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Telecom Mergers and Acquisitions

  1. NTT Acquires Some More Data Center Space

    The Japanese giant NTT Communications made another inorganic move to build its global infrastructure today.  They have acquired PT. Cyber CSF, which provides data center services in Jakarta, Indonesia.... [visit site to read more]
  2. Colo Bytes: TierPoint, Interxion, CyrusOne

    Here are three interesting items from the colocation side of things, one acquisition, one customer win, and one equipment deployment:... [visit site to read more]
  3. Tata Looks to Monetize Its Data Centers

    According to an article on LiveMint, Tata Communications is shopping its data center assets.  They are said to be talkign with both private equity and strategic buyers to sell a 74% stake in the company's data center subsidiary, raising something in the neighborhood of $300M.  ... [visit site to read more]
  4. AT&T/DirecTV Deal Advances, Wheeler Extracts Conditions

    After more than a year of regulatory wrangling, it looks like AT&T might actually win a mega-merger round. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has reportedly decided to back the deal. The full commission still has to officially vote, but with Wheeler's support that's just a formality.... [visit site to read more]
  5. PEG Buys a Fiber Network From Gore

    PEG Buys a Fiber Network From GorePEG Bandwidth has found an inorganic way to grow its network in the MidAtlantic. This morning they announced an asset acquisition, purchasing a 48-mile fiber network from W.L. Gore & Associates.  Gore & Associates, among other things, is the company that makes GORE-TEX fabric and is the source of wealth for Delaware's current richest resident, […]
  6. Netflix Flexes Interconnection Muscle, But Is It Too Much?

    This week, Charter Communications got a key approval for its proposed acquisition of TW Cable. No, the FCC and DOJ aren't done yet -- they're just getting started.  But Netflix has finished up its own review and is throwing it support behind the deal. It's not altruism though, but rather the settlement-free peering that Netflix will […]
  7. Friday Roundup: Arvig, CityFibre, Padtec, ViaWest

    TGIF, with some nice weather ahead for the weekend I hope.  Here's a quick rundown of some other news from this week that needs mentioning:... [visit site to read more]
  8. More Cable Consolidation as Tele Columbus Buys PrimaCom

    Global cable mergers continue to be one of 2015 stories, and today we saw another one over in Europe. Germany's Tele Columbus has agreed to buy rival PrimaCom for $777M or so in cash.... [visit site to read more]
  9. Level 3 Finishes Up Spokane Buildout

    With Zayo busy in Seattle, Level 3 said this morning that it has finished up a network expansion a few hundred miles to the east. The project added a new loop in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene metro areas, bringing their infrastructure in the metro area to 276 on-net buildings and 300 metro route miles in all. […]