"CenturyLink Data Centers for Sale" Posts

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CenturyLink Completes $1.86B Data Center Business Sale

Cyxtera assumes ownership of CenturyLink’s 57 data centers. Approximately 700 CenturyLink employees transition to Cyxtera.

Verizon ‘Proceeding’ With Data Center Sale; Cloud Revenues Fall

After a slight delay, Verizon (VZ) is still on track to sell its cloud data center business. Expect updates in early Q4, Verizon executives said today.

CenturyLink Data Center Sale: BC Partners Still Bidding?

BC Partners, a private equity firm, wants to buy CenturyLink’s data center business. But lease agreements may complicate the sale process, Reuters says.

CenturyLink Data Centers for Sale: Four Private Equity Bidders?

Four private equity firms have united to bid on CenturyLink Inc.’s cloud data center business, according to Reuters. Is a long-awaited sale drawing closer?

5 Big Technology, Cloud Businesses Likely Up for Sale

In the weeks ahead some large technology companies and cloud businesses could be sold. Here are four that are up for sale, and one rumored to be for sale.

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?


39 Telecom Mergers, Acquisitions In Q1 2016

The telecom sector is experiencing a merger and acquisition slowdown. Among the wildcards: Can Verizon, CenturyLink sell their data centers?

LeaseWeb USA Acquires Seven Cloud Data Centers

Nobis Technology buyout brings seven Ubiquity Hosting data centers into the LeaseWeb family. Here’s what’s next.