Exciting news this week out of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Stream Data Centers has formally commissioned its newly constructed DFW VII hyperscale data center in Garland, Texas. With this 138,000 square foot facility, Stream has taken yet another step to cement its position in this competitive market as a leading provider of colocation and connectivity solutions for enterprises and hyperscale cloud providers.
As the second largest data center market in the US, the Dallas Fort-Worth area continues to attract enterprises and cloud providers with affordable power rates, tax incentives and an environment safe from natural disasters.
“At Stream Data Centers, we have strong history of forecasting the market and delivering leading class data center products and services as they are needed. Modern enterprises are increasingly consuming both cloud computing resources as well as applications powered by emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. As a result, they need scalable colocation solutions that also deliver proximal, low latency connectivity to cloud providers, network operators, carriers, internet exchanges and other critical business enablers. With our facility in the Garland region of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, we are giving our customers a valuable option for accessing highly resilient infrastructure and robust connectivity options where needed.” – Paul Moser, Co-Managing Partner at Stream Data Centers.
Key features of Stream’s DFW-VII facility include:
- 138,132 square feet of purpose-built, structurally enhanced data center, expandable to approximately 400,000 square feet
- Two 40 MW utility feeds from a new on-site Oncor substation
- Two diverse telco entrances with multiple fiber providers and a strong mix of local, long haul and dark fiber providers
- Outside the FEMA 500-year flood plain
- Texas data center tax exemption program provides significant benefits to prospective customers