Server Colocation

Colocate servers in energy efficient data centers with 100 Gbps connections, component redundancy, and 100% uptime SLAs.

Protect your data and applications with layered physical security, redundant infrastructure, and some of the best remote hands in the business. Choose from multiple data center locations, all with concurrently maintainable site infrastructure for primary, secondary, or disaster recovery workloads.


Seattle, Everett,
Bellingham, Portland





Facility Features

Cutting-edge data center design is coupled with industry standards, year-round monitoring by real people, and convenient locations near major cities and edge markets.

  • SOC 1 and 2, HIPAA, & PCI compliance
  • 100% uptime SLAs
  • Competitive power pricing and energy efficient cost savings, with PUEs between 1.14 and 1.38
  • Biometric, key-card, and rack-level security 
  • Network monitoring and resiliency
  • Carrier neutral with multiple on-net broadband providers, burstable bandwidth
  • Always available on-site technicians
  • N+1 or N+2 redundancy
  • Managed colocation services
  • Disaster recovery services

Colocation Remote Hands Services

In addition to a full menu of managed IT services, server colocation in any Green House Data facility includes no-charge assistance to help you and your team out with minor infrastructure management tasks. Standard colocation services include:

  • Power cycling servers or other equipment
  • Attaching monitor, keyboard, mouse, or consoles to colocated hardware
  • Cross connect and equipment inventory and labeling, changing labeled cables
  • Installing and replacing hardware, including upgrading disk drive capacity and adding memory cards
  • Loading of media (tapes, CDs, DVDs, USB)
  • Configuring routers, switches, and other network equipment
  • Troubleshooting of physical ports and telecommunication circuits
  • White space environment temperature analysis, including regular thermal scans


Green House Data employs hot aisle containment across all data center deployments, eliminating “hot spots” sometimes found in traditional data centers.

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