Telecoms and wireless companies travel to New Orleans conference

Telecoms and wireless companies travel to New Orleans conference

More than 30 Irish telecoms and wireless companies are this week travelling to New Orleans, Louisiana with Enterprise Ireland to participate in this year’s CTIA Wireless Conference.

The show is expected to attract over 40-thousand attendees.

Accuris Networks, Altobridge, Cellusys, Shenick Network Systems, WEBTEXT, Vordel and 10n2 Technologies will all be exhibiting at the Enterprise Ireland Pavilion.

Adaptive Mobile, Silansys Semiconductor, Taoglas and The Now Factory will also be joining the growing number of Irish companies to team with Enterprise Ireland for the show.

All of the companies involved will be hoping to generate new business.

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