QTS Princeton

159 Princeton-Hightstown Road East Windsor

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Data Center Notes:


  • QTS acquired the 194 acre campus for $75 million.[1]
  • The campus includes a 50 acre solar field that can produce 14.1 MW.
  • Purpose built 12 MW data center with plans to expand by 18 MW for McGraw Hill Financial (MHFI).

References:


1. Marketwatch article July 2, 2014

Power:


  • 14.1 MW of solar power
  • The solar field has an estimated annual carbon reduction of nearly 14,000 tons.

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159 Princeton-Hightstown Road East Windsor
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6.29 miles Agile Princeton NJ
AGILE Princeton is conveniently located, 45 minutes via car or train from both New York & Philadelphia and just 5 miles from the Princeton Junction train station.
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17.63 miles Keystone NAP
Keystone’s facility is a repurposed former steel mill, which was converted into a data center building, was once the largest vertically integrated steel production site in the U.S.
17.78 miles BNY Mellon Somerset
17.89 miles CyrusOne Somerset
Phase 1 is 50,000 gross sqft at full build out the facility will have 330,00 gross sqft. The total building's sqft is 430,000sqft and sits on 22.5 acres
18.02 miles Morgan Stanley Somerset
18.08 miles Rackspace Belmont NYC2
18.08 miles OneNeck Somerset
18.33 miles Rackspace Somerset NYC1
1.2 MW UPS Power Capacity N+N Redundancy
18.56 miles Digital Fortress Piscataway
19.24 miles DataBank Piscataway EWR2
19.32 miles Open Data Centers Piscataway
19.44 miles Atlantic Metro EWR7
19.44 miles Cyxtera Piscataway EWR3-B
The Piscataway facility was formerly known as NJ4.
19.44 miles 365 S Randolphville - Digital Realty
19.47 miles QTS Piscataway
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19.50 miles 1115 Centennial Ave: Digital Realty
19.61 miles 3 Corporate - Digital Realty
3 Corporate Place contains approximately 135,000 square feet of state-of-the-art data center space and 25,000 square feet of office space. It offers 26 MW of utility power capacity.
19.61 miles Cyxtera Piscataway EWR3-A
19.74 miles LexusNexis Edison NJ
19.74 miles Iron Mountain New Jersey
Iron Mountain's site is in Edison, NJ. Iron Mountian acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 IO sites

QTS Princeton Data Center Photos


Mechanical Room
Source: QTS
The QTS Princeton Solar Array is a 14.1 Megawatt Photovoltaic System, one of the largest, privately owned, net metered photovoltaic systems in the Western Hemisphere. The Solar Array occupies appro...

QTS Princeton Solar Array is a 14.1 Megawatt Photovoltaic System

The QTS Princeton Solar Array is a 14.1 Megawatt Photovoltaic System, one of the largest, privately owned, net metered photovoltaic systems in the Western Hemisphere. The Solar Array occupies approximately 50 acres of a 194 acre campus. The PV system contains over 57,000 solar modules, 24 power inverters and was constructed on a portion of the campus that was previously used for an agricultural purpose. The project site is surrounded on two sides by existing residential neighborhoods which resulted in the need to address both the visual and the physical impact of the extensive renewable energy facility on the adjacent community.


Front of the unassuming building

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]

Headquarters:


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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qts-princeton-data-sheet August 2019

Princeton Data Sheet (PDF)