Not All Transit is Created Equal - Hosted by Summit Broadband

  • Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Two39 Work Space, 24301 Walden Center Dr., 3rd Floor, Bonita Springs

Not All Transit is Created Equal

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A deep dive on the difference between cable, GPON and dedicated fiber service, with an opinion discussion on upcoming technologies such as 5G! Q&A to follow

Distinguished Speakers:

     Florencio Bulanhagui      &      Bill Lean


Florencio Bulanhagui, Vice President of Engineering

Mr. Bulanhagui serves as Vice President of Engineering for Summit Broadband. His responsibilities include managing the complete life cycle of all engineering functions at Summit Broadband including OSP, ISP, Fiber, Construction, Headend and the Network Operations Center.

Mr. Bulanhagui is well known in the industry as an early adopter of FTTH technologies and has deployed both 1G GPON and 10G XGS PON technologies to the residential and commercial markets.

Prior to his service at Summit Broadband in 2011, Mr. Bulanhagui was the Director of IT and RF Plant Chief Engineer for Resortvision in Orlando, Florida. Mr. Bulanhagui served in the US Navy as a Trident II Missile Technician/Nuclear Weapon Security Assistant on the USS Maine.

Mr. Bulanhagui graduated with a diploma in Marine Systems Engineering from the U.S. Navy Trident Training Facility and has completed the prestigious Executive Leadership program at Cornell University

Bill Lean, Solutions Architect

Bill is responsible for supporting Summit Broadband’s Commercial sales teams with technical design and positioning of Summit service solutions for new customer acquisition.

Prior to joining the company in 2011, he held positions with regional internet service providers and CLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carriers) that included sales management, project management, product management and OSP management.

Mr. Lean holds a Bachelor of Art’s degree from Curry College.

Event Details:

Thursday, April 11, 5:30-7:30 PM

24301 Walden Center Dr., 3rd Floor, Bonita Springs

Light food and beverages provided

Please RSVP for this Free Event

The Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership Foundation is a member of the Lee County Horizon Council, and is the only organization solely dedicated to promoting the growth of the technology sector in Southwest Florida.

Event Contact: Tina LaFreniere,

Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Contact: Linda Lyding,

Contact us:
Southwest Florida Regional Technology Partnership Foundation Inc.
24301 Walden Center Ave Suite 300, Bonita Springs, FL 34134
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