Governor Greg Abbott, state and local officials at TI groundbreaking
They held groundbreaking ceremonies for Sherman’s new $30 billion Texas Instruments computer chip manufacturing facility on Wednesday. It’s on U.S. 75 at the company’s current plant site. They designed the site to support up to four facilities to supply high-demand computer components. The complex expects to create 3,000 new jobs, with the first products from the factory scheduled in 2025.
TI was founded in Dallas in 1930 and had additional locations in Richardson and Sugar Land. Ranked number 210 on the list of Fortune 500 companies, TI is one of the largest employers in the state and the only semiconductor company headquartered in Texas.