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Alpha Technologies opens cable/broadband training center in Georgia

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ribboncuttingAlpha Technologies cut the ribbon in February for a new training center which will provide hands-on training for Critical Infrastructure Powering professionals in the cable telecommunications industry. Alpha representatives, executives from the cable industry and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) were on hand for the ceremony.

John Hewitt, Alpha’s Vice President of Broadband Sales and Product Management, presided over the event, making introductions and providing a tour of the new facility.

“Alpha power equipment and services are used by the leading MSO’s throughout the industry,” said John Hewitt, Alpha’s Vice President of Broadband Sales and Product Management. “So we were very appreciative to have many of them represented at the new training center’s grand opening.”

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Expanding global broadband network increases need for reliable backup power

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Feb17pressReleaseFBAs the worldwide broadband market sees record growth, Alpha Technologies is positioning itself to continue to be a leader and innovator in reliability, security and performance for backup power systems. As part of that effort, Alpha Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of Todd Loeffelholz as Alpha’s new Director of Product Management responsible for cable broadband products.


Loeffelholz comes on board at the start of another busy year at Alpha Technologies. He will be responsible for the next generation of power supply, generator, enclosure and fiber optic power products. Several new products are expected to be announced this year, with several more slated for 2016. Alpha continues to see rapid growth and sustainable expanding markets in the global broadband market.

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Showcase Full Suite of Power Solutions at Convergence India

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photoAlpha Technologies, worldwide power solutions provider, will display a wide array of Cable TV/Broadband, Industrial and Renewable Energy Power products this week at Convergence India in New Delhi.

“With over 30 years of cable TV and broadband powering expertise, Alpha has established a reputation for product reliability and value,” said Drew Zogby, Alpha Technologies’ President and COO. “We are committed to bringing those same virtues to a new set of customers who demand reliability and value from the power solutions being deployed in the growing, worldwide broadband network. We look forward to showcasing a number of these solutions at Convergence India.”

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Alpha Announces Cheetah Technologies Deal

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cheetaAlpha Technologies, worldwide power solutions provider, announced its acquisition of the assets of the Status Monitoring division of Pittsburg, PA based Cheetah Technologies. Cheetah is a leading developer and supplier of network monitoring hardware and software solutions for the Global Cable and Broadband industry.

As a leader in broadband powering solutions, Alpha has always maintained a close working relationship with strategic network monitoring partners. This acquisition marks the next step in a long, cooperative history between Alpha and Cheetah, who both collaborated in outside plant power supply monitoring for several decades to serve similar markets and mutual customers. Cheetah’s technical talent in hardware and software monitoring platforms has a synergistic fit with Alpha’s current and future planned product and service offerings. Alpha will continue to operate the Pittsburgh, PA facility.

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Alpha Technologies Expands Service and Repair Network in Latin America With Two New Locations

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alphaAlpha Technologies, Inc., leading power systems provider, today announces the opening of two additional service centers in Latin America as part of a continuing effort to better serve current and future customers. The centers are located in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

Communication networks have never been more complex than today. In addition, the increasingly competitive landscape has created additional network challenges. This has resulted in an array of both technical and operational issues that must be addressed in a timely manner to assure operators’ high-capacity, high-speed and interactive networks meet their needs and their customers’ needs. These needs become amplified when customers are located in countries that face logistical challenges due to distances covered and strong importation regulations.