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Cyrus One ups sales force to deal with growing customer demand

Cyrus One, Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) data center business, is adding more employees to its roster to deal with an ongoing rush of new customers. In Q1 2012, for example, the Houston, Texas-based

Cincinnati Bell's 21% data center growth drives plans for CyrusOne IPO

Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) is so confident about the growth prospects of its CyrusOne data center business that it's planning to take the unit public sometime later this year. Any proceeds it gets

Cincinnati Bell puts cloud services into the hands of the SMB customer

Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) has responded to the idea that SMBs should have the same access to cloud services as larger enterprises, with the launch of its cloud-based Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)

Cincinnati Bell tops 40,000 IPTV subs, sees Q4 revenue bump

Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) said increasing demand for its Fioptics suite of products and robust growth in its data center business in the fourth quarter helped mitigate the impact of access line

Cincinnati Bell's Q4 wireline revenue gets boost from data center, fiber-based broadband

Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) wireline story in the fourth quarter was once again buoyed by growth in its data center business and fiber-based Fioptics service. The ILEC reported overall revenue of

Cincinnati Bell's CyrusOne expands APAC presence with new Singapore data center

CyrusOne, a Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) subsidiary, is deepening its foothold in the Asia-Pacific market by opening up a new data center in Singapore. The reason why Singapore was chosen, explained

CyrusOne boosts data center team by appointing Michael Duckett as COO

CyrusOne, Cincinnati Bell's (NYSE: CBB) data center and managed service provider unit, has named IT and telecom veteran Michael Duckett as its new COO. Duckett As one of the latest C-level

Cincinnati Bell's IT, hardware and broadband focus pays off again in Q3

Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) Q3 earnings once again reflect the fact that its push to become a larger player in the managed services and broadband as its future wireline growth engines is paying off.

Cincinnati Bell says IPTV growth helped its bottom line in Q3

Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB), which this year rolled out an IPTV service, said the new businesses helped its wireline bottom line in the third quarter as well as the continued expansion of its

Alcatel-Lucent's VDSL2 vectoring technology is set on wringing more out of copper

Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) is playing into the incumbent service provider mentality that there's still plenty of gold left in the copper line, and it has taken off the covers of its VDSL2 Vectoring