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Wave Broadband today announced the acquisition of Cascade Networks, a Longview, Wash.-based data connectivity company that serves customers in Southwest Washington and parts of Oregon.

Wave will utilize more than 350 route miles of fiber that Cascade operates, which will help grow Wave’s west coast fiber network that extends more than 6,000 miles across Washington, Oregon, and California.

Cascade offers internet, telephone, and TV services. It will continue to serve its current customers and leverage Wave’s assets. The company’s 14-person workforce will become Wave employees.

“Cascade Network’s fiber augments Wave’s existing footprint, expanding our network for this region and enabling us to reach even more enterprise, commercial and residential customers,” Wave Broadband President Harold Zeitz said in a statement.

This is Wave’s 21st acquisition since it launched back in 2002. The Kirkland, Wash.-based company raised $125 million this past September. It also recently expanded its Wave G gigabit residential internet service to Portland and San Francisco.

[Editor’s note: Wave Broadband is a GeekWire sponsor]

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