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Examples of "rivada"
John Kneuer, at the time the Bush appointed head of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, resigned his post to join Rivada. Rivada Pacific's bidding efforts were assisted by the now deceased Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK). The company reportedly has contracts worth $240 million with US Public Safety Organisations. As of March 2013, Rivada had six contracts with the United States Government.
In May 2016 it was disclosed that Rivada Networks had partnered with Harris Corporation, Ericsson, Nokia, Intel Security, Fujitsu Network Communications, and Black & Veatch to form Rivada Mercury. Rivada Mercury has stated its intent to build a nationwide LTE network in the 700 MHz spectrum licensed to FirstNet.
Rivada has many more patents in the area of telecommunications, a full list of which can be found here.
Rivada Port Graham Solutions, also known as RPGS, is an SBA-certified small business. RPGS is a joint venture between Port Graham Development Corporation and Rivada Networks. Established in 2004, RPGS specializes in the engineering, design and implementation of communications systems for the US Department of Homeland security and other public safety agencies.
Primarily a telecommunications entrepreneur, he has built businesses across Europe, Russia, and latterly, the United States. He is currently the Chairman and CEO of Rivada Networks, a telecommunications company specialising in the efficient use and arbitrage of wireless spectrum. Rivada patented groundbreaking technologies in the field of Dynamic Spectrum Arbitrage.
Ganley has investments in joint ventures with Nana Pacific, an Alaskan Native Corporation with special US Government contracting access. This joint venture was structured with the help of business partners Jack Shaw and Don DeMarino. The partnership eventually led to the creation of Ganley's current company, Rivada Networks, and the joint venture company Rivada Pacific formed 49%/51% with Nana Pacific.
Rivada Networks is a US-based communications technology business with offices in the US and Ireland. The name Rivada is derived from the acronym, "Radio Interoperable Voice and Data Applications." The company specialises in the provision of wireless and interoperable telecommunications systems to public safety agencies and other emergency/disaster response agencies including the National Guard, US Coastguard, and Customs and Border Protection. The firm has pioneered the development of technologies designed to enable public safety agencies to fund and operate their own dedicated mobile communications networks. Rivada Networks was founded on July 6, 2004 and its current CEO and chairman is Irish businessman Declan Ganley.
Rivada Networks is part of a joint venture with Port Graham Development Corporation called Rivada Port Graham Solutions. In April 2012, Rivada Port Graham Solutions was one of 30 prime contractors awarded a contract on the US Secret Service's $3 billion Tactical Communications (TACCOM) contract for the US Department of Homeland Security. Contractors received contracts in one or multiple technical categories, and each indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a 2-year base and three 1-year options. Some of the technical categories on the contract include portable/mobile radios, control/base stations, software, upgrades, repeaters, routers, comparator systems, engineering, design, installations, maintenance, frequency managers, spectrum managers and test equipment.
Irish-American Firm Rivada Networks has announced that it will bid to build the Red Compartida network. Several other companies are believed to be considering bids.
Irish-American firm Rivada Networks has announced that it will bid to build the Red Compartida network. Several other companies are believed to be considering bids.
He is the current CEO/Chairman of Rivada Networks, a US-based firm specialising in the provision of telecommunications systems to the military, police and emergency services in disaster situations.
Rivada Networks recently appointed former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Richard Myers to the board. Ganley has written about the future of mobile spectrum and bandwidth for the "Sunday Independent" and the "Sunday Business Post".
On 14 March 2013, Ganley represented Rivada Networks in testimony to the US House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, for the hearing entitled "Oversight of FirstNet and Emergency Communications."
After the November resignation of John Kneuer (less than a year after he started the job) to join Rivada Networks as "senior vice president for strategic planning and external affairs" (a revolving door euphemism for "lobbyist"), she filled vacancies as acting assistant secretary for Communications and Information and acting administrator of the NTIA.
In September, 2012 Rivada Networks announced that it had secured three new patents in the USA for technologies that have the potential to improve cellular communication networks and public safety communications capabilities. According to the press release, these patents cover the following methods and technologies.
In April 2012, Rivada Port Graham Solutions was one of 30 prime contractors awarded a contract on the US Secret Service's $3 billion Tactical Communications (TACCOM) contract for the US Department of Homeland Security. Contractors received contracts in one or multiple technical categories, and each indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a 2-year base and three 1-year options. The TACCOM contract has the following five technical categories.
After retiring from the Marine Corps, McCarthy served for four years as the Executive Director of the Reserve Officers Association. In this capacity he led key efforts to sustain and reform the active and reserve components. He has written extensively on Reserve and National Guard issues, and worked closely with the Commission on National Guard and Reserves and other groups studying reserve component policy. He was also Vice Chairman of the Board of Medifast and a member of the Board of Directors of Rivada Networks.
Rivada's patented Dynamic Spectrum Arbitrage and Tiered Priority Access (DSATPA) technologies have received recognition as a possible solution to the issue of funding FirstNet's public safety network. According to Rivada CEO Declan Ganley, DSATPA allows unused spectrum to be leased to secondary users through a competitive auction in real-time, with the ability to designate tiered priority access levels to public safety users and to secondary users based on price. When FirstNet users need additional network capacity, secondary users will either be passed to carrier networks or dropped from the network if capacity is not available. The premise of leasing FirstNet spectrum using DSATPA is that it would generate the additional funding needed to build and maintain the FirstNet network while allowing public safety users priority network usage.
The first episode of the fourth series featured an interview by Murray with the Eddie O'Sullivan, his first television interview since resigning as coach of the Ireland national rugby union team. The second episode featured an interview by Lawlor with the founder of the anti-Lisbon Treaty group Libertas, Declan Ganley. Lawlor spent the interview "looking over the top of her glasses at him, utterly determined to put a halt to his gallop, and still he kept on coming". Ganley criticised those who questioned the funding of Libertas, including European Greens–European Free Alliance President Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Minister of State for European Affairs Dick Roche and European Parliament President Hans-Gert Pöttering who have raised the question of investigating Libertas' funding. On asking donors to rescind their right to privacy for the sake of transparency, Ganley said: "No, of course I wouldn't do that. Why? So Daniel Cohn-Bendit can pour tar and feather over them? Absolutely not." On claims by Roche that his company Rivada Networks had links to the US military, he replied: "Bless Dick Roche's heart. The man knows very little about business, it would appear."