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Centeris Taps Spectrum Networks to Power Ultra-fast West Coast Connections

December 12
11:43 2014

SEATTLE – Centeris, a leading infrastructure provider for mission critical IT and networking systems, announced today it has teamed up with Spectrum Networks, a subsidiary of Wave and one of the West Coast’s largest independent Internet service providers, to connect its Seattle area data center campus with all Pacific Northwest super NAPs (Network Access Points), including the Westin, as well as major POPs (Points of Presence) in California.

The new relationship allows both Centeris, which operates the most powerful, scalable and secure data center campus in the Pacific Northwest, and Spectrum Networks to offer a turnkey, high performance and cost effective solution that simplifies connectivity to all major West Coast commercial centers, regional cable landing stations, and network access points. Centeris and Spectrum’s diverse community of clients will have entry to a range of robust connectivity options coupled with scalable data center capacity to ensure systems availability and architectural flexibility, all at competitive prices.

“Centeris has world class facilities and we’re excited to partner with them on this project,” said John van Oppen, SVP of Spectrum Networks and Wave. “We look forward to providing interconnection services that drive value in our partner datacenters and position all parties to take advantage of the growth in the need for highly diverse data capacity services throughout our footprint.”

“Spectrum Networks offers a very attractive set of services that are well aligned with the Centeris proposition,” said Simon Lee, Director of Centeris. “From its physical footprint to the VXC, Spectrum provides the advanced interconnection solutions and high performance network needed for the Centeris ecosystem to satisfy exploding enterprise, cloud and transpacific demand.”

About Centeris
Centeris is a leading infrastructure provider for mission critical IT and networking systems headquartered in the Seattle area. By integrating innovative design with proven energy efficient and environmentally sustainable technologies, Centeris combines abundant reliable power with robust critical infrastructure and efficient data center operations. Strategically located, Centeris offers the industrial IT power to complement regional, national and transpacific networks to drive today’s Internet economy. Privately held by The Benaroya Company, with facilities in the Northwest including Seattle and Boise, Centeris possesses the operational flexibility coupled with the financial strength to respond to current and future requirements with speed and certainty. Additional information can be found at

About Spectrum Networks
Spectrum Networks is a leading West Coast provider in data center to data center transport and sophisticated high-bandwidth Internet connectivity. Based in Seattle, the Spectrum Network footprint extends from the Puget Sound north to Canada and south to Portland and the Greater Bay Area, including Silicon Valley. Spectrum’s metro footprint allows fiber access to enterprise locations that need direct connections to data centers, and customizable high-bandwidth Internet solutions. A specific blend of robust performance, multi-route reliability, and lower total cost of ownership offers unparalleled, enterprise-class service to Spectrum customers. Spectrum’s acquisition in September 2013 by parent company WaveDivision Holdings has been a catalyst in the company’s exponential growth in the data center transport market on the West Coast. Additional information can be found at

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