Vermont Telephone Company Starts Deploying Clearfield Platform

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Clearfield announced that Broadband Stimulus awardee Vermont Telephone Company (VTel) has started deploying its FieldSmart fiber management platform to VTel’s more than 15,000 customers throughout its service area in southern Vermont. VTel was awarded federal American Reinvestment and Recovery Act funding for its Wireless Open World (WOW) network to extend fiber to every home and business in the VTel service area and roll out 4G/LTE high speed, wireless broadband services throughout Vermont.

Cheri Beranek (President and CEO, Clearfield): Each broadband service provider has a unique requirement due to the topology of their networks, the demands of their subscriber community and the overall competitive landscape in which they operate.

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