micro controllers and other processors, into technology platforms. The Company's products are embedded inside various types of electronic equipment, including industrial process control systems, medical imaging equipment, factory automation systems, patient monitoring devices, instrumentation and measurement systems, wireless infrastructure equipment, energy management systems, networking equipment, aerospace and defense electronics, optical systems, automobiles and portable electronic devices.
The Company's integrated circuits product portfolio includes both general-purpose products used by a range of customers and applications, as well as application-specific products. The Company's Analog Products include Converters, Amplifiers/Radio Frequency, Other Analog, and Power Management and Reference. The Company is a supplier of data converter products and high-performance amplifiers. Within this product portfolio, the Company provides precision, instrumentation, high speed, intermediate frequency/RF, broadband and other amplifiers. The Company also offers a portfolio of precision voltage references that are used in various applications. Its analog product line also includes a portfolio of RF ICs covering the entire RF signal chain, ranging from standalone RF function blocks, such as phase locked loops, frequency synthesizers, mixers, modulators, demodulators and power detectors, to integrated broadband and short-range single chip transceiver solutions.
The Company's analog technology portfolio also includes products that are based on MEMS technology. The Company's MEMS product portfolio includes accelerometers used to sense acceleration, gyroscopes used to sense rotation and inertial measurement units used to sense multiple degrees of freedom combining multiple sensing types along multiple axes. Its isolators are designed for applications, such as universal serial bus isolation in patient monitors. In smart metering applications, the Company's isolators provide electrostatic discharge performance that helps manage meter tampering. The Company's Power management and reference products include functions, such as power conversion, driver monitoring, sequencing and energy management. The Company's Digital Signal Processing products (DSPs) complete its product portfolio. As an integrated part of its customers' signal chain, there are various other Analog Devices products connected to its processors, including converters, audio and video codecs, and power management solutions.
The Company competes with Robert Bosch GmbH, Broadcom Corporation, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Infineon Technologies, Linear Technology Corporation, Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., Microchip Technology, Inc., NXP Semiconductors and Texas Instruments, Inc.
Analog Devices Inc
1 Technology Way
NORWOOD MA 02062-2634
Company Web Links
- BRIEF-Analog Devices acquires Innovasic
- BRIEF-Analog devices and Dell EMC collaborate on IoT solution
- BRIEF-Analog Devices and linear technology announce antitrust clearances
- BRIEF-Analog Devices announces new $5 bln term loan facility in connection with proposed acquisition of Linear Technology Corporation
- Analog survives slow syndication of acquisition loan