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Cable Industry Veteran Joins SQUAN as General Manager of Fiber Splicing and Construction Services


Jeff Eiseman to Oversee Management and Growth of SQUAN’s Nationwide Fiber Splicing and Construction Initiatives

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SQUAN, an industry leader specializing in telecommunications design/build services for network infrastructure, announced today the appointment of Jeff Eiseman as its new general manager of Fiber Splicing and Construction Services. A highly experienced telecommunications professional, Eiseman has a multitude of experiences across many facets of the CATV industry.

Eiseman’s critical executive position at SQUAN includes oversight of and responsibility for growing SQUAN’s fiber splicing and construction business. He will be based out of the Company’s Fishkill, NY location and will oversee SQUAN’s expansion throughout the United States.

Eiseman started his career in the cable/telecommunications industry at Cablevision in 1982. Over 25+ years, he rose quickly through the company’s OSP technical levels, finishing in a senior management position. While there, Eiseman also designed and developed the company’s standing operating procedures and training curriculum that is still in place today.

Following his tenure at Cablevision, Eiseman moved into business development at VisionCorp East (VCE), where he built and sustained a national sales organization, which led to expanding industry contacts across the nation. While at VCE, he was responsible for driving and growing sales for eight telecommunications manufacturers such as Comcast, Charter, Cablevision and Cox.

After VCE, and prior to joining SQUAN, Eiseman built and developed a Fiber Splice and Test department at Adtell Integration, growing the company to be a trusted partner for many MSO’s and telecom and network providers including Charter, Altice, Comcast, Crowne Castle, Zayo, Verizon, Windstream, Frontier and TDS, to name a few.

Eiseman also served as the president of the New York State Chapter of SCTE for seven years and was a speaker at numerous SCTE technical sessions during his tenure. He holds a B.S. in Engineering from North Carolina State University.

“SQUAN is all about building the network and adding an industry expert such as Jeff will greatly benefit our company’s ability to continue to grow our fiber splicing and construction services division under his supervision,” said Duane Albro, CEO of SQUAN. “Jeff’s more than two decades of experience in the telecommunications industry and past leadership role within the SCTE have also provided him with a significant breadth and depth of knowledge that we look forward to leveraging for our clients.”

SQUAN’s goal is to provide clients with professional project execution and the highest quality workmanship, enabling them to provide the same to their clients. Whether SQUAN is upgrading an existing site or equipping a skyscraper, our highly skilled engineers are equipped to handle any obstacle, whether is related to fiber, macro networks, small cell, DAS, 5G, IoT or smart cities.

About SQUAN
SQUAN combines its unique and in-depth knowledge of network engineering and fiber construction to solve complex and evolving telecommunications problems around macro networks, small-cell, DAS, 5G, IoT and smart cities for wireless, wireline and enterprise customers. SQUAN is focused on the evolution of communications networks of all types and how new technologies are changing the landscape of infrastructure. SQUAN provides design/build and advisory services for backhaul, small-cells, C-RAN, fiber, Right-of-Way, technical installs and maintenance. For more information visit: http://www.squan.com, or contact SQUAN’s Head of Strategy, Keith Pennachio at kpennachiosquan.com.
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Phone: 7327581100

Website: http://squan.com