Presentation Will Focus on Driving Recurring Revenue, Enhancing Subscriber Satisfaction
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 11, 2013 — Clear2there LLC, a leading provider of advanced video surveillance, smart-home, smart-business, and smart-farm applications, and M2M solutions for service providers and enterprises, announced that Craig Steen, the company’s chief executive officer and president, will speak in the revenue opportunities track at the Broadband Communities Summit 2013. The conference and exposition is taking place April 16 through 18, 2013 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Dallas. Clear2there will also showcase its broad range of Smart Home, Smart Business, Smart Farm, and Smart Home Healthcare solutions throughout the expo.
Mr. Steen will participate in the session “New Revenue Opportunities: Key to Affording FTTH” on April 16th at 8:00 am. In his remarks, he will discuss the tremendous recurring revenue potential that local service providers can realize through the deployment of smart home, business, farm, and healthcare services using the FTTH infrastructure that is commonly deployed. Using examples from recent implementations of Clear2there’s Viewbiquity Cloud Application Suite (VCAS), Mr. Steen will provide a brief overview of smart-premise technology and deployment architectures. In addition, he will outline a variety of services that operating companies could offer to capture recurring revenue while satisfying customer demand and improving customer stickiness.
“Service providers that have invested in building-out FTTH services are eager to identify new and untapped revenue streams that can accelerate the return on this substantial investment, while also delivering greater value to their customers,” said Steen. “The ready availability of substantial bandwidth to the customer premise opens the door to a wide range of high-value advanced services that can be implemented with limited incremental cost using a hybrid smart-premise service delivery architecture. This hybrid solution model provides an efficient balance of Central Office-based, datacenter-based, and cloud-based resources to ensure ubiquitous connectivity and operational efficiency while maximizing revenue and profit potential.”
Clear2there personnel will be in the exhibit hall throughout the conference to demonstrate a range of smart home, business, farm, and healthcare solutions. Among these are monitoring and control systems using a variety of Internet-connected devices, including wireless tablets and smartphones.
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