FiberLight participates in both national and local associations to help us connect, educate and partner with our customers and suppliers more effectively.
Professional Associations FiberLight Belongs To:
The American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) is a forum designed to improve government through the introduction of informational technology as well as serving as a forum for the exchange of industry information and collaboration on public sector technology issues.
FiberLight has been a corporate member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association for several years. The FiberLight attends a number of AFCEA conferences throughout the calendar year.
Georgia's Atlanta Telecom Professionals (ATP) offers networking opportunities and educational programs and hosts an annual event featuring the best in Technology. FiberLight's Chief Financial Officer Kevin B. Coyne has been nominated to the Atlanta Telecom Professional of the Year awards program twice.
COMPTEL is a leading association representing communications service providers and supplier partners. COMPTEL offers trade shows, networking events, educational programs and advocacy activities in Washington, D.C. FiberLight's Chief Financial Officer Kevin B. Coyne serves on the COMPTEL Board of Directors.
7x24 Exchange is designed for anyone involved with 7×24 infrastructures, including professionals in the IT, data center, disaster recovery and network/telecommunication industries and computer technologists.
The Federation of Internet Solution Providers of the Americas (FISPA) was created in 1996 to represent Internet Solution Providers (ISPs). FISPA offers educational seminars around the country to facilitate topical discussions on industry trends. In addition, the organization offers its members discounts on products and services.
Maryland Broadband Cooperative (MBC) drives economic development by serving rural Maryland with broadband services through its membership.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council is the trade association for the technology community in Northern Virginia.
The South Florida Digital Alliance represents a collaboration of enterprise, government, health care, education and non profit organizations in South Florida whose mission it is to transform the digital literacy of the community through the adoption of affordable broadband access.
The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) promotes the growth, success & awareness of the regional technology community. Through events, networking, programs and education, SFTA provides South Florida's technology community with an active forum to grow the business of technology in the region.
The TBTA is a non-profit organization based in St. Petersburg, FL that provides financial support to encourage student interest in the science, technology and engineering fields of study. FiberLight's National Account Manager David Ware is co-chair of the Tampa Network Development Council.
TAG is dedicated to the economic advancement of Georgia’s technology industry and offers networking and educational events throughout the calendar year.
The Tech Council of Maryland (TCM) is Maryland’s largest technology trade association.
Established in 1996, Rich Tech is one of the top technology associations in Virginia and serves more than 3000 people in the technology field.