Data Center 3 – Portland Metropolitan Area, Oregon

  • 6,500 sq. ft. facility
  • 2 MW power capacity

Digital Fortress Portland Data Center 3 (PTL3)

Data Center 3 (PTL3) – Beaverton, Oregon is a TYPE-II SSAE 16 compliant data center to clients who need secure space, power, and cooling to deploy their mission critical applications. We also leverage 21 additional data centers in the U.S. and abroad through strategic alliances. We offer a range of options from racks and full cabinets to secure cages.

We also have network connectivity from several service providers. Clients benefit from multiple hardened layers of security, reliability, and protection, combined with rigorous operational and maintenance procedures. We provide professional services that include remote hands, monitoring, and backup.

We operate three data centers in the Portland Metropolitan area: Data Center 2 (PTL2) and Data Center 3 (PTL3) located in Beaverton, and Data Center 1 (PTL) located downtown Portland.

Digital Fortress Beaverton 2 Data Center

Digital Fortress operates four Network Operations Centers (NOC), nine state-of-the-art colocation facilities, which are located in Washington, Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey, and Oregon, and one wholesale data center in Richmond, Virginia.


  • Over 6,500 square foot
  • Flat stable ground with no known faults, flood plains, wetland or other geological threats
  • Borders a “Low” to “Low-Mid” seismic risk area, based on the composite score of relative slope instability, relative amplification
    hazard, and relative liquefaction hazard
  • Floor is static dissipative
  • Out of any flight paths
  • Choice of space in shared and private cabinets, in full-height and partial-cabinet increments
  • All full-height and new partial-size cabinets use a perforated door
  • Cabinets are bolted to the concrete foundation for seismic stability
  • Overhead anchored ladders provide additional vertical stability


Fire Suppression

  • (8) pre-action zones (dry pipe)nitrogen systems VESDA



  • Carrier neutral facility with multiple providers, including
    AboveNet, CenturyLink, Level3, Comcast, Freewire
    Broadband, Frontier, Integra, LS Networks and Time
  • High capacity service with lower-cost choices for backup,
    Disaster Recovery (DR), synchronization, and more
  • Connectivity to the Pittock building via redundant ring
  • Centralized monitoring tools and SNMP agents with
    customized thresholds
  • Diverse Internet backbone with options to connect to
    carriers of choice with both IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing
  • Tailored monitoring for hardware availability, OS/server
    performance, application and/or site availability and

On-Site Support

  • 24/7 NOC Technicians
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • On-site engineers
  • Access to 24/7 portal with; 15 minute response

Tests and Certifications

  • TYPE-II SSAE 16 compliant
  • Tier II design in all critical systems


  • 24/7 monitoring
  • 24/7 key card access
  • 24/7 camera surveillance and 90 day video
  • On-site security
  • CCTV with closed circuit monitoring in all NOCS
  • Controlled access
  • Access with biometric entry


Power density

  • 2 MW single feed

Battery room

  • VRLA Batteries for power transfer


  • 1.5 MW of diesel generator power

Power Configuration

  • N+1 uninterruptible supply


  • N+1 concurrently maintainable


  • 225 tons of DX cooling
  • N+1 with airside economy
  • Hot/cold aisle containment

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