Delays for Texas Instrument at Japan Plant

Texas Instrument has announced it is anticipating between four and six months and disruption to its chip manufacturing operations in Japan.

The company’s factor in Miho which is 65 kilometers from central Tokyo was closed by the quake on March 11th.  This factor is responsible for about 10 percent of TI’s output by revenue in 2010.

Production of about 80 percent of the Miho factory’s work has been temporarily shifted to factories in Texas and Freising, Germany.

For more on this, check out the story over at PCWorld.

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