Wave expands west with Cascade Networks acquisition

Gigabit fiber and broadband services company Wave has acquired data connectivity services provider Cascade Networks, Inc., the company said.

The transaction is effective immediately and adds Cascade´s more than 350 route miles of fiber to Wave´s fast-growing West Coast network.

Founded in 2000, Cascade Networks delivers a suite of services to enterprise-level clients and other business customers: fiber and wireless high-speed internet, VoIP telephony, and colocation facilities. Additionally, it supports thousands of residential customers with internet, home phone and TV services. The company´s colocation facility is based in Longview, WA.

Wave connects more than 50 data centers on its rapidly growing fiber network in California, Oregon and Washington. The addition of Cascade Networks adds another aggregation point for Wave´s customers, and expands the type and depth of services Cascade´s customers can leverage for their businesses.

Cascade Network customers will continue to be supported by the company´s locally based employees.

Cascade Networks specializes in providing robust data solutions in geographically challenging environments for a client base of enterprise and residential users. Products and services include internet bandwidth via fiber connectivity, VoIP, and TV.

Wave is a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, providing true high-speed internet service and a variety of related products and options for business and residential customers in key areas of Washington, Oregon and California. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington.