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Digital infrastructure has proven itself ‘the fourth utility’ as the covid-19 lockdown has prompted an explosion of videoconferencing for work and streaming for leisure. The infrastructure has been tested but is rising to the challenge and, in the process, underlining its mission-critical nature. As the world demands ever-greater connectivity, it will require ever-greater investment in the infrastructure that makes that happen.

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With $20bn for Fund V, infra leads the way in Brookfield’s Q2

In addition to nearing a first close for its latest flagship, Brookfield raised nearly $1bn for its open-end super-core strategy and circa $3bn for its third debt fund.

Equitix-backed Rakiza fund nears $1bn target

Rakiza Infrastructure Fund, co-managed by Equitix and Oman Infrastructure Investment Management, has crossed the half-way mark towards its final target after securing $300m from Saudi Arabia's PIF.

The Inflation Reduction Act’s compromises are symbolic of the energy transition

The watered-down climate bill is nevertheless a more holistic attempt to foster the realities of the energy transition.

Carlyle bets $1bn on US cell towers with Tillman Infra deal

Joshua Pang, head of digital infra, says Carlyle’s partnership with top US cell tower platform unlocks ‘some of the most sought-after core infra assets’.

Seraya Partners bets on South Korea with $400m data centre project

The country’s ‘minimal supply and fast-growing demand’ makes it ideal target for Seraya’s APAC data-centre platform, says managing partner James Chern.

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