Big Bend, area data centers partner for new training program

MOSES LAKE – Big Bend Community College and regional data centers are partnering for a new program to prepare students for data center positions. Demand for IT professionals in eastern Washington has increased in the past decade, with an influx of major technology companies taking advantage of the area’s affordable electrical power and locating data centers in the area. That demand has led to a partnership between Big Bend and Quincy-area data centers operated by Intuit, Microsoft, Oath, NTT DATA, Sabey Data Centers ... Read more

SABEY CITED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AS HIGHEST ENERGY SAVING DATA CENTER OPERATOR IN GOVERNMENT’S “BETTER BUILDINGS CHALLENGE”

Seattle, WA, June 20, 2017 – Sabey Data Centers announced today that the federal Department of Energy (DOE) has recognized the company as the data center operator that achieved the highest level of energy savings in the Department’s 2017 Better Buildings Progress Report. The citation by the DOE was presented last month in Washington, D.C. at the agency’s 2017 Better Buildings Summit trade conference. The Better Buildings Challenge enrolls enterprise “partners” across a broad spectrum of industry sectors. In the program, DOE ... Read more

Greater New York Market Sees New Players, Pockets of Strength

NEW YORK, N.Y. – In recent years, the Greater New York data center market has faced several strong headwinds, including the financial crisis and its chilling effect on spending, fallout from flood-related outages during Superstorm Sunday, and a tough competitive environment for the region’s wholesale providers. But data center professionals say the New York/New Jersey market has begun to stabilize, as leasing has gradually absorbed vacant space. The region has recently seen some new entrants, and one long-time player is reporting signs ... Read more

Taller Data Centers Come to Ashburn, Santa Clara

After decades of building out, the data center industry is building up. Leading developers are now building multi-story data centers, boosting their capacity to house IT gear by adding vertical space. The trend is most pronounced in the two hottest data center markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley, where it’s becoming more difficult to find development sites for new construction projects. While the shift to multi-story buildings may not seem like a hot real estate trend, it’s a new direction for data ... Read more

The World’s 6 Weirdest Data Centers – Intergate.Manhattan

A data center with a view The world’s tallest data center, all 32 stories of it, isn’t the prettiest tower on New York City’s skyline. So its owner, Sabey Data Center Properties, is giving the former Verizon Building a face-lift, including new glass walls to make it more attractive. Featured in Fortune magazine | The World’s 6 Weirdest Data Centers Read more

Sabey Data Centers adds PacketFabric’s SDN platform

Sabey Data Centers as began offering PacketFabric’s software-defined networking (SDN) platform at its data centre locations in New York, Seattle, Virginia and Washington. The fully automated network platform allows direct provisioning of terabit-scale connectivity. Sabey will offer it at their Manhattan, Seattle, Ashburn and Quincy sites. PacketFabric’s SDN-powered network offers coast-to-coast connectivity between 118 carrier neutral colocation facilities in 11 US markets. Sabey’s customers will now be able to provision connectivity between any locations on that network. "The digitization of data has driven new ... Read more

PacketFabric’s Cloud Networking Platform Now Available in All Sabey Data Center Locations

Sabey Customers Gain Access to Next-Generation Cloud Networking Services and Secure, Terabit-Scale Connectivity SEATTLE, March 21, 2017 – Sabey Data Centers, one of the largest privately-owned data center owners, operators and developers in the United States, today announces the availability of PacketFabric's Software-defined Networking (SDN) based network platform at all of its data center locations. A NantWorks company, PacketFabric is a provider of next-generation Ethernet-based cloud networking services. PacketFabric’s fully automated network platform enables instantaneous, direct and secure provisioning of terabit-scale connectivity ... Read more

Sabey Launches First Building in Booming N. Virginia Data Center Market

by Yevgeniy Sverdlik Sabey Data Center Properties, the Seattle-based wholesale data center developer, has completed and tested its first Northern Virginia data center. The facility is the first of three the company is planning to build at its Intergate.Ashburn campus, which at total build-out is expected to be 900,000 square feet large, with capacity to support about 70MW of power. While Sabey has had East Coast presence since 2011, when it acquired the Verizon tower in Manhattan, this week’s announcement marks its first ... Read more

Sabey – Oasis™ IEC provides energy-efficient rejection of data center heat

In Quincy Washington, Sabey Data Center Properties is one of six major data centers utilizing low-cost, reliable hydro electric power sustained from the nearby Columbia River. Evaporative cooling is one of nature's fundamental methods of cooling. It is the same cooling principle that our own body uses when moisture (sweat) evaporates and cools the skin. The Munters Oasis™ Indirect Evaporative Cooling systems take advantage of evaporation to reject heat without ever adding any moisture to the data center. By using hot aisle ... Read more

Southland Industries Awarded Sabey Data Centers’ Intergate.Ashburn Campus

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 - 20:00 Dulles, VA Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, was recently awarded Sabey Data Centers’ newest campus, Intergate.Ashburn. In addition to Southland, the design-build team consists of Sabey Construction, Dynalectric, and RTKL Callison. The purpose-built data center campus is comprised of three phases that will total 900,000 square feet on 38 acres in the Washington, DC metro area. Electrical service to the campus is approximately 70 ... Read more
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