Via News Release
“Leading Antenna Manufacturer Taoglas to Open New Minneapolis Office Office at The 15 Building featuring state-of-the-art wireless testing chamber. “
Who: Taoglas, a leading provider of antenna and RF solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Taoglas antennas have been integrated into a wide variety of consumer and business solutions — cars/trucks/motorcycles, medical devices, smart watches/wearables, scooters, bikes, Wi-Fi and cellular routers, kiosks, vending machines, ATMs, coffee makers, golf carts — almost anything you can imagine.”
What: Taoglas Co-CEOs Dermot O’Shea and Ronan Quinlan, along with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, are hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open Taoglas’ new office at The 15 Building in Minneapolis. The office will feature a state-of-the-art RF anechoic chamber used for testing new wireless antenna designs and solutions—the first of its kind in the region. The chamber is covered in graphics to match the Art Deco decor of The 15 Building.
Why: The Minneapolis region is a hotbed for technical innovation and top talent, especially in wireless and RF development. The new Minneapolis office will serve as Taoglas’ main touchpoint for its growing customer base in the Midwestern US. April has been designated Tech Month in Minneapolis.
Where: 15 South 5th St., Minneapolis
About Taoglas Taoglas is the world’s leading provider of antenna and RF solutions, delivering high-quality, high-performance RF antenna, filter and cable solutions to innovative wireless and IoT companies around the world. With nine world-class design, support and test centers in Ireland, Germany, Taiwan, China and the U.S., in-house manufacturing in Taiwan and the U.S., Taoglas helps its customers quickly and easily find the best solution for their unique device hardware challenges. Best-in-class support, unmatched consultancy and engineering expertise, and custom design services make Taoglas a trusted adviser to companies across a range of wireless and IoT technologies. This expertise is proven across a variety of use cases in IoT, automotive, utilities and smart cities, healthcare, telematics, smart metering and more.