Analysing edge computing M&A trends

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This report summarises the value and trends of M&A deals related to edge computing, covering the time period of the last four years. The report highlights key deals and company spotlights, as well as providing insights into the expected M&A activity over the next year.


Format: PDF filePages: 13 pagesAuthor: Tilly GilbertPublication Date: January 2024


While general TMT M&A deals trended down in 2023, there was evidence of both resilience and maturation in the edge computing market. Several significant deals, particularly related to edge computing data centres and software companies, have bucked overall industry trends. We highlight key deals, such as the acquisitions made by European edge datacentre company nLighten and the seed funding of the SASE company Cato Networks.

In this research note, we provide coverage of deals including M&A, venture capital and private equity, looking into the types of edge computing companies most likely to attract investment and general trends in the market.


Table of Contents

  • Summary of M&A performance in edge computing (2020-2023)
    • Total value of investments and number of deals in the edge computing market
    • Trends in the edge investment market
  • Spotlight deals and companies to watch
    • Summary of largest deals in the edge investment market (2020-2023)
    • Deal spotlights
  • Methodology


Technologies and industry terms referenced include: altice, AtlasEdge, Cato Networks, Cloud, edge computing, financials, Industry Trends, Morgan Stanley, nLighten