GigaBeam, a provider of high-speed wireless solutions, has made its first sale in the United Kingdom.

The company did not identify its customer. GigaBeam, which recently moved its headquarters to Durham from Virginia, said the sale opened a new market as it continued to expand efforts overseas.

GigaBeam offers wireless data delivery at what it calls “wireless fiber optics,” or WiFiber, speed and capacity as an alternative to traditional fiber.

“Europe represents a major market and revenue opportunity for GigaBeam and specifically in established economies such as the United Kingdom, where wireless infrastructures represent an ideal solution for providing individuals and businesses with broadband Internet access,” said Louis Slaughter, chairman and chief executive officer of GigaBeam.