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Mr. Gregory D. Green

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Fatbeam LLC
971 South Clearwater Loop Suite 4000
Post Falls , Idaho 83854
United States

Company Description: Fatbeam is a Competitive Access Provider delivering data transport services to business and enterprise, healthcare, education and government customers in the...   more

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"Those markets usually have an incumbent ..., 17 April 2015 [cached]
"Those markets usually have an incumbent phone and cable company, but they may not have a deep, expansive fiber optic network," said Greg Green, president of Fatbeam. "We see opportunity in that."
Fatbeam enters a market by providing fiber to its schools. Eventually the company reaches out to hospitals, business parks and government offices, Green said.
Fatbeam wants to have Bend's fiber installed by July 1 but has not yet received right-of-way permits from the city. Green expressed frustration with what he calls an "arduous permitting process" that has taken months.
Gregory ..., 13 Feb 2015 [cached]
Gregory Green President Fatbeam
Comptel Plus, 15 Mar 2014 [cached]
Greg Green, Co-Founder and President, Fatbeam Greg Green is the co-founder and president of Fatbeam, where he spearheads campaigns to provide high-speed and high-capacity Internet solutions to education, healthcare, government and enterprise customers in rural communities. Green founded Fatbeam with the purpose of addressing customer needs in areas that have little or no access to fiber optic networks. He is a seasoned senior executive and entrepreneur with more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications sector. He began is career when he launched Tel-West, a telecommunications provider of PBXs and competitive access and a reseller of voice services that was acquired by NEXTLINK, a Craig McCaw-owned organization. Green became president of NEXTLINK Washington and was part of the core team to take NEXTLINK public (now named XO Communications, NASDAQ: XOXO). He then went on to launch OneEighty Communications, a telecommunications provider focusing on markets with populations of less than 500,000, which was later bought by Avista Corporation (NYSE: AVA) and renamed Avista Communications.
Vivo Media Chairman Gregory ..., 7 Jan 2009 [cached]
Vivo Media Chairman Gregory Green says the move will allow the company to continue to strengthen its print magazines and to develop further its Web presence, which will include a major announcement this fall regarding a new online media component.
"Mr. Hutson is one of those rare individuals whose positive personality is infectious, and he possesses the intellect and industry experience to add tremendous value to Vivo," Green says.
The company's chairman and co-founder is Gregory D. Green. Green has been a leader and owner of organizations such as Tel-West, NEXTLINK, Avista Communications and OneEighty Networks. He and his staff also oversee the Greg Green Foundation.
Spokane Journal of Business - The Business Newspaper For The Inland Northwest, 10 May 2003 [cached]
The company now serves 1,000 customers and has 7,700 business telephone lines here, says Greg Green, president of Nextlink Washington.
The company is looking at eventually expanding its network, Green says.He says that Nextlink is evaluating various areas where it could expand its services, such as the medical community on the South Hill or in certain areas in the Spokane Valley.He says that those "pockets" will be evaluated throughout the year, and Nextlink will build its network to serve areas that have the greatest needs.
Green previously was president of Tel-West Communications Inc., a Spokane company that for years had been offering local dial-tone service here by reselling US West's service.Tel-West, however, was bought by Bellevue-based Nextlink in 1995.
Nextlink Washington, which currently employs 40 people here, expects to hire about 10 additional people by the end of 1997, Green says.
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