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QTS Atlanta is located in the area Atlanta, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 04-10-2010.
QTS (Quality Technology Services)
1033 Jefferson St
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With 990,000 square feet in total enclosed space, QTS Atlanta Metro Data Center is the second largest data center in the world. This massive facility features its own on-site Georgia Power substation and direct fiber access to a wide variety of carrier alternatives. The site is currently in the third phase of a multi-year expansion that will more than double its original 200,000 square feet of raised floor space. Atlanta Metro offers significant growth opportunities for clients across all QTS product lines, including Custom Data Center, Colocation, and Cloud Services.
As a leading national provider of data center solutions and fully managed services, QTS offers a complete, unique portfolio of core data center services, including Custom Data Center, Colocation and Cloud Services, providing the infrastructure you need today with the capability to easily expand to support future business initiatives. With a full array of managed services and carrier neutral connectivity to hundreds of providers, with QTS you can realize operational efficiencies, control costs and reduce risks associated with the management of IT environments.
FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS - our unique portfolio of core data center services and value added services coupled with financial flexibility allows QTS to structure complete solutions that meet both your technical and budget requirements.
SECURE FACILITIES - robust, redundant and protected facilities with highly trained personnel that adhere to strict security procedures guarantees security and reliability.
REAL-TIME VISIBILITY - the QTS portal presents comprehensive views into the performance of your service components providing the needed visibility and control for your business applications.
EXPERT SUPPORT - QTS ITIL certified operations personnel and monitoring systems support all services and ensure maximum availability and uptime.
With 12 locations in seven states, QTS owns, operates and manages more than 3.1 million square feet of secure, state-of-the-art data center infrastructure. We choose to own and operate our facilities enabling the utmost in flexibility, scalability, and security needed to support your rapidly evolving infrastructure demands of web and IT applications.
QTS data centers are designed and built with reliability, redundancy and resiliency in mind. We start with fully-redundant high-density power and cooling capacities, add fully integrated UPS systems, link site-wide security and fire protection systems, and enable comprehensive visibility through our customer portal to provide secure, dependable infrastructure for our customers' web services.
All Quality Data Centers provide mission critical electrical, mechanical, and high capacity network systems. QTS's trained staff includes facility and electrical maintenance engineers, data center operations experts, network architects and security officers committed to providing on-site 24x7x365 support and operations for our facilities. This crucial design philosophy is built into our product to minimize service disruption and ensure the highest level of customer service available. It is this level of experience and proven track record that sets QTS apart from the rest of the industry.
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