QTS Plans to Expand Irving Data Center Campus in Texas

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Leading data center solutions provider, QTS is planning to expand the Irving data center campus in Texas.

Popular news website ‘BizJournal’ reported that QTS plans a new building, known as DC5, at 6300 Longhorn Drive.

The cost of constructing the QTS Texas campus is estimated to be $180 million and will be accomplished by the end of 2023. QTS will build the Texas facility will be constructed on a 3337,190 sq ft data center building housing office space, storage, critical power support spaces, and a screened equipment yard.

The new campus will be on land opposite to currently existing Irving campus. QTS’s existing 55-acre Irving facility at 6431 Longhorn Drive offers 147MW of capacity. DC1&2 span 700,000 sq ft and offer 75.2MW of critical power, with DC spanning 415,900 sq ft and offering 43MW.

Meanwhile, QTS has bought land in New Jersey, Virginia, Netherlands, Arizona, and Georgia.

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