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TXOne Networks and Mitsubishi Electric Partner to Create ‘Innovative New Value’ in OT Security

by | Dec 11, 2023
TXOne—which has an Americas HQ in Las Colinas—and Mitsubishi say that cyberattacks targeting manufacturing sites in industries such as semiconductors and automobiles have increased. Their collaboration aims to fortify the industrial landscape with "pioneering OT security solutions."
Irving’s TXOne Networks Names New Chief Financial Officer
by | Oct 20, 2023
YC Wu joins TXOne Networks with almost three decades of experience in the global financial markets as a banker at Goldman Sachs, UBS, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup.
Follow the Money: Recuro Health Expands with New Acquisition, Texas Cybersecurity Transplant Raises $70M, and More
by | Aug 22, 2022
Plus, bidding war looms for Dallas-based Signify Health; Fort Worth-based Harvest Returns raises $780K for new fund; Dallas property consulting firm Masterplan is acquired by New York company; Washington D.C. PE firm adds to its Fort Worth architectural platform; Pharos Capital sells stake in diagnostic testing company; and more North Texas deals.
Cybersecurity Firm TXOne Networks Raises $70M to Expand Global Reach
by | Aug 18, 2022
TXOne focuses on securing operational technology (OT) networks and devices for industries from pharmaceuticals to aerospace to smart manufacturing. The Taiwan-based company—which recently moved its U.S. HQ to Irving— says the new funding will help it serve growing demand in the industrial control systems market.

“With cyberattacks on the rise, the zero-trust era has arrived for OT networks,” says CEO Terence Liu.

Global Cybersecurity Firm Eyes ‘Rapid’ Growth from New Irving HQ

by | Jun 8, 2022
Taiwan’s TXOne Networks, which focuses on operational technology networks and devices, is opening an Americas HQ in the Urban Towers complex in Las Colinas. “We've assembled an experienced team with the unique expertise to help companies counter the cyberthreats that could paralyze day-to-day operations," its CEO says.
Trend Micro’s IoT Joint Venture Offers a New Approach to Tackling Weaknesses in Cybersecurity
by | Apr 8, 2019
Trend Micro, an IT security company with U.S. headquarters in Irving, has partnered with Moxa to launch TXOne Networks. The joint venture will focus on security needs present in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environments, including smart manufacturing, smart cities, smart energy, and more.