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{{title|National Semiconductor}}
{{title|National Semiconductor}}{{Wikipedia right|National Semiconductor}}
{{semi company
| name              = National Semiconductor
| logo              = national semiconductor logo.svg
| type              = subsidiary
| founded          = May 27, 1959
| founded location  = Danbury, Connecticut
| founder          = Bernard J. Rothlein
| fate              = Acquired by Texas Instruments
| defunct          = September 23, 2011
| headquarters      = Santa Clara, California
| website          =
| wikidata id      = Q432492<!--
| module 1          = {{manufacturer id
| logo1            = [[File:ic logo (xxxxx).svg]]
| package1          = [[File:ic example (xxxxx).svg]]
'''National Semiconductor''' is a [[semiconductor]] [[microprocessor|chip]] maker. On September 23, 2011, the company became part of [[Texas Instruments]].
'''National Semiconductor''' is a [[semiconductor]] [[microprocessor|chip]] maker. On September 23, 2011, the company became part of [[Texas Instruments]].

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company typesubsidiary +
defunctSeptember 23, 2011 +
fateAcquired by Texas Instruments +
foundedMay 27, 1959 +
founded locationDanbury, Connecticut +
founderBernard J. Rothlein +
full page namenational semiconductor +
headquartersSanta Clara, California +
instance ofsemiconductor company +
nameNational Semiconductor +
website +
wikidata idQ432492 +