Last week we took the M&A temperature of the US network marketplace, and while you can still vote we do have some preliminary results. And I do largely agree with them this year.
The first question concerned the likely consolidation targets in the US networking marketplace, and there was no runaway winner. Interestingly, Crown Castle led the pack, suggesting I’m not the only one that thinks their foray into fiber might see some sort of change in direction. Segra, which has been relatively quiet in the hands of EQT the last year or two, interestingly took the second slot.