Raymondville firm acquires Digital Communications

HARLINGEN — Raymondville-based VTX1 Companies has announced its acquisition of Digital Communications of Harlingen.

Digital Communications provides security, surveillance and monitoring systems across the Rio Grande Valley, and also has expertise in hosted business communications systems as well as installing and maintaining LAN/WAN network systems.

“The combination of Digital Communications’ security and business telephony system expertise with our internet, phone and TV services will provide our members and customers with additional service options,” said Dave Osborn, CEO of VTX1 Companies. “The acquisition is also expected to result in greater efficiencies and significantly increase our market share with business customers.”

VTX1 provides internet, telephone, TV services and security applications for homes and businesses in South Texas.

VTX1’s broadband network extends from south of San Antonio to the lower Rio Grande Valley.

“A partnership was formed with VTX1 Companies to facilitate Digital Communications in broadening its reach in and beyond the Rio Grande Valley,” said Terry Wolfe, Owner, Digital Communications. “Our competencies in security and communications systems for homes and businesses will allow VTX1 Companies to expand their service offerings.”

VTX1 will continue to integrate Digital Communications’ products and services into its operations over the next four to six months, officials said.