Cincinnati Bell Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides telecommunications and technology services. The company’s Wireline segment offers local voice services, including local telephone service, switched access, and value-added services, such as caller identification, voicemail, call waiting, and call return; and data services comprising high-speed Internet using digital subscriber line technology and over fiber using its gigabit passive optical network, as well as local area network services, network access, metro Ethernet, and asynchronous transfer mode data transport services. This segment’s services also comprise long distance and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services, such as long distance voice, audio conferencing, VoIP, and other broadband services; entertainment services that consist of television over fiber optic cable in limited areas, and DirecTV commissioning over the company’s operating area; and other services, such as wire installation for business enterprises, rental revenue, public payphones, and clearinghouse services. Its Wireless segment provides advanced digital wireless voice and data communications services through the wireless network in a licensed service territory, which includes Greater Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, and areas of northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. This segment offers postpaid and prepaid wireless subscription services; and wireless handset devices to customers to use its wireless services. The company’s Data Center Colocation segment offers data center colocation services to businesses. As of December 31, 2011, it owned and operated 20 data centers in Texas, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, England, and Singapore. The company’s IT Services and Hardware segment provides a range of managed IT solutions, including managed infrastructure services, IT and telephony equipment sales, and professional IT staffing services. Cincinnati Bell Inc. was founded in 1873 and is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.