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Irish minister celebrates Alpha Wireless success at US business event

Alpha Wireless’s rapid expansion and innovative drive have been praised by Irish Minister of State Mary Mitchell O’Connor at a recent US business event. Speaking at a business dinner in Kansas City, the higher education minister toasted the work Alpha Wireless has been involved in with a major tier-one operator.

The minister, who marked St. Patrick’s Day in the US by celebrating Irish business achievement, said she was particularly delighted to see Alpha Wireless experiencing such significant growth across the United States, and being embraced by household names in the telecommunications sector.

“I look forward to hearing of the future success of Alpha Wireless,” added O’Connor. “And not just here in the US, but across global markets as well.”

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Ryan White, the VP of Corporate and Business Development for Alpha Wireless, said he was thrilled with the minister’s recognition of the company as one of Ireland’s leading telecommunications companies, and that the evening highlighted how far the company had progressed over the past decade.

White explained that mobile and fixed wireless service providers face a daunting task of satisfying the growing demand for coverage and capacity while minimizing the cost to serve. The old models of network deployment are no longer sustainable, and Alpha Wireless is addressing this by changing the way wireless networks are built.

Innovation is a major focus for Alpha Wireless. We have a deep understanding that one size does not necessarily fit all and it is important for us to deliver a solution that fits the specific needs of our clients,” said White. “Having the minister comment on that aspect of our company was important to us.”

Alpha W­ireless is an Enterprise Ireland-supported Irish company that designs and manufactures high performance, superior quality antenna solutions. The Irish-based company has offices in Europe, the US, and Australia, and currently exports to 15 different countries.

O’Connor added that Irish companies have a unique approach to partnering with global customers and that the Irish workforce is one of the most flexible and educated in the world. Coupled with a proven track record of meeting global market leader needs, the Irish Advantage is obvious.

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