Cyxtera Seattle SEA1B

3355 S 120th Pl

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Formerly known as SE3, the Cyxtera's SEA1-B site in Tukwila Washington was acquired via a $2.8 billion transaction to acquire 57 datacenters from CenturyLink. The transaction which closed in May 2017 created Cyxtera Technologies.

Quick Facts:


  • Three Story Building
  • Raised Floor: 30"
  • Power Utility: Seattle City Light

Network Providers:


CenturyLink
AT&T (TCG/LNS)
Cogent Communications
Integra
Level 3
PACNET
Spectrum
Time Warner Telecom
VZB (MCI)
XO
Zayo (Abovenet)

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0.00 miles Internap Seattle 3355 120th
0.16 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA1-A
0.16 miles Sabey Intergate.West
Intergate.West is part of Intergate.Seattle, one of the largest privately owned multi-tenant data center campus on the West coast. Intergate.West provides excellent access to I-5, I-405, Hwy 99, SR-599 and East Marginal Way. Sea-Tac
International Airport is only 3 miles away;
0.17 miles DataBank SeaTAC SEA2
UPS/DC power with battery back-up with 2N configuration
0.23 miles Digital Fortress South Seattle
Digital Fotress's NOC and data center are located on Sabey's Intergate West Campus
0.23 miles COLOinSeattle Tukwila
0.25 miles Sabey Intergate.East
Sabey's Integrate East campus has 3 buildings. Its location is close to both Boeing and SeaTac airfields
0.40 miles EdgeConneX Seattle
2.85 miles WORLDLINK Seattle South
3.89 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA2
5.27 miles Equinix Seattle SE4
Equinix SE4 is located 16 miles from SE2 and SE3, which are both located in Downtown Seattle. It is a 1-story building located 8 miles away from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
5.34 miles QuadraNet Seattle
8.16 miles XO Seattle 1100 2nd
8.47 miles Lumen Seattle 3
8.60 miles 365 Seattle
8.73 miles Fiberhub SEA1
8.73 miles Colocation Northwest Westin Downtown
8.73 miles Westin Building Seattle
The Westin Building is a Carrier Hotel and the communications hub of the Pacific Northwest. The 34 story building has a conglomeration of colocation providers, carriers, and peering exchanges.
8.73 miles Semaphore Seattle
Semaphore is a local provider in Seattle. It was one of the first to provide colocation in the Westin Building.
8.73 miles Equinix Seattle SE2
Equinix SE2 occupies 4 different floors with in the Westin Building
8.73 miles Optic Fusion Westin
8.73 miles Lunavi Seattle
8.73 miles Astute Hosting Seattle
Astute Hosting's site is in the Westin Building
8.73 miles DataBank Westin SEA1
8.74 miles Equinix Seattle SE3
8.75 miles Clise: 2020 Fifth
9.02 miles H5 Seattle
H5 owns the building and is landlord to the Seattle Level(3) Gateway and a XO data center.
9.02 miles Lumen Seattle 1 (1000 Denny Way)
The site is a Level3 Gateway for Seattle.
9.02 miles XO: 1000 Denny Way
9.17 miles TierPoint Seattle DC1 and DC2
TierPoint's marketing describes two data centers in Seattle, but in reality, they are in the same building. The site was formerly operated by Adhost before being acquired by TierPoint in 2012.
9.17 miles KOMO Plaza (was Fisher Plaza)
The buildings have been used as the exterior for the fictional hospital in the “Grey’s Anatomy” TV show set in Seattle. In real life, it also houses Univision Seattle, KVI Radio, Star 101.5 radio and a data center.
9.17 miles Evocative Seattle SEA1
9.21 miles Digital Fortress Downtown
Purpose-built, high-density datacenter with Seismic Zone 4 construction.
9.21 miles NYI Seattle SEA1
9.24 miles Lumen Seattle 4
9.62 miles Colocation Northwest Belleview
12.00 miles Colocation Northwest Redmond
17.88 miles Optic Fusion Perkins
Optic Fusion's Tacoma colocation facility is located in the historic Perkins building. The location also serves as the Network Operations Center (NOC)
17.88 miles Colocation Northwest Tacoma
18.26 miles Microsoft Redmond Ridge
Built in July 2009, The 57,000 square foot Redmond Ridge 1 data center is about eight miles from Microsoft's headquarters campus in Redmond. The site was a cultural shift for Microsoft employees at the time. At the time each development team had their own server labs on the Redmond campus. Today cloud computing is commonplace, but this data center forced the teams to think and develop software in terms of remote computing.

Cyxtera Seattle SEA1B Data Center Photos

Operating Company

Cyxtera Technologies, a company founded in 2017 by former Terremark CEO Manuel Medina, was built on the former CenturyLink and Savvis data center portfolio. Cyxtera's business model combines data center colocation with network security.

Cyxtera Acquisitions

  • 2017
    • Acquired CenturyLink data centers for $2.15 billion
    • Brainspace: an analytics platform that helps governments conduct digital investigations;
    • Cryptzone: an enterprise security firm
    • Catbird: another enterprise security firm focused on securing internal corporate networks and implementing and enforcing corporate security policy;
    • Easy Solutions: electronic fraud detection and prevention company
  • 2018
    • Immunity, Inc: an offense-oriented cyber security company

The Cyxtera-CenturyLink Deal

The CenturyLink deal tied the Cyxtera and Centurylink companies together. CenturyLink is now one of Cyxtera's biggest customer and CenturyLink also holds a 10% stake in Cyxtera. The deal also provided cash for CenturyLink's acquisition of Level 3 Communications in 2017.

Cyxtera at a Glance

  • Top 3 global colocation market share
  • 2.6 million sq. ft. of data center space
  • 3,500 customers
  • 1,100 employees
  • Combined IP and market leadership of Cryptzone, Catbird, Easy Solutions and Brainspace
  • Expertise in identity-centric security and advanced threat and behavioral analytics

Cyxtera Founded from Centurylink's Data Centers

A consortium led by private equity firms BC Partners and Medina Capital formed Cyxtera through the acquisition of a data center footprint and associated colocation business from CenturyLink along with four companies that comprised Medina Capital's Security and Analytics portfolio – Cryptzone, Catbird, Easy Solutions and Brainspace – in a $2.8 billion transaction.

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53 Markets Served
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