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In 2006 Microsoft constructed the first phase (470,000 square feet) of the ‘Columbia Data Center’ in Quincy, Washington

Microsoft decided to build in Quincy because of the city's commitment to build fiber and extremely low cost electricity provided by Grant County PUD for as little as 1.9 or 2.5 cents per kilowatt-hour. In 2006 Microsoft built a 500,000-square-foot facility and several expansions followed with a total 800,000 square feet of floors pace in two buildings on a 270-acre campus.

In 2021 Brad Smith gives a video tour of Microsoft's Columbia (Quincy) campus. https://youtu.be/80aK2_iwMOs

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0.65 miles CyrusOne Quincy
CyrusOne acquired this 45-acre plot of land in Quincy in 2016, but has yet to build anything on it, waiting until it closes a tenant for the site before Cyrus invests in construction. The 45-acre campus can expand to a total of 930,000 square feet with 720,000 colocation square feet with up to 120,000 square feet for class A office space.
0.79 miles NTT Data Quincy
The data center was first built by Dell in 2012. Subsequently sold to NTT Data in the Perot services deal.
2.55 miles Yahoo-Oath Quincy
"DC1" 180,000 sqft and 26 MW
"DC2" 151,000 sqft and 26 MW
3.02 miles H5 Quincy
H5's 63-acre data center campus was a former Intuit facility.
3.09 miles Sabey Intergate.Quincy
Intergate.Quincy is a 520,000 square foot data center campus currently under development in Central Washington. Like Intergate. Columbia, Intergate.Quincy offers the advantage of low power rates, close proximity to the region’s power grid, and a mild climate ideal for efficient, evaporative cooling.
3.21 miles Vantage Quincy Campus
Vantage operates a 68-acre campus with three large data centers.
3.23 miles Vantage WA11
3.27 miles Vantage WA13
3.32 miles Vantage WA12
18.55 miles T-Mobile East Wenatchee
T-Mobile's data center is on Sabey's campus.
18.63 miles Sabey Intergate.Columbia
The Intergate.Columbia campus in East Wenatchee sits on 30 acres of land. The campus is fully leased, but Sabey is expanding on the campus.
19.05 miles Salcido Pangborn Data Center
Salcido is a Cyrpto Mining hosting provider. Salcido calls it a "Tier 0" data center apparently in reference to the redundancy design
19.97 miles Microsoft East Wenatchee

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Microsoft Campus in Quincy
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ITPACs at Microsoft's Quincy Campus
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State of Azure Locations as of July 2019
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Conceptual Azure Regions and Availability Zones diagram
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Microsoft uses Containers (called ITPACs) to build out its data centers. These Containers are Shipping Containers fitted with all the necessary climate control, networking, server racks and other hardware necessary to be a “mini” data center all in one.

Azure Regions

An Azure region is a set of data centers deployed within a latency-defined perimeter and connected through a dedicated regional low-latency network.

With more global regions than any other cloud provider, Azure gives customers the flexibility to deploy applications where they need to. Azure is generally available in 46 regions around the world, with plans announced for 8 additional regions.

Geographies

An Azure geography is a discrete market, typically containing two or more regions, that preserves data residency and compliance boundaries.

Geographies allow customers with specific data-residency and compliance needs to keep their data and applications close. Geographies are fault-tolerant to withstand complete region failure through their connection to our dedicated high-capacity networking infrastructure.

Availability Zones

Availability Zones are physically separate locations within an Azure region. Each Availability Zone is made up of one or more data centers equipped with independent power, cooling, and networking.

Availability Zones allow customers to run mission-critical applications with high availability and low-latency replication.

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