Spectrum Network has raised $150 million in Series B financing, a $100 million Series C financing, and another $75 million Series D financing, according to investors.
The Series A round will bring Spectrum Networks’ total funding to $100.4 million, bringing the company’s total revenue to $4.8 billion, according the company.
Spectrum Networks also said it is in discussions to acquire several smaller companies.
The company also reported that it expects the Series B round to close in June and that the Series C round will close in the second half of 2018.
Spectrum said it expects to spend $250 million on the acquisition of two smaller companies: the Atlanta-based Spectrum Communications and New York-based Xfinity.
The latter company has a market value of $7.4 billion.
Spectrum also said that it is seeking to acquire the assets of a number of smaller companies, including one that it acquired last year for $2.5 billion.
Spectrum Networks has been an early adopter of new technology in its network, and the company has expanded into mobile.
It said it will add 4,000 new jobs in the coming years and it has begun a $3 billion expansion of its facilities.