|Traded as||NASDAQ: LLTC
|Founder(s)||Robert H. Swanson, Jr.
Robert C. Dobkin
|Headquarters||Milpitas, California, USA|
|Number of locations||12 (10 U.S. design centers, Munich and Singapore)|
|Key people||Lothar Maier (CEO), Robert H. Swanson, Jr. (Chairman), Robert C. Dobkin (CTO)|
|Products||Over 7500 products|
|Revenue||US$1.17 billion (2010)|
|Net income||US$361 million (2010)|
|Total assets||US$1.59 billion (2010)|
|Employees||4,191 (June 2010)|
Linear Technology Corporation designs, manufactures and markets a broad line of standard high performance analog integrated circuits. Applications for the company's products include telecommunications, cellular telephones, networking products, notebook and desktop computers, video/multimedia, industrial instrumentation, automotive electronics, factory automation, process control, and military and space systems.
As of August 2010, the company makes over 7500 products, which they organize into seven product categories: data conversion (analog to digital converters, digital to analog converters), signal conditioning (operational amplifiers, comparators, voltage references), power management (switching regulators, linear regulators, battery management, led drivers), interface (RS232, RS485), radio frequency (mixers, quadrature modulators), oscillators, and space and military ics.
Corporate headquarters are in Milpitas, California. In the United States, the company has design centers in Tempe, Arizona; Grass Valley, California; Santa Barbara, California; Colorado Springs, Colorado; North Chelmsford, Massachusetts; Manchester, New Hampshire; Cary, North Carolina; Plano, Texas; Burlington, Vermont; and Camas, Washington. It also has centers in Munich and Singapore.
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