Port San Antonio has announced it is constructing another office building in hopes of luring even more cybersecurity industry firms to the sprawling 1,900-acre campus.
Port San Antonio welcomed a new tenant to its growing campus – a national defense contractor that aims to bring high-paying cybersecurity jobs to the city.
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.
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.
New construction at the Museum of Science and Technology will play a central role in Port San Antonio’s future strategy as a high-tech hub.
Lockheed Martin, which was set to leave Port San Antonio, has done an about-face to become the first tenant for Port San Antonio’s Project Tech.
The leaders of two economic engines in South San Antonio emphasized collaboration – not contentiousness – to drive further growth of the local economy.
Project Tech will add new facilities specifically suited to meet the growing needs of cybersecurity operations and complementary industries.