SDC42 is the newest Sabey managed module at Intergate.Seattle-East. A Tier III wholesale colocation facility, SDC42's modular flexibility provides the space and power that mid-sized users require for years to come with the economies of scale typically available to only the largest enterprises.
Modeled after the highly successful SDC52 adjacent to it, SDC42 provides a scalable, efficient solution for users up to 10,000 sf and a minimum 1,500 kW/sf of IT load. Like SDC52, SDC42 is designed to achieve a PUE of 1.2 or better and will pursue SSAE 16 certification.
Leasing is actively underway at SDC42.
SDC42's robust infrastructure provides ample clean, low-cost hydro power to the facility. Multiple fiber providers ensure carrier neutral access. State of the art mechanical and electrical systems provide efficient, reliable, cost effective power and cooling.
Powered by the Pacific Northwest's abundant and reliable hydro power, energy rates are among the lowest in the world. Clean, renewable hydro power leaves virtually no carbon footprint.
SDC42 follows the same award-winning, energy-efficient design as its twin, SDC52. Like, SDC52, SDC42 will optimize both climate and design to achieve dramatic energy savings.
Generators in N+1 configuration and 72 hours on-site fuel with an emergency fuel contract ensure operability through emergency and maintenance situations.
Located inside the fortress-like Intergate.Seattle-East Building B, SDC42 is highly secure. The building is equipped with closed circuit TV monitoring throughout. Man traps in the lobby require dual authentication access. The entrance is ballistic rated. Security personnel are on duty 24/7/365.
SDC42 is a fully managed critical environment. Its award-winning operations staff maintains mission critical responsiveness 24/7/365 with state of the art control and monitoring as well as physical security audits and assessments.
Mechanical and electrical systems are concurrently maintainable.
Deep energy savings are achieved through SDC42's air side economizer and evaporative cooling. These concurrently maintainable systems provide "free-cooling" more than 90% of the year.
SDC42 is designed to achieve a PUE of 1.2 or lower. Its energy saving design achieved recognition from Seattle City Light as its largest Power Player winner, for a savings of six million kWhs at full build out, beyond the strict energy code requirements already imposed by the city.
Intergate.Seattle-East's Building 5 has an attractive lobby with a programmable welcome screen, and a comfortable, well-appointed conference room with large screen and full height white boards.
SDC42's spacious main corridor is appealing to employees and visitors with graphics that communicate the power and reliability of the facility.
SDC42 is designed to offer both flexibility and customization. High plenums and heavy floor loads make virtually any design achievable, whether raised floor, on slab, tall racks or particular cooling configurations. Sabey Data Centers design and construction team will deliver a turn key premise, on time and within budget.