With these two metrics pulling cash flows in the right direction, TI would love to accelerate the whole trend with growing revenues as well. As a reminder, the growth in analog and embedded components has been neutralized by TI moving out of legacy markets such as wireless signal processors.
The wind-down of legacy products has nearly run its course, removing a lead weight from TI revenue growth. Now it is up to the company to execute on its core operations in embedded and analog components. The legacy headwinds will not be there to hold back sales growth much longer -- or to give management an easy excuse if top-line sales do not meet expectations.
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