"CenturyLink Cloud" Posts

CenturyLink Cloud Data Centers: Sold By Q3 2016?

CenturyLink (CTL) remains focused on selling “all or a portion” of its data center business by Q3 or early Q4 2016, according to CEO Glen F. Post.

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Nearly 110 Cloud Data Centers Poised to Be Sold, Acquired

Which companies will potentially buy cloud data centers from CenturyLink & Verizon? Keep an eye on Equinix, Digital Realty, CoreSite, CyrusOne and more.

CenturyLink Cloud Services, Hosting Revenues Are Falling

As CenturyLink retreats to the network & tries to sell its colocation data centers, the telco’s cloud & hosting revenues are falling. Should partners worry?

Verizon Kills Public Cloud IaaS Amid Falling Revenues

Verizon will stop offering its public cloud services this month, and will focus on a value-added cloud services portfolio, according to TBR.

Why Telcos Struggle With Public Cloud Services

Five years after CenturyLink, Verizon and other telcos began buying cloud services providers, telco hubs struggle in the public cloud world. Here’s why.

Verizon Kills Some Public Cloud Services

Verizon Public Cloud services apparently will end April 12. The company is urging customers to shift to Verizon Private Cloud services before the deadline.

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AT&T Punts Managed Hosting Services to IBM Cloud

AT&T will exit managed application hosting services, ultimately shifting those customers to IBM Cloud. Are telecom companies retreating to the network?