The rising acceptance of financial technology (fintech) organizations, such as Venmo, Zelle, GoFundMe and Apple Wallet, adds to the surging amounts of data financial services organizations need to manage and protect. David McCall of QTS Realty Trust explores the changing needs of the financial services sector as it looks to protect a growing amount of data.
QTS Data Centers
QTS Data Centers are masters of retrofitting industrial facilities and transforming them into state-of-the-art data fortresses. Their ability to renovate buildings in infrastructure rich areas makes them cost-efficient while delivers their 3 C’s: cloud, colocation, and custom data centers.
Headquarters: Overland Park, KS
The list of the largest data center deals has been remade, with new entries at the top to reflect today’s acquisitions of CyrusOne and CoreSite. Here’s a look at the billion-dollar deals and the trends behind them.
Facebook’s growth and the industry’s approach to sustainability were the hot topics for September for readers of Data Center Frontier. Here are the 10 most popular stories in September 2021.
Facebook is pursuing a massive expansion of its data center infrastructure in Oregon, prompting developer QTS Data Centers to seek approvals for more renewable energy for its new campus in Hillsboro.
As Blackstone Infrastructure completes its record $10 billion deal to buy QTS Realty, we look at the major billion-dollar deals in the data center industry, and how they have shaped the sector over the past five years.
The top data center story for June was an easy call – the $10 billion acquisition of QTS Data Centers. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in June 2021.
COVID has created a global remote workforce that is accelerating interaction with digital services in all forms, consumption of video and social media. QTS Realty Trust’s Sean Baillie discusses what this means for the colocation and data center sector.
The Blackstone acquisition of QTS Realty for $10 billion is the biggest deal yet for the data center industry. On the DCF Show podcast, Rich Miller discusses what the Blackstone-QTS deal means for data center M&A, and what comes next.
Blackstone Infrastructure Partners will acquire QTS Realty Trust for $78 a share, valuing QTS at approximately $10 billion, the two companies said today. QTS operates more than 7 million square feet of data centers across North America and Europe.
Data center developers are scrambling to add capacity, as this year’s record leasing activity has consumed much of the available supply of server space. Several leading markets are seeing a boom in construction.