Venture Smarter with Cincinnati Bell
With over 140 years of communications experience and over 8,000 miles in fiber network investments, Cincinnati Bell is a proven leader in paving the way to deliver high-speed Internet solutions.
Cincinnati bell Solutions
Enhance productivity, employee collaboration and customer experience with secure, public & private Wi-Fi solutions.
- Fully-managed wireless platform
- Cloud-based management puts you in control
- 24x7 monitoring and expert engineering support
Whether you need the highest speed available for your budget, or to securely transmit mission-critical data around the world, Cincinnati Bell Business has a wide range of Internet solutions to meet your specific business needs, including:
- Fioptics High-Speed Internet
- Dedicated Internet
- Ethernet Services
- IP/VPN Services
video clips featuring CBTS experts
At the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit, Venture Smarter curated a panel of experts and practitioners to explore how a foundational layer of connectivity and data-driven planning can drive smart city success stories.
At the 2017 Smart Regions Conference, CBTS's Rob Scott explores the Light Up Cincinnati and Connect Cincy efforts that bring free wireless internet to residents and visitors in and around downtown Cincinnati. View the Smart Regions Conference Event Recap, Smart Regions Annual Report, and upcoming events at smartregions.org.
At the 2017 Smart Regions Conference, national leaders with alternative approaches discuss how they are building smart cities, states, and regions using connected technologies and policy to lead the way. Jamie Sullivan (AT&T), Rob Scott (CBTS), Greg Dunn (Ice Miller), Russ Middleton (smartLINK) and Zack Huhn (Venture Smarter). View the Smart Regions Conference Event Recap, Smart Regions Annual Report, and upcoming events at smartregions.org.
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Rob Scott, senior director of mobile strategy, Cincinnati Bell, talks about how the utility company has worked to help provide broadband to homes to help low-income families acquire internet access.
Video via TechRepublic who joined us at the first Smart Cincy Summit in April 2017 to officially launch Regional Smart Cities Initiatives.
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Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB) (the “Company” or “Cincinnati Bell”), today announced the Company has completed its acquisition of Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc. (“Hawaiian Telcom”), the leading integrated communications provider serving Hawaiʻi, and the state’s fiber-centric technology leader.
The City of Covington KY will continue its urban revival with plans to create the foundation of what will become a smart city success story. The city has partnered with Cincinnati Bell to provide free public WiFi to residents as they move about the downtown core. This will likely lead to other smart city projects ranging from parking solutions to smart lighting.
In 2017, the inaugural Smart Cities Summit focused on starting the conversation between stakeholders and decision makers from around the region to identify goals that will transform the Cincinnati region into a Smart City. On Thursday, April 26, at Union Hall in Over-the-Rhine, the Summit returns to highlight the progress made in the last year and to keep the momentum going.
The University of Cincinnati President Neville Pinto and Cincinnati Bell CEO Leigh Fox recently signed a 10-year partnership agreement that includes a corporate innovation center within UC’s new 1819 Innovation Hub, and a direct link between UC students and Cincinnati Bell’s technical talent.