Parallel Wireless Joins Competitive Carriers Association Board of Directors

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Parallel Wireless, Inc., a U.S.-based OpenRAN company delivering software-defined end-to-end ALL G Open RAN solutions, has announced that Steve Libbey, VP, Sales, has been appointed to Competitive Carriers Association’s (CCA) Board of Directors.

Parallel Wireless enables a shift to open, software-based, and cloud native OpenRAN network architectures to deliver scalable and interoperable wireless networks.

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These are cost-effective to deploy, maintain and can deliver the coverage and capacity to the end users and businesses across the country. The Parallel Wireless OpenRAN has shown a very strong performance, quality of service and cost benefits on six continents.

CCA’s mission is to use advocacy, leadership, education, and networking opportunities to help competitive carriers grow and thrive in the wireless industry. Some of CCA’s top policy issues include:

access to spectrum,
access to devices,
access to networks,
streamlining infrastructure deployment,
universal service fund (USF) reform,
Next-Generation 911 (NG911) solutions

Steven K. Berry, President & CEO of CCA said, “CCA is pleased to have Parallel Wireless join the Board of Directors. Steve Libbey has been an active member of CCA for several years, and we welcome Parallel’s continued support and dedication to the association. CCA’s associate members are an important part of the competitive carrier ecosystem, and I look forward to our continued work together to help ensure competitive carriers can compete and thrive in the industry for years to come.”

Steve Libbey, VP of Sales, Parallel Wireless said, “We are excited to join the board and are looking forward to continuing to support CCA and their members to help them achieve their business goals and adapt to policy and regulations changes.”

CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. Members range from small, rural carriers serving fewer than 5,000 customers to regional and nationwide providers serving millions of customers, as well as vendors and suppliers that provide products and services throughout the wireless communications ecosystem.


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