Midweek Mergers: November 13

13 November 2013 |


Capacity brings you the latest mergers and acquisitions in the wholesale arena. If you have any deals you'd like us to share, please tweet us @capacitymag or email editorial@capacitymedia.com.

Deal of the week


 

Deutsche Telekom has acquired GTS Central Europe for €546 million. [read more]

 

Midweek Mergers


 

Unified communications solutions provider Mitel Networks is set to acquire rival Aastra Technologies in a $374 million deal. [read more]

 

European cable operator Liberty Global is in talks with US chipmaker Intel to acquire its online pay-TV service. [read more]

 

Amdocs has entered an agreement to acquire Celcite Management Solutions for approximately $129 million in cash.[read more]

 

International Investments


 

Telecom Italia will sell its Argentinean arm, as well as a number of other assets, as part of a strategy to raise roughly €4 billion. [read more]

 

Satellite operator SES has repeated its growth forecast for 2013 following a slight increase in Q3 financial results. [read more]

Asian telecoms provider Pacnet will invest $100 million annually in the expansion of its data centre footprint for this year and the next. [read more]

 

UK mobile operator Vodafone will spend $7 billion on upgrading its networks. [read more]

Croatian telecoms regulator HAKOM has awarded the remaining LTE licences in the country to operators VIPnet and T-Hrvatski Telekom. [read more]