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Cable Technology Feature Article

August 26, 2010

ClearAccess Makes it to #1 Position on Inc. 500 List

By Vinti Vaid, TMCnet Contributor

ClearAccess, a provider of managed broadband solutions, has earned the #1 position on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private companies in telecommunications.

The list also places ClearAccess on 66th position across all industries.

The 2010 edition of the annual rankings marks the first national award for the company that has achieved dramatic growth in market share and revenue.

ClearAccess, in addition to the high ranking position on the list has also been marked as an organization with a committed drive towards providing its customers with a better experience in the connected home through its ClearVision platform. ClearAccess is aware that service providers today require help desk tools and broadband subscriber analytics capabilities, in addition to new revenue-generating services such as whole-home parental controls, managed WiFi (News - Alert) and Firewall, home network remote access, and home bandwidth optimization.

Ken Hood, SVP of Marketing, and Business Development of ClearAccess explained that they were happy with the national recognition from a respected publication and that the #1 ranking in telecommunications validated the multi benefits of their ClearVision platform.

He added that the company was focused in its vision to enable a new consumer experience in home networking, and to empower broadband providers to successfully deliver that experience.

ClearAccess recently announced a partnership with Broadcom (News - Alert) that will enable its solution for the Cable MSO market, in addition to the existing footprint it has in the DSL and Fibre space. Partnerships with major consumer electronics manufacturers, has placed ClearAccess in a position to provide a simpler, yet more exciting connected home experience over any broadband network.

Vinti Vaid is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Vinti's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Marisa Torrieri