DigitalBridge released its corporate overview, highlighting its extensive portfolio of digital infrastructure companies and assets in the sub-sectors of towers, data centers, fiber, and small cells & DAS. Including pending acquisitions, DigitalBridge will manage 24 portfolio companies, comprising 30k+ active tower assets, 200+ data centers (including edge facilities), a network of 135k+ route miles of fiber, and 95k+ small cell & DAS nodes.

As shown below from its corporate overview, DigitalBridge holds two of its digital infrastructure portfolio companies through Digital Operating (i.e., via its balance sheet), with the vast majority of its companies and assets held through its Investment Management business, which includes:

  • Legacy Digital Bridge Holdings (DBH) companies
  • Digital Colony Partners I (DCP I), a $4.1bn private equity fund
  • Digital Colony Partners II (DCP II) or DigitalBridge Partners II (DBP II), an $8.3bn private equity fund

DigitalBridge – Digital Infrastructure Portfolio

DigitalBridge Digital Infrastructure Portfolio Companies Table
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Below we provide incremental details, beyond the corporate overview, on DigitalBridge’s 24 digital infrastructure portfolio companies and assets, including links to further details on these businesses.


Mexico Tower Partners (MTP)

MTP, also known as Mexico Telecom Partners, operates 3.0k active sites and 5.7k total sites, including those with management rights, across Mexico.

Andean Telecom Partners (ATP)

ATP operates 3.0k active sites and 39.0k total sites, including those with management rights, across Chile, Colombia, and Peru.

Digita Oy

Digita operates 300 active sites and 2.4k total sites, including those with management rights, across Finland.

Highline do Brasil

Highline operates 4.7k active sites and 5.6k total sites, including those with management rights, across Brazil.

Vantage Towers

Vantage Towers owns 45.6k macro sites in 8 European markets. Specifically, these countries are Germany, Spain, Greece, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Romania, Hungary, and Ireland. In addition, Vantage Towers has a 33.2% stake in INWIT (Italy), and 50% stake in Cornerstone (UK).

EdgePoint Infrastructure

EdgePoint Infrastructure owns a portfolio of 10k+ tower and distributed antenna system (DAS) sites across Indonesia and Malaysia. Particularly, EdgePoint has assembled its portfolio through acquisitions and build-to-suit (BTS) agreements with Indosat Ooredoo, Centratama, Asiaspace, and GTP Network.

Vertical Bridge

Vertical Bridge operates 8.0k active sites and 310k total sites, including those with management rights, in the United States. Notably, Vertical Bridge is the fourth largest independent tower company in the United States behind American Tower, Crown Castle, and SBA Communications.


ÍslandsTurnar operates 367 ground-based towers and rooftop sites across Iceland.

Data Centers

DataBank – Balance Sheet

DataBank is a retail colocation provider focused on the enterprise data center segment, which operates 64 data centers across 29 markets in the United States and Europe.

Vantage Data Centers – Four Separate Businesses

Below are DigitalBridge’s four distinct businesses which are related to Vantage Data Centers:

Vantage SDC (Stabilized Data Centers) – Balance Sheet

Vantage SDC operates 13 data centers in four markets of the United States and Canada. These markets include Quincy, Washington; Santa Clara, California; Montreal, Canada; and Quebec City, Canada. Collectively, Vantage SDC’s facilities represent 177 megawatts of power capacity across 1.5 million sqft.

Vantage Data Centers (North America)

Vantage North America operates 3 hyperscale data centers and has a further 8 hyperscale data centers currently under development. The company’s markets include Ashburn, Virginia; Phoenix (Goodyear), Arizona; and Santa Clara, California.

Vantage Data Centers (Europe)

Vantage Europe operates 7 hyperscale data centers and has a further 5 hyperscale data centers currently under development. The company’s markets include Berlin, Germany; Frankfurt (Offenbach), Germany; Milan, Italy; Warsaw, Poland; Zurich, Switzerland; and Cardiff, United Kingdom. Additionally, Vantage is constructing a data center campus in the EMEA market of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Vantage Data Centers (APAC)

Vantage APAC operates or currently has under development, hyperscale data centers in 5 markets across Asia-Pacific. The company’s markets include Osaka, Japan; Tokyo, Japan; Hong Kong, SAR; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Melbourne, Australia.

Aptum Technologies

Aptum operates 6 enterprise data centers (U.S. and UK) and provides managed services in Canada, the U.S. and UK.

Scala Data Centers

Scala operates 4 hyperscale data centers and has a further 2 hyperscale data centers currently under development. Presently, Scala operates in the market of São Paulo, Brazil, with expansion plans underway for Querétaro, Mexico; Santiago, Chile; and Bogotá, Colombia.

AtlasEdge Data Centres

AtlasEdge’s data center portfolio comprises 100+ carrier-neutral colocation facilities across 11 European countries. Particularly, these countries are Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.


Beanfield Metroconnect

Beanfield operates a fiber network spanning 2.4k route miles, with 3.0k on-net locations in Toronto and Montreal, Canada.

Zayo Group

Zayo Group owns 126k fiber route miles and 13 million fiber strand miles. Indeed, this represents an average strand count of 103 strands per route mile. The company has 40k+ on-net buildings, including 1.3k on-net data centers.

Superloop – Hong Kong and Singapore Fiber

DigitalBridge, alongside Columbia Capital, is in the process of acquiring fiber assets in Hong Kong, comprising 158 miles (255 kilometers) of fiber and in Singapore, comprising 161 miles (259 kilometers) of fiber.

Small Cells, DAS, and Digital Real Estate

ExteNet Systems

ExteNet operates 36.0k small cell & DAS nodes, 420 networks, and 3.6k fiber route miles across the United States.

FreshWave Group

FreshWave operates 5.0k small cell & DAS nodes and 150 networks in the United Kingdom.


Wildstone owns and operates 2.0k outdoor digital infrastructure sites (e.g., outdoor billboards) in Western Europe.

Landmark Infrastructure Partners / Landmark Dividend

Landmark owns and operates 5.0k+ assets including cellular tower ground leases, data centers, outdoor billboards & interactive digital kiosks, and renewable energy infrastructure.

Boingo Wireless

Boingo Wireless operates 75+ DAS venues, comprised of 50k+ DAS nodes.

Adam Simmons covers Towers for Dgtl Infra, including American Tower (NYSE: AMT), Crown Castle (NYSE: CCI), SBA Communications (NASDAQ: SBAC), Cellnex Telecom (BME: CLNX), Vantage Towers (ETR: VTWR), IHS Holding (NYSE: IHS), and many more. Within Towers, Adam focuses on the sub-sectors of ground-based cell towers, rooftop sites, broadcast / radio towers, and 5G. Adam has over 7 years of experience in research and writing for Towers.


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