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

QTS Logo
Headquarters:
12851 Foster Street, Overland Park, KS 66213
Stock:
NYSE: QTS
Revenue:
$446 million in 2017
Linkedin:
Careers:
Company Type:
Carrier-Neutral

QTS Data Center Map


QTS Locations


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QTS Ashburn (Carpathia)
21701 Filigree Ct
Ashburn, VA
Located in Ashburn: Data Center Alley
  • 17,650 Gross SqFt
  • 2.2 Megawatts

QTS acquired this site via the Carpathia acquisition in 2015

QTS Harrisonburg
1175 N Main Street
Harrisonburg, VA
Located in Virginia
  • 40.0 Megawatts

The site is also known as the Blue Ridge Data Center when it was owned by Carpathia.

QTS Phoenix
120 East Van Buren Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Located in Phoenix
  • 108,000 Gross SqFt

QTS's site is former Carpathia operated space and is located with in the 120 E Van Buren Carrier Hotel.

QTS Dulles (The Vault)
1506 Moran Road
Dulles, VA 20166
Located in Northern Virginia
  • 64,000 Gross SqFt
  • 2.52 Megawatts

QTS acquired this site via the Carpathia acquisition in 2015.

QTS Piscataway
101 Possumtown Road
Piscataway NJ 08854
Located in New Jersey
  • 180,000 Gross SqFt
  • 18.2 Megawatts

The site was acquired from Dupont Fabros in June 2016 for $125 million. It was previously known as "DuPont Fabros NJ1" when owned by Dupont.

QTS Atlanta Metro
1033 Jefferson Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
Located in Atlanta
  • 453,000 Gross SqFt
  • 72.0 Megawatts

A massive 970,000 sqft data center is one of the largest in the world.

QTS Atlanta Suwanee
300 Satellite Boulevard NW
Suwanee, GA 30024
Located in Atlanta
  • 205,600 Gross SqFt
  • 36.0 Megawatts

The QTS Atlanta-Suwanee Data Center has 370,000 sq. ft. of data center and office space in the north suburbs of Atlanta

QTS Chicago
2800 S. Ashland Ave
Chicago, IL 60608
Located in Chicago
  • 48,000 Gross SqFt
  • 6.0 Megawatts

The campus was a former Sun Times Press Facility and was acquired in 2014

QTS Dallas Fort Worth
14100 Park Vista Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76177
Located in Dallas
  • 40,000 Gross SqFt
  • 18.0 Megawatts

QTS's Forth Worth site is the company's second data center the Dallas Market.

QTS Jersey City
95 Christopher Columbus Drive 16th Floor
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Located in New Jersey
  • 51,000 Gross SqFt
  • 1.25 Megawatts

Photos


The sites as 2 megawatts of solar capacity on-site.
The semiconductor manufacturing facility 'bones' provides an excellent weight-bearing structure for the data center
Phase 1 has 6 MW of power and 48,000 square feet of raised floor space
In a gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger, the fluids run counter-currently through the heat exchanger. The hot liquid normally enters through one of the upper connections and leaves through the...
The sites as 2 megawatts of solar capacity on-site.
QTS Piscataway with Solar Panels on Roof
Posted in QTS Piscataway

The sites as 2 megawatts of solar capacity on-site.

Source: Dupont Fabros
Exterior View of QTS Piscataway
Posted in QTS Piscataway
Aerial Rendering of QTS's Irving Data Center
Posted in QTS Irving Source: Walker Engineering
The semiconductor manufacturing facility 'bones' provides an excellent weight-bearing structure for the data center
Flooring Structure Exposed During Renovation
Posted in QTS Irving

The semiconductor manufacturing facility 'bones' provides an excellent weight-bearing structure for the data center

Front Door Entrance
Posted in QTS Irving
Aerial Rendering of QTS's Irving Data Center
Posted in QTS Irving Source: QTS
QTS's Site in Sandston (Richmond)
Posted in QTS Richmond
QTS Sacramento at 1100 N Market Blvd
Posted in QTS Sacramento Source: QTS
Diagram of QTS's Site in Chicago
Posted in QTS Chicago Source: QTS
Exterior View of QTS's Chicago Building
Posted in QTS Chicago Source: QTS
Raw Space Ready for Build-out
Posted in QTS Chicago Source: Bisnow/Dees Stribling
Lobby Entrance
Posted in QTS Chicago
Phase 1 has 6 MW of power and 48,000 square feet of raised floor space
QTS Chicago Site Layout
Posted in QTS Chicago

Phase 1 has 6 MW of power and 48,000 square feet of raised floor space

Source: QTS
KyotoCooling System
Posted in QTS Chicago
Chicago SunTimes Building Before QTS's Acquisition
Posted in QTS Chicago
Kyoto Units Installed on the Roof
Posted in QTS Chicago Source: Mission Critical Magazine
Under Construction at 22271 Broderick Drive in Ashburn
Posted in QTS Ashburn 1 Source: QTS
Site Plan Diagram of QTS's Ashburn 1 Site
Posted in QTS Ashburn 1 Source: QTS
Aerial View of QTS's Ashburn Data Center
Posted in QTS Ashburn 1
Pre-Construction Rendering of the Facility at 22271 Broderick Drive
Posted in QTS Ashburn 1
Cooling Infrastructure
Posted in QTS Atlanta Suwanee
Front of Building and Parking Area
Posted in QTS Atlanta Suwanee
Colocation Room at QTS Suwanee
Posted in QTS Atlanta Suwanee
A Technician Rides a Bike Down a Data Center Aisle
Posted in QTS Atlanta Suwanee Source: QTS
Entrance to the QTS Atlanta Metro Facility
Posted in QTS Atlanta Metro
Cooling Tower on the Roof
Posted in QTS Atlanta Metro Source: JE Dunn
Large Colocation Room
Posted in QTS Atlanta Metro Source: JE Dunn
In a gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger, the fluids run counter-currently through the heat exchanger. The hot liquid normally enters through one of the upper connections and leaves through the...
Gasketed Plate and Frame Heat Exchanger
Posted in QTS Atlanta Metro

In a gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger, the fluids run counter-currently through the heat exchanger. The hot liquid normally enters through one of the upper connections and leaves through the connection underneath. The cold liquid enters through one of the lower connections and leaves through the connection above.

As the fluids pass through the heat exchanger, heat is transferred from the hot media to the cold media.