CyrusOne on Wednesday said the first phase of the buildout of its 1 million square foot Phoenix Data Center is up and running, with over 36,000 square feet of space already being used by customers.
HTC unveiled its long-rumored new flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One, as it mounts a comeback based on a new user interface, a news hub for the home screen and enhanced camera and sound capabilities. AT&T Mobility, Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile USA will be among the company's U.S. carrier partners, but Verizon Wireless is noticeably absent.
CARFAX, a company that provides background information about vehicles for potential buyers, announced Thursday that it has chosen a data center owned by Cincinnati Bell's CyrusOne to store the company's 11 billion vehicle history records.
Cincinnati Bell has realigned its top management team, naming Ted Torbeck as its new CEO and member of its board of directors on Thursday. Jack Cassidy has been named vice chairman of the board.
CyrusOne's shares were up almost 15 percent during its first day trading as a public company on the Nasdaq stock exchange on Friday. The data center provider's shares closed at $19 after rising to $22.10 at one point during the day.
CyrusOne, Cincinnati Bell's data center business subsidiary, on Tuesday revealed that it will sell 16.5 million shares of its common stock in an upcoming initial public offering.
Fibertech Networks, a privately-held company owned by Court Square, has begun its latest expansion into the Cincinnati market, taking on established players Cincinnati Bell and Time Warner Cable for business and government customers.
Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) on Tuesday named Ruckus Wireless as its WiFi vendor of choice, and will use its products to support three of its managed WiFi offerings: enterprise managed services, Wi-Fi hotspot and emerging metro public access.
Cincinnati Bell on Tuesday reported that is continuing to balance POTS revenue losses with a rise in next-gen services as the telco's Q3 2012 wireline revenues dropped slightly year-over-year to $182 million from $183 million from the same period a year ago.
FairPoint Communications and Frontier Communications in the past week launched their own separate initiatives to enter the energy services business, a move that signifies the need for wireline-centric telcos to diversify their service sets.