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Tylite's subsidiary Ptera Wireless is developing Tylite's wireless network system, including community NOC/data centers and POP (Point of Presence) locations to provide the connectivity for remote users in your new network. For more information on Ptera, go to www.ptera.net
Another Tylite subsidiary is Priority Terabit Inc., which is a CLEC for providing a range of services from simple telephone to full video/TV/VOD. For more information on Priority Terabit Inc, contact Jim Wilson at 509.927.7837
Showcasing Our Networks

A Tylite Network is a modern network designed to bring cities, counties, school districts and communities optimal services through next generation infrastructure.

Many cities are anxious to implement next generation networks with next generation services. They see the benefits being economic development and sense that this will be a requirement in the near future. Yet, few municipalities know exactly how to implement modern open networks today, with appropriate technical solutions and business models. And many municipalities have numerous questions about starting a massive network project, as it will forever change the way the city and its residents communicate.


Tylite offers the solution. We are implementing a network model serving a small group of consumers (w/ Fiber To The Home) in Spokane / Liberty Lake WA using the Tylite modern network philosophy. The model provides a working system into which certain components can be dropped, tested and evaluated to meet your specific needs.


Our model is an end-to-end solution, allowing municipalities and service providers to test each piece of the overall solution individually and in aggregate.


Answering Your Questions


So you've been thinking about a new network? You have dozens of questions, don't you? Working with Tylite on your network will answer all the questions you have on your new network venture, including:


How to provide services on an open network?


How to make money/ROI on an open network?


How to interface to the network (analog TV v. MPEG encoded)?


Who handles billing, customer support, security, maintenance and management?


What is the best financial model for pricing services?


Where is the equipment best located (service provider or IPSC)?


What are the services that consumers find most attractive?


Are there services not currently envisioned that customers truly latch on to?


What is the interface to the service providers?


How is the service tracked?


What is the best way to provide provisioning for the network?


What ASP functions should be in the IPSC?


How to foster innovation among service providers?


How to allow competitive services to coexist (access, interface, security)?


How to architect and implement?


Construction Cost minimization?


Construction techniques / tidbits / tricks for aerial and underground?


Analog TV Distribution infrastructure and implications on network?


How do homeowners order services?


Where is the equipment best located (demarcation box, switch) for temperature control and the like?


Termination location on outside of home?


Cabling requirements inside home?


Community web site?


Community services?


Role of local government or local power utility?


What services does government offer in conjunction with the network (emergency calls, support, etc.)?


All of these questions and more are contemplated by cities as they discuss their new network. Tylite has the answers. When the model is completed, Tylite can demonstrate these answers in a living laboratory for cities to test their theories and understand what will work best for them. It will also be an opportunity for service providers to demonstrate their capabilities for Tylite customers to see.


The intention of the model is to answer all of your concerns in starting your network, demonstrating how it can impact your city. This will also help you determine what you want most from your new network.

Illuminate your world with Tylite Inc P.O. Box 135, Liberty Lake, WA 99019 info@tylite.com or call 509.927.7837 fax 509.255.1177