Broadband company Wave has been buying smaller companies to expand its fiber network up and down the West Coast.
The latest target in Wave Broadband’s continuing acquisition spree is Seattle-based Cascadelink, a company that brings internet service to condo and apartment buildings.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Cascadelink is the 22nd acquisition for the Kirkland broadband company, which earlier this year scooped up similarly named Cascade Networks.
Wave has been buying smaller companies to expand its fiber network up and down the West Coast.
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The company has also grown rapidly by itself — it builds more than 100 miles of fiber broadband infrastructure each month. Wave offers high-speed internet service, including gigabit service, to businesses and residential homes from Washington to California.
Cascadelink launched in 2002 and provides gigabit internet service to more than 100 residential and office buildings around Seattle. Its 12 employees have joined Wave, which now has more than 1,400 employees.