Mega Data Center’s Location and Security Continue to Attract Customers
Former Semiconductor Plant Features World-Class Infrastructure
Data Center Leader Approved for Use by Federal Agencies
Information Security and Compliance Leader Completes Annual Independent Audits
Leading Cloud Provider First to Earn Compliance Through CSP Supply Path
Data Center Leader’s Expertise Delivers Higher Performance and Operational Efficiency
Event Highlights Data Center Leaders Commitment to Advancing Healthcare IT
Strong Demand for State-of-the-Art Data Center in Growing Dallas-Fort Worth Market
Cloud Service Provider Shows Significant FedRAMP Readiness
Community and Business Leaders Tour Newest Facility As Part of QTS’ Coast-to-Coast Expansion
Data Center Leader to Host Dedication and Opening October 15
Data Center Leader Leverages Expertise for Private Data Center Owners
Data Center Leader’s Managed Hosting Solution Supports International Retailer’s Growth Needs
Next Generation Offering Allows Customers to Manage Business Continuity
QTS will present sessions related to cloud computing for federal agencies with its partner HyTrust. HyTrust is the exclusive provider of virtual security appliances for QTS’ Enterprise Cloud and Federal Cloud, which are based on the VMware vCloud® Suite and launched earlier this year.
Cloud Platform Enhancements Support Evolving Hybrid IT Environments
State-of-the-Art Facility to Open With Custom Data Center, Colocation and Cloud and Managed Service Customers
Industry Leader Accelerates Diversified Growth Strategy with Addition of Large-Scale Facility in Top Data Center Market
QTS was featured by 451 Research for its steady growth in its Richmond data center and for its emphasis on compliance.
“Our people are key to providing a premium customer experience that is unmatched in the data center industry,” said Jim Reinhart, chief operating officer, operations and development– QTS. “The strength of our QTS Dallas-Fort Worth team allows us to deliver the service and peace of mind that our customers require.”
QTS has received OIX-2 certification for its Atlanta-Metro, Atlanta-Suwanee and Richmond data centers. The certification is awarded by the Open-IX Association (OIX), a non-profit, neutral body of volunteers from the Internet created to improve the landscape of Internet peering and interconnection in the United States.
QTS has been officially approved to begin the FedRAMP Provisional Authorization process
Forum designed to provide QTS’ invited guests with an insider's perspective from leading experts on the latest trends in information and cyber security and the top compliance issues facing enterprises today.
QTS’ High Density Solutions will provide up to 16kW of power per colocation cabinet and up to 48kW per cage, which is four times the industry standard. The scalable power options will benefit customers who run process-intensive applications and those who simply desire the most efficient space and power management for their cabinets and racks.