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Current CEO: Abhijit Y. Talwalkar

Status: Active

LSI Corporation is a multinational electronics company headquartered in Milpitas, California. The company researches, develops and sells semiconductors and software, but it outsources their fabrication. LSI focuses on two categories: storage and networking, striving to make both faster and more secure.

LSI prides itself in seeking sharp, innovative employees and cultivating their talent. The company funds several university research projects and actively recruits top college students interested in working at LSI Corporation. In addition, the firm offers internships to college students. Most LSI careers fall within the engineering and computer science areas, but the company also looks for candidates in fields such as business, supply chain management, math and others. The LSI Corporation culture values deep technical knowledge and innovation, honoring its best and brightest with the title of Fellow. The company has a volunteer program in which employees give demonstrations to K-12 students to spark their interest in science and technology.

LSI benefits include the following:

- Medical insurance and retirement plans in countries without strong national plans
- Dental and vision insurance
- Employee stock purchase plan, where allowed by law
- Quarterly profit sharing
- Paid time off for vacation, holidays, and leaves of absence
- Special accident and medical insurance for business travel
- Life insurance
- Tuition assistance
- Scholarships for children of LSI associates
- Patent awards


In 1981, LSI was founded in Milpitas, California, under the name LSI Logic Corporation. At the time, it focused on semiconductor application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). In 1983, the firm went public on the NASDAQ stock exchange, earning the largest initial public offering to that date. LSI Logic built its own wafer fabrication, testing and packaging facilities, but it used Toshiba’s facilities to manufacture extra quantities. By outsourcing some of its fabrication, LSI was considered a “fab-lite” operation.

From 1984 to 1985, LSI Logic established independent affiliate companies in Japan, Canada and Europe. Over time, the company also increased its product line and moved toward “system on a chip” (SoC) solutions. In 1998, it purchased Symbios Logic from Hyundai; three years later it bought C-Cube. In 2005, LSI announced that it would sell its Oregon manufacturing facility to become a completely “fabless” operation and reduce production costs. Fabless facilities specialize in the design and sales of semiconductor chips and hardware devices, but they outsource the actual fabrication. In 2007, LSI finalized a merger with Agere Systems, rebranding the company as LSI Corporation. LSI ranked number eight in revenue among fabless companies in 2010.

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