Podcast: Ubiquity targets communities with unmet broadband needs

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Chris Curtin, VP of smart buildings and communities, joins Sean Buckley on the Broadband Communities Ripple podcast to discuss how Ubiquity meets the demand for broadband in underserved communities using an economic model that provides stability for both the property owner and growth for its clients.


Key moments in the podcast:

  • Ubiquity’s focus on investing in targeted communication infrastructure assets (:30)
  • Ubiquity’s approach to in-building fiber design (2:30)
  • The role of open-access networks (4:45)
  • How Ubiquity chooses what markets and properties to target (7:25)
  • Targeting Brownfield MDUs with fiber-based broadband services (9:49)
  • Electric Vehicle Charging opportunities (12:35)
  • How Ubiquity built its Central and North Texas networks (13:13)
  • M&A plans (15:05)
  • Thoughts on M&A and private equity’s role in the fiber broadband market (16:30)
  • Ubiquity’s fiber-to-the-unit networks approach for building owners and REITs (17:55)
  • Final thoughts (20:05)
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