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Equinix Opens $60 Million Seattle Data Center
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5/15/2013 | 8:09:04 PM
re: Equinix Opens $60 Million Seattle Data Center
To answer the author's query, last week Equinix announced a direct connect service to AWS (Amazon Web Service) in Seattle. http://www.equinix.com/company...
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3/25/2013 | 2:21:14 PM
re: Equinix Opens $60 Million Seattle Data Center
That is a huge amount of money dedicates to one particular building and technology. I imagine a company like Equinix would have to take data security to another level, due to the fact of the sensitivity of the information being stored. I would love a tour, and an excuse to make it back to SeattleG«™.

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