On Trac, Inc

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On Trac & the Fiber Broadband Association

On Trac, Incorporated has been a proud member of the Fiber Broadband Association (formerly the FTTH Council) since 2003.  On Trac officers have served through the years on various Council committees, as well serving as a sponsoring organization at the national Fiber Connect Conference. We have also presided at member’s meetings and joined the association in lobbying efforts in Washington DC.  Currently On Trac leadership is well represented through Mike Hill (CEO) serving as a Board Member and Joseph Jones (Vice President of Operations) as Chair of the 2018 Fiber Connect Conference.  On Trac stands as a proven Leader in Connectivity in the fiber broadband industry with over fifteen years of fiber deployment and fulfillment services and over 350,000 homes, business, MDU’s, schools and industrial properties of all types connected to date.


WHAT IS FIBER BROADBAND?

The superior technology to deliver Internet and network services is optical fiber that carrys a communications signal from an operator’s equipment all the way to a home, business or enterprise. This technology has been found to be more robust and reliable than older technologies. Though relatively new, running fiber to homes (fiber-to-the-home) is a fast growing method of providing much greater bandwidth and speeds to consumers and businesses, for more robust video, internet and voice services. To see how fiber-to-the-home, business or endpoint are defined throughout the world, click here for the Global Reference of Terms and Definitions

Connecting homes, business and any endpoints — including cellular towers or sites — directly to fiber optic cable enables enormous improvements in what bandwidth devices are capable of delivering. Current fiber optic technology can provide two-way transmission speeds – upload and download — of over a gigabit per second. And as older technologies stretch the limits of their performance or speed, constant improvements in fiber optic technology and equipment can improve how much bandwidth is available without having to deploy a new networks. That’s why fiber networks are said to be “futureproof.”

MORE ABOUT THE FIBER BROADBAND ASSOCIATION

Established in 2001, and the only all-fiber trade association in the Americas, the Fiber Broadband Association provides advocacy, education and resources to companies, organizations and communities who want to deploy the best networks through fiber to the home, fiber to the business and fiber everywhere. Our member-led association collaborates with industry allies to propel fiber deployment forward for a better broadband future here and around the world.  Fiber Broadband Association members represent the entire broadband ecosystem: providers, suppliers, consultants, consumers, policymakers, device makers and application providers.


Association’s Mission

The Fiber Broadband Association’s mission is to accelerate deployment of all-fiber networks by demonstrating how fiber-enabled applications and solutions create value for network operators and their customers, promote economic development and enhance quality of life.

Association’s Vision

The vision of the Fiber Broadband Association is to be the voice for ultra high-speed networks throughout the Americas.

 

 

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