NTCANational Telecommunications Cooperative Association
NTCANational Tiger Conservation Authority (India)
NTCANational Tile Contractors Association
NTCANational Telephone Cooperative Association
NTCANational Token Collectors Association
NTCANational TB Controllers Association
NTCANorth Texas Colorguard Association (Arlington, Texas)
NTCANorthern Territory Cattlemen's Association
NTCANull-Terminated Character Array (programming)
NTCANational Teen Courts of America
NTCANorth Texas Corvair Association
NTCANorthern Tasmania Cricket Association
NTCANational Tribal Chairmen's Association (Native American coalition)
NTCANational Television Cable Association
NTCANot Type Classified for Army Use
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The 2019 conference marks the first time NTCA has focused in earnest on marketing and sales strategies for the rural broadband industry, building on the successful PR & Marketing Conference of the past.
We provide these opportunities through NTCA's annual Cybersecurity Summit, and our Cyber Bundle and Cyber Source publications.
NTCA is a domesticated WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).
A 2013 survey of NTCA members found that 100 percent of respondents offer broadband to their customers, compared with 58 percent of respondents in 2000.
"NTCA member companies are proven broadband solutions providers for the communities where they live and work and these survey results demonstrate that once again as they continue to take steps to deploy fiber further out into their networks," said NTCA Economist Rick Schadelbauer, the report's author.
“Artcraft is an example of how a small business that believes in educating its employees provides quality installations that are technically sound and the most cost-effective,” said Bart Bettiga, NTCA Executive Director.
As concerns regarding cost recovery have increased, Vandevender has encouraged NTCA members to become a little more cautious with their buildouts.
This assessment, however, appears contrary to the findings of the Union ministry of environment and forests, under which the NTCA operates.
NTCA has reiterated to the commission that a robust, diverse marketplace of speed-testing equipment, as well as clear standards on testing procedures, must be established before performance testing can fulfill its role as an accountability mechanism.
There is no issue of greater common importance to the NTCA membership--and to all rural Americans who depend upon broadband--than a sufficient and predictable Universal Service Fund (USF) that enables the deployment and sustainability of rural telecom networks.