Dallas Semiconductor was an American company that was founded in 1984 and was a supplier of mixed-signal and digital semiconductors.
The company was headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and was known for its innovative products and technology in the field of real-time clocks, temperature sensors, and other integrated circuits.
In 2002, Dallas Semiconductor was acquired by Maxim Integrated, a multinational semiconductor company, and became a subsidiary of Maxim.
The Dallas Semiconductor brand is no longer in use, but its products and technology continue to be a part of Maxim's portfolio.
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