Lite Access Receives Additional Order for Over $900,000 from Valued Partner Colville Tribes in Washington State, USA

September, 6, 2016 – Vancouver, British Columbia.  LITE ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES INC. (the “Company”) (CSE: LTE, Pink Sheets: LTCCF), a total integrated fibre optic solutions provider, is pleased to announce that it has received an additional purchase order for over CDN $900,000 from its valued partner The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (“Colville Tribes”).  This order consists of the supply of the Company’s proprietary microduct and fiber optic components for a repeat client in Washington State (see press release dated October 13, 2015) and also another proprietary micro-trench fibre build for the Colville Tribes.


Lite Access is working with Colville Tribes and many other communities throughout North America, including Native Americans in the United States and First Nations in Canada, to provide a complete solution for achieving fibre optic connectivity in the most cost effective and future proof fibre optic connectivity solution available.  A world leader in microduct and air blown fibre technologies and deployed using specially designed micro-trench and micro-drill methodologies, Lite Access has successfully changed the way fibre optic connectivity is achieved today.


Mike Plotnikoff, CEO of Lite Access stated, “Working with James Hettrick, Chief Information Officer of Colville Confederated Tribes and his team continues to be both a pleasure and very successful partnership.”  Mr. Plotnikoff added, “Expansion orders are becoming a regular occurrence for Lite Access, which underscores the tremendous value that our partners and customers are realizing from our best-in-class technology and proprietary products as the solution of choice for fibre optic connectivity in their respective communities.


About The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation are the descendants of the First Americans who came before us and lived in harmony with their natural surroundings more than 125 years ago. We are a nation of First Americans, proud to be one of 26 American Indian Tribes located within the State of Washington. The Colville Indian Reservation covers 2,100 square miles of tribal government and tribal member owned lands held in federal trust and thousands of non-trust status acres owned by others. Our reservation homelands are diverse with natural resources such as standing timber, varied terrain, streams, rivers and lakes plus native plants, fish and wildlife.


About Lite Access

Lite Access is a world leader in microduct and fibre optic technologies. Using its specially designed and innovative micro-trench and micro-drill methods of deployment, Lite Access’ proprietary microduct technology extends a network provider’s ability to deliver true broadband connectivity directly to end-users, such as homes, government and educational institutions, and emergency response facilities. Providing a full portfolio of fibre connectivity solutions for many types of Telecom infrastructure, Lite Access has successfully deployed thousands of kilometres of microduct networks throughout North and South America, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean, Australia and Asia.

Lite Access’ products have been deployed in many high profile communication networks including the Whistler 2010 Winter Olympic facilities, builds within the State of New York including Central Park, the Bering Sea for the TV show “the Deadliest catch”, fibre to the home at Stanford University and numerous other locations around the globe that have adopted Lite Access as the “solution of choice” for future proof fibre optic connectivity.

For further information please contact:


Lite Access Technologies Inc.
Phone: 1-604-247-4704

1115 – 1215, 6900 Graybar Rd.

Richmond, BC V6W 0A5
For investor relations please contact:


Rob Gamley

Phone: 1-604-689-7422


Contact Financial Corp.

1450 – 701 West Georgia St.

Vancouver, BC V7Y 1G5


View the full PDF here: LTE NR – Colville – Sept 6, 2016

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