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High Speed Internet Now Available in East Lewis County

The Chronicle 2/10/2017 East Lewis County residents and businesses finally have an option to purchase high-speed internet following an announcement this week by Wave Broadband that the service is available.  Wave Broadband announced it had completed a series of upgrades to the Packwood-area infrastructure that serves Morton, Packwood, Napavine and...
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Wave Acquires Cascade Networks

Kirkland, WA and Longview, WA – 1/20/2017 – Wave announced that it has acquired Cascade Networks, Inc., a provider of data connectivity services to both commercial and residential customers in the greater Longview, WA and Clatskanie, OR areas. The transaction is effective immediately and adds Cascade’s more than 350 route...
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Knights Landing Residents to Receive High-Speed Broadband for First Time

Woodland, CA – 10/19/2016 – Yolo County and Wave Broadband today announced Wave’s commitment to provide high speed internet access via fiber to the home in the town of Knights Landing by mid-2017. This rural community of 995 citizens currently has little to no high speed internet service outside of...
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Expanding fiber on the coast

Newport News-Times 10/26/2016 by Steve Card In early September, Wave finalized the acquisition of CoastCom, a fiber optic broadband company based in Newport. Officials say this change is good for both companies, and what’s more, it will serve to provide even better, more reliable Internet connectivity along the Oregon coast....
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Two Acquisitions Strengthen Commercial Services

Kirkland, WA – 9/14/2016 – Wave (www.wavebroadband.com), a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, announced today two acquisitions of two fiber-optic broadband companies: CoastCom (www.coastcom.net), a Newport, OR-based company providing high-speed internet, data, and voice services for businesses on the Oregon Coast and in Central Oregon; and Vancouver, WA-based SawNet...
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Wave confirms future HQ move to Kirkland Urban

Seattle Times 7/14/2016 by Rachel Lerman Broadband provider Wave confirmed Thursday that it is moving into Kirkland Urban, a big commercial development that will replace Kirkland’s Parkplace complex. Wave has been a rumored tenant of the building since early this year when plans for Kirkland’s largest ever commercial development was...
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Wave Launches Gigabit Service In Portland

Kirkland, WA - 4/21/2016 - Wave, a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, today announced the launch of its Wave G gigabit service in Portland, part of an accelerated expansion of Wave’s fiber network. Wave G symmetrical (upload as fast as download) gigabit internet service is now live and available at Portland’s...
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Nation’s First Transpacific Broadband Data and Fiber Hub

Seattle, WA - 3/11/2016 – Wave, a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, and Centeris, a leading infrastructure provider for mission-critical IT and networking systems, today announced completion of the United States’ first transpacific broadband data and fiber hub. This combines Centeris’ massive 86-acre datacenter campus south of Seattle with...
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The 2016 Executive Excellence Awards: Steve Weed

Seattle Business Magazine 2/2016 by Gianni Truzzi For Steve Weed, it is both gratifying and frustrating that the most frequently asked question the founder of the upstart, gigabit-speed broadband provider receives is, “When can I get your service where I live?” It’s why Weed’s focus has been to build out...