It is imperative in today’s fast-paced data center environment that product and service innovations be rolled out quickly and safely. A new white paper from QTS explains how microservices have boosted the speed, flexibility, and resilience of their proprietary Service Delivery Platform (SDP).
Sean Baillie, Executive Vice President, Connectivity at QTS Data Centers explains how digital transformation is putting more pressure on data center providers to provide a flawless experience for a variety of end users in a constantly scaling environment.
A new report from QTS Data Centers explore the symbiotic relationship between data center technology and agriculture, and the impact tech will have on the future of farming. The white paper shares on the need for robust, low-latency connectivity to support the future of farming.
As the data center industry continues to grow, QTS notes that “the data center industry has an escalating responsibility to implement forward-looking initiatives that conserve energy and water, and minimize waste.” A new report from QTS explores how to explore how sustainble data centers and the colocation industry can more us toward a greener future.
David McCall, Chief Innovation Officer at QTS Realty Trust, explores the connections between data centers and the growing eSport industry, including data center’s place in the surging market, bandwidth and latency requirements, and more.
A new case study from QTS explores how Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) — which helps companies around the world address complex business issues to boost their productivity and performance — used integrating colocation services with business operations to increase data center visibility drives cost savings and time efficiencies.
A new report from QTS points out that the data center industry may have “lagged behind the curve” when it comes to digital innovation. But that may be changing, as business needs and customer expectations continue to ramp up and change at a rapid pace.
Recently the Waffle House business turned to colocation, through provider QTS, to achieve its IT and data infrastructure needs. These include, according to the QTS, extended value over what could be achieved internally, quick delivery in terms of risk exposure, better resource allocation and more. The full report, “Data Center Services: A Story of Build Versus Buy,” courtesy of QTS, explores the decisioning process to keep data services internal, or whether to use a colocation provider.