QTS has been busy adding to its connectivity ecosystem. The data center operator has this week added new fiber options in facilities on two continents, one from MBC and the other from Tampnet.
Over in the Netherlands, Tampnet has extended its network into the data center operator's 158,000 square foot data center in Eemshaven in the northeastern part of the country. Tampnet's subsea infrastructure in the North Sea connects the UK, Scandinavia, and western Europe via unique routes originally developed for the oil and gas platforms in the region. Tenants at QTS Eemshaven will thus be able to leverage those diverse routes for their connectivity needs.
QTS also has a new fiber option at its QTS Richmond NAP. Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation has brought a 432-strand fiber cable into the facility via a new southern entrance on Portugee Road. The fiber connects to MBC's extensive regional footprint in southern Virginia, offering diverse connectivity to regional destinations and beyond.
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