Airwave Adventurers of Napa, Calif., Friday (Aug. 24) announced it has completed its acquisition of Circle WiFi, a service previously owned by Circle Computer Resources (CCR) of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Circle WiFi is a leading Wi-Fi service of RV resorts and campgrounds targeting users needing an option for Internet in hard-to-reach areas, according to a news release. Airwave Adventurers purchased the service in order to expand its high-end WiFi service to a larger demographic.

With the Circle WiFi service Airwave Adventurers will expand its Link ’N Go Wi-Fi service to over 20 new resorts and parks throughout the southern and central regions of the United States. Airwave Adventurers president Jim Ames announced the acquisition in Napa, noting it would be effective Sept. 1.

“Making sure our clients are able to deliver a reliable signal with maximum Bandwidth to their customers is our number one goal when designing our systems,” said Ames. “Circle WiFi and Link ’N Go complement each other very well. The now combined services will help us provide high level WiFi to campgrounds and resorts in a much larger demographic than before.

“It’s a win-win for us and for CCR. They can focus more directly on what they’re best at: premiere technology solutions; and we can expand our high-level Link ’N Go Wi-Fi service to benefit a greater number of locations.”