Aaron Weimer serves as VP Engineering Headend & XOC Operations for Comcast’s Central Division. In this role, he manages Engineering and Operations teams that maintain the regional area networks across the division, serving more than 22 million combined video, data and phone customers.
Under Aaron’s leadership, a team of more than 800 leaders, engineers and techs manage all network capacity augments, inside and outside plant maintenance and all monitoring and break fix of these networks. They focus on maintaining sustainable results and network performance to enable the business to grow. Ensuring the delivery of Comcast services with flawless execution is the goal!
Aaron’s career in the communications industry spans more than 20 years. He started his career in 1998 as an Installer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and advanced through the ranks, holding various positions in Engineering, Construction and Technical Operations.
Rural communities need access to high-speed Internet. Remote learning and work from home (WFH) are still playing a large part in our lives, and are expected to continue indefinitely for many. Lindsay's rural broadband solutions can help with your Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF), or Universal Broadband Fund (UBF) requirements.
Lindsay's XTENDR™ HFC repeater is designed for easy extensions of existing HFC networks. The XTENDR provides a suitable migration path and cost-effective connection of customers in rural areas using fiber optics without overbuilding the coaxial footprint of the HFC plant.
The OBI-free XTENDR includes a forward optical transmitter with an optional optical amplifier providing high output power to convert downstream RF signals to optical, and reverse optical receivers to convert upstream optical signals to RF. Customers that previously could not be reached with the traditional HFC network can now be served by using the HFC repeater in combination with Lindsay's LBON series of mini RFoG nodes (ONUs) at the customer premise.