TI Moves To Manton Lane

‘Things went with a swing today when Texas Instruments transferred to their new factory at

Manton Lane, Bedford

.’

 

So, 51 years ago today, starts a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of February 15th 1961

 

The story continues:

 

‘Already all the diode lines and some of the transistor production lines are installed and working at full speed.’

 

‘Among new devices being marketed by Texas Instruments is the XB26 epitaxial silicon transistor.’

 

‘Texas Instruments’ solid state circuit specialist Mr John Walker told EW that the solid state circuit field is very active in the US. Although the larger part of the output is being consumed by government-sponsored work, there was considerable commercial interest.’

 

The story concludes:

 

‘Texas Instruments in the US have one ‘flip-flop’ unit readily available, and there are excellent prospects of more types being marketed in the near future 

Tags: john walker, prospects, solid state, swing, texas instruments

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2 Comments

  1. David Manners
    February 15, 2011 12:03

    I remember writing down your words of wisdom on several occasions, David, and, I hope, subsequently printing them accurately. Very good to hear from you.

  2. David Simpson
    February 15, 2011 11:49

    Hewlett Packard moved into Dallas Road when TI completed their transition to Manton Lane. I was first managing director of HP Ltd and when we expanded I moved them to South Queensferry.
    David Simpson

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