Texas Instruments (TI) (NYSE: TXN) announced that it is working with Microsoft Corp. to bundle software on TI’s wireless products that will enable connected consumer health devices to operate easily with Microsoft HealthVault, a newly launched consumer health platform. TI’s decision will help enable connected health devices that consumers can use to search, store and connect their health information, simplifying management of their health and wellness.
“TI’s technology is enabling medical device manufacturers to improve the quality of healthcare and life,” said Kent Novak, vice president of TI’s medical business. “Combining TI’s semiconductor technology and the Microsoft HealthVault platform can enable medical devices that equip consumers with their information when and where they need it to make healthcare decisions.”
“Texas Instruments is playing a significant role in helping realize our vision for HealthVault,” said Peter Neupert, corporate vice president for the Health Solutions Group at Microsoft. “Combining HealthVault with TI’s wireless expertise, we can help allow consumers to live better, healthier lives.”
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