TPG Telecom stories
Denodo signs agreement with TPG Growth for $336M equity
TPG Growth has agreed to invest $336m in Denodo's Series B preferred equity, with the deal slated to close in October.
Nokia, TPG Telecom and MediaTek demonstrate 360-degree video
In collaboration with TPG Telecom and MediaTek, Nokia showcased a live 360-degree video broadcast on the future of the Metaverse.
Commpete hails ACCC’s decision to block Telstra and TPG deal
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has recently vetoed Telstra and TPG's deal to share a network in Australia’s regional and rural areas.
Telstra to challenge ACCC ruling on MOCN agreement
The company says the agreement would provide significant benefits for customers through its 4G and 5G availability, infrastructure, RAN and coverage.
Nokia, TPG Telecom set new 5G uplink speed record in AU
Nokia and TPG Telecom hit 2Gbps 5G uplink speed, breaking Australian record, enabling ultra-high-performing services.
Thoma Bravo drops majority share in Nintex as TPG Capital picks up reins
US investment firm TPG Capital acquires majority share in Nintex, as Thoma Bravo takes a back seat with a 'significant minority interest'.
Telstra and TPG Telecom join forces in Australian first
Telstra and TPG Telecom have collaborated to re-stack their mobile network spectrum holdings, resulting in improved network speeds in several Australian cities.
Lenovo DCG nabs channel head for ANZ enterprise
The appointment comes as the company looks to continue growing its business in the ANZ region and invest in its channel-first strategy.
TPG-VHA will be real competitor to Telstra, Optus - GlobalData
GlobalData technology analyst Siow Meng Soh offers his view on opportunities and challenges to the parties involved in the TPG-VHA merger.
Can Huawei be trusted? One prominent Aussie says yes
Former Australian Rear Admiral John Lord says we need to trust in Chinese tech. Specifically, that Huawei plays a major role in our digital future.
NBN teams up with Telstra, Vocus and TPG on enterprise fibre product
NBN’s ‘Enterprise Ethernet’ product is designed to deliver wholesale high-bandwidth that can achieve speeds of up to 1Gbps.
Who is going to buy Vocus NZ?
The Vocus Group is reportedly looking for $500 million for its NZ assets as it tries to decrease debt and steady the ship.
McAfee officially goes it alone as independent company - backed by two giants
McAfee is now officially an independent company, with TPG owning 51% and Intel 49% in a transaction valuing the business at approximately $4.2b.
TPG revenue, profit soars on back of iiNet acquisition
TPG’s revenue has soared 88% on the back of its acquisition of iiNet, with the telco also reporting a bumper revenue increase.
Two companies collaborate to boost independent cyber security firm
Intel Corporation and TPG have joined forces to establish a new independent cyber security company called McAfee.
2degrees' lips are sealed on rumoured Australian telco sale
2degrees is attempting to quash rumours that it’s about to be bought by the Australian Telco TPG.
TPG cracks $1 billion half year revenue with 90% increase in profit
TPG has seen revenue and profit soar following its acquisition of iiNet, recording an 84% increase in revenue and a 90% revenue increase.
TPG inks $1 billion in deals with Vodafone
TPG signs up as Vodafone MNVO and agrees to deliver dark fibre and network services to Vodafone in a $1 billion deal.
TPG's profits up, refresh ahead for iiNet products
TPG Telecom records its seventh consecutive growth, and alludes to new iiNet product refreshes.
Farewell to iiNet as company is removed from ASX
iiNet will be removed from the ASX at close of trading today, as the company’s $1.56 billion acquisition by TPG Telecom nears completion.
ACCC clears TPG's iiNet takeover
TPG's proposed acquisition of iiNet has cleared another hurdle with the ACCC announcing it won't oppose the deal.
iiNet shareholders approve TPG takeover
iiNet shareholders have voted ‘overwhelmingly’ in favour of TPG’s takeover of the company, clearing another hurdle for the mega-merger.