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Responding to increasing demand for mission critical data center capacity in downtown Chicago, QTS Realty Trust (NYSE: QTS), an international provider of data centers, managed hosting and cloud services, today announced that its new, 317,000 square foot mega data center in downtown Chicago will open July 1.
QTS will exhibit at Data Center Dynamics (DCD) as-a-Service conference October 27-28. The two-day conference takes place in Chicago, where construction is underway on QTS’ mega data center located in high-demand IT corridor south of downtown.
QTS commemorated the one-year anniversary of its Dallas-Fort Worth mega data center opening on October 15.
QTS is off to a strong start with customers occupying 26,000 square feet of Phase I raised floor, which officially opened October 15.
QTS celebrated the official grand opening of its Dallas-Fort Worth mega data center October 15, 2014. More than 200 local business leaders, QTS customers and staff attended the event including Gerald Farris, Mayor Pro Tem of Irving, Texas, who made opening remarks.
QTS has pre-sold approximately 26,000 square feet of raised floor at its new Dallas-Fort Worth mega data center ahead of the facility’s third quarter opening.
QTS has completed the acquisition of the former Sun Times Press facility, a 317,000 square foot building located on 30 acres in downtown Chicago, for approximately $18 million.
QTS is announcing key moves as part of the new QTS Dallas-Fort Worth team. These professionals bring over 50 years of data center and critical facility management experience to expand the team.