Clearfield and Horizon Set the Standard in Adapting to Changing Technologies in the Telecommunication Sector

January 24, 2024
MarketScale

 

In the rapidly evolving world of telecommunications, companies like Horizon and Clearfield are at the forefront of adapting to changing technologies and customer needs. Since 1895, Horizen has been a constant presence in Chilacothi, evolving from a home telephone service to providing internet and cable television.

So how do telecommunication giants like Horizen, carrying the weight of their past, gracefully leap into the future while ensuring seamless service for their existing family of customers?

Misty Tuttle, General Manager of Business Operations, at Horizen and Breese Roller, Regional Sales Manager at Clearfield along with Kevin Kress, Applications Engineer at Clearfield, and Lee Rutherford, Manager of FTTP Design and Architecture at Horizon provide their insights into this balancing act.

“One thing has remained the same for over a hundred and twenty-five years, our commitment stands strong to our customers and to the communities that we serve,” Tuttle said. “

We have been a customer of Clearfield for many years. We consistently come back to Clearfield for a very specific reason. We have a close relationship with them. They’re responsive to our needs. They answer our calls, and they provide solutions that we need quickly to give our customers the best experience we can. I think that any potential customer looking for a true partner in deploying next-level technology in towns all across this country. I think Clearfield is a clear choice.” she said. 

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