Green House Data’s Everett data center is located at 2707 Colby Avenue, Suite 705, Everett, WA 98201. The data center has quick access to the I-5. The data center provides secure staging area and workspace area.
The data center offers flexible colocation options, including quarter cabinet, half and full cabinet, shared cabinet solutions, multiple cabinet design, and dedicated cages. The facility also features a raised floor for sub floor cable management and efficient cooling. The data center is regularly audited and is a certified SAS 70 Type II facility. The data center also offers PCI, SOX, HIPAA compliant solutions, and also has MSPAlliance Unified Certification Standard certifications. The security in the data center is provided through onsite security staff, 24x7x365 video surveillance with a 90 day retention of footage, employee background checks, locking cabinets, and biometric scan and card key access. The data center is protected from fire by a multi stage dry pipe fire suppression system.
The Everett data center offers a reliable power infrastructure with a concurrently maintainable design. Immediate power failure is protected by a multiple redundant UPS system in a N+1 redundant configuration, in the event there is a loss of utility power. The emergency power to the data center is provided by onsite diesel generators, with priority fuel contracts. The data center provides 120V and 208V AC power to customer’s equipment, and remote access to IP addressable PDUs. The facility has a proactive power management system in place. The multiple HVAC units in N+1 configuration automate the humidity levels and cooling in the data center. The facility provides efficient climate control through hot aisle/cold aisle design.
Green House Data’s 2707 Colby Avenue data center is a carrier neutral facility with access to local, national, and international carriers. The data center provides fully meshed regional MPLS network enabled by Cisco built for superior failover capacity, and provides redundant and robust connectivity to Canada and US markets. 24x7x365 NOC staff provides the helpdesk and support services, monitoring services, and remote hands services.
Green House Data delivers high availability cloud hosting and colocation services with world class customer service, customized to meet the mission-critical data needs demanded by companies. Green House data centers uses 40% less energy and are 100% wind powered, providing savings to customers. The company provides on demand cloud that delivers a cost effective, scalable and customizable solution called gBlock. Available in public, private, or hybrid cloud environments, gBlock enables users to quickly deploy mirrored server instances, manage the cloud via the vCloud API, and securely connect a vSphere environment to the gBlock via the VMware vCloud Connector. Green House Data specializes in managed hosting, hybrid solutions, Backup as a Service (BasS), disaster recovery, dedicated servers, compliance solutions, and cloud migration services. Green Data House was founded in 2007, and is based in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Everett, WA 98201
Green House Data – Everett Data Center Highlights
- Quick Access to I-5
- Secure Staging Area
- Workspace Area
- Quarter Cabinet
- Half and Full Cabinet
- Shared Cabinet Solutions
- Multiple Cabinet Design
- Dedicated Cages
- Raised Floor Space
- Certifications and Compliance
- SAS 70 Type II
- MSPAlliance Unified Certification Standard
- Onsite Security Staff
- 24x7x365 Video Surveillance with 90 Days Retention of Footage
- Employee Background Check
- Locking Cabinets
- Biometric Scan
- Card Key Access
- Multi Stage Dry Pipe Fire Suppression System
- Multiple Redundant UPS System in N+1 Redundancy
- Diesel Generators
- 120V and 208V AC Power
- Remote Access To IP Addressable PDUs
- Proactive Power Management System
- Multiple HVAC Units in N+1 Configuration
- Hot Aisle/Cold Aisle Design
- Carrier Neutral Facility
- Fully Meshed Regional MPLS Network
- Redundant and Robust Connectivity To Canada and US Markets
- 24x7x365 NOC Staff
- Remote Hands Services