Moses Lake Data Center MWH1

MWH1 Campus

This is a building with a storied history. It is one of the first purpose-built hardened data centers ever built. It initially served as a North American Air Defense Command Direction Center from 1958-1963. It housed an IBM S.A.G.E. computer system used to monitor and coordinate US air defense in the early years of the Cold War. Recently, it has under gone a complete refit to build out a fully modern and highly resilient data center. Power is delivered from an adjacent power sub-station with a potential of 80 MW of available utility power. The closest airports are Spokane International (2 hours) and Seattle-Tacoma International (3 hours).

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MWH1-A
MWH1-B
Technical Specifications

Utility Power

2.5 MW*

UPS Capacity

1.5 MW*

UPS Configuration

N+1

Generator Capacity

2.5 MW*

Generator Configuration

N+1

Fuel Capacity

6,000 Gal*

Cooling Configuration

N+1

Carriers

Alltell
CenturyLink
Grant County PUD
Level 3
Noanet
Northland Cable
Startouch

Certifications & Compliance Standards

SSAE18 / ISAE 3402
SOC 1 & SOC 2
ISO27001
PCI DSS 3.0/3.1
NIST 800-53 PE

Location

4949 Randolph Road, Moses Lake, WA 98837

* shared across MWH1-A and MWH1-B pods

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