For network & utility operators and construction teams, it's never been more important to build a business case focused on doing more with less and embracing technology to deploy today's network faster while reducing margins, risk and construction costs.
Each year, Broadband Communities magazine prepares a Top 100 list of the organizations they believe are best advancing the cause of fiber-based broadband across the FTTH ecosystem.
Just over a year after our entry into the US market, Render Networks is thrilled to announce that we have secured a place on the 2019 list. To be ranked amongst peers, partners and industry leaders including Century Link, The Broadband Group, CommScope and VETRO Fibermap to name a few is both humbling and motivating for our growing team.
Broadband Communities’ criteria for inclusion highlights the ‘game-changing potential’ of Render’s Digital Network Construction platform to innovate the way fiber networks are deployed.
So what does seemingly limitless consumer demand for connectivity mean for FTTH in 2019?
With the expected demand for 5G globally and US government commitment to deliver high-speed broadband to all communities across America comes an unprecedented need to invest in fiber networks and supporting infrastructure.
Render was founded in Australia, delivers projects in New Zealand and a year ago migrated focus to the United States, introducing our Digital Network Construction approach which solves some of the key challenges associated with deploying distributed networks. These markets have a great deal in common however idiosyncrasies abound; here’s a few of the learnings from our first three fiber deployment partnerships and few hundred conversations we’ve enjoyed to date across southern and midwest USA.
As nbn Co closes in on its goal of delivering high-speed broadband to 8.1 million Australian premises, Render Networks and Decon Technologies have formed a strategic partnership to ensure the final stages of the complex, large-scale Fiber To The Curb (FTTC) rollout are delivered with industry leading technology to de-risk and vastly improve construction durations and cost.
Many factors come into play when Owners and Primes determine the delivery models to be used for the deployment of infrastructure networks: