Broadband Communities

JUL 2016

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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46 | BROADBAND COMMUNITIES | www.broadbandcommunities.com | JULY 2016 FIBER-TO-THE-HOME TOP 100 LIST followed up in 2003 with FuturePath, a bundled package of microducts that can be installed the same way as traditional conduit. FuturePath allows up to 24 pathways in a single conduit. Dura-Line, which was acquired by Mexichem in September 2014, is based in Knoxville, Tennessee, and has 1,500-plus employees worldwide. Dycom Industries www.dycomind.com 561-627-7171 Key Products: Progam and project management, engineering, construction, maintenance and installation services for telecommunications providers Summary: Dycom provides specialty contracting services, including program and project management, engineering, construction, material provisioning, installation and maintenance services to telecommunications, CATV and broadband providers throughout the United States. Dycom Industries subsidiaries provide services to construct, install, optimize and maintain communications facilities. e company offers a full complement of turnkey services for wireline and wireless networks, including planning, site identification and acquisition, architectural and engineering services, engineering and design, project management, materials purchasing and distribution, infrastructure construction, tower construction, equipment and antenna installation, cable placement and splicing, central office EF&I, integration, residential and commercial installations, customer acquisition, locating services and maintenance. In July 2016, Dycom acquired for $107.5 million some assets and related liabilities of Goodman Networks, another infrastructure services firm. Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Palm NETWORK MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS These companies provide OSS or software for network monitoring, optimization, provisioning, service management, subscriber management, billing and related functions. COMPANY NAME WEB ADDRESS ADTRAN www.adtran.com Advance Fiber Optics www.ospinsight.com Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com Allot Communications www.allot.com Amdocs www.amdocs.com Anritsu Company www.anritsu.com ARRIS www.arris.com Calix www.calix.com CHR Solutions www.chrsolutions.com Cisco Systems www.cisco.com Commsoft www.commsoft.net Comverse www.comverse.com COS Systems www.cossystems.com Enghouse Networks www.enghousenetworks.com Entry Point Networks www.entpnt.com Ericsson www.ericsson.com ETI Software Solutions www.etisoftware.com EXFO www.exfo.com GE www.gedigitalenergy.com/ COMPANY NAME WEB ADDRESS GLDS www.glds.com IDI Billing www.idibilling.com Incognito Software www.incognito.com Ineoquest www.ineoquest.com/ Innovative Systems www.innovsys.com iToolsOnline www.itoolsonline.com/ Logisense www.logisense.com Mapcom Systems www.mapcom.com MRV Communications www.mrv.com National Information Solutions Cooperative www.nisc.coop Nokia www.nokia.com Pacific Broadband Networks www.pbnglobal.com Procera Networks www.proceranetworks.com Sandvine www.sandvine.com Sigma Systems www.sigma-systems.com Tellabs www.tellabs.com TraceSpan www.tracespan.com Utel Systems www.utelsystems.com ZCorum www.zcorum.com "The fastest internet access available isn't just for city centers. Smaller cities and towns need faster, more reliable internet too. Maybe even more so." – Elliot Noss, CEO, Ting/Tucows

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