Aesop probably didn’t know an F-Connector from a fable, but I can tell you this: when he said you’re known by the company you keep, he could have been talking about our team at OpenVault.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been this close with many of the most influential names in cable: A Kyrio announcement that OpenVault is the first member of their PMA partner program. A news release that we’re an NCTC Preferred Partner. An ACA Connects Partnership Award. Oh, and we’re gearing up to deliver OpenVault’s first-ever Fall Technical Forum presentation at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in September.

And those are only the ones we can talk about.

Behind the scenes, our tech credentials are winning fans across a growing roster of customers:

      • Building on the research and development chops of our VelociData acquisition last fall, we’ve built trial or deployment relationships with Tier 1 broadband providers in the United States and Latin America. 
      • Our Capacity Booster product – the industry’s first commercialization of PMA – is turning heads for its ability to help operators increase broadband capacity by up to 40%.
      • Our stronger-than-ever NCTC and ACA Connects partnerships are helping us communicate how OpenVault’s broadband management solutions portfolio is helping the industry improve network performance, consumer experiences, and monetization.

What’s best of all about all of this buzz is that it’s directly aligned with our core mission. While we’ve built brand awareness around our ability to parse industry trends and needs via our OpenVault Broadband Insights (OVBI) report, the nuts and bolts of our products and solutions are where we deliver the greatest value. Our products are especially relevant as the industry faces increased consumer demand, constricted supply chains, and higher prices for labor and materials.

Over the next month and a half you’ll hear more from us about how we’re arming the industry for the challenges ahead. Zach Cutrell, NCTC’s director of technology innovation, and I will discuss usage trends during an NCTC members webinar on Thursday, August 18 at 3 p.m. ET. And John Mansor, our vice president of engineering, will present “Using AI for Network Fingerprinting to Detect Traffic Flow Issues and Optimize Performance” a month later at Cable-Tec Expo in Philadelphia.

In the meantime, our team is happy to answer questions about how our products can be tailored to meet your network’s particular needs. Reach out to us at to get a conversation started.