The “go-to” telecom infrastructure experts. Industry innovators.
Tenacious perfectionists. Paramount to our success is the foundation of trust and respect we have built with our clients.
We work hard to maintain our reputation. Everyone on our
team of technology experts is committed to creating telecom
networks that our clients can depend on 100%.

We’ve assembled a team of engineers who think creatively, seek out new technologies, plan methodically, and work diligently to develop strategic, customized solutions for each client.  From implementing broadband networks in rural areas to researching and designing state-of-the art, statewide communications infrastructures, our engineers have the know how to get the job done right – the first time.  And whether we take the lead on a project or support one, our team always demonstrates an unparalleled level of professionalism, flexibility, and dedication.

Our innovative spirit comes from the top. Crestino’s President , Herman Baca, is a vanguard who has used his technical expertise to manage large telecommunications networking projects for a wide range of clients while lending his time and insight to industry and community organizations. 

Herman is a Board member of the NM State University Foundation, member of the NMSU Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, established the Herman Baca Endowed Scholarship for Santa Rosa High School, is the Vice Chairman for the San Jose Parish Finance Council and a KNME Sponsor.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES AND AFFILIATIONS:

  • Certified Fiber to the Home Professional (CFHP) – FTTH Certification
  • New Mexico Statewide Pricing Agreement
  • Recovery Act Compliance – BTOP awarded projects
    (Broadband Technology Opportunities Program)
  • Universal Service Fund – E-RATE program for schools and libraries
    (A federally funded program through the FCC)
  • Arizona New Mexico Telecommunications Association – Member
  • Fiber to the Home Council – Member
  • Next Generation Information Assurance and Protection. 
    An emerging technology research project in coordination with Sandia Cyber Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) 
    and Mescalero Apache Telecommunications, Inc. (MATI). 
     
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We’re creating the networks of the future—now.