Brian McFadden and Robert Neal are the two new appointments in question.
Lite Access chief technology officer Mike Plotnikoff said: "We are extremely excited to have these gentlemen join Mr. Robert Cruickshank as advisors to the company.
"The industry knowledge and wealth of experience that they bring is considerable and will prove invaluable in helping us shape the company and grow both nationally and internationally into the future.
"We look forward to working with Rob, Brian and Bob to drive the strategic vision, explore new opportunities, and ultimately maximize the impact Lite Access has on the global fibre-optic sector. We will continue to look to add to our talented team of advisors and board of directors in the future."
McFadden has held a number of senior executive roles in his 35 year career in telecoms. He served as chief research officer and chief technology officer of Nortel Networks.
Elsewhere, Neal spent 20 years at NBTel / Aliant - a telecommunication company known worldwide as a pioneer in IPTV with the implementation of digital TV beginning in 1995.