NTCA Webinar

Extending Your Network Capabilities
with Fixed Wireless Technology

Sponsored by:

Mimosa Networks


October 5, 2017
2:00 p.m. ET


Many regional telecommunications companies don't realize fixed wireless is a viable solution for extending their existing infrastructure to bring fiber-fast broadband into difficult to reach or high-cost service areas. Mimosa's innovative fixed wireless MicroPoP solutions help rural broadband providers extend coverage and service at a competitive price point, while ensuring customers are constantly connected via both wired and wireless networks. Attend this session to learn how with fixed wireless technology can help you extend your existing network's reach, make customers stickier, and drive innovation to your communities.

Preregistration is required for the webcast


About the Presenters

John Colvin is the senior vice president of global field operations, Mimosa, responsible for leading the Mimosa sales, marketing, customer service, and sales operations teams.

David Stiff is the vice president of product management at Mimosa, where he manages market assessments, product and software requirements, prioritization, pricing, and positioning.


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