QTS: Irving DC5

6300 Longhorn Dr

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QTS has refiled plans for a data center known as DC5 in the Irving area of Dallas, Texas.

  • The $180 million project, located at 6300 Longhorn Drive in Irving, Dallas County, will see a 264,000 sq ft (24,525sqm) data center constructed.
  • The project, set to start in April 2024 and run until September 2025, will include office space, storage, critical power support spaces, and a screened equipment yard.

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0.07 miles QTS: Irving DC6
QTS has filed to build a new data center at 6300 Longhorn Drive in Irving, Dallas County.
0.11 miles QTS Irving DC3
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0.18 miles QTS Irving
In 2013 QTS acquired the former Maxim semiconductor plant. It was QTS's first data center in the Dallas market
0.19 miles QTS: Irving DC4
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2.39 miles PowerHouse: Irving, TX
PowerHouse plans to construct a data center facility in Irving, Texas. The ambitious project will span a vast area of 946,200 square feet.
5.68 miles Cyxtera Dallas DFW1
Centrally located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the campus has single-story purpose-built data centers and a two-story attached administrative building on a fiber-linked campus. The data center campus is located just 6 miles from Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW) and 14 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport.
6.00 miles Equinix Dallas DA9
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6.44 miles Centersquare: Webb Chapel DAL2
The Centersquare Dallas portfolio consists of two data centers located in Allen and Dallas providing close proximity to business hubs in downtown Dallas, Plano and Fort Worth.
6.54 miles Edged Energy: Dallas, Tx
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7.06 miles Prime: Dallas 3
Prime Data Centers is planning to develop a three-story, 96,800 sq ft (8,995 sqm) data center at 1455 Round Table Drive in Dallas County.
7.12 miles Evocative DA4
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7.15 miles Prime: Dallas, TX
In April 2023, Prime Data Centers discreetly added Dallas to its list of data center locations. The company now has a presence at 1515 Round Table Drive in Dallas, offering 6MW of capacity across a 106,865 square foot (9,930 square meter) facility.
7.15 miles Fiberhub DFW1
7.15 miles Prime: Dallas 2
Prime lists plans for a new 12MW, 96,475 sq ft facility at the adjacent 1517 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX.
7.21 miles CyrusOne Carrollton
60,000 SqFt of Office Space Power Density: 150–200+ watts/SqFt
7.26 miles CyrusOne Lewisville
Two independent power grids Onsite substation fed by 3 separate substations (Argyle, Carrollton, and Lewisville)
7.30 miles Lumen Dallas 6
7.58 miles Rackspace Grapevine DFW1
7.78 miles DataBank DFW6 Love Field
7.79 miles 8435 Stemmons - Digital Realty
8.03 miles DataBank DFW4 Empire Central
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8.26 miles CoreSpace Dallas
8.45 miles Verizon: 1300 W Mockingbird
Former XO facility
8.92 miles VAZATA Horizon Dallas (DAL II)
8.93 miles CenturyLink Dallas (3180 Irving)
9.06 miles neGma Dallas
9.20 miles 4849 Alpha - Digital Realty
9.34 miles 2440 Marsh - Digital Realty
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9.37 miles TierPoint Dallas (Colo4)
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9.39 miles HostPapa DFW1
9.39 miles QuadraNet Dallas
9.39 miles Contegix Dallas
11.10 miles DataBank DFW7 LBJ
11.32 miles Equinix Dallas DA11
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11.44 miles Verizon Dallas (Infomart)
11.44 miles Lumen Dallas 2
11.44 miles Flexential Dallas Infomart I-V
11.44 miles Cologix DAL1, DAL2, DAL3
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11.44 miles DataBank DFW5
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11.69 miles VAZATA Dallas (DAL I & III)
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11.69 miles 4025 Midway - Digital Realty
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11.95 miles H5 Colo
12.90 miles Hosting.com Dallas
13.07 miles Lumen Dallas 3
13.16 miles LOGIX Dallas (2323 Bryan)
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13.16 miles 2323 Bryan - Digital Realty
Digital Realty's 2323 Bryan Street is an internet gateway and carrier facility in Dallas. Located in the Central Business District (CBD), the building consists of 26 floors and approximately 477,000 SF of datacenter, PBB and office space. Telx (acquired by DRT) operated the building's Meet-Me Room (MMR). The 35,036 sqft MMR is in suite 2440.
13.16 miles Equinix Dallas DA4
13.16 miles Earthlink Dallas
13.17 miles Atlantic Metro Dallas DFW2
13.28 miles Provision Data Services
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13.29 miles Sprocket DAL1
13.33 miles Cogent: 400 S Akard
13.33 miles Lumen Dallas 4
13.33 miles DataBank Downtown Dallas DFW1
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13.33 miles Sprocket DAL2
13.33 miles 400 S Akard - Digital Realty
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13.33 miles Opus Interactive Dallas
13.41 miles 4101 Bryan Street
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14.03 miles Opus3
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14.61 miles Flexential Dallas (Synergy Park)
14.77 miles Mapletree: 1221 Coit
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15.35 miles STACK DFW01B
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16.04 miles Rackspace Richardson DFW3
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16.90 miles T5 Alliance Campus
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18.99 miles Colo@ Dallas
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19.14 miles Prime: DFW02-02
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19.26 miles Aligned Plano
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19.26 miles Prime: DFW02-03
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19.27 miles Prime: Garland, TX
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19.33 miles Aligned: DFW-02
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19.50 miles NTT: TX3
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19.51 miles NTT: TX4
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19.57 miles NTT TX2
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19.66 miles NTT Dallas TX1
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19.78 miles Stream DFW VII
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19.80 miles Mapletree: 3300 Essex
19.80 miles Stream DFW IV
19.81 miles Flexential Dallas (Plano)
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19.88 miles Digital Realty: 1505 Ferris
19.91 miles Digital Garland

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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]

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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.

References:


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

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