Alpha Omega Wireless Now On Xirrus DIR Contract

Posted on Wed, Jan 15, 2014

Alpha Omega Wireless, Inc. ("AO Wireless") has recently been added to the Texas State DIR contract with its partner Xirrus, Inc. AO Wireless is now listed under the DIR Contract DIR-SDD-1493 providing Xirrus Wi-Fi networking solutions. Agencies that utilize the DIR Contract system for the procurement can now partner with Alpha Omega Wireless, Inc. for their wireless networking needs and solutions. Government and Eduscation organizations looking to deploy the highest quality Wi-Fi network can now buy direct from AO Wireless under DIR.

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President Joe Wargo says, "We are excited to have Xirrus include us on their DIR Contract. Alpha Omega Wireless works a lot with government (City, County, and State), along with Education and Utility organizations. Having a qualified procurement vehicle makes it more effecient for our clients to get the products and services they need. Now we'll be able to provide more value to our clients while saving them time and money.

Xirrus has been a long time partner of ours. The Xirrus Wi-Fi array solution allows us to offer our clients the highest quality and scalable wireless networks for both inbuilding and outdoor Wi-Fi. Xirrus has become the leader in enterprise grade Wi-Fi networks. Their platform allows for the greatest density coverage, best wireless spectrum use, wireless network management, and overall network performance. Wireless connectivity is now the norm and not just a nice-to-have. We are seeing an increase in mobile devices in the work place. Especially now there is a huge demand for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in the work place. More and more devices, like smartphones, tablets, laptops, cameras, and other mobile devices need to utilize the Wi-Fi network in the work place. Xirrus is the strongest solution for high density envirnments and provides the best performance and ROI."

About DIR
The Department of Information Resources (DIR) provides statewide leadership and oversight for management of government information and communications technology.

The agency was created in 1989 when the Texas Legislature enacted Chapter 2054, Texas Government Code—the Information Resources Management Act. Since that time, the scope of responsibilities increased within Chapter 2054 with the addition of subchapters F, I, J, and K, which address the state electronic Internet portal, and subchapter L that addresses the consolidation of data center services.
Two additional sections of the Texas Government Code (TGC) address security requirements (TGC Chapter 2059) and communications technology services (TGC Chapter 2170).

DIR has served in a leadership role to facilitate the state’s economic competitiveness through its ability to deliver quality information resources commodities and services at the lowest prices and best value for state and local government as well as the K–12 public and higher education systems.

About Xirrus, Inc.
Xirrus is the leading provider of high-performance wireless networks. Xirrus solutions perform under the most demanding circumstances, offering consistent "wired-like" performance with superior coverage and security. The Xirrus suite of WI-FI optimized solutions -- Arrays, access points, cloud services, and wired switches -- provide seamless connectivity and unified management across the network. Xirrus provides a vital strategic business and IT infrastructure advantage to industries that depend on wireless to operate business-critical applications. With tens of thousands of customer solutions deployed globally, Xirrus maintains operations and partnerships across the globe. Xirrus is a privately held company and is headquartered in Thousand Oaks, CA. For more information please visit:

About Alpha Omega Wireless, Inc.
Alpha Omega Wireless is an experienced integrator of broadband wireless network technology and complete end-to-end wireless backhaul  solutions. We provide a full range of point to point wireless backhaul, point to multipoint wireless bridges, WiMax backhaul, LTE networks, wireless mobility, wireless repeaters, Smart Grid wireless backhaul, indoor, outdoor, and municipal Wi-Fi, and wireless mesh products and services.