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Seattle Data Center Solutions

1 Data Centers in Seattle
  • Region's strongest interconnection and colocation data center
  • Direct access to major national and regional carriers, and to SIX Seattle’s Internet Exchange
  • Reduce latency and improve network resiliency to locations in California and Asia

Colocation Data Center 2001 Sixth Avenue (Westin Building)

Seattle, 98121
  • Utility Power Capacity: 16,500 kW
  • Total Building Size: 400,400 ft²
  • UPS Redundancy: N+2
  • Cooling Plant Redundancy: N+1

Strong Economy, Tech Hub and Trading Route to Asia

Our data center in Seattle employs a round-the-clock, on-site security staff, and enforces diverse conduit entry points. Seattle, referred to as The “Emerald City” of the Pacific Northwest, offers businesses all the advantages for growth including its acclaim, respectively, as one of the strongest economies in the nation (Policom’s Economic Strength Rankings), its ranking among the “best startup hubs in the world (Startup Genome); and as one of the fastest growing cities in the nation (Forbes).

Among its prominent corporate citizens are the founding locations for Amazon and Starbucks, as well as aerospace powerhouse, Boeing. Anchored by the Port of Seattle, the eighth largest of its kind in the country by container capacity, the city also maintains an international reputation as a dominant trading route for Asia.

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