Nashville-based Education Networks of America (ENA) has announced the completion of its merger with TeleQuality Communications (TeleQuality) of San Antonio, Texas, the company said.
Under the merger, the combined company will maintain its offices in both cities while providing key communications services with high-quality broadband Internet connectivity to community anchor institutions (CAIs) such as schools, libraries, and rural healthcare systems that provide community services especially to vulnerable populations. TeleQuality will operate as a stand-alone subsidiary of ENA. The merged companies will have more than 250 employees.
Backed by private equity firm, ZMC, ENA is a national market provider of providing transformative connectivity, communication, cloud, and security services to education institutions and libraries that enable student achievement, operational efficiencies, and future capabilities, serving over 5,000 locations. TeleQuality provides similar connectivity and communication services to rural healthcare networks and organizations, serving more than 1,000 locations nationally.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Education Networks of AmericaÂ® (ENA) delivers transformative technology solutions supported by exceptional customer care to education and library communities across the nation. Since 1996, we have worked with our customers to design and engineer high-capacity and future-ready broadband, Wi-Fi/LAN, communication, cloud, and security solutions. For more information, visit www.ena.com.
TeleQuality Communications is a provider of quality telecommunications and network connectivity products and services to rural healthcare facilities. Since 1999, TQCI and its division, Rural Health Telecomâ , have been designing and supplying organizations with cost-effective, custom network solutions to connect multiple business locations to each other, business partners, and the Internet.