Anuvu acquires Signal Mountain
On August 11, Los Angeles, CA-based Anuvu announced it has acquired Signal Mountain Networks, a leading provider of satellite communications to the U.S. government.
With the acquisition, Anuvu is expanding its existing government business and unlocking new revenue streams by leveraging Signal Mountain’s prime contractor status and 20-year history of delivering mission-critical solutions. Signal Mountain’s position on key contracting vehicles for government agencies, plus its strong history of exemplary customer service, broaden Anuvu’s potential avenues for growth.
Signal Mountain designs, implements, and supports sophisticated satellite communication systems, MPLS, and wireless network solutions. The company serves a variety of customers, including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NASA, the U.S. Army, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
“We are thrilled to welcome the Signal Mountain team to Anuvu. They are a trusted partner to U.S. government agencies, and we look forward to continuing that very successful relationship,” said Josh Marks, Anuvu CEO. “Given the long-term commercial partnership between Signal Mountain and Anuvu, this acquisition is the next natural step in our continued growth.”
Anuvu initially plans to organize Signal Mountain under Anuvu Operations, a wholly owned subsidiary.
“We are extremely pleased to become part of Anuvu and look forward to capitalizing on our combined resources to meet the communication needs of the U.S. government,” said Jonathan Huffman, who founded the company in 2001 and served as CEO. Huffman will assume a leadership role within Anuvu.
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