Colocation Northwest deploys PoP in Seattle data centre
Colocation Northwest has expanded its presence by lasing up to 7MW of It capacity at the Centeris South Hill data centre campus in Seattle.
Colocation Northwest’s new expansion into SH1 facility is driven by increasing customer demand for scalable, high performance colocation, including disaster recovery services, it said, and marks a growing of its present on the West Coast of the United States.
“We look forward to bringing our vision for scalable, fully managed colocation solutions and integration to a new level,” said Stephen Milton, co-founder and CEO of Colocation Northwest. “Our commitment to Centeris allows us to offer the same customer-focused colocation services we’ve given customers for over 25 years, to the enterprise and wholesale markets.”
The deployment will give Colocation Northwest access to a dense region of fibre connectivity to markets in the US and Asia, including direct dark fibre access to the Westin Building Exchange and the firm’s other locations.
“We are pleased to welcome Colocation Northwest to our high performance Seattle Centeris SH1 data centre,” said owner, Larry Benaroya. “We look forward to providing the redundancy, robust security and hyper-scalability to support Colocation Northwest’s commitment to operational excellence and growth.”