I found a data center who will do this at least in Houston so far and already has customers doing similar setups.
And that just seems rather odd most cable providers aren't interested in running cable television into an office area. They generally sell business services which include cable internet and not withstanding are usually attempting to be competitive with directv by offering business television as well.
Oh well, was hoping posting something like this on wht would get some people's attention (whom have data centers) and they'd send me emails offering their services. (which btw I am still interested in your contact information if you do run across this thread).
Originally Posted by serverminds
Over the years I've gotten several of these kind of requests and I can say that it's usually very difficult to find a data center that has a cable demarc in the facility. Unless the data center (or the colo provider that wants the business badly enough) is willing to pay for the cableco to trench into the facility, usually to the tune of tens of thousands in engineering and build costs, it is in my experience extremely rare to actually find this. DCs are often in business areas (office parks and buildings) where cablecos almost never build coax infrastructure - at least they don't in the part of the world I'm in. You might find cableco fiber infrastructure close to a DC but again you're still dealing with the substantial costs of bringing that to the building.
That said, running a coax up to a roof antenna or satellite is a lot more feasible and considerably cheaper usually, though depending on the DC you may pay quite a lot for the install and cross-connect fees.