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The sector is growing rapidly and there are pools of capital - some dedicated - ready to invest.
5G deployment promises a new era of innovation and an ensuing demand for data, which, together, will create an opportunity to help build the necessary infrastructure.
The Hawaiki cable deal is the Australian firm’s first telecoms investment, which it plans to use as a launchpad for further opportunities in the sector.
Telecoms speciality manager Digital Colony has made its first investment in the UK market acquiring a majority stake in Stratto, a small mobile network services provider. Stratto’s existing shareholders, which include institutional investor consultant BiscayneAmericas Advisors, as well as members of the management team rolled a portion of their ownership stake into the new capital […]
The fund, a joint venture between real estate investor Colony NorthStar and telecoms company Digital Bridge, is soon expected to hold final close.
The debt investment, which could reach $1bn, will support Tillman Infrastructure’s rollout of about 1,500 cell towers across the US.
The firm will open the ‘under-utilised’ portfolio of 10,000 telecom towers to third-parties as it moves to tap into the ‘fifth fastest-growing’ mobile data space in the world.
Steven Sonnenstein, who resigned from the Canadian pension in March, becomes managing director as the firm’s inaugural $3bn fund nears target.
In the sixth deal from its third fund, the manager buys the Spanish business from Cinven, which rolls the remaining international business into its sixth vehicle.
The two companies have agreed to pay $1.2bn for ADT Caps, South Korea’s second-largest security services provider.
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