The latest news on one of the industry's fastest growing data center companies.
FAIR Health requires flexible and scalable IT infrastructure to support a variety of data products, analytical tools and processing systems utilized by insurers and self-insurers, third-party claims administrators, employers, providers, hospitals and healthcare systems, government agencies, researchers and others.
Clint Heiden has joined the Company as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO), effective today. In this role, Mr. Heiden will lead QTS' Hybrid Colocation Sales and Marketing organization. Mr. Heiden will report directly to QTS' Chief Executive Officer, Chad Williams.
The QTS Partner Program recognizes partners for their ability to sell solutions that align with QTS' business strategy and expertise in both hybrid colocation and hyperscale data center solutions.
"Today we are launching a restructuring plan to position QTS for accelerated future growth by re-focusing our organization around the two primary drivers of demand in our business, Hyperscale and Hybrid Colocation," said Chad Williams, Chairman and CEO - QTS. "In addition, by simplifying our business and cost structure we anticipate achieving a meaningful increase in our profitability and long-term value for shareholders."
QTS has been named one of two data center outsourcing providers for U.S.-based clients of global IT services leader CSC (NYSE: CSC).
Carpathia - a QTS Company, announced that it has achieved an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for colocation services at Carpathia’s ultra-secure, northern Virginia Vault facility, one of the industry’s most advanced data centers built to meet a superset of federal compliance and security mandates.
QTS enhanced High Density Solutions for its colocation customers who require maximum power management in a small footprint.