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Seattle Data Center

Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the US, topping the list of fastest growing major US cities from 2013-2015, and again in 2016. As the largest city in the Seattle metropolitan area, the 15th largest US metro as of 2019, Seattle attracts a wide swath of businesses looking to tap the cities vast human capital market. Home to Amazon, and Microsoft, the metro area has a tech-heavy focus that lends itself well to data centers and interconnectivity hubs. The largest of these connectivity hubs, the Westin Building, serves as the core for the venerable Seattle Internet Exchange. SIX is one of the largest internet exchange points in the US, with 331 member ASN’s as of September 2020. This building is home to our Seattle PoP, where we provide IP Transit, Cloud Services, Peering, and backbone network services to customers from across the US and Asia.

Specifications

Security

  • Physical: Man trap entry
  • Human: 24x7 security officers
  • Electronic: Card Readers, CCTV and Recorders, Motion Detection

Power

  • UPS Configuration: Parallel redundant
  • UPS Redundancy: N+1
  • Standby Power: 2 x 2500 kW, 1 x 1250 kW, and 1 x 750 kW generators
  • Standby Power Redundancy: N

Certifications

  • Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II
  • SSAE 16/ISAE 3402 SOC 1 Type II
  • ISO 27001
  • Green and sustainable by design

Seattle Services

Seattle IP Transit

IP Transit services provided in Seattle benefit from a wide variety of direct and indirect peering relationships as well as the presence of a core PoP in the 100Gbps Genesis Adaptive backbone network. Our Cisco and Juniper-powered network interconnects to a number of internet exchanges in the Seattle metro, including the Equinix IX, SIX, MegaIX Seattle, among others, ensuring your network is only one hop away from the vast majority of internet end users.

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Seattle Direct Connect

As a point of presence for Microsoft’s Azure ExpressRoute, Amazon’s AWS Direct Connect, and Google Cloud’s Cloud Interconnect products, Seattle is an ideal location for securing direct cloud connectivity to any one of the major cloud vendors that power today’s compute workloads. Genesis Adaptive Direct Connect can provide access to most major cloud providers and can facilitate setup of workloads in as little as 5 minutes.

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Seattle Dedicated Internet Access

Dedicated Internet Access customers in Seattle benefit from our extensive peering relationships, leveraging the same backbone network as our IP Transit customers. Dedicated Internet Access provides customers with additional services unavailable to IP Transit customers, including Anycast DNS services, Firewalling and DoS mitigation, and is tailored to networks that don’t necessarily need to transit their own IP addresses.

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Seattle Point to Point

Create a virtual point to point from Seattle to anywhere else on the Genesis Adaptive backbone network, including remote locations through our partnerships with local LEC’s, and leverage our extensive backbone MPLS network to ensure consistent throughput, low latency and 99.999% availability. Point to point services in Seattle are offered on 1, 10, and 100Gbps ports, with varying throughput commits to suit your organizational requirements.

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