Some fiber is changing hands up in the Pacific Northwest. Ziply Fiber has agreed to acquire iFIBER Communications as it continues to find places to invest in FTTH opportunities across the region.
iFIBER Communications is based in Ephrata, Washington. It works with municipalities across the state, with partnerships in place with the counties of Chelan, Douglas, Franklin, Grant, Kitsap, Mason, and Pend Oreille. The deal will give Ziply Fiber new abilities to deliver FTTH and additional services within each PUD, or Public Utility District, and will add 18,000 existing iFIBER customers to their rolls.
Ziply has been rapidly expanding its fiber footprint within some 90 towns and cities across the region. The company was born out of the regional assets of Frontier by Wave Division Capital and Searchlight Capital a couple years ago.
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