Grain Management Acquires Oregon-Based Hunter Communications

 

  • Grain Management
  • Hunter Communications

WASHINGTON and MEDFORD, OR — Grain Management, a Washington, D.C.-based investment firm focused on the global communications sector, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Hunter Communications, a regional bandwidth infrastructure provider in southern Oregon and northern California.

Hunter owns and operates one of the largest private fiber optic networks in Oregon, with over 2,000 route miles of fiber. The company provides high bandwidth data and voice services to businesses and homes throughout southern Oregon and parts of northern California.  

Since announcing its investment, Grain has worked closely with Hunter's highly skilled management team to help prepare the Company for its next phase of growth.  

Hunter Communications Founder and CEO Richard Ryan said: "Hunter Communications is ideally positioned to further penetrate a growing fiber market with the backing of our new partners at Grain, who bring decades of communications industry expertise. This partnership is proof of the progress the Hunter team has made, establishing itself as an industry leader, servicing our customers for over 25 years. Our team is looking forward to the further expansion of our network as we continually improve the quality of our customer experience."

Giving Back During COVID-19

Recognizing the vital role that broadband providers play in ensuring communities remain connected during the coronavirus crisis, Hunter has donated its services over the last few weeks to support crucial community needs. The Company has:

  • upgraded services at Assante and Providence Health, two health systems in southern Oregon, to increase network capacity
  • connected service in less than 24 hours to set up a new emergency health clinic in Medford
  • set up COVID-19 call centers for the Medford School District, the City of Veneta, and the regional 911 system in Jackson County; and
  • upgraded links for StarTech to ensure continued uninterrupted service to remote areas of Northern California

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