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  1. #1
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    Seattle Data Center

    if anyone now a full list of data centers in Seattle Area, please share

    No Resellers, direct data center contacts or links

    - thanks

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    I have tried to make several replys to your post with links to websites but have not been sucess full, so here are just the names. . .I am sure if you google the names I have put in here you will find just what you are looking for.

    fibercloud
    adhost
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    fortress colo centers in tukwilla
    ilandinternet
    fisherplaza
    look up the westin hotel and see what colo's are in there

    hope this helps you out.
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    Digital Forest
    NetRiver
    The N dozen colo providers who have suites in the Westin (since the Westin is not a datacenter, but an office building that leases out datacenter suites)

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    please keep them coming, as i'm looking for a few cabs in that area

    I will review each one over the weekend

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    Yeah, fibercloud has some good space available in their datacenters...i know they own around 3 datacenters or so along the I5 corridor.

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    Ivan23, you might want to check out www.bandwidthadvisors.com .. Michelle Hyde is one of their sales associates, and she two days giving me a tour of about 7 Seattle datacenters. She's awesome. They seem to have a lot of pull with colos there and made the quoting process very easy for us.

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    It seems like the Westin Hotel is the big location for semi-datacenters here. Where I work (the IDX Tower) also has a pretty robust connectivity suite, but its not at the level that the Westin is.

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    Heh, I think you mean the Westin Building... Although I have to say plenty of prospective clients have shown up waiting for me in the hotel lobby
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    I recommend Westin too! Lots of connectivity available.
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    ok, can someone provide an url to that company

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyAdtaq
    Heh, I think you mean the Westin Building... Although I have to say plenty of prospective clients have shown up waiting for me in the hotel lobby
    Thats what I meant

    I can't believe I drive past that place every day and I confused the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyperspin
    You may want to try www.*******.com .
    jim@*******.com, you can't go wrong with him. He offers internap + guarantee on emergency remote hand.

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    Tony @ Adtaq is brewing up a pretty good network in Seattle...

    check them out...

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    Not that I reccomend them or anything but I believe superbservers also has space in seattle ( www.superbservers.net )

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    One thing to know about the Westin is that they're not really a datacenter, but are rather an office building that also specializes in building out datacenter suites. They have awesome power & cooling available, as well as tons of space, and a killer meetme room with around 100 carriers.

    However, the Westin is not a datacenter or colo business. Your options there are to:

    1. Get lucky and move into a pre-built suite that somebody else has abandoned
    2. Rent space from an existing colo provider in the westin.
    3. Rent space from the Westin, which will included build-out costs that begin at around $150k.

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    Tier 1 Research report about Westin Building & Digital Realty Trust:

    Digital Realty acquires Westin Building, three data centers: One Wilshire next?

    As T1R expected, Digital Reality Trust [DLR] has acquired the Westin Building, the primary Internet and telecom hub in the Pacific Northwest. Located in Seattle, WA, the Westin is a classic carrier hotel, with 34 stories and 389k sq feet gross capacity. The building is 90% leased. The current data center buildout in the Westin is 185k sq ft – mostly carrier POPs, meet me room, and some colocation facilities – notable PAIX Seattle, run by Switch and Data. The Westin is also home to the Seattle Internet Exchange (the SIX), which is a second tier public exchange point, with peak traffic of about 6 gbps – small compared to AMSIX’s 190 gbps, but still a draw for many smaller networks.

    If DLR is really looking to get into the colocation business – and their other recent acquisitions, of the former Abovenet colocation facilities seem to strongly indicate that – then, the acquisition of the Westin is a great move, and the rumored acquisitions of the CRG buildings would play well into such a strategy.
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