Mammoth Surfs Wave Into the Pacific Northwest

October 14th, 2013 by · Leave a Comment

Wyoming-based Mammoth Networks is stretching its reach into the Pacific Northwest. They've established an NNI with Wave Broadband up in Seattle, giving them more options in Washington, Oregon and California while also helping Wave reach out beyond its own footprint.

Wave Broadband has been adding some fiber muscle to its network via inorganic means over the past year or two. Last year they bought Black Rock Cable, giving them a dense fiber network in the counties north of Seattle. And just this past summer they bought Spectrum Networks.

privateline_coverageMammoth already has two clients lined up to take advantage of the new NNI, including regional supermarket chain that is taking advantage of Mammoth's single provider solution marrying the network reach of CenturyLink and Wave. And Wave has turned up a client in Vancouver over a circuit provided by Mammoth.

 

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