Valued Customers, The world is struggling to understand the ever-changing effects that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on our lives. We have been and will continue to monitor the situation and will update our customers as events dictate. At this time we are focused on the safety of our employees and our customers. We will continue to provide services to our customers to the best of our abilities. We will continue to operate our business as usual to the extent that the situation permits. We are all hoping that this event is over as quickly as possible and we can all return to our typical daily routines. We hope that everyone remains safe during this time. Chris LaBonge, President Adtell Group of Companies
Adtell is attending the Broadband Communities Summit today in Austin, Texas. Speakers from all over share their unique perspective on industry topics. Here we're sitting in on MDU discussion, "A Conversation with the Bit Carriers on Where They're Going". Adtell's experience in field services, GIS asset management, and Smart Cities Infrastructure has allowed us on several occasions to act a consultant for public-private partnerships. This year's tagline for the Broadband Communities Summit is "Fiber: Putting Your Gigs to Work." Let Adtell be your partner in putting your Gigs to work. We've been involved in every part of the process: from designing, engineering, procurement - all the way up to a fully documented network database. No other company is as agile or can offer the full suite of customizable products and services that Adtell offers. Engineer, Furnish & Install (EF&I) GIS Asset Management Smart Cities Infrastructure Training & Certification
Breinigsville, PA (October 27, 2017) — This week, members of Adtell’s Sr. Leadership (President Chris LaBonge and VP of Business Development & Smart Cities Infrastructure Brian Proffit) provided an educational forum for the PA Municipal Electric Association's Tech Group on small cell/DAS, the emerging fiber market & the impact of densification, and the evolution of the wireless industry. Discussions included the development of a state-wide cohesive municipal utility broadband strategy and resource tool kit. Additional information to be provided with follow-up discussions. Stay tuned for updates in the next coming weeks.
Brian Proffit - VP of Business Development and Smart Cities Infrastructure While some visionary industry leaders have been pioneers in beginning to build this infrastructure, others have left an unfortunate trail of scorched earth and damaged relationships, leading to the present divide between cities and carriers. Basic engineering will tell us that the carrying power of a bridge is not the average strength of the pillars, but the strength of the weakest pillar. Never have the needs of telecommunications infrastructure companies and the cities where they operate been more closely aligned. And yet there are still many bridges to build and barriers to remove before mutually beneficial solutions can be achieved. Authority: Help the process evolve. Assume the role of educators and innovators. Aesthetics: Concealment costs, but the cost of uncontrolled expansion is blight. Compromise has to be a bigger factor than profit. Process & Timing: Be mindful of the evolving nature of siting and permitting, create realistic expectations Costs: Look for synergies, partner, leverage scale Fiber & WIFI presents opportunities for P3’s & common element for Smart City Infrastructure Trust, communication and citizenship are paramount for telecommunications ecosystem to flourish
Adtell Integration Hires Telecom Expert Brian Proffit to Further Drive the Company’s Commitment to Agile ‘Smart City’ Network Infrastructure
ALLENTOWN, Pa., May 16, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Adtell Integration announces today it has hired industry veteran Brian Proffit as its Vice President of Business Development & Smart Cities Infrastructure. This new position illustrates the company’s continued commitment to expanding its nationwide Professional Services Division, most notably its support of agile ‘smart cities’. In order to increase more available capacity, wireless network densification has triggered a series of evolutions in the bandwidth infrastructure market, each generating its own explosion of fiber-related expansion. The networks that will become the nation’s 5G backbone require a degree of agility that is not yet prevalent in the construction, design and engineering practices of network operators and their respective engineering and complex project management firms. Adtell’s extended Professional Services will address this need, with agile network training and fiber strategy planning, management and deployment services. “Working side-by-side with our clients over the years, we have been able to help our network operators adapt to the evolving needs of today’s modern communications infrastructure,” says Adtell President Chris LaBonge. “Adtell addresses the demand for agile training and certification of field technicians through our Fiber School. Additionally, we have seen a 27% increase in our professional support services in the past three years alone, including an increase in fiber testing, fiber characterization and on-site support. With the addition of Brian and our continued focus on ‘smart city’ infrastructure, we are further defining the needs for next-generation fiber-fed networks, including planning, deployment and management.” “It’s an honor to join Adtell and its management team, particularly at such an exciting time,” continues Brian Proffit. “Adtell is well-positioned to capitalize on these explosive IoT and Smart City trends, considering the company’s years of expertise in fiber [...]
In keeping with the vertical business model, Adtell has launched a fresh website to help explain everything that the company brings to the table. On the site, each vertical is explored and defined, giving customers, employees and potential investors an opportunity to fully understand how Adtell is organized. Uniquely positioned as a company that encompasses every possible facet of the fiber optic industry, Adtell seeks to provide customers a "one-stop-shopping" experience for everything from the distribution of OEM test equipment and supplies to training and certification, field testing and characterization services and much, much more. More than just a player in the fiber optic industry, Adtell has indeed helped shape the way fiber optic professional work for more than fifteen years. In an industry that changes almost daily, Adtell has always met the never-ending challenge, and is poised to remain an industry leader in the years ahead. When you combine great tools with great people, things happen.