Texas has been home to many thriving tech companies, some of which have headquarters or significant operations within the state. Here’s a list of some of the largest tech companies based on various factors like revenue, number of employees, and market capitalization:
- Dell Technologies (Headquartered in Round Rock) – A multinational computer technology company that develops, sells, repairs, and supports computers and related products and services.
- Texas Instruments (Headquartered in Dallas) – A global semiconductor design & manufacturing company.
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) (Shifted headquarters to Houston) – Provides enterprise IT solutions including storage, servers, and networking products.
- AT&T (Headquartered in Dallas) – A telecommunications company, but it has also expanded into media and digital entertainment.
- Compaq (Was headquartered in Houston until its merger with HP) – Once a top producer of PCs.
- Rackspace Technology (Headquartered in San Antonio) – Provides cloud computing services, including hosting and support.
- National Instruments (Headquartered in Austin) – Produces automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software.
- DXC Technology (Has significant operations in Plano) – An end-to-end IT services company.
- Charles Schwab (Relocated headquarters to Westlake) – Though primarily a financial institution, its tech infrastructure is massive, and it invests heavily in fintech.
- Forcepoint (Headquartered in Austin) – A cybersecurity company offering solutions to protect users, data, and networks.
- SolarWinds (Headquartered in Austin) – Software developing company
|Rank||Company||Estimated Valuation (as of 2023)||Location||Estimated Number of Employees (as of 2023)|
|1||Dell Technologies||$70+ billion||Round Rock||150,000+|
|2||Texas Instruments||$150+ billion||Dallas||30,000+|
|3||Hewlett Packard Enterprise||$20+ billion||Houston||60,000+|
|5||Rackspace Technology||$5+ billion||San Antonio||6,500+|
|6||National Instruments||$7+ billion||Austin||7,500+|
|7||DXC Technology||$6+ billion||Plano||130,000+|
|8||Charles Schwab||$130+ billion||Westlake||19,500+|
|9||Forcepoint||Not publicly disclosed||Austin||2,500+|
Note: Texas has a dynamic tech landscape, and rankings can change based on current valuations, acquisitions, performance, and other metrics.