Why choose our lawyers for Communications and Digital Infrastructure?
Our renowned team of specialist lawyers spans all dimensions of the communications and digital infrastructure sectors.
Fully immersed in their field, our lawyers have unparalleled understanding of established and emerging technologies and architecture in the digital infrastructure and communications domains. Working on national and multi-jurisdictional projects, we offer highly focussed expertise in developing, funding and rolling out the programmes of tomorrow.
With deep expertise in projects ranging from subsea cables and satellite, fibre-optic and mobile network roll-outs, to data centres, network outsourcing and telecommunications wholesale and retail agreements, we cover all the bases. Our award-winning specialists in space projects support clients across the UK, Europe and round the world on their innovative space businesses programmes.
Our team includes highly experienced regulatory, finance, tax and real estate lawyers to help navigate the broader issues that our clients face.
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Notable deals and highlights
- Advising on the set up and implementation of a joint venture for Open RAN deployment
- Supporting a series of colocation programmes for major data centres
- Advising alt-nets on their roll out of ultrafast full fibre broadband solutions, including procurement/delivery of critical infrastructure and access to dark fibre
- Advising on the programme for the delivery of the world's first dedicated mobile broadband service for the Arctic region
- Crafting an innovative synthetic aperture radar collaboration between a leading satellite operator and a global multinational
- Advising on a new UK data centre programme with a major hyperscaler
- Collaboration agreements for the construction of a major new European subsea fibre optic cable programme
- Advising leading international satellite operators on construction, launch, insurance and satellite capacity agreements; multi-jurisdictional regulatory licences and landing rights; market access and regulatory/licensing issues.
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