Richmond Network Access Point

Where data center, subsea fiber and terrestrial networks converge

The MAREA and BRUSA cables terminate in Richmond, VA making it an emerging interconnection hub delivering the lowest latency connectivity and highest capacity from new subsea cables

QTS and Telxius Map

Global Organizations are Set to Benefit

Henrico County has a rich tapestry of existing fiber networks, internet exchanges, SDN networks and data centers serving thousands of customers. The recent arrival of the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables, which terminate in Henrico County, is a transformative event that has opened the European, Latin and South American markets to the region via the lowest latency and highest capacity ever deployed between the continents. The only place all of these networks are available to peer with each other is the QTS Richmond NAP. This historic confluence of domestic and international connectivity has established the region as an international business destination, setting the stage for the next wave of investment and economic growth.

Local Connectivity to Global Infrastructure

At 1.5 million sq. ft., QTS Richmond is the world's fourth largest data center

Ashburn Bypass

Unless you have to route through Ashburn, these cables can now get you more places faster

Available only at QTS

The cables terminate exclusively in QTS Richmond

QTS Peering and Data Exchange

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Inaugural QTS Richmond NAP Summit

Industry-leaders from around the globe participated in interactive panels covering a variety of topics, including subsea cabling, peering, interconnection and the economic impact to Henrico County.