This blog is for those who are interested in reading about trends in the broadband marketplace including policies and regulations that would affect the market, technologies, and of course advancements in mapping.
Upcoming EventsTANE/NYSTA Issues Forum 2018: Feb 6-8thCome See Us at FISPALIVE 2018: Feb 5-7thITA Showcase Northwest 2018: March 7-8th
Recent EventsFrom Zero to BOM in 20 Minutes Webinar: Jan 11th 2018Come See Us at the 2017 BBC Atlanta Conference: Nov 7-9thCome See Us at Oregon Connect: Oct 19-20thCatch VETRO at TANE Annual Meeting 2017: Oct 16-18thVisit Us at NTCA Fall Conference 2017: Sept 24-27thNBT Solutions at FOSS4G 2017 in BostonVETRO FiberMap at the Broadband Communities Summit 2017Fiber Bootcamp with WISPAPALOOZATouch Base at Mountain Connect Broadband Development ConferenceCome See VETRO at COMMTECH East
After a full year of work with our BETA partners, we launched VETRO FiberMap at the Broadband Communities Summit in Austin, TX in April of this year and the response over just the past two months has been phenomenal! We couldn’t be more excited to join the 2016 FTTH Connect Summit in Nashville next week […]Read More
VETRO FiberMap™, an innovative provider of software solutions for the Fiber To The Home (FTTH) industry, today announced the availability of the VETRO FiberMap™ Network Mapping Platform, designed specifically to meet the needs of small to mid-sized ISPs and community broadband networks. The solution provides a secure, cloud-based platform that helps ISPs plan, design, cost, […]Read More
Is Google Earth for Fiber Mapping a blessing or curse? Over the past 15 years of doing GIS business in telco we have seen a major shift off of desktop GIS tools and onto Google Earth. Google bought and launched the Google Earth platform we all now know in 2005, leveraging technology and the Keyhole […]Read More
Every now and then I find the time to read those copies of The Economist magazine that stack up on my dining room table (yes, I do still read print because I find it is the most convenient way to read magazine articles while traveling). I was piqued by the title on the cover of […]Read More