Crains Chicago: Anderson Pacific is back in the fiber business

Chicago-based telecom provider Anderson Pacific Group is getting back into the fiber-optic game. Anderson Pacific, which owned a fiber-optic network between Denver and Omaha, merged that business, called Near North Partners, with Neutral Path Communications, a Minnetonka, Minn.-based owner of... Read more »

Anderson Pacific and Neutral Path Partner to Expand Gigabit Plus Broadband Availability from Denver to Omaha to Minneapolis.

Chicago, IL   (August 25, 2015) Anderson Pacific Corporation, through its affiliate Near North Partners, LLC, has joined with Neutral Path Communications, LLC a premier provider of high capacity communications transport services in the Midwest, completing a merger of assets that expands both the c... Read more »

Lightower Acquires ColocationZone, Enterprise-Class Data Center in Chicago

Located downtown in the 725 South Wells data center,  Lightower continues aggressive expansion in Chicago Area BOXBOROUGH, MA — March 11, 2015 — Lightower Fiber Networks, the premier provider of custom, high-capacity network services that ensure optimal application and business pe... Read more »

T-Mobile’s hunt for 700 MHz A-Block spectrum yields deal with I-700

August 4, 2014 | By Phil Goldstein At least one of the deals T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS) recently engaged in to get more 700 MHz A Block spectrum was with I-700 A Block LLC for two spectrum licenses in the Midwest, according to an FCC filing. The licenses are for the Evansville-Henderson area in ... Read more »

Crains – FiberLink sells to Zayo

Local investor sells Chicago-Denver fiber network   October 07, 2013 Christoper Jensen   During the depths of the telecom bust, Ken Anderson and Christopher Jensen bought an unused fiber-optic network that had been built between Chicago and Denver, betting that demand ... Read more »

Zayo Group buys Chicago-based FiberLink

By Beth Potter October 7, 2013 BOULDER - Zayo Group LLC bought FiberLink LLC in Chicago, the company said Monday. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Zayo, a Boulder-based telecommunication infrastructure company, used funds from a $250 million revolving credit fac... Read more »

Herald Times – Bloomington’s Sproutbox helps turn entrepreneurs’ ideas into companies

By Rod Spaw - Chris Jensen is a venture capitalist by profession, the managing principal of a Chicago investment firm that specializes in telecommunications, media and software industries. So when he began looking for a partner to develop a product idea of his own, he was surprised by one nam... Read more »

The Wall Street Journal – Protecting Vital Documents

By ELLEN E. SCHULTZ - When my great-uncle Creighton Cornwell was visiting his family in Nevada in 1991, his entire Oakland, Calif., neighborhood was incinerated in a wildfire. He salvaged a single teacup. Mr. Cornwell, then 87 years old, kept a few records in a safe-deposit box, such as a mar... Read more »

Naples Daily News – Naples entrepreneur out to get a lock on web-based document storage, security

By Scott Clair - NAPLES — All successful businesses have the same beginning: a great idea. Christopher Jensen, a 30-year-old venture capitalist and Naples native, believes he has one. It's called, described on its website as "a secure document storage platform" — basicall... Read more »


CHICAGO, IL. (May 1, 2012)—VaultWorthy, a secure online document storage platform is designed to organize and protect critical documents while allowing trusted advisors including family members, accountants and attorneys access to documents when needed. VaultWorthy stores valuable documents in... Read more »
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