Bobby McClung is a 24-year veteran of the Telecommunications Industry with a proven record of building successful and scalable teams for significant long-term projects. As founder of Momentum Online Bobby established himself as a pioneer in the wireless industry by delivering fixed wireless broadband communications technologies to rural and underserved markets in the 1990’s.
Bobby is a subject matter expert and a sitting member of the ETA 5G Standards committee to develop 5G installation certification standards for the Telecom Industry. Click here to learn more.
In 2004 McClung also founded Broadband Horizons. Broadband Horizons was the first provider of Broadband Over Power Line (BPL) technologies west of the Mississippi River. The company was among the first in the nation to deploy and test multiple BPL networks in community markets, leading McClung to become regarded as a driving force in Broadband Over Power Line technologies. In 2005, McClung and his team assisted Texas Senator Troy Frasier in drafting Texas Senate Bill SB5, the benchmark legislation defining the municipal deployment of BPL technologies. The bill was the first BPL specific legislation in the U.S., and it was used as a template for BPL legislation nationwide.
McClung has held an ec3cutive position in ERF Wireless Bundled Services (ERFW), as well as Director of Operations for KeyOn Communications (KEYO.OB) a wireless broadband company serving 20,000 subscribers over 14 states. McClung was in charge of oversight of all field operations Company-wide.
Since taking the helm of AWS Communications as CEO, under McClung’s leadership the Company has averaged an annual growth rate of over 50%. AWS has secured major communications integration contracts T-Mobile, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Black & Veatch, Mastec, as well as multiple State and Federal agencies and Military installations.
Bobby McClung has served as Mayor of Blanco Texas and served the City Council for the City of Blanco, Texas for 12 years.
In 1985 Bobby Mack was appointed 4 Star Admiral in the Texas Navy by Governor Mark White.