As CyrusOne Thrives, Cincinnati Bell Eyes Spinoff


Cincinnati Bell is studying a spinoff or IPO for its thriving CyrusOne colocation business, the company said yesterday.
The move could allow Cincinnati Bell to benefit from investor interest in the data center and cloud computing sector, while shifting significant capital expenses off the telecom company’s balance sheet. Read More

Build or Buy? 6 Key Factors to Help You Decide

The “build or buy” decision about data enter expansion will affect a company and its bottom line for decades and should therefore be weighed very carefully. This White Paper from CyrusOne thoroughly examines six key factors to consider in evaluating this decision. Read More

CyrusOne Plans 1 Million SF Data Center in Phoenix

Several of the backup generators at one of the Texas data centers operated by CyrusOne. The company, a unit of Cincinnati Bell, plans a huge expansion in Phoenix. (Source: CyrusOne).

High-density colocation specialist CyrusOne plans to build an enormous data center in Phoenix, which will reach 1 million square feet of space upon completion. The announcement marks the most ambitious expansion yet for CyrusOne, the data center and colocation unit of Cincinnati Bell. Read More

CyrusOne Expands Dallas Data Center Campus

High-density colocation provider CyrusOne has commissioned an additional 65,000 square feet of data center space in its North Dallas facility, the company said today. The Dallas project was the third expansion in Texas in the last 90 days for CyrusOne, a subsidiary of Cincinnati Bell (CBB). Read More

CyrusOne Expands Houston Data Center

Colocation provider CyrusOne has broken ground on a 92,000 square foot expansion to its Houston data center. The expansion is being built adjacent to the existing Houston center, and will add seven megawatts of power capacity. Read More

Major Expansion in Austin for CyrusOne

CyrusOne is planning a major expansion in Austin, Texas that will kick off with a new 72,000 square foot data center, part of a long-term expansion that could see the company build up to to 288,000 square feet of additional data center space on its campus. Read More

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