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Stream’s Dallas Data Center Boosts Fiber with Unite Private Networks

Stream Data Centers, a premium data center service provider and turnkey facility developer for hyperscale and enterprise users, recently announced its collaboration with Unite Private Networks (UPN), a leading provider of high-capacity, fiber-based communication networks. Stream’s DFW VII Dallas data center is now part of UPN’s extensive on-net fabric, offering a robust suite of high-bandwidth Ethernet, IP, dark fiber and data transport services to customers at the facility in Garland, Texas. 

“At Stream, we believe that delivering data center services should be a great experience for our customers, so we proactively invest in great people and great facilities to create environments that work perfectly for their needs. Unite Private Networks’ fiber complements that promise with its ability to remain highly adaptive for technology platform advances — from dark fiber layer offerings to cloud enablement. This is what ensures their robust support for schools, governments, medical organizations, enterprises and carriers alike,” commented Chad Rodriguez, Vice President of Network & Cloud for Stream Data Centers. “We’re excited for UPN to call Stream Data Centers’ DFW VII home as they look to serve the region more comprehensively, and we’re thrilled to offer customers even greater freedom to leverage the carrier-neutral connectivity that their digital initiatives thrive on.”

Dallas/Fort Worth is home to one of the largest and fastest-growing data center markets in the United States. This is due to an array of factors, including the hub’s central location, skilled workforces, favorable tax incentives and reliable, cost-effective power. Today, supporting growth in the region depends on ensuring the availability of mission-critical infrastructure and high-bandwidth connectivity. With the help of UPN, Stream now offers customers more robust fiber networking options within the Dallas Fort Worth metro. Similarly, UPN customers can now enjoy greater ease of access to turnkey data center services.

“This new data center relationship will continue to support the increasing number of enterprise businesses that move into Dallas,” said Michael Lamacchia, Regional Vice President of Sales at Unite Private Networks. “As we continue to expand our footprint in the metro, business customers will now have more options available for unique, low-latency routes, as well as access to our state-of-the-art fiber-optic network. We are looking forward to expanding our already extensive presence in the metro and are ready to help business customers meet their ever-growing bandwidth requirements.”

To learn more about Unite Private Networks, visit www.uniteprivatenetworks.com

To learn more about Stream Data Centers, visit www.streamdatacenters.com.

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