CNF Technologies, a local cybersecurity firm, is growing its staff and revenue as it opened the doors to its new cyber lab at Port San Antonio.
Competitive video gaming might become a school sport as the University Interscholastic League of Texas studies the posssibility of sanctioning esports.
Boeing officials say its Port San Antonio site will temporarily store some inventory of the 737 Max until regulators lift the global grounding.
Knight Aerospace, which fabricates specialized aircraft interiors, is relocating to Port San Antonio to gain more space as its business expands.
Two entrepreneur-inventors, a NASA astronaut, and an Air Force general will be recognized for their contributions to aviation and aerospace history.
Building an esports arena will not only be a boon to Port San Antonio’s revenue but also serve as an entryway into STEM careers, CEO Jim Perschbach said.
This summer, Boeing will begin modernizing the Navy’s fleet of F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jets as part of its growing scope of work at Port San Antonio.
Port San Antonio over the next four months will study the costs of building a planned innovation center, including an e-sports arena and co-working space.
A Virginia-based technology considering San Antonio for its new cybersecurity operations hub has received economic incentive dollars.
Stepping into new roles championing San Antonio’s cybersecurity sector, Will Garrett and Amanda Keammerer discuss plans for building “Cyber City, USA.”