BAI Communications appoints Brendan O'Reilly as global CTO
Communications infrastructure provider BAI Communications (BAI) has announced the appointment of Brendan O’Reilly to the global position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO), commencing in March 2021.
Based out of London, O’Reilly’s role will be focused on accelerating the expansion of the company’s neutral host solutions and “magnifying its strengths as a telecommunications infrastructure service provider”, according to a company statement.
O’Reilly has almost two decades of experience in the telecommunications sector, most recently at Telefónica where he was the CTO for O2’s UK operation for the past six years.
During his time with Telefónica he led the development of O2’s network share partnership with Vodafone, O2’s fastest 4G deployment in the UK and the recent launch of its 5G network.
“This role offers me the opportunity to play a pivotal role in defining and implementing the technology strategy that will help BAI become a globally renowned provider of neutral host solutions to MNOs and municipalities,” O’Reilly said.
“The deployment and expansion of 5G is going to be a transformative enabler for businesses, government enterprises and societies around the world,” said BAI Group CEO Igor Leprince.
“Brendan brings deep technical skills and knowledge to our team, alongside his extensive experience in leading successful projects and partnerships that enhance the connectivity offerings of mobile network operators,” Leprince added.
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