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Brock and the rest of the Fresnel Sales Team made a splash at the Fiber Broadband Association's FiberConnect 2018 Tradeshow and Conference, in Nashville, TN. We had the opportunity to demo Vitruvi for 18 different companies over the 2 days, with strong customer interest from everyone who viewed the demo and a number of commitments to begin using the software right on the tradeshow floor!
Dr. Brody Todd had the opportunity to present his research at the 2018 CommTech West Tradeshow & Conference here in Calgary, AB on May 16, 2018. Attendees were treated to an indepth analysis of the types of factors that drive successful fiber deployments in non-urban areas.
At Fresnel Software, we want to honor our Veterans and First Responders, many of whom have made the ultimate sacrifice. In support of this effort each year we will turn to our team and select a relative or friend of a team member to honor. This year we have chosen Squadron Leader Kenneth William Brown, CGM. He is the father of Brock Brown, our VP-Sales, Training, People. Of the 133 aircrew who set off on the Dams Raid in May 1943, only one survives today. Of the 19 pilots, none survive today: o
What does it take to run and lead a virtual work environment? The internet is filled with a plethora of examples of both successes and failures. Recently, I have had the privilege of working with a team where the virtual workplace works quite well. Though, I am by no means an expert at the virtual workplace, in fact, this was my first virtual workplace experience. At first I was quite skeptical, however, my colleagues and I believed if we applied good leadership principles, then the virtual wo
We are excited to announce the alpha release of Vitruvi (www.vitruvi.cc). Many thanks to our amazing development team. We have a couple spots left to become a beta partner. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our vision is “Contributing to a connected world”. Although this could look differently to different people, we believe the global deployment of fiber is a foundation for virtual and eventually face to face connection. We imagine a scenario where relief agencies providing medical or rescue services have access to high speed internet to more efficiently aid their cause. Where children in every African village have access to digital libraries. We see a time in the very near future where Inuit
Bryan McIver presented on day 2 of the CommTech East tradeshow in Toronto earlier this month. His presentation was titled: Deploying Local Access Fiber at Scale, and covered the primary problems facing local access fiber deployment teams: managing large volumes of complex data; integration of key IT systems; and connecting stakeholders. He then outlined opportunities to reduce costs, reduce working capital, shorten the deployment cycle and improve quality through four key approaches: cloud
ISE Magazine has accepted a White Paper article written by Bryan McIver to be published in the May edition. Keep your eyes out for this great read. In addition Bryan has been accepted as a seminar speaker at the ISE EXPO 2017. His topic will be on Deploying FTTx at Scale www.vitruvi.cc.
On April 4-5th, Bryan McIver will be speaking as part of a team representing the Fiber Broadband Association. Bryan will be sharing with Network Owners and EPC vendors, how to successfully achieve large scale deployment of local access fiber while minimizing working capital, improving margins and delivering schedule reliability.