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The Top 10 Telecom Mergers And Acquisitions Of 2021 (So Far)

From the country’s largest carriers, to the regional players, service providers are prioritizing their core telecom businesses through fiber and infrastructure buys, and divestitures of assets unrelated to connectivity. Here’s 10 of the biggest telecom deals we’ve seen so far this year.

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7. Cox Communications Buys Fiber Provider Segra

Carrier giant Cox Communications in April revealed it has inked a definitive agreement to acquire Charlotte, N.C.-based Segra, one of the largest privately held fiber infrastructure providers in the U.S., for an undisclosed sum.

Via the terms of the deal, Cox will acquire Segra’s commercial services segment, which serves enterprise and carrier customers in nine states in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast with its dense metropolitan fiber network, according to the two companies.

Atlanta-based Cox has made a series of network infrastructure investments in recent years, including EasyTel, EdgeConneX, InSite Wireless, StackPath, Unite Private Networks and ViaWest.

 
 
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