QTS Eemshaven

Huibertgatweg 2

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Located in the Green Data Port of Eemshaven, home to the largest wind park on Dutch soil. QTS Eemshaven further expands QTS’ international footprint in a unique location with multiple megawatts of available power including a mix of renewable energy sources.

Building Specifications

• 113,000 sq. ft. of white space
• Adjacent owned land enables future growth capacity
• 36MW utility power (2N)
• 24MW total critical power capacity dependent on configuration
• Configuration options: N, 2N, N+1
• 21 DRUPS units and 26 generators provide minimum 24 hour backup coverage
• Abundant green energy options available


• Cooling designed in an N+1 configuration
• 10 centrifugal chillers and cooling towers
• 146 CRAH units
• Fully automated building management system providing control, monitoring and alarm of critical building functions
• Water-side economizers provide free cooling during low temperature ambient conditions


• Landfall point for high-capacity Netherlands to UK subsea cable
• Direct link to the GN-IX (Groningen Internet Exchange)
• Linked with Amsterdam Internet Exchange through dark fiber connection
• Fiber optic connections available


• Security guards on-site 24x7x365
• Closed circuit video cameras provide extensive coverage of interior and exterior building areas

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0.87 miles TCN Eemshaven
0.89 miles Google Eemshaven Netherlands
18.83 miles Datacenter Groningen
18.97 miles TCN Groningen
18.97 miles QTS Groningen
19.14 miles Rekenhal CIT
19.59 miles Bytesnet Groningen

QTS Eemshaven Data Center Photos

Exterior of the Eemshaven facility

Operating Company

Company History:

  • 2003: QTS was founded by Chad Williams with its first data center in Overland Park in Kansas
  • 2003: Company acquired first data center in Overland Park, KS
  • 2005 QTS acquired Atlanta Suwanee data center
  • 2010 Acquired their Richmond facility
  • 2013: When public (IPO) and started trading under the symbol QTS on the NYSE.
  • 2014 Expanded with Chicago and Princeton data centers
  • May 2015: QTS acquires Carpathis Hosting for $326 million. [1] The transaction increases QTS's ability to serve IaaS and Government clients. Additionally the transaction provides a number of deployments within Equinix facilities. [2] [3]


QTS maintains three different operational headquarters. The corporate headquarters are in Overland Park, KS. The operational headquarters are in Suwanee, GA. Carpathia headquarters have remained in Dulles, VA to better serve government clients.


1. PR Newswire May 6, 2015
2. The Whir article July 5, 2012
3. The Whir article Feb 28, 2011

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