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American Tower will acquire CoreSite for approximately $10.1 billion, aiming to create a differentiated, comprehensive, and interconnected communications real estate platform optimally positioned to benefit from the convergence of wireline and wireless networks amid accelerating global 5G deployments.

Read more: American Tower Boosts 5G Deployment with $10 Billion Deal

HGC significant expansion of its flagship ultra-low latency solution Eyeball-as-a-Service (EaaS). Riding on HGC’s comprehensive set of digital infrastructure, the extended EaaS coverage is scaling to support digital globalization and faster market entry by international players to reach 400 million eyeballs in the Southeast Asia.

Read more: HGC Extends Eyeball-as-a-Service to Support Market Entry

Netcracker Technology announced a partnership to consolidate and transform Segra’s OSS to improve operational efficiencies and enhance the customer experience for many of its core products and services, including security, connectivity, collaboration, and cloud solutions.

Read more: Netcracker Provides Next-Generation Digital OSS to Segra

HGC Global Communications Limited (HGC) implemented significant expansion of its flagship ultra-low latency solution Eyeball-as-a-Service (EaaS) in the Philippines, following its initial launch in Singapore. Riding on HGC’s comprehensive set of digital infrastructures, the extended EaaS coverage is scaling to support digital globalization and faster market entry by international players to reach 400 million eyeballs in the Southeast Asia.  

Read more: HGC Extends Eyeball-as-a-Service™ to the Philippines

In collaboration with Nokia and Athonet, Innovate5G has completed a successful mid-band call on a 5G standalone (SA) network. The successful call means enterprises designing for 5G can now test their applications in an actual 5G environment to better understand performance, security, and network resource usage.

Read more: First Successful North American 5G SA Mid-Band Call Completed

Adtran announced an agreement to acquire networking services company ADVA in a deal valued at EUR789 million ($931.1 million). Under terms of the deal, each ADVA shares will be exchanged for 0.8244 shares of the stock of the new holding company, which values ADVA shares at EUR14.84 each, or a 22% premium to the three-month volume weighted average price over the past three months.

Read more: Adtran to Acquire Adva Optical

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