Greater Phoenix is home to leading manufacturers in the Internet of Things, flexible electronics, smart cities and other emerging technologies.
The microelectronic cluster has been shaping the Greater Phoenix economy since 1949 when Motorola first opened a facility in SRP's service territory. Phoenix became a prime location for electronics manufacturing as Motorola and other leading manufacturers continued to invest and call Phoenix home, including:
- ON Semiconductor
- NXP Semiconductors
- Amkor Technology
- Qualcomm Technology
- Versum Materials
- ASM America
- Fujifilm Electronic Materials USA Inc
Today, new technological trends have created a growing market for semiconductor products, further positioning Greater Phoenix as the ideal location for any scaling business in this industry.
Why expand to Greater Phoenix?
- Greater Phoenix is the seventh largest metro area for electronics employment
- Number of jobs in Arizona within the technology sector: 139,439
- Average salary: $97,352
- Leading tech industry sectors:
- IT service + custom software service
- Semiconductor manufacturing
- Telecommunication services
- Engineering services
- Space and defense systems manufacturing
In addition, you'll enjoy SRP's affordable energy necessary to your manufacturing operation, as well as access to the largest independent fiber network in Arizona; SRP's fiber network includes 1,800 route miles of dark fiber and is physically diverse from incumbent networks.
Contact an economic development advisor
SRP stands ready to provide electricity and dark fiber to your manufacturing facility of any size.
Learn more about semiconductor and microelectronics businesses in Phoenix from one of our partner agencies, or contact an SRP economic development advisor today.
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