Digital Fortress Downtown

3101 Western Ave

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Building:


  • Purpose-built, high-density datacenter
  • Private colocation suites and cages
  • Seismic Zone 4 construction
  • Outside the 500-year flood plain
  • 24×7 on-site technical staff, industry-trained and background-checked
  • Remote hands services for reboots and power cycles
  • Workspace, wi-fi, available day or night
  • Full-sized loading dock with easy datacenter access
  • Private office suits available
  • Secure underground parking
  • 24” raised floor with underfloor leak and smoke detection
  • Roof rights and many antennas in place

Power:


  • 4MW capacity
  • Utility: Seattle City Light. With over approximately 90% clean energy
  • AC protected power
  • 3 x diesel generators load tested and certified quarterly 3MW total
  • Permanently installed load banks
  • Emergency fuel contracts with multiple providers
  • 3,000 gallons diesel on-site – fuel polishing systems regularly tested and documented for quality
  • 3 Seattle City Light power vaults
  • True “A” and “B” UPS redundancy N+1
  • Supports 250 watts per foot
  • High-density cabinets to 15kW
  • N+1 AC UPS design available
  • 110Volt AC, 208Volt AC and 208Volt – 3 phase UPS circuits available
  • Cooling redundancy: 2N

Compliance:


AT101 SOC 2 Type II, PCI and HIPAA ready

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0.00 miles NYI Seattle SEA1
0.42 miles TierPoint Seattle DC1 and DC2
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0.42 miles Evocative Seattle SEA1
0.42 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.
0.51 miles Lumen Seattle 4
0.82 miles Clise: 2020 Fifth
Completed in 2013, the facility repurposed a 1975 seven story parking garage, and was honored as NAIOP’s Redevelopment of the Year in 2013 and received the AGC Grand Award for Construction in 2014.
0.83 miles Equinix Seattle SE3
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0.86 miles Fiberhub SEA1
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0.86 miles DataBank Westin SEA1
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0.86 miles Astute Hosting Seattle
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0.86 miles Optic Fusion Westin
0.86 miles Lunavi Seattle
0.86 miles Equinix Seattle SE2
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0.86 miles Semaphore Seattle
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0.86 miles Westin Building Seattle
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0.87 miles 365 Seattle
0.95 miles Lumen Seattle 1 (1000 Denny Way)
The site is a Level3 Gateway for Seattle.
0.95 miles Verizon: 1000 Denny Way
0.95 miles H5 Seattle
H5 owns the building and is landlord to the Seattle Level(3) Gateway and a XO data center.
1.07 miles Lumen Seattle 3
1.25 miles Verizon: Seattle 1100 2nd
Former XO Communications site
8.84 miles EdgeConneX Seattle
9.03 miles Digital Fortress South Seattle
Digital Fotress's NOC and data center are located on Sabey's Intergate West Campus
9.03 miles COLOinSeattle Tukwila
9.05 miles DataBank SeaTAC SEA2
UPS/DC power with battery back-up with 2N configuration
9.06 miles Sabey Intergate.East
Sabey's Integrate East campus has 3 buildings. Its location is close to both Boeing and SeaTac airfields
9.18 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;
9.18 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA1-A
9.21 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA1B
9.21 miles Internap Seattle 3355 120th
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10.62 miles Colocation Northwest Belleview
11.43 miles WORLDLINK Seattle South
13.08 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA2
Formerly known as SE4. Cyxtera's SEA2 site in Tukwila Washington was acquired from CenturyLink.
14.17 miles Lumen Seattle 5 (Bothell)
The site was a former tw telecom facility.
14.25 miles Microsoft Canyon Park
14.25 miles WORLDLINK Seattle North
14.47 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).
14.48 miles Digital Fortress Lynnwood
In 2021, Landmark Infrastructure acquired the facility, but Digital Fortress operates it.
14.49 miles HostPapa SEA1
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14.54 miles QuadraNet Seattle
15.70 miles Centersquare: Lynnwood SEA1
Centersquare's Lynnwood data center is situated 15 miles north of Seattle and 30 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, servicing the northwest of the US.
15.94 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.

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Digital Fortress was formed in early 2012 through the combination of two successful Seattle based data centers – Digital Forest and Fortress Colocation Centers. Immediately after the completion of the merger, Digital Fortress invested an additional $2.5 million in the acquisition and upgrading of an existing 18,000 sq ft data center facility in downtown Seattle.

As of today the company currently manages 63,000 square feet of space and a diverse-network designed to support a mix of private, public and managed infrastructure.

The company offers a Hybrid Infrastructure Management service that covers Azure, Amazon Web Services, and customer-owned infrastructure.

9 Facilities Owned
5 Markets Served
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