Construction has begun on the Stream Data Centers, DFW VII hyperscale data center in Garland, Texas!  This new expandable 138,132 square-foot, structurally-enhanced facility will provide optimum power utility and fiber connectivity to the Dallas market.

The Dallas region is bursting with enterprises that require significantly more computing power and reliable performance without the risk of costly downtime.  The new DFW VII facility in Garland will provide the dedicated infrastructure, security and performance that Fortune 500 enterprises and cloud providers desire.

Slated to hold 75,000 square feet of data hall space, the facility is designed to support 15MW of 2N critical load with dual 40MW utility feeds – all with an abundance of flexible, scalable capabilities.

Stream develops and operates a broad portfolio of highly resilient, scalable and efficient data centers. The company specializes in providing tailored solutions to meet each client’s unique requirements. As part of its holistic approach to customer success, Stream can support enterprises of all sizes through its data center development, critical environments, network and cloud and energy procurement services. Underlying its products and services is a deep commitment to maximizing uptime and value without compromising on health, safety and security.

To view a finalized rendering of the site, visit the Stream Data Centers’ website where you can also read more about the many benefits of colocating mission-critical infrastructure within the hyperscale DFW VII facility.

View the full news release here.