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Ganley communications company in frame for US emergency services deal

Businessman Declan Ganley's Rivada Networks has attracted the interest of US authorities currently developing a $7 billion national communications network.

17th March, 2013
Declan Ganley: Rivada Networks supplies services to several key US agencies. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Businessman Declan Ganley's Rivada Networks has attracted the interest of US authorities currently developing a $7 billion national communications network for emergency services across the United States.

Ganley, whose company supplies emergency services communications to several key US agencies, was last week invited to address a special congressional sub-committee which is examining the rollout of the so-called FirstNet emergency communications network. At the meeting, Ganley highlighted the potential deployment of Rivada's dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA-TPA) system.

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