QTS Network Access Points (NAPs)

Where data center, subsea fiber and terrestrial networks converge. QTS NAPs are the ideal data centers where services utilizing subsea cables can peer and interconnect, making them the ideal ubiquitous global interconnection hubs in the U.S.

QTS Richmond NAP

The MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables terminate in Richmond, VA, making this city an emerging interconnection hub.

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QTS NJ NAP

Ubiquitous global interconnection hub in the Northeast features access to 10 subsea cables including the new AEC-2.

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QTS Hillsboro NAP

Our 250 megawatt data center will access the world's largest IP networks and subsea cables on day one.

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The MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables terminate in Richmond, VA, making this city an emerging interconnection hub.

Ubiquitous global interconnection hub in the Northeast features access to 10 subsea cables including the new AEC-2.

Our 250 megawatt data center will access the world's largest IP networks and subsea cables on day one.

QTS NAPS

In the realm of global connectivity, geography matters.

The QTS Richmond NAP is as close as you can get to Virginia Beach and still transact in a major NAP, the QTS NJ NAP is far enough inland to be shielded from natural disasters and the QTS Hillsboro NAP has access to seven major subsea cable landing stations in the Northwest.

Increasing demand for geographic internet diversity

QTS’ commitment to establishing Network Access Points supports the charter of the Internet Ecosystem Innovation Committee (IEIC); an independent committee that promotes Internet diversity through the formation of global Internet nexus points. IEIC’s charter is to utilize innovation and influence within the IEIC’s collective participants and industries to geographically harden Internet infrastructure ensuring the Internet will continue to stimulate economic development opportunities in communities around the globe propelling the digital economy on a local and global basis.

local connectivity to global infrastructure

At 1.5 million square feet, the Richmond NAP is the fourth largest data center. 

Ashburn Bypass

The QTS Richmond NAP offers the closest connectivity ecosystem available to Virginia Beach.

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