The Associated Communications Companies of America
THE ACCA COLLECTIVE IMPACT
$25B+ Annual US Revenue
50K+ US Business Customers
100TB+ in US Network Capacity
5PB+ of In-Use Storage
Total Solutions for Enterprise Clients and Carriers
Local, Long Distance and Data Services
Managed Network Services, Security and Cyber Threat Mitigation
Worldwide fiber Optic Networks
IP Transport Solutions
Data Center and Colocation
Hybrid IT and Cloud Solutions
Software Defined Wan Management
The ACCA membership companies are leaders in the telecommunication space, providing diverse solutions and guidance to customers to create the right ecosystem of adaptive communication platforms. By leveraging the connectivity from network to network, and bringing new and innovative products to market, ACCA members are at the forefront of delivering cutting edge solutions in the industry. Our companies own and operate some of the largest communication networks in the world, delivering the highest level of IP connectivity based on fiber optic infrastructure delivering both public and private solutions. Connecting the digital world includes hybrid IT and cloud based products, managed network solutions for SD Wan, data center and colocation, voice over IP and unified communication platforms.
What we do
The ACCA was formed in 1993 to establish a group of US Communication companies that come together regularly to collaborate, innovate, and communicate on key industry topics. From supporting the correct legislature to opening to services in new markets, the ACCA is a central hub where our businesses can deliver better services to more consumers and businesses while maintaining an open exchange of information platform.
Why it's so important to collaborate?
In today’s complex global marketplace, your company needs every advantage it can get. So you want to access new markets, reduce costs, increase efficiency and be more competitive. As a consumer, you want faster access to new technologies that can offer you the services you need to make your life more efficient, comfortable and enjoyable.
By forming the ACCA and collaborating we've been able to streamline processes, trim costs, earn and maintain market access, and support favorable legislation. Voluntary standards and conformity assessment activities benefit public health, safety, and the environment. You, the consumer, benefit from the development and design of new and improved requirements for the safety and quality of the products you buy and the services you rely upon each day.
ACCA and Connected2Fiber Sign Master Agreement To Enable Location Insight For All Member Organizations
BOSTON, October 26, 2018 – Connected2Fiber, a SaaS-based location intelligence platform, has announced that it has signed a master license agreement with The Associated Communications Companies of America, or the ACCA. The license will cover the entire range of applications and services that Connected2Fiber can provide and these offerings will be available to all ACCA member organizations.
The ACCA was formed in 1993 to establish a group of US Communication companies that come together regularly to collaborate, innovate, and communicate on key industry topics. Its member organizations include companies such as CenturyLink, Consolidated Communications, and Access Point. Collectively, the current members of ACCA possess in excess of $25 billion in annual revenues, categorizing it as one of the largest telecommunications associations in the United States.
“We’re excited to open up Connected2Fiber’s capabilities to our member organizations because we believe in the power of their data, applications, and services to help the connectivity industry solve critical problems, especially around their go-to-market operations” says Mike Newkirk of Access Point and President of the ACCA.
“To be able to help organizations like the ACCA continue to embrace the power of location-based insight is why we exist. We firmly believe that now and especially into the future, with the advent of trends like 5G and the movement of content as well as processing to the edge, location intelligence will lead to data-driven decision making and company growth.”