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CANTON ... Agile Network Builders, a telecommunications services firm that engineers and operates carrier grade networks, has relocated its headquarters from Massillon to downtown Canton. The company now resides in the historic Northmark Building at 213 M...
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"We have a long-standing relationship ...
"We have a long-standing relationship with the Coriant team and consider them one of our most trusted partners," says Kyle Quillen, Chief Technology Officer, Agile Networks.
Kyle Quillen, Founder & CTO, ...
Kyle Quillen, Founder & CTO, Agile Networks: "RADWIN 5000 JET consistently outperforms all other vendor equipment and delivers the fiber-grade service that we guarantee our customers"
Kyle Quillen, Founder and CTO, Agile Networks: "The Agile Network supports mission-critical public safety communications so it is vital that the network is rock-stable and operational in any condition.
"The Agile network supports ...
"The Agile network supports mission-critical public-safety communications so it is vital that the network is rock-stable and operational in any condition," said Kyle Quillen, founder and chief technology officer (CTO), Agile Networks.
Kyle Quillen, CTO, ...
Kyle Quillen, CTO, Agile Networks: "With RADWIN we were able to establish a robust wireless network providing 150 Mbps capacity to cover such a wide area.
"This RFP process is just the ...
"This RFP process is just the first of a long line of partnerships and RFPs that are ultimately going to come out once the prime contractor is awarded," said Kyle Quillen, founder and CTO of Agile Networks, a telecom backhaul provider in Ohio.
"I think what you're going to see [is that]as the prime awardee starts to talk to states about their plans, there are going to be more and more rural areas where you're going to see the majority of partnering happening."
The prime awardee will likely be asking partners for "assets in places that there really isn't a good plan for coverage," Quillen
added, noting in rural areas it's likely FirstNet will "need to leverage infrastructure that would typically be overlooked by some of the commercial carriers in LTE deployments."
suggested vendors interested get in touch with their state's "single point of contact" officials, all of whom are listed on FirstNet's
Whether vendors decide to market themselves on a very targeted basis or try to blanket FirstNet
and its prime awardee with a more "shotgun" approach, Quillen
said, "there are only so many cycles that a given team has, to vet who can help them."