Washington, D.C. (July 12, 2018) — The Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) is pleased to welcome Fatbeam as a new member. Fatbeam, which is based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, offers a variety of fiber solutions to rural and mid-sized communities throughout the Western United States.
“Fatbeam’s expertise is as widespread as the bandwidth they offer,” said Lisa Youngers, Executive Director of the Fiber Broadband Association. “ Fatbeam delivers fast, reliable internet service to its customers, and with a passion for fiber broadband that mirrors our own here at the Fiber Broadband Association. We are thrilled to have Fatbeam as a member.”
"We are delighted to join the Fiber Broadband Association,” said Gregory Green, Co-founder and CEO of Fatbeam. “We eat, sleep, and breathe fiber, and joining this association was a natural next step. We offer the best in connectivity to our clients every day; by working with our fellow members to advance this incredible technology, we know that we will also be able to offer that excellence far into the future.”
About the Fiber Broadband Association
The Fiber Broadband Association is the largest and only trade association in the Americas dedicated to the pursuit of all fiber optic network infrastructure to the home, to the business and to everywhere. The Fiber Broadband Association helps providers make informed decisions about how, where, and why to build better broadband networks with fiber optics while counting on its members to lead the organization forward, collaborate with industry allies and propel fiber optic deployment forward. Since 2001, these companies, organizations and people have worked with our communities and consumers in mind to build a better broadband future here and around the world. Learn more at fiberbroadband.org.
Fatbeam is the industry leader in the western U.S. in delivering fiber infrastructure for best-in-class connectivity to schools, businesses, healthcare and governments in rural and mid-sized communities. The company operates networks in over 35 markets spanning Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon and Wyoming, and is expanding into Arizona and Nevada. For more information, visit: www.fatbeam.com.