- Washington -
Founded in 1995, TierPoint’s Seattle data center has always been at the forefront of helping businesses use technology to grow and connect with customers. Originally founded as a web hosting provider, the location expanded both services and square footage to meet the growing demand for secure colocation space, connectivity and managed IT services. This facility is built to meet seismic zone 3 essential facility standards. is audited under SSAE 18 Type 2 SOC 2, PCI-DSS*, GLBA and HIPAA standards annually and is ITAR and EU-US Privacy Shield registered.
DC1 FACILITY OVERVIEWDownload Specs
- 20,000 sq. ft. of 18 inch production raised floor space
- Cabinets, cages, and suites that can be customized to meet precise requirements
- Build-outs available for Business Continuity – Disaster Recovery Workspace and Dedicated Office Workspace
- Structural design built to meet Seismic Zone 3 Essential Facilities
- 24x7x365 electronic and physical security
- Two-factor authentication, including the use of biometric scanners
- CCTV surveillance, with a minimum of 90 days of retention
- 10.5 MW of power delivered via 2N infrastructure to ensure uninterrupted power delivery across three separate utility feeds
- Available independent water source for continuous cooling
- Redundant diesel generators available on standby with onsite fuel capacity of more than 70,000 gallons
- True diverse A/B power paths from utility all the way to rack outlet level
- 100% uptime SLA
- Carrier-class, carrier neutral Facility
- AWS Direct Connect available for hybrid connectivity
- Multiple, diverse fiber feeds, with dark fiber connectivity available
- TierPoint provided, redundant IP bandwidth available with 10Gb connectivity
- Multiple on-net carriers available. See our carrier list for details.
* PCI-DSS – Certification on PCI-DSS Requirement 9 & 12 (Physical Security and Information Security Policies) on data center (colocation) services. Colocation provides secure space, power, and environmental controls for merchants and service providers, some of which fall under PCI compliance. No logical access to any customer systems that may contain cardholder data.