Telx knows how to run a data center from a technical and reliability stand point, which is critical, but their billing practices and bureaucracy can be beyond terrible. I had a fight with them over cross connects fees that was unreal.
I never once had a outage or problem in three I was in their SF facility but I was also quite happy to not renew and move to somewhere else. The billing issues left a really bad taste.
Thanks I will take a look at Telx. If anyone has any advice it would be great, total farm is going to run at about 4500W at the wall. It will most likely double within the next few months. Servers can be installed in rackmountable cases as well.
I think Stealthy Hosting in Seattle has advertised being miner friendly before, and their prices seemed reasonable last time I looked. I have no experience with them, but may be an option.
Opus Interactive in Portland is another option. Again, I have no experience, but their prices look ok. Their bandwidth plans are a bit anemic compared to most, but for mining it shouldn't make a difference.