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Fiber for Breakfast 2023 Week 25 – Fiber Connect…ing the Dots: Post-Show Recap

Join us for Fiber for Breakfast with Omdia’s Julie Kunstler and Jaimie Lenderman as they sit down with FBA’s Gary Bolton to chat all things Fiber Connect 2022. They will be discussing the hottest topics, key insights, and biggest takeaways from what lived up to be the biggest Fiber Connect yet.

Webinar Guests:

Julie Kunstler is Chief Analyst within Omdia’s Broadband Access Intelligence Service. Julie has several decades of experience in the communications components, equipment, and software industry. She is responsible for market analysis of wireline and wireless broadband access technologies and networks, focusing on developing technologies such as next-gen PON. Prior to joining Omdia, Julie served as VP Business Development for Teknovus, focusing on FTTX deployments in Asia-Pacific, OEM agreements with major equipment vendors, corporate strategy, analyst relationships, business planning, and fund raising. Before Teknovus, Julie served as co-founder and general partner for Portview Communications Partners, a VC fund focusing on investments in early-stage communications technology companies.

Jaimie Lenderman is a Principal Analyst and Research Manager at Omdia covering the Broadband Access Intelligence Service. Jaimie provides insight to key audiences and ecosystem players. Reports include quarterly market share trackers, forecasts, next-gen technology analysis and business strategy, and specialized consulting projects. Jaimie’s research areas include fiber, copper, cable, and fixed wireless access technologies. She has worked in the telecoms industry for over seven years. Prior to joining Ovum, now Omdia, in 2017 Jaimie was a broadband infrastructure and customer premise equipment analyst at IHS Markit. She previously held roles in the public policy and construction sectors. Jaimie’s research findings and thought leadership have been published in key filings for prominent regulatory bodies, including the FCC and the EU. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Montana State University.