Entries by Sabey Data Centers

Energy-Efficient Data Center Design Overview with John Ford

Energy efficiency is the holy grail for data center owners and operators seeking low operational expense and minimal environmental impact. However, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, data centers in the U.S. alone are projected to consume 139 billion kilowatt-hours by 2020, placing potential strain on the environment as well as facilities’ bottom lines. […]

Intergate.East Facility Receives Uptime Institute’s “Gold Standard” Management & Operations Stamp of Approval

Seattle, January 23, 2018 – Sabey Data Centers’ Intergate.East facility in Seattle has been awarded one of the industry’s most prestigious designations of service quality and reliability – the Uptime Institute Stamp of Approval for Management & Operations. This award is based on Uptime Institute’s independent, on-site assessment performed at Intergate.East late last year that […]

Sabey Data Centers Partners with Repeater Communications Group for Rooftop, Line-of-Sight Connectivity Development at Intergate.Manhattan

Sabey enters a strategic alliance with one of New York’s largest providers of rooftop and tower site management services The million-dollar superstructure atop 375 Pearl Street has attracted government agencies, wireless ISPs, and fiber carriers for wireless back-up systems New York, January 18, 2018 – Seattle-based Sabey Data Center Properties announced today that it has entered […]

Why is Central Washington Ideal for Data Centers?

A small farming town on Washington state’s high prairie is buzzing with life: restaurants are busy, businesses are growing, infrastructure is modernizing, and ground was broken last month for a new high school. The regional airport will soon feature a daily flight to and from San Francisco. Welcome to Quincy Founded as a railway station […]

Sabey Data Centers Closes $675 Million Financing Led by TD Securities

Seattle, WA – Sabey Data Centers announced today that it has closed a financing transaction led by TD Securities consisting of a $425 million 5-year term loan and a $250 million 5-year revolver.  The transaction was upsized by $50 million amid meaningful oversubscription. Proceeds of the term loan will be used to refinance existing property-level […]

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 […]

Going Green While Saving Green

How Hydroelectric Power Provides The Best Of Both Worlds

If you’ve ever stood along the shore listening to the persistent crashing of waves during high tide or marveled at the beauty of nature at the foot of a cascading waterfall, you’ve experienced the raw power that is water in motion.

Among the most notable innovations in history, humans have been harnessing the power of water to perform work for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Greece. This form of energy, known as hydropower, has grown and evolved over the course of time, resulting in modern-day hydroelectric power plants that harness the energy of flowing water to create electricity.

Finding Success in the Pacific Northwest

Why California-Based Companies Are Moving Their Data Center Operations To Washington State

Silicon Valley. It’s a name that conjures up tech giants such as Google, Apple and Facebook residing side-by-side in a magical, if somewhat vacuum-sealed, locale. It’s also a region where hyper- scale businesses and innovative start-ups alike base their operations in the hope that its tech-friendly environment will help drive major success. Despite its allure among technology-driven industry sectors, many California-based enterprises are beginning to realize that perhaps there’s a better place than Silicon Valley to host their data.

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. […]

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 […]