Zayo Group Completes Acquisition of Education Networks of America
- By Kristal Kuykendall
Zayo Group Holdings has completed its acquisition of Education Networks of America, combining the companies’ solutions including managed network connectivity, communications, cloud technology, and cybersecurity services to K–12 school districts participating in the federal E-Rate program, according to a news release.
Including ENA’s customers, Zayo’s K–12 client base now includes approximately 1,150 districts across Tennessee, Indiana, Georgia, Maryland, Florida, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, California, and Arizona, a Zayo spokesperson told THE Journal. Zayo began serving K–12 districts about six years ago; the company’s wholly owned Tier 1 IP backbone, spanning 134,000 miles across North America and Europe, also serves customers in the healthcare, government, and library sectors.
ENA was previously owned by ZMC, an operator of media, communications, and entertainment businesses. Earlier this year, Zayo acquired QOS Networks, named Lisa Hook to its board of directors, and rolled out its “largest-ever organic network expansion,” the company said.
Learn more at Zayo.com.
Kristal Kuykendall is editor, 1105 Media Education Group. She can
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