Funding wireless infrastructure in a disruptive age
Released on 12.08.2020
Regardless of a high barrier to entry and rising assessments, competition for cordless facilities possessions is increasing year on year. And while a range of deep-pocketed infrastructure funds, financial investment automobiles and sovereign wealth funds now dominate the sector, the value of credibility in the market oft prevails, setting bidders apart from the eventual acquirers.
Scaling Asia datacentres with private equity
Published on 23.07.2020
Over the previous years, investors in the US and Europe have actually come to recognise the remunerative nature of datacentres as a possession class, underpinned by the nonreligious pattern of increased cloud services adoption and need for information.
Goldman leads US$ 1.5 bn iconectiv sale
Released on 08.07.2020
TMT Financing understands Goldman Sachs is running the sale interactions devices supplier Ericsson’s United States call routing unit iconectiv.
As previously reported by TMT Financing, that the preliminary of bids in the sale of interactions equipment supplier Ericsson’s United States call routing system iconectiv were due on June 3, 2020.
According to sources, the business is valued at around US$ 1.5 bn and iconectiv has drawn interest from a number of private equity firms.
Ericsson acquired iconectiv, then referred to as Telcordia, for ₤ 1.15 bn in June 2011.
Infra funds prioritise scale in United States digital comms
Published on 08.07.2020
Advancement is associated with the interactions facilities vertical; however, the pool of potential financiers has actually been progressing similarly as fast. Today, a growing variety of infrastructure funds, asset supervisors and other institutional investors are driving consolidation and merging in the area.
Telefonica Tech prepares stake sale
Released on 07.07.2020
TMT Finance has learnt that the anticipated stake sale for Telefonica Tech, an unit of Spanish telco Telefonica encapsulating cloud, IoT and cybersecurity, is presently being carved out into a separate entity to be prepped for sale, with the sale process to launch post-summer.
Morgan Stanley is advising Telefonica on the stake sale, as reported by El Confidencial in January 2020.