Spectrum Networks is a leading West Coast provider in data center to data center transport and sophisticated high-bandwidth Internet connectivity. Based in Seattle, the Spectrum network footprint extends from the Puget Sound north to Canada and south to Portland and the Greater Bay Area, including Silicon Valley.
Spectrum’s metro footprint in the Pacific Northwest and Bay Area/Silicon Valley allows fiber access to enterprise locations that have a need for direct connections to data centers, and customizable high-bandwidth Internet solutions. A specific blend of robust performance, multi-route reliability, and lower total cost of ownership offers unparalleled, enterprise-class service to Spectrum customers.
Their team of Telecom veterans has committed years to building the best local internet infrastructure offered in the Pacific Northwest, and they’re proud to be locally-owned and operated.
Funding Rounds (2) - $1.91MUpdate
|Mar 12, 2014||GeekWire - Wave Broadband acquires another fiber-based Internet company, this time CPI|
|Dec 11, 2013||GeekWire - Funding for Gigabit Seattle fiber Internet project was in question from the start|
|Dec 10, 2013||GeekWire - Speedy surfing: CondoInternet expands gigabit Internet service to Ballard|
|Nov 1, 2013||SEC - SEC FORM D|
|Sep 12, 2013||blogs.seattletimes.com - Wave buys Spectrum, CondoInternet|
|Sep 12, 2013||GeekWire - Wave acquires Spectrum Networks, CondoInternet to bolster broadband reach|
|Jul 9, 2013||GeekWire - Vancouver startup to offer ridiculously fast gigabit Internet for cheap|
|Jan 11, 2013||Wired News - Why Is Google Fiber the Country's Only Super-Speed Internet?|
2200 6th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104