QTS Unveils High Density Power Solutions for Its Colocation Clients

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QTS Realty Trust, one of the largest and fastest growing providers of colocation and managed cloud hosting in the United States, has announced enhanced High Density Solutions for its colocation customers. QTS’ High Density Solutions will provide up to 16kW of power per colocation cabinet and up to 48kW per cage.

colocation-usa-qtsQTS’ High Density Solutions are available at the company’s Atlanta-Metro and Atlanta-Suwanee data centers, with six other QTS data centers expected to offer the service in the third quarter of 2014.

The scalable power options will benefit customers who run process-intensive applications and those who simply desire the most efficient space and power management for their cabinets and racks.

The addition of QTS’ High Density Solutions also address the needs of enterprises using the latest blade servers, networking gear and those running applications that require increasing amounts of processing, like SaaS or web-based applications.

Increase efficiency

“Efficient resource management is vital to our colocation customers and our High Density Solutions are designed to increase efficiency,” said Jim Reinhart, chief operating officer, development and operations, QTS. “From guaranteed power and effective cooling to streamlined equipment and cable management, QTS’ High Density Solutions help our customers optimize their data center investment.”

QTS partnered with Subzero Engineering, a company specialized in airflow management solution subset engineering, to design the high density colocation spaces.

With 10 data centers in seven states, QTS owns, operates and manages approximately 3.8 million square feet of data center infrastructure for delivering its colocation and managed cloud hosting infrastructure.