The new facility will be QTS’ second mega data center in the DFW market. QTS opened its first mega data center in the DFW/Irving market in 2014. The latest acquisition allows QTS to provide its services to more healthcare, enterprise, technology and regional financial services companies in the area.
QTS Realty Trust has bought a 260,000 sq ft data center in Fort Worth, Texas, belonging to Health Care Services Corporation (HCSC). The deal also brings land for future expansion.
A Kansas-based data center company has bought a property in north Fort Worth. QTS Realty Trust paid about $50 million for Health Care Services Corp. data center on Park Vista Boulevard in the AllianceTexas development.
QTS Realty Trust has acquired a Dallas data center campus from the insurer Health Care Services Corp. for about $50 million, expanding its capacity in what is expected to be one of the hottest data center market in the US this year.
The multi-tenant datacenter operator’s critical facilities management services could help it source new customers for colocation as well as its hosting and cloud services
Furthering its efforts to offer both proprietary and open source private and multi-tenant clouds, QTS has expanded its portfolio with offerings based on Canonical’s distribution.
To support a range of economical high-bandwidth options and a variety of customer applications, QTS Realty Trust (NYSE: QTS), an international provider of data center, managed hosting and cloud services, is deploying Ciena’s® (NYSE: CIEN) Waveserver® stackable data center interconnect (DCI) platform. Ciena’s Waveserver will power QTS’ HyperConnect Platform.
QTS' Butch Goldi discusses all things data center and cloud related with Steven Julian and Mike Sammond from Gwinnett Business Radio.
When QTS Realty Trust Inc. – one of the fastest-growing data center companies in the world – decided to build a location in downtown Chicago, it needed the right development team. “A strong and reliable team is the foundation of our success,” Program Manager of Property Development for QTS Ryan Duncan declares.
When it comes to preventing cyberattacks, Williams said QTS differentiates itself from other providers through its fully integrated services platform “that contemplates the risk around cybersecurity and compliance for our customers.” Williams described the challenge of keeping customer data secure as an “ever-increasing, never-ending battle.”
According to QTS Data Centers, 80 percent of healthcare data will pass through the cloud by 2020 as healthcare organizations benefit from the cloud’s lower cost of ownership, increased security, disaster assistance, and ease of upgrading. Healthcare specific software providers that have developed specialized solutions to harness the power of the cloud will continue to drive innovation. An increasing number of innovative healthcare cloud solutions make it possible to gain near immediate value by unifying various disparate data stores to offer a live view into the key areas that require attention to succeed in a value-based care environment.
“NYMBUS is aggressively expanding its footprint in the market, for enabling banks and credit unions to radically simplify their core platform while powering the wide range of digital functions and scalability these institutions require,” said David Mitchell, president & chief revenue officer at NYMBUS. “QTS provides the premium foundation for hosting the private clouds on which our customers rely for maximum uptime, impenetrable security and full compliance.”