Date: August 17, 2017
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Building a municipal, county or regional broadband network is a big challenge, even after you obtain the financing and clear the legal and regulatory hurdles. Decision-makers and stakeholders become consumed with issues of rights of way and technology platforms, partners and competitors, capital investment and user adoption. From planning and construction to the start of service and expansion, network developers always learn many hard and hidden truths that they wish they had known at the start.
In this webinar, the CEO of network consulting company Clearcable Networks shares the hidden truths about network development and operation that his company has learned from years advising governmental, commercial and corporate network builders. What subscription levels can you expect? What growth rate is feasible? How will operating costs compare with the original capital cost of the network? Learn these answers and more in a stimulating 60-minute presentation and interactive discussion. Click here to register.
Featured Speaker: Rob McCann, President, Clearcable Networks
Rob McCann is the founder and President of Clearcable Networks. He has been working with advanced broadband service deployments in mid-market and rural cable and telephone systems since 1998 and is responsible for building and maintaining technical, network, and application intelligence.
Rob works closely with several carriers, cable systems, municipalities, and network service providers in Canada and the US providing them with the technology, integration, and business practices required to effectively operate voice, video, and data services in the changing broadband service provider industry. He has contributed to industry development as a former Director of the SCTE Ontario Chapter, a participant in CRTC Working Groups, and specification development efforts.
Rob holds a Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from McMaster University. By combining his practical experience in both traditional information technology and service provider networks with his formal background, Rob provides a unique perspective on matching emerging technology with sound business principles to establish successful strategies for new product and service deployment.