Two providers of broadband services for apartments and communities have completed their merger to form Fusion Broadband.

The new venture is the result of Noment Networks and DMISI joining forces.

“This was definitely the right choice,” said Eric Fichtner, the chief executive officer of Noment who now serves the merged company as CEO. “The combination of the two companies allows our customers to benefit from our synergies, experience and market leadership.”

Mark Scifres, the president of DMISI, will serve as Fusion’s chairman, chief operating officer and chief technology officer.

“We bring proprietary technology, over a dozen years of operations, and a common vision on how to properly service our subscribers,” Scifres said.

The combined company has nearly 40,000 customers across 20 states and will be based in Atlanta. It offers broadband through Ethernet, cable and wireless. Fusion offers technology that can “monitor and heal” TV and Internet networks.

Fusion also offers centralized satellite TV solutions through which apartment complexes can be served by one dish.