The Department of Defense’s largest military complex for homeland-security research and development is located in the North American Borderplex.Overview
The Borderplex Alliance has identified significant opportunities for discovery, research and development efforts in healthcare issues related to Hispanics, international borders and the military.Overview
The North American Borderplex is a superb location for research and development of solar- and water-related technologies. Additionally, preliminary studies indicate the potential for successful generation of geothermal energy and wind power.Overview
The region is home to more than 90,000 manufacturing workers in the automotive sector. Six of the world’s top ten automotive-supply companies have significant manufacturing presence in the region.Overview
El Paso employs more than 14,700 workers in more than 33 white-collar operations, such as contact centers, technical-support operations and back office.
El Paso possesses one of the richest concentrations of fiber-optic backbones among metro areas in the United States.
- Clean, Reliable Electricity
- Stable Weather and Geology
- University Talent and Expertise
- IT-related Educational/Training Programs
- Public Schools