On June 2nd, Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (Zayo), announced the acquisition of Education Networks of America (ENA), a prominent solutions provider for K-12 school districts specializing in cybersecurity, network connectivity, and communications. ENA serves schools that specialize in E-Rate, a federally-funded program.
Zayo has served K-12 consumers for over six years and today powers school districts across states, including Texas, Oregon, California, Washington, Georgia, Arizona, Colorado, and Washington. The acquisition will empower both ENA and Zayo to offer cutting-edge managed services and an excellent customer experience to consumers in the library, education, community healthcare, and public sectors.
We are proud of Zayo’s history serving the public sector and see tremendous opportunity with the addition of ENA, which is known for being a trusted provider of managed network and cybersecurity solutions. ENA’s mission, particularly serving K-12 and healthcare customers, will enable us to have a positive impact on communities while furthering our commitment to leading in Environmental, Social and Governance initiatives. Together, we look forward to driving digital transformation across the public sector while delivering an exceptional customer experience.”
- Andrés Irlando, president of Zayo
ENA was a ZMC holding vefore the acquisition. ZMC is a leading operator and investor in and of media, communications and entertainment enterprises.
“Joining forces with Zayo is the result of our mutual respect and shared commitment to propelling value, growth and innovation for customers. Combining ENA’s innovative technology solutions and services with Zayo’s leading fiber network enhances our collective ability to provide best-in-class customer service to schools, libraries and other public sector entities — enabling them to continue providing vital resources to their respective communities.”
- Michael McKerley, president of ENA