At a time of increased activity in light of the anticipated BEAD funding, broadband service providers are focused on prioritizing key markets and understanding the business case and cost of expansion. As part of our commitment to helping service providers succeed – winning grants, identifying the best opportunities, and their most vulnerable markets -- VCTI has joined the Fiber Broadband Association.
VCTI is committed to digital equity – and is partnering with organizations that are dedicated to driving broadband access for all. The Fiber Broadband Association is the only national association focused solely on connecting every home, business, and community in North and Latin America with fiber broadband.
“At a time of fast growth and rapid development in the broadband ecosystem, the ability to build a compelling business case and understand where and how to deploy for maximum impact is critical,” said Raj Singh, VCTI’s CEO. “Working as part of the Fiber Broadband Association will benefit our customers as we join forces with other organizations dedicated to quick, effective, and efficient broadband deployment to benefit all.”
VCTI’s expertise and experience at the center of this rapid expansion complement FBA’s focus on accelerating the deployment of fiber broadband networks to ensure every community can leverage broadband's economic and societal benefits. VCTI’s unparalleled speed of delivery, accuracy, and breadth of analytics, built on foundational access network expertise, enables its customers to operate with a strong competitive advantage.
VCTI will contribute key learnings from this work at national and regional FBA events and through participation in FBA’s committees and working groups.
“The Fiber Broadband Association welcomes VCTI to its membership. Our association thrives on the knowledge, hard work, and collaboration of our members, and we know that VCTI will be an asset to our organization,” said Gary Bolton, President and CEO at the Fiber Broadband Association. “Together, we will work to provide advocacy, education, and resources for the advancement of fiber broadband technology to close the digital equity gap and create a better quality of life for everyone.”