EQT buys German fiber optic network operator Inexio

Fiber-optic expansion

By 2030, Inexio is targeting two million households.

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Berlin, Frankfurt The operator of fiber-optic networks Inexio goes to the Swedish infrastructure investor EQT. Both majority shareholder Warburg Pincus and Deutsche Beteiligungs-AG, which holds a minority interest, are withdrawing, as both companies announced on Saturday. According to a person familiar with the transaction, the value of the business is one billion euros. It should be completed in the fourth quarter.

Inexio claims to operate a more than 8,000 kilometer long fiber optic network. The company serves 110,000 customers and 6,000 companies with ultra-fast Internet. By 2030, Inexio is targeting two million households. Companies like Inexio or Deutsche Glasfaser want to benefit from network expansion.

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