Our Broadband Solutions initiative helps members lower broadband access costs, improve capacity, redundancy and quality along with other key elements associated with broadband services. We also develop strategic partnerships with value-added service providers to give our members access to best-in-class consumer products such as premium Wi-Fi.
Operators, carriers and service providers benefit from scale economics with NCTC’s large member base.
Our members-only agreements with selected carrier partners provide significant savings on IP transit costs for operators of any size and location.
Cogent is a multinational Tier 1 Internet Service Provider consistently ranked as one of the top five networks in the world. Cogent's primary service offering consists of Internet access and data transport, offered over their award-winning fiber optic, IP data-only network, along with colocation in any of their 53 Internet data centers.
Zayo owns and operates a 133k mile network in North America and Europe. This all-fiber backbone – 13 million miles of it – includes connectivity to thousands of data centers, enterprise locations, carrier exchange points, wireless towers, media centers, entertainment venues, financial exchanges and cloud providers.
NCTC creates partnerships with best-in-class providers to enable our members to offer a competitive premium Wi-Fi experience to their subscribers.
Plume enables ISPs to provide their customers with unparalleled Wi-Fi performance, personalization and security through a bundle of high-value smart home services. Plume’s intelligent support tools deliver unprecedented network insight and management capabilities to massively reduce OPEX, boost NPS, and cut churn.
Broadband is now the primary business driver for many of our members, so with that came the focus for the NCTC to provide its members with key programs designed to help members lower costs and improve capacity.
We're setting the stage for the broadband-related services NCTC will look to provide in the near future.
Consumers’ Insatiable Appetites Driving Bandwidth Demands
Double the current VoD traffic by 2022
72% higher internet traffic generated by cord-cutting households.
13.4 devices per person by 2022.
Internet of Things
22 billion global IoT connections by 2025.
Broadband Transport - NCTC understands that broadband transport is a key component in overall cost of any member's broadband solution. Following the Access Program launch, NCTC will start to drive transport initiatives with members and carriers.
Broadband peering and caching solutions - Key components of the program that will be launched following the Access Program include NCTC-led efforts for enhanced peering and caching solutions.