Broadband Communities

JAN-FEB 2017

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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FREE PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Key Legal Issues for Economic Development Workshop Leaders: Sean Stokes and Casey Lide, Bailer Stokes & Lide, PC Hands-On Financial Modeling Workshop Leader: Steve Ross, Editor-at-Large, Broadband Communities Magazine Co-op Partners on the Road to Rural Broadband Workshop Leader: Hilda Legg, Broadband Communities Magazine Special Workshop Hosted by Calix Best Broadband Infrastructure for Each Building Type Workshop Leader: Richard Holtz, CEO InfiniSys DIY Fiber Mapping and Estimating Workshop Leaders: Ghermay Araya, Founder and CEO New Light Technologies, Inc. (NLT) Jason Longenecker, Project Manager, New Light Technologies Come Early For This Opportunity Each FREE two-hour workshop is a $1,500+ value Workshops on Monday, May 1 This two-day certification course was developed by Light Brigade and the Fiber to the Home Council. It addresses FTTH design and planning, physical network architecture, video systems, Ethernet/IP networks, business/economic challenges and future migration considerations. Network designers, network planners, supervisors and project managers involved in deploying and maintaining FTTH and FTTB networks find the course beneficial. A Certified Fiber to the Home Council Professional Certification is provided to those who pass the certification exam given at the conclusion of the course. Make plans to attend! Separate CFHP registration required: • CFHP Course: $995 • CFHP Course PLUS Summit Registration: $1,550 THE LIGHT BRIGADE TO HOST 2-DAY FTTH CERTIFICATION COURSE AT SUMMIT Course Days: May 1 – 2, 2017 Join the Coalition for Local Internet Choice for a half-day of learning and discussion about how to overcome barriers that impede development of advanced communications networks. Our interactive panels of experts will share best practices and experiences about developing robust, resilient network strategies, including a full range of public-private partnerships, plus overcoming a range of barriers that limit community Internet choice, including political, legal, financial, market and resource barriers. • Challenges and Opportunities for Local Broadband with a new administration in Washington • Studies from the front lines: Best practices and lessons learning from CLIC's state chapters Special One-Day Preconference Program May 1, 2017, 1-5 pm FREE to all registered attendees • All registered attendees are welcome at no extra charge • Learn from leading experts teaching these valuable sessions • Each attendee can attend three workshops • No limit on the number attending from any individual company REGISTER NOW Special Discounted Rate: $560 | Use VIP Code: GAME2017 Offer expires March 10, 2017.

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