Colo is industry slang for server colocation.  Colocation is a tower of computer servers usually stored in racks.  Servers colocation facilities safely store and preserve your servers if there is a power outage or a worst case scenario like an earthquake, fire, or theft.

Server colocation is a simple way to grow your business.  If you have a small company and need server storage because you are expanding, server colocation may solve these issues. Colocation is much cheaper than building or expanding your data center. 

What are the things that you want to look for in a colocation space?  The first is security: your server must be securely stored.  The second is stability.  Often, in colocation sites the power is backed up and air conditioning is used to keep the servers running well.  The third consideration is location.  Do you need your servers to be local?  Or do you prefer to have colocation occur in another state or even another country.

This is an excellent article about How to Shop for a colocation provider

Interested in colocation? Salmon Bay Technology provides low cost colocation for your servers.

We offer a stable solution for your applications and important data.  Our services are reliable and secure





    New Tower in Ballard

    New Tower in Ballard

    Salmon Bay Wireless has rolled out a new antenna in Ballard.   This is great for the area, as it provides customers with a local company with outstanding Internet Service.  We also feature low pricing. The new antenna gives customers an alternative to massive corporations that don’t have great customer service and require contracts. 

    Salmon Bay Wireless doesn’t require contracts.  We provide 10 Mbits to hundreds of Mbits. We can service homes, condos, apartments and businesses.  Installation is free with pre-paid service.

    Installation is easy – we attach some small hardware to get the tower signal.  (Our largest hardware option is smaller than a satellite tv dish).  Then we install a router in your house that is the standard size of most wireless routers.

    Do you live in our new service area?  If you do check out our website for more information by submitting a service inquiry today or email [email protected]. Give us a call at 206-400-8000.






























    Things to try before calling for Wireless Internet Support

    Things to try before calling for Wireless Internet Support

    You may have a day where you experience problems with your Internet.  If your internet slows down or stops working all together it can be frustrating.  Fortunately, there are some easy things you can do to resolve these issues.  Here are some suggestions on how to fix things quickly, so you don’t have to spend your valuable time reaching out for assistance.

    First, run a speed test.  Go to or  Is your speed slower than it should be?  Once you have confirmed that there is an issue with your speed, it’s time to try other fixes.

    Keep in mind that there is a good technique to test these fixes as you go along.  Type your favorite website’s address into your browser (for example,, and refresh your browser by pushing down the shift key while pushing down the enter key.  If your site displays, then the problem is resolved.

    Here are some additional steps to follow if you are still experiencing problems.   90% of Internet issues are resolved with the first two steps.

    1. Restart your Router.  To do this, pull the power cord out, wait 10 seconds, and plug the power cord back in.  Wait 2-3 minutes and then run a speed test again.  This takes care of most internet issues.
    2. Is your account paid up? Go to the payment link you received from us in your email to look at the status of your account.  This link doesn’t change – it should always reference your account information.
    3. If you find that you still aren’t getting internet at all, some basic checks are helpful.  Is your router plugged in correctly?  Make sure that nothing has come loose or is disconnected.
    4. Next, try plugging your computer directly into your router with an ethernet cord.  Are you able to use the Internet?   This test will eliminate the chance that any local wireless issues are occurring.
    5. Check other equipment as well – take a look at your outside antenna.  Is it where it is supposed to be? (has it come loose?).  Is the antenna pointed in the right direction, the direction where it was pointed when it was installed?

    An option for advanced users is to ping by using a command prompt.  Did you get a response? Then your Internet is up and working but it could be a DNS issue.

     If these suggestions don’t work then email us or call 206-400-8000.