QTS Providing Colocation Services for Voiceware's Mission-Critical Applications

By Rory Lidstone

Global data demand may primarily be driving data center growth in the Latin America region, but Miami is still a hot spot for data center colocation. Case in point: Voiceware LLC, one of South Florida’s largest VoIP providers, recently selected QTS Realty Trust’s Miami data center to provide colocation services.

QTS is one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing providers of data center facilities and cloud services. The company’s Miami data center proved attractive to Voiceware, a company experienced in selecting data center providers, for a number of reasons, including its hardened infrastructure, strategic location and security procedures. QTS’ main draw, however, was its premium customer service and expertise, according to Voiceware.

"I've worked with several data center providers over the years and none of them come close to the level of care and attentiveness that we've received from the team at QTS Miami," said Jose Alfonso, managing partner at Voiceware, regarding the colocation deal. "From day one, every team member we've encountered has delivered a high-end, professional experience."

Voiceware plans to leverage QTS Miami’s secure, reliable, highly available IT infrastructure for mission critical applications—a task for which the data center is well suited.

Boasting 30,000 square feet of enclosed space, the Category 5 rated facility can withstand flood damage and also carries a wind rating of 185 miles per hour. In addition, state-of-the-art infrastructure and power connections make the center a good choice for custom data center, colocation and cloud services. The facility provides access to multiple providers for local, fiber and internet connectivity.

"At QTS, we recognize that customers seeking data center services have several options to choose from in today's competitive market. When technologies are similar, providing industry leading security and compliance and a premium customer experience are the things that sets us apart," said Dan Bennewitz, chief operating officer, Sales and Marketing, QTS.

Edited by Kyle Piscioniere

Contributing Writer

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