Broadband Communities Magazine FTTH Top 100 List: Congrats to the MN connections

Broadband Communities Magazine recently announced their FTTH Top 100, a list that celebrates organizations for their contributions to “Building a Fiber-Connected World.” Congrats to the list members with a Minnesota connection…

  • 3M Company / Communication Markets Division 800-426-8688 Interconnection, connection protection, fiber management and facilities protection products for broadband network
  • Baller Herbst Stokes & Lide PC 202-833-5300 Legal services, public policy advocacy
  • Blandin Foundation
    877-882-2257 Grant making, community leadership development and public policy programs
  • Calix 707-766-3000; 877-766-3500
    Fiber access solutions for residential and business services, network and services management software, value-added software as a service
  • Clearfield 763-476-6866; 800-422-2537
    Fiber distribution systems for inside plant, outside plant and access networks
  • Finley Engineering 417-682-5531 Network design and engineering services
  • Graybar 800-GRAYBAR (472-9227)
    PON electronics, optical transport, fiber cabinets/enclosures, single-mode fiber optic cable, fiber splice closures and pedestals, DC power, outdoor fiber terminals, FTTx drop cable, hardened MSTs
  • Hiawatha Broadband Communications 888-474-9995 Voice, video, data and wireless services over high-speed networks
  • Institute for Local Self Reliance;
    612-276-3456 Broadband policy research and municipal broadband advocacy
  • KGP Logistics 800-755-1950 Products for FTTH, including outside plant, central office, DAS, transmission and customer premises; supply-chain and distribution services
  • MasTec 218-785-3030 FTTx deployment, outside-plant cabling, inside-plant construction and installation, joint trench systems, splicing and testing, systems integration, ongoing maintenance
  • TE Connectivity 610-893-9800 Fiber optic cabling and connectivity products
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