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Halder exits KEYMILE and BMB
Halder has sold investments in KEYMILE (Hannover, Germany) and BMB Manifattura Borse (Florence, Italy), realizing the fourth and fifth exit from the portfolio of its Halder Germany II fund.
Portfolio trends in 2015
How did Halder‘s investments perform recently? An overview of developments in 2015.
Mission critical
Keymile, a Hannover-based specialist in communications technology, is in transition: the company plans to become a market leader for mission-critical systems in corporate communication networks.
KEYMILE boosts security in its LineRunner-IS-3400 family with new functions
KEYMILE has added new functions, such as the configuration of a new packet-filter firewall, to its LineRunner-IS-3400 and identical HYTEC-HY104 family. This helps suppliers and operators of mission-critical infrastructures to comply with new German IT security legislation.
KEYMILE joins the European Rail Industry Association
Telecommunications supplier KEYMILE has joined the Union des Industries Ferroviaires Européennes (UNIFE), the Brussels-based European Rail Industry Association.
Funds: Halder-GIMV Germany II
Following the sale of Gealan (vinyl window profiles) in spring, the portfolio now includes eight companies (six of which being majority-owned). The fund still has up to € 50 million available for further investments.
KEYMILE presents new XMC20 product family for mission-critical telecommunications networks
KEYMILE is stepping up business with mission-critical telecommunications networks. The company is expanding its portfolio of solutions by launching the XMC20 product range especially for mission-critical networks.
KEYMILE adds a purely optical fibre solution to access platform MileGate
The target groups for KEYMILE’s new MileGate Fibre Series are network operators wanting to set up innovative optical fibre networks for homes and businesses in the most flexible way.
KEYMILE creates communications network for French high-speed railway project
KEYMILE has won the order to build the mission-critical communications network for the French high-speed railway line LGV BPL from Le Mans to Rennes.
Summer is reporting season, not only at school. For Halder’s portfolio, the focus is on the investee companies’ progress on strategy – an overview as of June 2014.
KEYMILE expands its industrial-switch portfolio for mission-critical networks
New models of KEYMILE's LineRunner IS product line offer a powerful and cost-effective solution for monitoring and controlling mission-critical data networks of energy suppliers, railway, oil and gas companies.
Funds: Halder-GIMV Germany II
Talking to SMEs more often and more directly has clearly improved deal flow, three new investments were completed in 2013.
Sales Success with MileGate in Germany
As part of an extensive project, telecommunications service provider htp from Hanover connected large rented housing complexes to a high-speed optical fibre network. The buildings are owned by Gundlach, a housing company and the Spar- and Bauverein cooperative.
Riverside and Halder strengthen KEYMILE’s R&D
Private equity investors The Riverside Company, Munich, and Halder, Frankfurt, have taken over Hytec Gerätebau GmbH, Mannheim, through their jointly held portfolio firm Keymile, originally acquired in November 2011.
Funds: Halder-GIMV Germany II
Moreover, sellers’ expectations for company valuations were often unrealistic. A stronger effort in developing new investment opportunities brought the deal flow back to pre-crisis levels, resulting in the buy-out of Helmut Klingel.
KEYMILE: Broadband World Forum 2012
This year’s Broadband World Forum will take place in Amsterdam from 16 to 18 October 2012. At the Forum, KEYMILE will be presenting new solutions for fibre optic connections in a diverse range of applications. One of the innovations includes the MileGate 2880 GPON solution.
KEYMILE: Change in the Management Team
From 1st of October, Michael Breyer, former head of the Finance department, becomes Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the KEYMILE group. He takes over from Andreas Gebauer who will pursue his career elsewhere.
KEYMILE – opening doors for communications
In November 2011, Riverside and Halder acquired the Hanover-based IT firm Keymile in a management buy-out. The communications expert specialises in access and transmission systems, connecting end users to data networks. With an excellent market position it more than holds its own against global competitors in growth markets for broadband networks.
KEYMILE has new vectoring-capable VDSL2 card for MileGate platform
As of today, KEYMILE will supply a new vectoring-capable VDSL2 card for its multi-service access platform MileGate. As a result, telecommunications providers can deliver high-speed, triple-play connections for homes and reliable services for business customers.
It‘s the virtues of mid-caps that count
It has been a long way from the most severe financial and economic crisis since World War II and the present – in 2012, Germany is experiencing the best economic development in western Europe.
Portfolio: Halder-GIMV Germany II: two new portfolio companies
At the end of 2010, the purchase agreement for the Fund‘s initial investment was signed for window systems manufacturer Gealan. In 2011, a majority stake in CCN, a French turbo charging specialist, and a co-investment in KEYMILE, an IT and communications technology specialist, were also added to the Fund.
KEYMILE presents at CommunicAsia 2012
At this year’s CommunicAsia from 19 to 22 June in Singapore, KEYMILE will present its fibre optic solutions for a vast range of scenarios. Visitors will also be able to find out more about current developments for reliable data transmission in dedicated networks.
KEYMILE extends MileGate platform
KEYMILE, a leading technology supplier of access and transmission system communications solutions, introduces MileGate 2310, a new subrack for its multi-service access platforms.
CeBIT 2012: KEYMILE presents flexible FTTx broadband expansion solutions
KEYMILE is a leading supplier of technology for communications solutions in access and transmission systems. The company will present new products for telecommunications networks on stand D66 in CeBIT’s hall 13.
KEYMILE showcases access solution for cost-effective optical fibre connections
At the FTTH Conference 2012 in Munich from 14 to 16 February, KEYMILE will present its optical multi-service access platform MileGate in an extensive FTTH live showcase. KEYMILE is Gold Sponsor of the FTTH Conference, a premier European fair and congress on optical fibre technologies.
Inexio uses KEYMILE’s MileGate technology to close service gaps
Inexio GmbH is building an optical fibre telecommunications network in the southwestern region of Germany. A client since 2009, the company has installed 200 street cabinets equipped with KEYMILE’s robust MileGate technology to date, particularly to close gaps existing in under-serviced areas.
The Riverside Company Acquires KEYMILE along with Co-Investor Halder
Technologically leading supplier of telecommunications services partners for further Internationalisation and Product Expansion.