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EarthLink, a leading internet service provider in the US, has announced the acquisition of BroadAspect's fiber-optic and fixed wireless network with an aim to bolster its network on the East Coast, expanding the scope and quality of business services and product offerings across the nation.

"We're thrilled to welcome BroadAspect to the EarthLink family," said Glenn Goad, CEO of EarthLink. "Adding BroadAspect's network as our fourth acquisition of a fixed wireless company in the last year signifies EarthLink's strategy of expansion. Together with One Ring Networks, Telegia, and QX.net, our broad network allows us to deliver high-speed internet across the nation, providing businesses with our dedicated internet services."

BroadAspect, a Virginia-based connectivity provider with more than two decades of experience, joins EarthLink in this strategic endeavor. The partnership highlights BroadAspect and EarthLink's continued standard for performance, reliability and internet redundancy.

"We see a partner in EarthLink, one with a reputation for successful mergers in the business connectivity space and a high standard for customer service," Chris Chamberlain, founder and CEO of BroadAspect, said. "EarthLink's nationwide reach, engineering, and support will bring our customers' experiences to the next level as they continue to develop their business partnerships."

"The ongoing expansion of EarthLink Business heralds an exciting era both for us and our small business clientele," said John Jenkins, President of EarthLink Business Services. "This growing network enables us to extend the EarthLink promise of exceptional service and commitment into new markets."

This acquisition is effective immediately, with BroadAspect set to continue its operations as a managed IT and cybersecurity firm while EarthLink takes the helm of its fiber-optic and fixed wireless business and clientele.