The following transcript has been edited for length and readability. Listen to the entire discussion here on The Broadband Bunch. The Broadband Bunch is sponsored by ETI Software. Pete Pizzutillo: Hello, welcome to another episode of the Broadband Bunch. My name is Pete Pizzutillo, and I am joined by Natalie Straight. She’s the director of […]
The following transcript has been edited for length and readability. Listen to the entire discussion here on The Broadband Bunch. The Broadband Bunch is sponsored by ETI Software. Joe Coldebella: Hello. And welcome to another episode of The Broadband Bunch. I’m Joe Coldebella, and we are at the SCTE Cable-Tech Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Joining […]
The following transcript has been edited for length and readability. Listen to the entire discussion here on The Broadband Bunch. The Broadband Bunch is sponsored by ETI Software. Joe Coldebella: Hello, and welcome to another episode of the Broadband Bunch. I’m Joe Coldebella and we are at the Broadband Access event, making the most of […]
ETI Software Solutions is proud to be featured in the Houlihan Lokey report “Software for the Connected World.” This in-depth analysis by the industry-leading global investment bank, spotlights ETI’s cloud-native, highly scalable and standards-based solutions as unlocking growth opportunities for carriers of all sizes. “Network operator transformation is essential for survival,” said ETI President Jeff […]
ATLANTA, GA – May 11, 2021: In the midst of record demand exacerbated by the pandemic, broadband service providers have been seeking ways to simplify processes, improve technology and enrich the customer experience. ETI Software, a global leader in service lifecycle management software, and Invoice Cloud, an EngageSmart solution for online bill payment services, have […]
ATLANTA, GA – May 3, 2021: Microsoft partnered with ETI Software Solutions to expand its Common Data Model to include new industry-specific attributes based on the TM Forum Open Digital Framework. The collaboration extends the capabilities of Microsoft solutions for the telecommunications industry – enabling solutions that deliver new insights and more personalized customer engagements spanning the full subscriber lifecycle. […]
Microsoft partnered with ETI Software Solutions to expand its Common Data Model to include new industry-specific attributes based on the TM Forum Open Digital Framework.
What is NFV? ETI Software’s VP of Engineering, David Tidd, discusses the benefits of Network Function Virtualization and how ETI is working with providers to implement it.
We are joined today by Michael Kellim, the founder of both Leverage Social and Wispbroker.com. He talks about Leverage Social and how it helps WISPs build successful marketing campaigns and grow subscribers. He also talks about Wispbroker.com that helps WISPs that want to sell and/or buy during these challenging times.
The Broadband Bunch 2020 Year in Review features hosts Craig Corbin, Pete Pizzutillo and Brad Hine discussing notable interviews over this remarkable year.
A long-time and well-known veteran of the communications world who provides broadband and telehealth strategy consulting, helping communities improve economic development, healthcare delivery, education, and local government operations, today’s guest is industry analyst, presenter, author, and host of the Gigabit Nation radio show, Craig Settles.
Our guest today has participated in Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) activities for the past 13 years in a number of capacities and has served as Conference Committee Chair since 2016. A 24 year veteran of the telecommunications industry and Executive Vice President with On Trac Inc. It is a pleasure to welcome Mr. Joseph (J.J.) Jones.
Today’s podcast features Rick Lievano, who serves as the Worldwide Director of Industry Technology Strategy for the Microsoft telecommunications industry. RIck works to develop solutions and reference architectures to address the rapidly changing needs of telecommunications providers.
Our guest today is business and politics reporter for Vox, Emily Stewart. Emily writes about the intersection of business, politics, and the economy and recently tackled the topic of how broadband internet could be accessible and affordable for everyone.
Our podcast guest today is one of the premier voices in providing well-researched strategic analyses of the communications industry. Jeff Johnston serves as Lead Economist in Communications for CoBank, a national cooperative bank serving vital industries across rural America.
Release 4.0 of the Broadband Forum’s Open Broadband – Broadband Access Abstraction (OB-BAA) aims to enhance network flexibility.
The Utilities Council has evolved into a dynamic organization representing electric, gas, and water utilities, along with natural gas pipelines, critical infrastructure companies, as well as other industry stakeholders. Our guest today on The Broadband Bunch podcast is Sheryl Riggs, who was named president and CEO of the Utilities Technology Council in June of this year.
On this edition of The Broadband Bunch, we welcome two members of the Merit Network team, Vice President of Community Engagement, Charlotte Bewersdorff, and Pierrette Renee Widmeyer, Director of Marketing and Communications.
This podcast features Tom Cohen, a partner in the law firm of Kelley Drye, who has 40 years of experience in the communications and telecommunications industry sector. Cohen discusses the latest regulartory policies and the role the Fiber Broadband Association plays in Washington.
The latest news in the evolving smart home market is a partnership between Google and ADT.
On today’s podcast we talk with Deana Perry, Executive Director of the Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative and is tasked with providing unserved areas of the state minimum speeds of 25 megabits per second download and three megabits per second upload.
Branch Manager of ETI Software Solutions’ Bulgarian division, Chavi Bonchev joins the podcast and explains how ETI, a telecom software vendor based in Norcross, Georgia gained a division based in Kardzhali, Bulgaria.
Our podcast guest today is the Executive Director of the Washington Independent Telecommunications Association (WITA), Betty Buckley, who discusses Fiber-to-the-Barn, i.e. agricultural broadband needs.
This episode discusses NTCA’s role in both supporting rural broadband service providers, helping policymakers at the state and federal levels understand the impact and the importance of high quality broadband across the nation.
More than 750 carriers and broadband providers have pledged to the Federal Communications Commission that they will waive service and late fees along with keeping Wi-Fi hotspots open through the end of June
A blog about the implications of the CBRS spectrum allocation and how WISPs can manage SAS info and SINR.
This podcast features Ting Charlottesville and the interesting programs they are working on with the community, for example, bridging the digital gap, e-sports, inclusion, low-income housing, as well as the special programs that they have kicked off around the COVID crisis.
In this episode, we speak with Alex Kelley the Center on Rural Innovation’s, Broadband and Future of Work Program Manager. Alex provide insight into how the COVID crisis is affecting CORI’s mission and their municipality partners. He helps us understand some of the best practices he’s seeing in the marketplace,
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to issue the “Keep Americans Connected” Pledge, in an effort to ensure uninterrupted broadband access during this trying time. Over 185 providers will participate.
In the latest episode of The Broadband Bunch, we are joined today by Mr. Claude Aiken, the President, and CEO at WISPA, the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association, headquartered in Washington, D.C.