Wave Headquarters confirms move to Kirkland Urban

SEATTLE, WA (July 14, 2016) – 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 taking shape.

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The 2016 Executive Excellence Awards: Steve Weed

Seattle Business Magazine
February 2016

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 rapidly the company’s fiber-optic network, which is expected to total 6,500 miles after its latest expansion. Read more here.

Wave Launches New Cloud-based Business Phone System

KIRKLAND, WA, 12/2/15 – Wave Broadband today introduced Hosted Voice for business customers. The affordable, cloud-based phone system replaces legacy, installed PBX switches at a fraction of the cost, runs on Wave’s fiber internet backbone, and efficiently scales with businesses as they grow. Read more…

Wave Acquires Layer42 Networks

Adding Silicon Valley Data Center Transport and Colocation Services to Wave Network

Sept 10, 2015

Wave, a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, today announced that it has acquired Layer42 Networks, a provider of business-to-business Internet connectivity, colocation, and data transport services. Layer42 brings Wave a strong base of metro Ethernet services for businesses throughout Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area and is the only colocation provider in the booming Mountain View, CA corridor. The transaction is effective immediately.
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Wave Launches Residential Gigabit Internet Service in San Francisco

June 11, 2015

Wave, a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, today announced the launch of its Wave G gigabit service in the San Francisco Bay Area. Wave G symmetrical gigabit and 100 Mbps internet service is now live and available at San Francisco’s NEMA, a 750-unit property in the city’s Mid-Market neighborhood. Read more…

Wave Raises an Additional $130 Million to Expand Gigabit Ethernet Fiber Network

Announces Executive Appointments

May 21, 2015

KIRKLAND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wave, a gigabit fiber and broadband services company, today announced that it has raised an additional $130 million to further expand its gigabit Ethernet fiber network Read more…

Wave Broadband CEO: TWC, Charter deal good for consumer

May 26, 2015 – FoxBusiness

Wave Broadband CEO Steve Weed provides insight into the Time Warner Cable, Charter merger. View video.

Astound is now Wave in San Francisco Bay Area

May 1, 2015

Astound Broadband in San Francisco has officially changed their name to Wave!

Only the name changed, not the company, or the great service. As Wave, our customers will get the same great high-speed internet, cable TV and home phone products as before, with no changes to current equipment. Most of all, we’ll continue to provide around-the-clock local customer support and service, 7 days a week.

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