Single Digits picks up another acquisition

New Hampshire-based wireless network firm adds company that specializes in serving senior living communities
Stephen Singlar

Stephen Singlar, CEO of Single Digits. (Photo by Allegra Boverman)

Single Digits, the Bedford-based provider of scalable wireless network solutions, has completed another acquisition, this time of Inviacom, a firm that installs and manages comprehensive Wi-Fi and connectivity services for senior living communities across the U.S.

The acquisition, said Single Digits CEO Stephen Singlar, will add over 30 more Wi-Fi specialists to its team as well as five more field crews for its Southeast region.

Inviacom, founded in 2011, is headquartered in Charlotte, N.C. It offers managed wireless internet networks, VoIP solutions and technology training for seniors.

“This partnership represents a great opportunity for the team to grow the business with more industry leading solution capabilities and support than ever before,” said Chris Shupe, chief operating officer of Inviacom.

Single Digits, founded in 2003, has grown significantly through acquisition in recent years. Earlier this year, it acquired BSG Wireless of San Antonio, Texas, and in 2019 it acquired hospitality network design and management company Sunray of Carlsbad, Calif., as well as Summit Technology, the Burlington, Vt.-based high-speed internet access division of Resolute Partners.

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