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  • As a company, we stand by diversity, inclusion and equality. Here's a message from our CEO, Tunç Doluca.

  • Ready for a better night's #sleep? Check out how Ectosense has created a home #sleepapnea test using Maxim Integrated #biosensors

  • On May 13th Maxim Integrated's Launch Team hosted a Virtual Diversity Event for Oregon State University with about 20 students from their Engineering Diversity Groups. The school reached out to us asking if we could do something for their students during this time. We held a Virtual LinkedIn Branding Workshop and shared tips with students in regards to recruiting. We look forward to hosting other virtual events for Diversity Groups across college campuses and meeting potential talent for Maxim!

  • Congratulations to this year’s California Invention Convention‘s Best in Show winner, Ayden Cordero, a 4th grader from Dan O. Root Health & Wellness Academy. Maxim awarded Ayden for his “Doggy Underbite Helper,” a bowl for dogs with severe under/over bites. His best friend Fred, a five-year-old dachshund, was his inspiration. Ayden will compete at the Virtual National Invention Convention (sponsored by The Henry Ford) in early June. Way to go Ayden; we are rooting for you!

  • Maxim Integrated Automotive ICs Get You There First! Maxim Integrated’s portfolio of #Automotive ICs are designed from the ground up to enable #safer, #smarter cars. Click the link below and find out how to gain a competitive advantage and meet tough—and evolving—automotive #design challenges!

  • The smarter a medical device is, the more vulnerable it can be to #hacking. Maxim's Carlos Rodriguez explains how PUF technology can help protect internet-connected insulin pumps, pacemakers and more from #security threats. Read and learn! #patientsafety

  • Maxim Chief HR Officer Laura Owen highlights how the company is supporting its employees and the community at large during the #COVID-19 pandemic. Read her blog post:

  • Joe Garcia and Fred Bailey of Maxim Oregon delivered 1000 N95 masks to @Legacy Health in Portland. Legacy Health is a non-profit health system with six local hospitals, including Randall’s Children Hospital in downtown Portland.

  • Sometimes staying connected in difficult environments seems near impossible. Lucky for you, our #EssentialAnalog ICs are built to keep your systems in communication, even in the toughest of conditions. Learn more:

    Rugged Connectivity

    RS-485/RS-422 Transceivers Rugged RS-485/RS-422 transceivers are targeted for industrial control, instrumentation, lighting systems, and PROFIBUS applications. Our RS-485 transceivers are available in both industry-standard packages and small spacing-saving packages. These products exceed high-ESD and fault protection to increase robustness and time in the field, with fast data rates (> 10Mbps) to service a majority of applications.

  • On March 24, Tim Warren and Rakesh Kamboj of Maxim Facilities met with Chris Wilder, CEO of Valley Medical Center Foundation in San Jose to deliver 1000 N95 masks. The much-needed medical supplies were highly appreciated as they will support the County of Santa Clara Health System. More mask and bunny suit donations are happening in Beaverton and Cavite this week. #donations #onemaxim #wereallinthistogether

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