QTS chief technology officer Simon Tusha says the cost of power is transforming the economics of building and operating data centers. Tusha says it doesn’t make sense to build data centers with less than 30 megawatts of power capacity. Read More
QTS (Quality Technology Services)
QTS (Quality Technology Services) today announced the completion of its expansion in Santa Clara, Calif., which follows an additional $25 million investment into the company by private equity firm General Atlantic, which is supporting the national expansion of QTS’ data center footprint. Read More
QTS has bought a huge former semiconductor plant near Richmond, Virginia and plans to convert it into one of the world’s largest data center campuses. The company has acquired the 1.3 million square foot Qimonda plant. Read More
QTS (Quality Technology Services) today announced the appointment of data center industry veteran Tesh Durvasula as Chief Marketing and Business Officer. Read More
Quality Technology Services said Tuesday that it will build out an additional 130,000 square feet of raised floor data center space in its massive Metro data center in downtown Atlanta. Read More
Quality Technology Services said today that it has received a $150 million investment from private equity firm General Atlantic LLC, and will use the funds to invest in data center infrastructure and continued development of its managed services platform. Read More
Quality Technology (QTS) has quietly built a national chain of 11 data center facilities with more than 2.5 million square feet of space through acquisitions of facilities and customers from eDeltaCom, IBM, NTT America and Globix. Read More
A “catastrophic” UPS failure caused a power outage Thursday at a Santa Clara data center operated by Quality Technology Services, triggering lengthy problems for the social network Friendster. Read More
Quality Technology Services continues to expand, and has opened a new data center in Miami, Florida.
Quality Technology Services announced today that it has purchased a 120,000 square foot data center in Santa Clara, Calif.