Business, technical, government, data center and network leaders from across the country converged in Henrico County to talk about the groundbreaking value of the QTS Richmond NAP on May 7, 2019.View Gallery
Discussions at the 2019 Summit included:
- Emerging interconnection hub on the Eastern Seaboard of US with direct low-latency connectivity from subsea cables via EUROPE, LATAM, SOUTH AMERICA, AFRICA, ASIA
- Industry expert insights from terrestrial network providers, Internet Content Providers, Internet Exchange Providers, Subsea Operators and corporate enterprises about how a new major interconnection is being formed in Virginia QTS Richmond NAP
- Growing importance of public/private partnerships and why Henrico County has been so successful with the Data Center and Connectivity industry
- Subsea cables in Virginia Beach are accelerating data growth outside of NoVA. From 2008 – 2016 Henrico County accounted for 6% of VEDP’s statewide investment in Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services. Since the cable landings deployment (2017 to 2018) Henrico County has accounted for 53% of announced statewide investments.