Liberty Lake Exchange Consolidates Aim and Omnicast

March 30, 2005
March 30, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - ISP and web hosting provider Liberty Lake Internet Exchange, today announced it has fully integrated the dialup, DSL, and hosting customers it acquired from Aim Communications and Omnicast Internet Services.

"This is a natural extension of our business plan, which calls for the rapid expansion of our customer base, via both organic growth and by carefully chosen acquisitions," said Dan Seliger, Network Operations Manager. "The integration of these assets positions us well for the near future, and we eagerly anticipate the deployment of additional value-added services that will keep our customers delighted. We continue to look for strategic acquisitions of local providers, and expect to complete a few more in the coming months."

"The competency and resources at LLIX made the acquisition a beneficial and logical progression for our customers," noted Eric Peterson, President, Insite Web Design. "Customers of both Aim Communications and Omnicast Internet Services will continue to benefit from the talent and depth of the LLIX staff, their state-of-the-art infrastructure, and value-added services that we would have been unable to provide otherwise."

LLIX has completely integrated its acquired subscriber base, joining its own WebBand subscribers under the LLIX umbrella, and offering all customers Accelerated Dialup, spam filtering, and expanded support services. LLIX provides a complete suite of Internet access services, including dialup and a wide spectrum of scalable connectivity services using a variety of multi-homed network infrastructures -- including wireless, DSL, Telco provided circuits and leading edge optical fiber connectivity.

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