The Telx SEA1 data center in Seattle, Washington employs a round-the-clock, on-site security staff, and enforces diverse conduit entry points. Seattle, WA - 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 2012 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, January 2013). 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.
Telx's® Seattle C3 Cloud Connection CenterSM will serve as the region’s strongest retail interconnection and colocation data center in the market. The SEA1 data center was launched in partnership with Sabey Data Centers, one of the largest privately held data center developers, owners and operators in the United States.
Located in building #4 on the Intergate Seattle-East campus facility, SEA1 comprises approximately 116,000 sq.ft. of data center, interconnection and colocation space and provides cross connect service for direct access to major national and regional carriers, as well as to SIX Seattle’s Internet Exchange for peering. These network options can reduce latency and improve network resiliency to locations in California as well as in Asia.
SEA1 is a fully-conditioned data center property with an estimated $110 million of conditioning investment to date, including 54,000 sq.ft. of available white space. The data center is currently served with 12500 kW of power and expandable by leveraging additional power capacity on campus. A flexible data center configuration strategy allows for cabinets between 5 and 15 kW power densities, determined by actual customer density demands. Connectivity by fiber to the carrier hotel at the Westin building or the ability to bypass it and connect to the Canadian markets is also available.
Telx’s Seattle C3 Cloud Connection Center serves as Washington state’s premier colocation and interconnection datacenter. The SEA1 data center was launched in partnership with Sabey Data Centers, one of the largest privately-held datacenter owners, operators and developers in the USA.