BYTE The Digital Infrastructure ETF

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The Fund will cease trading and no longer accept creation or redemption orders on or about December 11, 2023. Subsequently, shares of the Fund will cease trading on the listing exchange prior to the open of business on December 13, 2023. Proceeds of the liquidation are currently scheduled to be sent to shareholders on December 14, 2023.


Roundhill believes that the proliferation of the internet may lead to increased demand for digital infrastructure services, providing a compelling investment thesis.


Number of 5G mobile devices expected in 20231


Number of people worldwide without internet access at home2


CAGR of the data center market size from 2021 to 20263

Investment Strategy:

The Roundhill IO Digital Infrastructure ETF (“BYTE ETF”) is designed to offer investors exposure to digital infrastructure by seeking to provide investment results that track, before fees and expenses, the performance of the IO Digital Infrastructure Index (“BYTE Index”).

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Digital infrastructure comprises the high-tech physical assets that support the efficient storage and transmission of data, powering the internet. These assets include fixed-line, high-speed data transmission technology (such as fiber optic cable and certain “last-mile” technologies that bring data to and from the end-user); data centers; mobile towers and related infrastructure; and other long-lived physical infrastructure assets.

The IO Digital Infrastructure Index consists of 40 U.S. and foreign exchange-listed companies that earn a majority of their revenues from digital infrastructure assets.

BYTE May Provide Exposure To:
  • Companies developing mobile tower infrastructure essential to global wireless solutions such as American Tower and Crown Castle and broadband providers responsible for high-speed internet connectivity, including Charter Communications and Altice USA.
  • Data center operators, like Digital Realty and Equinix, who provide critical storage, compute, connectivity, cloud, and “edge” services to some of the top enterprise and hyperscale technology companies in the world.
  • Non-U.S. digital infrastructure businesses like Liberty Global in Europe and Megacable Holdings in Mexico.
Digital Infrastructure Sector Highlights:
  • Digital infrastructure growth is largely agnostic to what use cases are adopted, as long as those use cases require fast, ubiquitous access to data. Cloud, SaaS, online gaming, social media, remote work, streaming, AR/VR, and artificial intelligence are just a few of the technologies that are built on top of digital infrastructure.
  • According to Cisco’s Annual Internet Report, by 2023 there will be more than 13 billion mobile devices in the world, of which 1.4 billion will be 5G capable, accounting for more than 10% of the world’s mobile devices and connections. The performance demands of 5G require substantial ongoing investment in all forms of digital infrastructure while, at the same time, unlocking new internet use cases that themselves will require ongoing digital infrastructure investment.
  • According to ITU Telecom Development Bureau, as of 2019, across the world, over 3 billion people still do not have internet access at home. Among the 4.5 billion that do, speed, reliability, and affordability remain significant challenges. Enormous ongoing global investment in digital infrastructure is required to improve and expand coverage.

1Cisco Annual Internet Report (updated Mar. 2020); 2United Nations November 2021; 3Technavio 2022 Data Center Market Report




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