With an industry-leading combination of clients, facilities, solutions, and service, TierPoint helps companies that outsource selected IT systems get more from their investments – designing, building, and managing the most efficient and effective solutions for their cloud, disaster recovery, data security, and data center needs.
Actively acquiring facilities in underserved markets, StayLock Storage is a leading multi-state provider of self-storage services, offering a range of options, including standard units, climate controlled units, parking and more. The company’s network of storage professionals simplify and enhance the storage process.
Founded in 2013, American Testing and Inspection Services (ATIS) is the largest U.S.-owned elevator inspection company, providing third-party safety inspection and test witnessing services for elevators, escalators, moving walks, and other conveyances. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, ATIS has licensed inspectors in over 30 states serving more than 20,000 customers and over 50,000 elevators and escalators.
Encina Business Credit is an independent, asset-based lending platform for middle-market borrowers in the U.S. and Canada that may find it difficult to obtain financing from traditional banks. Headquartered in Chicago, with offices in St. Louis, Houston, Atlanta, and New York, Encina offers a national presence with strong regional focus. Whether it’s for financial restructuring, expansion, or increased production, Encina tailors its lending solutions to a variety of different businesses.
In January 2017, ServiceNow acquired DxContinuum. Founded in 2012 out of Freemont, CA, DxContinuum applies data science, machine learning, and natural language processing software technologies to solve business predictability challenges. The patented platform automatically ingests, rationalizes, and analyzes data from various internal and external sources, fueling dynamic prediction models and prescriptive calls-to-action.
In December 2015, Altice Goup acquired Suddenlink for an enterprise value of $9.1 billion. At the time, Suddenlink was the seventh largest cable operator in the United States, supporting the information, communication and entertainment demands of approximately 1.5 million residential and commercial customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, West Virginia, and elsewhere.
Excell Communications was one of the largest U.S. project firms serving the telecommunications industry in the Southeast and Midwest. Services included site acquisitions, engineering, environmental and regulatory compliance, general contracting, maintenance, construction, and more. In November 2012, Excell became a wholly owned subsidiary of Suddenlink Communications.
In June 2003, Cequel III partnered with the former Corvis Corporation to acquire Broadwing Communications and its nationwide all-optical network from Cincinnati Bell. Subsequently, Cequel III turned over management responsibilities to Broadwing’s executive team, while maintaining a relationship with the company for the provision of long-haul voice, video, and data services to Suddenlink. Broadwing was acquired by Level 3 Communications in 2007.
AAT Communications Corp. was a privately held tower operator for which Cequel III assumed management responsibilities in May 2002. Through a series of strategic acquisitions, new tower construction, and improved operating efficiencies, the Cequel III team dramatically expanded AAT’s portfolio of owned sites and free cash flow. In April 2006, on behalf of its investors, Cequel III sold AAT to SBA Corp. for approximately $1 billion.