CyrusOne Completes IPO, Shares Trade Higher on NASDAQ


CyrusOne has completed its IPO, pricing its initial sale of shares at $19, above the projected range of $16 to $18, indicating healthy demand for shares of the colocation provider. Shares rise in early trading before settling back to about $21 a share in mid-afternoon. Read More

CyrusOne Sets Range of $16 to $18 for IPO

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Cincinnati Bell hopes to raise at least $264 million in the initial public offering (IPO) of CyrusOne, the company’s colocation and data center services business. Shares of CyrusOne will be offered at between $16 and $18 per share, the company said today. Read More

In Phoenix, the Birth of a Data Center

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A new data center is rising on land that just six months ago was covered with alfalfa fields. CyrusOne is readying the first phase of its its new data center  in the Phoenix market. The Data Center Knowledge team got an early look at the facility, and we’ve put together a photo feature. Read More

Tesh Durvasula Joins CyrusOne Executive Team

Tesh Durvasula of Quality Technology Services speaks at last week's Tier 1 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas.

IT infrastructure provider CyrusOne has appointed industry veteran Tesh Durvasula as its Chief Commercial Officer, the company said today. In his new post, Durvasula will oversee strategy, marketing and sales for the company. Read More

CyrusOne IPO Plans Focus on Big Customers, Facilities


Big customers and big facilities are at the heart of the business strategy for CyrusOne, the data center business of Cincinnati Bell, which plans to go public through an initial public offering (IPO) later this year. Here’s a look at some data points from the company’s SEC filing. Read More

CyrusOne Keeps Building in Houston

Colocation provider CyrusOne got its start in Houston, and today announced plans to add a third data center facility at its Houston West campus. The newest building is expected to be 120,000 square feet, with 24 megawatts of power capacity. Read More

CyrusOne Goes ‘Massively Modular’

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).

In his new post as CTO of CyrusOne, industry veteran KevinTimmons is advancing a design approach called “Massively Modular.” Timmons now sees modular concepts entering a new phase that’s more about deployment strategy than form factors. Read More

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