The latest news on one of the industry's fastest growing data center companies.
In late 2017, QTS introduced the industry’s first software-defined orchestration platform that empowers customers to interact with their data and QTS services by providing real-time visibility, access, and dynamic control of critical metrics across hybrid IT environments from a single platform. QTS is committed to the digitization of its end-to-end systems and processes to enable new ways for its customers and employees to interact with QTS’ platform and accelerate the deployment of new products and solutions.
In the span of 18 days, QTS collaborated with Cloudalize engineers to deploy a secure high-density colocation environment supporting 31 Kw/rack with containment and computational fluid dynamics (CFDs) for cooling. It features highly resilient blended network connectivity required for GPU powered Desktop-as-a-Service uptime and availabilty.
New and updated features include: Power Analytics, Asset Manager, online ordering of both Cross Connects and Remote Hands and Eyes. The company also announced that QTS’ SDP is being accessed and utilized by a majority of QTS’ customers.
QTS Service Delivery Platform (SDP), the industry’s first platform engineered to support integrated hybrid IT needs. New features include: online ordering for Remote Hands and Eyes (RHE), sensor analytics, CloudAnalyst, hybrid cloud management platform integration and a mobile application.
The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and online retailing are driving demand for increased computing power and capacity. Large enterprises and public cloud providers, known as hyperscale companies, are constantly monitoring the need to scale with additional capacity quickly and affordably. While some hyperscale companies are consuming significant concentrated megawatt deployments, QTS has seen a trend toward hyperscale companies taking multiple small block deployments over a period of time to reduce risk and increase agility.
QTS today announced the launch of QTS Service Delivery Platform (SDP), the industry’s first platform engineered to support integrated hybrid IT needs.