MSP Today Expert Feature
June 30, 2015

BluePath Sees Clear Path to Fiber Success in NYC


If you’ve never heard about BluePath Telecommunications Engineering, you will shortly. The company has been offering a full range of engineering and design services for the telecommunications industry for the last decade, and BluePath's engineering team provides turnkey solutions for fiber optic network installations, wireless broadband, computer cabling and surveillance and security. Now they’re making their presence felt in New York City

All that was evident at the recent Telecom Exchange New York 2015 conference, where TMCnet caught up with BluePath Managing Partner Stephen Ianneillo.

He was interviewed by TMC Group Editorial Director Erik Linask (News - Alert), and shared his insights on the dark fiber market and the role BluePath is playing in that.

Ianneillo remarked that his company is a “telecommunications-based engineering firm, offering some construction management.” He added that the company also provides “design engineering, guidance for engineering needs, and is involved with some of the new players in the market.”

He was asked whether there are some things new dark fiber providers are doing differently from the incumbents, and had some insights on that as well.

Ianneillo expanded a bit on some of the new technologies being utilized, including, “getting into the larger count fiber cables as they’re installing them, and using a higher-quality newer fiber cable.” In all, his company is seizing the opportunities it sees to help it grow and thrive.

When asked if he ever had occasion to work with multiple players simultaneously, Ianneillo acknowledged that “sometimes it turns out to be beneficial, as we have the same set of plans we used for the first client.”

Looking ahead, Ianneillo said he hoped that “as we grow with broadband, hopefully the solutions we’re coming up with can be more economically feasible.”

BluePath has the expertise, experience and resources to assist in the cost-effective design, build, maintenance and operation of all systems. It would appear to be on the right path to achieve its ambitious goals. 




Edited by Dominick Sorrentino




Comments powered by Disqus