THE FUTURE TURNS FIFTY

ADI 50th LogoFrom its founding in 1965 to its milestone 50th anniversary in 2015, Analog Devices has built a rich history of breakthroughs and achievements, demonstrating the agility and creativity necessary to thrive in the always evolving world of technology. Follow ADI’s story-starting with its humble beginnings in 1960’s Cambridge, Massachusetts−through its journey to becoming one of the world’s most respected innovators of semiconductor technology.

Ray Stata


"While markets, technologies, and strategies have changed dramatically over 50 years, the fundamental qualities that make up ADI’s ‘heart and soul’ have not. These enduring principles and beliefs, embodied in great people building their careers at ADI, have sustained our success through the inevitable transitions in our business and will serve us well long into the future.”

Ray Stata—Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, Analog Devices, Inc.



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Future Turns Fifty
Analog Devices is proud to celebrate our 50th Anniversary throughout 2015-and look back on all the ways, together with customers, we have always looked forward. From our bold beginnings in 1965, to the innovative opportunities we pursue every day, here's to enabling an exciting future and the most amazing ideas: yours.
Limerick
In 1977, Analog Devices opened our first manufacturing plant outside the United States, in Limerick, Ireland—the first semiconductor manufacturing facility in Ireland. In 2015, our newly expanded and enhanced site capabilities will reinforce our supply chain excellence, and help continue to drive innovation for customers around the world.
Analog Dialogue
It was 14 pages long. Its first article was titled “Analog Computation with Magnetoresistance Multipliers.” And it changed the industry. It was the first issue of Analog Dialogue, which appeared in April, 1967—beginning a history of articles, insight and support that, continuing today, is now the longest-running in-house publication in the entire electronics field.
First

Analog Devices is celebrating its 50th anniversary by expanding support of FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a not-for-profit organization founded by inventor Dean Kamen to inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology. A global leader in high performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, ADI has contributed to the FIRST mission since 2004 through employees volunteering as mentors and judges, donations of converters, sensors and other products, as well as monetary donations and support of FIRST competition teams.

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At Analog Devices, we are interested in more than just MEMS and microcontrollers. We’re looking to the future, and the opportunities that it promises. Staying ahead of what’s possible requires listening to our customers, anticipating the continuing evolution of their technological needs, and solving problems before they occur. Discover how we’re meeting the needs of our customers today and tomorrow.

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