Internap Seattle 3355 120th

3355 South 120th Place

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Building and Location:


  • Datacenter was built in 1999 and expanded in 2010.
  • Three (3) Stories
  • Raised Floor: 30"
  • Structure Type: Structural steel, reinforced concrete
  • Exterior Type: Sheet metal
  • Seismic Rating: Zone 3

Power:


Electric Utility Provider: Seattle City Light

Telco Info:


NPA / NXX: 206 / 241

Network Providers:


Although Internap is a carrier, the company operates a "carrier neutral" data center. The following carriers are available in the site.

  • Level 3
  • Cogent Communications
  • Integra Telecomm
  • Windstream (PAETEC/McLeod USA)
  • Spectrum Networks
  • CenturyLink/Qwest/Onfiber
  • AT&T
  • Zayo (360networks)
  • XO Communications
  • Level3 (Time Warner Telecom)
  • Verizon Business
  • Comcast Business
  • NoaNet
  • Clearwire Wireless
  • Sabey Intergate. Exchange (private carrier)
  • Internap IP network carriers
  • Sabey Dark Fiber Network

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0.00 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA1B
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;
0.16 miles Cyxtera Seattle SEA1-A
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
Formerly known as SE4. Cyxtera's SEA2 site in Tukwila Washington was acquired from CenturyLink.
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 Verizon: Seattle 1100 2nd
Former XO Communications site
8.47 miles Lumen Seattle 3
8.60 miles 365 Seattle
8.73 miles Colocation Northwest Westin Downtown
8.73 miles Fiberhub SEA1
8.73 miles Equinix Seattle SE2
Equinix SE2 occupies 4 different floors with in the Westin Building
8.73 miles Lunavi Seattle
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 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 Optic Fusion Westin
8.73 miles Astute Hosting Seattle
Astute Hosting's site is in the Westin Building
8.73 miles DataBank Westin SEA1
The site was a former zColo (Zayo) facility before being acquired in 2020.
8.74 miles Equinix Seattle SE3
Equinix SE3 is an 8-story steel and concrete structure designed to meet Zone 3 seismic specifications
8.75 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.
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 Verizon: 1000 Denny Way
9.02 miles Lumen Seattle 1 (1000 Denny Way)
The site is a Level3 Gateway for Seattle.
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 Evocative Seattle SEA1
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.
9.21 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.

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Operating Company

Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP) is a provider of data center services including colocation, managed hosting, cloud and network services. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States with company-controlled data centers located in North America, EMEA, and APAC.

Internap History:

Internap was founded in 1996 and initially headquartered in Seattle. During the dot-com bubble, the company was smart to go public. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) took place in 1999 on the NASDAQ with the symbol INAP. Internap sold 9.5 million shares at $20 apiece, and the stock climbed as high as $73 before closing just below $53.

2002

INAP relocated its headquarters from Seattle to Atlanta.

2000

INAP acquired CO Space, Inc which provided the company with its data center offering.

2012

Acquired Voxel for $35 million in cash. Voxel provided on-demand dedicated hosting and cloud services to enterprises and Web-centric businesses. Voxel had more than 1,000 customers and has approximately 50 employees.

2013

Acquired iWeb, a Montreal-based web hosting and colocation services provider, for $145 million.

2016

In September, Peter D. Aquino became the CEO of Internap. Aquino replaced Mike Ruffolo who's short tenure lasted from May 2015 to September 2016.

2018

  • In January, INAP acquired SingleHop, a IaaS provider for $132 million in cash.
  • In March the company announced it was moving its headquarters to Virginia. Atlanta will continue to serve as local operations and staff headquarters, while the new official corporate headquarters will be located in the Virginia office. The new Virginia HQ will “INAP's corporate headquarters will be a small group in charge of capital allocation, strategic direction, and external affairs.”

The company had bankruptcies in 2020 and 2023

2024

In 2024, INAP rebranded as HorizonIQ

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18 Markets Served
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