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  1. In the second such transaction to land this week, Unite Private Networks has announced an agreement to buy the former Level 3 metro footprint in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The deal adds a substantial footprint in the city spanning several hundred route miles and several hundred on-net buildings to UPN's reach.... [visit site to read […]
  2. Syringa Networks is making an inorganic move to boost its fiber depth.  The Idaho-based carrier has gained clearance from the DOJ to acquire the former Level 3 metro network in Boise from CenturyLink.... [visit site to read more]
  3. It looks like the soap opera starring Qualcomm and Broadcom has come to a sudden conclusion. Donald Trump has stepped in to block the hostile takeover on national security grounds, leaving little if any wiggle room for Broadcom to continue the pursuit.... [visit site to read more]
  4. AMP to Acquire EverstreamOn Friday, the rumors that Everstream was for sale came to fruition.  The consortium led by M/C Partners has entered into an agreement to sell the company to AMP Capital.... [visit site to read more]
  5. Apparently the Interoute deal didn't quite satisfy GTT's M&A appetite for the quarter.  This morning they announced another acquisition, this time up in Canada.  GTT has announced the purchase of Accelerated Communications.... [visit site to read more]
  6. Over in Europe, there has been an interesting M&A in the international carrier services market.  iBasis, which is the wholesale arm of the Dutch incumbent KPN, has been acquired by Paris-based Tofane Global.... [visit site to read more]
  7. Two pending infrastructure deals close, and dueling IX expansions in Mumbai.... [visit site to read more]
  8. GTT Takes a Big Swing at Europe, Buys InterouteSo the rumors were true that Interoute was for sale, and today the news finally landed.  GTT has agreed to acquire Interoute from the Sandoz Family Foundation, Aleph Capital and Crestview Partners in a €1.9 billion deal.... [visit site to read more]
  9. At the end of last week, Zayo announced plans to get a bit smaller.  The Boulder-based infrastructure provider has agreed to sell Scott-Rice Telephone Co. to New Ulm Telecom, Inc.... [visit site to read more]

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