Colocation Northwest Expands Presence With Major Lease in Seattle’s Centeris Data Center

November 1, 2017 by · Comments Off on Colocation Northwest Expands Presence With Major Lease in Seattle’s Centeris Data Center 

centeris-colocationnorthwestSeattle, Washington – Colocation Northwest, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services in the Puget Sound region, announced today that it has leased up to 7 Megawatts of mission critical IT capacity, that includes scalability for the deployment of enterprise and high-density customers at the Centeris South Hill data center campus. Colocation Northwest’s new expansion into the world-class Centeris SH1 facility is driven by increasing customer demand for scalable, high performance colocation, including disaster recovery services. The strategic move highlights Colocation Northwest’s customer-first approach and commitment to growing their data center offerings to the Puget Sound region and West Coast of the United States.

“We look forward to bringing our vision for scalable, fully managed colocation solutions and integration to a new level,” said Stephen Milton, co-founder and CEO of Colocation Northwest. “Our commitment to Centeris allows us to offer the same customer-focused colocation services we’ve given customers for over 25 years, to the enterprise and wholesale markets.”

Colocation Northwest will have access to Centeris’ 50 megawatt onsite substation providing dedicated, expandable, green power, and, dense fiber connectivity delivering redundant, high-speed connections to the most important access points in the U.S. and Asia. IsoFusion’s customers of all sizes will enjoy the security of Centeris’ secure facility, while benefiting from direct dark fiber access to the Westin Building Exchange and Colocation Northwest’s other data center locations. Built on bedrock, SH1, exceeds current seismic standards and is above the 500-year floodplain, making it one of the safest as well as one of the most secure and robust facilities in the region.

“We are pleased to welcome Colocation Northwest to our high performance Seattle Centeris SH1 data center,” said owner, Larry Benaroya. “We look forward to providing the redundancy, robust security and hyper-scalability to support Colocation Northwest’s commitment to operational excellence and growth.”

About Colocation Northwest & IsoFusion
Colocation Northwest, a division of IsoFusion Inc. is one of the largest privately held ISP and Colocation providers in Western Washington. Founded in 1991 as ISOMEDIA, IsoFusion is a full solution provider of Internet related products and services that cater to local businesses, as well as providing complex solutions to companies with a national presence. A competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) in the state of Washington, IsoFusion offers a full range of services providing everything from commercial Fiber and Ethernet connections, custom Fiber to the Home community solutions, hosting and dedicated server options, managed data center colocation services and technology consulting for businesses. IsoFusion provides managed enterprise solutions and outstanding service to prominent Northwest businesses. IsoFusion is Headquartered in Seattle Washington and provides exceptional quality, value, and service to over 23,000 residential and business customers across the West Coast . For more information visit or

About Centeris Data Centers
Centeris is a leading provider of data center solutions for mission critical IT applications and systems infrastructure based in the Seattle area. By integrating innovative design with proven energy efficient and environmentally sustainable technologies, Centeris provides abundant reliable power with robust critical infrastructure and efficient data center operations. Privately held by The Benaroya Company, with facilities in the Northwest including Seattle’s South Hill Data Center and Boise, Centeris possesses the operational flexibility coupled with the financial strength to respond to current and future requirements with speed and certainty. For more information visit

Equinix Tokyo Data Centers Continue Normal Operations

March 15, 2011 by · Comments Off on Equinix Tokyo Data Centers Continue Normal Operations 

Hosting ToolboxREDWOOD CITY, CA — Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), a provider of global data center services, today announced that its two International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers in Tokyo (TY1 and TY2) are operating as normal.

“We express our sincere sympathy to the victims of the earthquake in northeastern Japan. We can confirm that there is no damage or operational impact to our two data centers in Tokyo,” said Steve Smith, President and CEO of Equinix. Read more

Array Networks Unveils Ultra-Scalable 60Gbps Application Delivery Controller

February 10, 2011 by · Comments Off on Array Networks Unveils Ultra-Scalable 60Gbps Application Delivery Controller 

Hosting BlogMILPITAS, CA — Array Networks Inc., Array Networks Inc., a global leader in optimized application access, security and delivery, today announced the immediate availability of its next-generation, 60Gbps application delivery controller (ADC) appliance. The APV9650 delivers more L4 throughput, more Layer 7 throughput and unbeatable price-performance as compared to the closest competing ADC appliance. As capable as it is fast, the APV9650 also introduces key enhancements for optimizing service delivery and lowering costs in the enterprise and service provider data center.

Powered by Array’s SpeedCore application delivery platform, the APV9650 leverages a parallelized, multi-core architecture to pack maximum scalability and performance into a compact, energy-efficient form factor. Notable advancements include 2048-bit SSL encryption for accelerating performance and standards compliance, virtual environment integration and 10Gig Ethernet for an affordable route to data center modernization, IPv6 for creating headroom to profit from explosive growth in mobility, and high-speed HTTP processing to enable real-time application velocity for millions of concurrent users. Read more