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Visit a Maxim Location in the United States, Northeast

United States


8 Technology Drive
North Chelmsford, MA 01863
United States
Phone: +1 (978) 934-7600
Fax: +1 (978) 454-6157
Our Massachusetts office is located about 25 miles outside of Boston in the suburb of North Chelmsford and only eight miles from the New Hampshire border. We are a strong group of nearly 80 people, most of us engineers. Our office is Maxim's second-oldest design center and we are proud of our long history of design successes. Our engineers participate in the design, layout, and test development of analog, power, and mixed-signal ICs. Many of us work on power conversion and regulation products that enable more efficient power processing in portable devices and thus increase the longevity of their batteries. Others work on data conversion, signal processing, medical devices, and RF components. Our largest customers are manufacturers of handheld consumer products like tablets and smartphones. Others manufacture cars, industrial equipment, and medical devices.
We also have a local sales team and regional field applications engineers who support our wide range of customers. We are situated in a custom-built, stand-alone building within a larger technology park that houses other high-tech companies in our industry. Our test floor and design lab offer ample room for expansion, which is really good because the site is "definitely growing," according to our executive director.
One of the unique benefits of Chelmsford is its proximity to the influential business world of Boston. We are especially fortunate to have ample opportunities to collaborate with local schools like M.I.T., Harvard, Northeastern University, and the University of Massachusetts. This academic environment, "keeps us really focused on cutting-edge technologies," our director explains. Most importantly, though, our center is, "very collaborative… people work together in a very collegial atmosphere."