Global Payments selects QTS for custom data center solution

QTS (Quality Technology Services), a provider of data
centers and managed services, announced that it has been selected by Global
Payments, an electronic payment processing services, for enterprise data center
services in QTS’ Atlanta Metro Data Center the second largest data center in
the world.

“QTS offered Global Payments a collaborative
approach to designing a custom data center solution to meet our specific
needs,” said Guido Sacchi, chief information officer Global Payments.

“As a company with stringent IT infrastructure
requirements, Global Payments is focused on sustaining growth while continuing
to provide superior service levels to our customers. The PowerBank product will
allow us to change our power commitments during the term of our contract while
still providing the stable, redundant and secure environment necessary to
support our business,” Sacchi added.

QTS’s PowerBank and PowerFlex products allow enterprise
customers to change power and space commitments during the term of their
contract, mitigating the risks associated with forecasting exact space and
power requirements years in advance.

PowerBank offers clients the opportunity to contract for
of the power and space they expect to need, with options to scale back footprint
and better align spending and infrastructure utilization in the event of
unforeseen business changes.

With 3.1 million square feet available in 12 facilities
coast-to-coast, QTS’ portfolio of data centers offers the size and scale for
customers needing flexibility and scalability to adjust to technology upgrades
and growth.

“We continue to see enterprise customers like Global
Payments who are looking to leverage the investments QTS has made in building
large, robust, secure and redundant data centers,” said Tesh Durvasula,
chief marketing and business officer, QTS.

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