Today in Germany: Lantiq, KaiserGames, TLGG.

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$280 million for Munich-based smart home business Lantiq, KaiserGames gets acquired, so does TLGG.



Intel buys German smart home business Lantiq for reported $280 million

Lantiq, based in Munich, provides semiconductor solutions deployed by major carriers and found in home networks in every region of the world, according to CrunchBase. It has over 2,000 patents for hardware used on more than 100 global operators and was now acquired by Intel.


Giga Digital acquires KaiserGames (the games, not the company)

Giga Digital acquires all game platforms from KaiserGames. These include e.g., and the international platform The company “KaiserGames”, which is based in Cologne, itself is however not part of the deal. Financial details have not been shared.

Omnicom DAS Group acquires German digital transformation agency TLGG

Torben, Lucie und die gelbe Gefahr (TLGG) can name many big clients such as Lufthansa, Astra, and Spotify. The Berlin-based company has now been acquired by Omnicom DAS Group. “TLGG is unique as an innovative digital change management company, and they bring tremendous insight to their clients,” says Dale Adams, chairman and chief executive of DAS.

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