Maxim Profile & IC Solutions

Empowering Design Innovation

Every day, electronic devices are becoming smarter with greater integration. Body sensors can monitor our health. Cars can drive themselves. Networked homes can power up when needed.

At Maxim Integrated, we’re solving engineering problems and empowering design innovation, enabling our customers to create products that shape our world. Our innovative and high-performance analog and mixed-signal products and technologies make systems smaller and smarter, with enhanced security and increased energy efficiency.

Building a Smarter Future

From our sensor platforms to our IC solutions for embedded security, power management, interface, communications, and much more, our technologies empower design innovation.

We help our customers:

  • Make cars safer and smarter
  • Build efficient datacenters for a multi-cloud world
  • Automate factories that maximize productivity
  • Deliver wearable solutions for a healthier world
  • Enhance mobile devices with high-quality audio, efficient power and battery management, and sophisticated sensors
  • Secure challenging embedded applications, while lowering power and enabling greater integration
  • Deliver the analog backbone for a wide variety of applications

Our Values

Since our founding in 1983, we’ve built a rich history and culture of innovation that rewards bold thinking, teamwork, personal growth, and community involvement.

Be Bold

We know that the biggest risk is not taking one. Never satisfied with the status quo, we seek challenges and find a better way.

One Maxim

United, we're a stronger company. We know that so much more is possible when we work together.

Reach Higher

We invest in our personal growth because we know that great achievements lie within our grasp. We just need to be willing to challenge ourselves and each other.

Be the Difference

We take ownership. We believe that one person, each of us, can make a positive impact on our colleagues, our customers, and our communities.



Quick Facts

Headquarters: San Jose, CA, U.S.
Founded: 1983

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1983 Founded by Jack Gifford and IC industry experts
1985 MAX600, first proprietary product to win industry award, starts decades of technical innovation
1987 Company turns its first profit and remains profitable every year from then on
1989 First acquisition adds technical expertise and the company's first wafer fab
1993 Annual sales revenue passes $100M
2000 Highly integrated systems on chips (SoCs) begin to displace single-function ICs
2005 Company becomes a Fortune 1000 company
2007 to 2010 Six acquisitions augment technical expertise and expand product offerings
2007 to 2010  Wafer fab capacity expands by 60%
2007 to 2010 180nm process developed
2008 Chief Technical Office established, patents rise by 50% in next two years
2010 Annual revenue reaches $2.2B
2010 Company ships first analog product on 300mm wafer
2010 NEDA names Maxim Supplier of the Year
2012 Quarterly dividend increases 9% from $0.22 to $0.24 per share
2013 Highly integrated products comprise 50% of Maxim's revenues
2014 Our two largest U.S. sites are LEED certified for energy efficiency
2015 Maxim ships one billionth automotive IC
2015 Maxim names William P. Sullivan to Board of Directors
2016 Sold our San Antonio, Texas wafer fab to TowerJazz
2016 Kip Hagopian retires as Chairman of Maxim Integrated’s Board of Directors after 25 Years of service and William Sullivan elected as ew Chairman
2016 Maxim Integrated CEO Tunç Doluca elected Chair of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)
2016 MaryAnn Wright and Tracy Accardi elected to Maxim's Board of Directors
2017 Maxim produces new power management products based on P90 technology
2017 Maxim surpasses $1B in resales through distribution
2018 Maxim celebrates a 35-year anniversary
2018 Annual revenue reaches $2.5B
2018 Maxim acquires Icron Technologies
2018 Maxim makes JUST Capital 100 List
2018 Maxim added to the S&P 500
2019 Maxim publishes first Corporate Responsibility Report
2021 Maxim now part of Analog Devices