Telefunkin undergoes name change
April 23, 2013 by James
Roseville company Telefunkin Semiconductors America LLC has recently made a name change. The developer and manufacturer of eight-inch microchips will now be recognized as TSI Semiconductors LLC, and has a new team of managers in place too.
TSI is moving its headquarters to Roseville and revamping to include a new line for semiconductor chip fabrication. Sagar Pushpala has been appointed as the company’s new CEO, having recently been employed with Khosla Ventures – a $1.3bn venture capital company in the Silicon Valley. Pushpala stated that the Roseville plant will provide a way for companies in and around the Silicon Valley to keep the development and manufacturing of their technology on-shore, as well as provide them with a way to scale up their production.
Changes in a company’s name, management, or other aspects of operation typically mean that alterations also need to be made to various documentation and signage. Area printing companies and brochure printers are often utilized for this purpose. Digital business card printing and stationary printing are usually among the printing services necessary to reflect such changes.
The original Telefunkin plant was constructed in 1984 by NEC Electronics, a technology company based in Japan, on 150 acres located at Foothills Boulevard. TSI Semiconductors LLC also operates a six-inch chip manufacturing plant in Germany. The company allows workers at other firms to access to its lab facilities in order to create custom-mate chip lines. Chips can either be manufactured for other businesses, or TSI can work with companies and assist them in the design and construction of their chips.