Attenda (acquired by private equity, 2011)
Attenda selectively outsources the operational management of business critical applications and IT infrastructures for enterprise organisations across Europe, delivering certainty, confidence and agility at reduced cost.
Baja Broadband (acquired by TDS, 2013)
Baja Broadband, LLC, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, owns and operates broadband cable systems serving over 67,000 residential and commercial business customers in the West.
Brooks Fiber Properties (Competitive Access Provider) (acquired by MCI, 1997)
Investors in Brooks Fiber included M/C II, Centennial Ventures, Providence Equity Partners, and One Liberty Ventures. M/C's investment was $12.4 million made in 1993. The company held an initial public offering (IPO) in March of 1996 and was sold to WorldCom in 1997.
Cavalier Telephone (acquired by PAETEC, 2010)
Cavalier Telephone is bringing cutting edge technology to the communities we serve. Residential DSL, our exclusive Internet Caller ID, T-1's and direct fiber builds are just a few ways we are meeting the needs of area residents and businesses every day.
CSDVRS provides cutting-edge Video Relay Service technology empowering deaf and hard of hearing individuals to communicate with any hearing person through certified sign language interpreters.
Cellular One of East Texas (acquired by MTPCS, 2010)
Cellular One of East Texas was formed in 2004 to acquire the TX-11 A-band RSA from Cingular Wireless. The Company is a wireless carrier operating on a GSM network in East Texas markets including Lufkin and Nacodoches.
Crowley Cellular Telecom (MSA Cellular) (acquired by McCaw, US Cellular and others)
M/C I was the sole investor in this mobile wireless voice company with a $16.4 million investment made in 1986. Its individual markets were sold to cellular companies McCaw Cellular, U.S. Cellular, and others.
Frontiervision Cable (acquired by Adelphia, 1999)
Frontiervision was a cable television consolidation in the New England, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky markets. The company was acquired in 1999 by Adelphia for over $2 billion.
Fusepoint (acquired by Savvis, 2010)
We provide a complete range of managed hosting products and services that enable our customers to outsource their entire IT infrastructures. As an executive, you face ongoing challenges ranging from growing your business in an uncertain economy to improving consumer confidence while outpacing your competition. With so many other responsibilities, business leaders are recognizing that outsourcing their ever changing IT needs provides sound market advantages.
GTS CE is an innovative and expanding operator and has grown significantly in recent years through the constant addition of new customers, increased business with existing customers and the acquisition of other operators within the region – indeed our ability to do this underpins the very real strength of our strategy, services and customer satisfaction when compared to rival companies. For example, GTS CE acquired operators such as Contactel, Nextra and Telenor Networks, all of whom had been operating within the CEE marketplace and in competition with GTS.
HyPerformix (acquired by CA, 2010)
HyPerformix' integrated suite of solutions for Predictive IT Management™ enables IT organizations to make informed business decisions to predictably, efficiently, and dependably deliver good business outcomes, productivity and growth. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, HyPerformix has offices throughout the United States, Europe & Asia.
Lightower (acquired by private equity, 2013)
With core expertise in all aspects of site deployment, we deliver turnkey access to over 350 communications towers, over two million electric distribution poles, existing multi-carrier DAS networks and more than 525 sub-station locations where we can build towers.
Legendary Pictures (acquired by private equity, 2011)
Legendary Pictures is an independent production company that was founded in June 2005 to create, develop, co-produce, co-finance and distribute major motion pictures through a unique strategic partnership with Warner Bros.
Metro PCS (IPO, 2007)
MetroPCS, Inc. (formerly General Wireless), was formed in 1994 to acquire PCS licenses, build PCS networks, and to provide wireless PCS services in large metropolitan areas.
Mobi PCS was formed for the purpose of acquiring the 30 MHz PCS C Block license covering Honolulu, HI. The license covers all of the island of Oahu in Hawaii, and includes the Honolulu, HI Basic Trading Area.
NuVox Communications (acquired by WindStream, 2010)
NuVox Communications is a facilities-based competitive local exchange carrier targeting small and medium-sized customers large enough to be served through T-1 level access in the Midwest and Southeast. NuVox has consistently achieved growth and improved operating performance organically as well as through strategic mergers. NuVox merged with NewSouth, a CLEC serving several Southeastern states, in May 2004 and Florida Digital Network, a CLEC largely serving Florida and Georgia, in May 2007.
Phone Michigan (CLEC) (acquired by Ovation Communication, 1998)
M/C III was the sole investor in Phone Michigan, with an investment of $7.7 million made in 1996. It was merged with Ovation Communications and sold to McCleodUSA, a publicly traded company.
SpeechCycle (acquired by Synchronoss, 2012)
SpeechCycle is leading a new generation of speech self-service solutions – building on technology innovation to automate the kind of complex customer care issues that, until now, were considered out of the reach of speech. This allows call centers to achieve maximum levels of customer service at significantly reduced cost, while generating the valuable business intelligence that drives long-term customer retention.
TeleCorp Holding Corporation (PCS) (IPO, 1999)
Investors in Telecorp included M/C III, J.H. Whitney, J.P. Morgan, Hoag Capital, and Desai Capital. M/C's investment was $20 million made in 1996. The company held an initial public offering (IPO) and was eventually sold to AT&T Wireless.
Triad Cellular (RSA Cellular) (acquired by Western Wireless, 1997)
M/C II was the sole investor in Triad, with an investment of $22.8 million made in 1992. It was sold to Western Wireless (a publicly traded company).
Triton Cellular(acquired by RCC, 1999)
Triton Cellular provided mobile wireless services covering over 2 million people. Rural Cellular Corporation acquired Triton for $1.24 billion in 1999.
Western Wireless (acquired by Alltel, 2005)
Western Wireless was a rural cellular operator with markets in 19 states. The company was acquired in 2005 by Alltel for approximately $6 billion.
WNP Communications (acquired by XO, 1999)
WNP acquired LMDS spectrum from the FCC to provision high bandwidth wireless services. Nexlink Communications, the predecessor of XO Communications acquired WNP in 1999.
Zayo Bandwidth was formed in 2006 to provide bandwidth services to carriers, web-centric companies, public institutions and enterprises. Zayo, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Infrastructure Investments, LLC (CII), owns and operates fiber optic networks in various regions of the United States. Zayo's mission is to be a highly reliable and responsive bandwidth provider in those geographies where it has fiber networks.