Following Part l of our dive into the optimal features and conditions that make Texas the perfect home for data centers, there is still more to unpack when it comes to this match.Read More
- Operates in an often unmarked building?
- Requires substantial amounts of power and water?
- Doesn’t produce any products?
- Doesn’t require a sizable staff?
- Does require high-level security?
If you answered “data center,” then perhaps you know a thing or two about amps, ohms, and clouds. Well, more like the cloud.Read More
Things really are bigger in the Lone Star State — skies, geography, the economy — and the Dallas-Fort Worth metro is no exception.
The metro area's population, now more than 7.5 million, grew by nearly 132,000 people in 2018, marking it as having the largest numeric growth in the nation. Over the past eight years, DFW has added more than 1 million people.Read More
All states are not created equal, especially when it comes to your career.
Consider the differences across the nation: thriving economy vs. high unemployment, affordable housing vs. sky-high cost of living, and how about wages and tax rates?Read More
As the advanced technology employed in data centers continues to evolve, the demand for specific trades and skills that can keep up with the changing landscape increases at an equal rate.Read More
There’s a reason why North Texas is home to some of the biggest names in the aviation and aerospace industry.
As one of the nation’s 12 largest metropolitan statistical areas, the region is brimming with a sophisticated workforce that is not only rich in skills, but rich in numbers as well.Read More
Midlothian Economic Development is pleased to announce and welcome Kyle Kinateder as its new president and CEO, effective Oct. 7, 2019. The announcement follows a national search conducted by The PACE Group.
Kinateder previously served as the executive director of economic development for the community of Schertz, Texas, where he was directly involved in attracting and facilitating a variety of projects.Read More