Vyve Broadband, pioneers in bringing game-changing internet technology to traditionally underserved communities, announces that its CEO, Phil Spencer, and EVP and CFO, Andrew Kober, have been named to the Cablefax 100 top power players within the cable telecom industry. Phil and Andy have been instrumental in implementing a business strategy that ensures Vyve’s long-term viability and customer and employee satisfaction while remaining highly focused on the company’s mission to bridge the digital divide. The Cablefax Top 100 Power Players recognizes the duo’s vision and commitment to bringing meaningful opportunities across its service footprint.
“Access to affordable internet service levels the playing field for so many across our great country,” maintains Spencer. “Our commitment to providing that access to those who have been traditionally underserved, is a big part of our mission and passion. If knowledge is power, then I’d like to think that Vyve is giving power to communities through access to knowledge and opportunity. So, I share this top power player recognition with all of those we serve. Thank you for the honor of serving you.”
Vyve Broadband serves largely non-urban communities in sixteen states, including Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. The company offers a comprehensive suite of access, fiber connectivity, cable television and voice services for commercial and residential customers, including support for next generation technologies such as AR/VR, IoT, SD-WAN and Cloud.
“Vyve values hard work, inclusion, and kindness,” continues Kober. “Our employees are the bedrock upon which our mission rests. They are how we got here, and they are driving where we go – and we’re going to a lot of new places. So, we share this honor with our product engineers, installers, support staff and everyone who has had a hand in our shared successes. Collectively we are continuing our mission to provide essential high-speed internet services to traditionally underserved communities, regardless of location or socioeconomics.”