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Global investment firm Carlyle announced that funds managed by its Global Infrastructure platform have committed up to $1 billion to partner with Tillman Global Holdings to accelerate its investments in Tillman Infrastructure, a leading privately held cell tower platform in the United States. The explosive growth in 5G, Edge Data Centers and for 5G backhaul are all contributing factors to this market expansion.

Read more: US Tower Business Continues Explosive Growth

America Movil (AM) has completed the spin-off of all telecoms towers and other associated passive infrastructure in most of the Latin American countries where it operates, with all relevant assets, liabilities and capital transferred to a new company named Sitios Latinoamerica (Sitios Latam).

Read more: America Movil Finalizes LatAm Tower Reorganization

Windstream Wholesale, has connected to its second DC BLOX data center at 433 6th St. South in Birmingham, Alabama. Windstream Wholesale is now taking orders at the location for diverse Wave Services, Ethernet Solutions, and Dedicated Internet Access.

Read more: Windstream Wholesale Connects to DC BLOX Data Center in Birmingham

DZS announced the ongoing success of its mission to bridge the digital divide by way of a longstanding partnership with Myakka Communications to deliver “Broadband to the Boonies” to southwest Florida. Recently recognized as the “Fastest Fiber Providers in Florida” with symmetrical gigabit available to all subscribers, this local, family-owned service provider was the first to offer high-speed broadband to Myakka City and the surrounding area, and today delivers the hyper-speed service levels needed for increasingly popular use cases like virtual meetings, gaming, telemedicine, start-ups and emerging metaverse experiences.

Read more: DZS to Deliver “Broadband to the Boonies”

DE-CIX, the world’s leading neutral Internet Exchange (IX) operator, announces it has established an interconnection with LOGIX Fiber Networks (LOGIX) in Dallas. LOGIX Fiber Networks is the largest fiber network provider in Texas serving more than 3,000 enterprise buildings and nearly 100 data centers throughout the state. The NNI enables LOGIX customers to gain turnkey access to DE-CIX Dallas, fortified with extended reach, via the DE-CIX GlobePEER Remote service, to Chicago, New York, Phoenix, Richmond, and to thousands of networks connected across the US and the company’s globally interconnected platforms throughout Europe and the Middle East. The DE-CIX neutral interconnection ecosystem spans North America, Europe, the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia.

Read more: DE-CIX Dallas Now Available from LOGIX Fiber Networks

Oak Hill Capital formed a new fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) provider, Omni Fiber ("Omni" or the "Company"), to bring to market a new option for high-speed Internet service in small and mid-sized markets in the Midwest that have historically been underserved by the large phone and cable companies.

Read more: Oak Hill Capital Commits $250 Million for Underserved Fiber Markets

Sabey Data Centers has begun construction on a new, 40-acre data center campus in Round Rock, TX. The new campus will provide up to 72-megawatt (MW) power capacity, supported by Sabey’s commitments to reliability, security, connectivity, and sustainability. In addition, Sabey’s Austin Data Center Campus will feature its latest innovations that maximize available data center space while shrinking its construction footprint with a target Ready for Service Date of Q2 2023.

Read more: Sabey Data Centers Breaks Ground on New 40 Acre Site

NTT Ltd. Japan Corporation, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., PC Landing Corp, and JA Mitsui Leasing, Ltd. announced the launch of a new company, Seren Juno Network Co., Ltd. (“Seren”) which has been founded to construct and operate “JUNO”, the new and largest trans-Pacific submarine cable system (providing the maximum capacity of 350Tbps) that will run between Japan and the US.

Read more: NTT Plans New Trans-Pacific Submarine Cable

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