Millennium raises cap on Infrastructure Fund to keep up with customer demand

James Kyle in Millennium’s Delavan warehouse.
James Kyle in Millennium’s Delavan warehouse. Photo: Jake Hill Photography

Last updated on October 7th, 2022 at 02:47 pmDelavan-based Millennium, a telecommunications solutions provider, has more than doubled the cap on its Infrastructure Fund to keep up with customer demand. The fund is raising its cap from $30 million to $75 million to meet the additional demand from broadband suppliers for construction loans and capital

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