Happy Independence Day to our U.S. readers. Huge new campuses and innovative in sustainability were the key themes that resonated with Data Center Frontier readers last month. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in June 2022, in order of article views.
Stream Data Centers
Stream Data Centers has provided premium data center services since 1999, with 90% of its inventory leased to Fortune 100 customers. To date, Stream leadership has remained consistent through acquisition, development and management of more than two dozen facilities – and counting.
From site selection to data center construction and operations, Stream develops wholesale colocation capacity and build-to-suit solutions for hyperscale and enterprise users. Additionally, Stream sources low-risk land sites for optimum data center development, and provides energy procurement services with a focus on reducing market risk and low-cost renewable energy options. All of Stream’s facilities feature carrier-neutral, low latency connectivity to network and public cloud providers.
Stream Data Centers is a subsidiary of Stream Realty Partners, a full service commercial real estate investment, development and services company. As one of the most successful commercial real estate firms in the country, Stream’s mission drives environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations and actions that support the communities and environments they impact, while engaging a wide range of diverse perspectives for the advancement employees.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
Chris Kincaid, Senior Vice President of Development at Stream Data Centers, shares his perspective on navigating today’s market dependencies, and delivering the capacity hyperscalers need via build-to-suit data center solutions.
CyrusOne’s next chapter, NVIDIA’s new hardware, and Northern VIrginia’s shortage of development sites were the most popular stories for readers of Data Center Frontier in March 2022.
Water is a resource we must acknowledge as finite, and we must safeguard it accordingly. Stream Data Center’s Chris Bair and Yvonne Deir share their perspectives on data center water use and how to optimize water consumption.
Tax exemptions, connectivity, and renewable energy are just some of the factors that make Minneapolis a robust data center market. A new white paper from Stream Data Centers outlines 5 of the top growth drivers this midwestern city.
There are steps data center customers can take to mitigate risk and gain some control over how these interesting times in the energy market can affect your company’s bottom line. Michael Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Stream Data Centers, shares insights around what’s on the horizon for U.S. energy and market factors that could affect pricing over time.
Enterprise and hyperscale requirements have converged. Chris Bair, Senior Vice President of Sales and Leasing at Stream Data Centers discusses 5 keys to successfully serving enterprise and hyperscale customers, including collaboration, adaptability, and flexibility.
Recruiting staff to keep pace with the growth of the data center industry will be a major challenge in coming years. The seven experts on our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable weigh in on the strategies and solutions that can meet this challenge.
Rather than focus on getting a data center as close to home as possible, this shift in infrastructure strategy means factors like total cost of ownership (TCO), flexibility, performance, “righteousness,” take precedence.
The cloud is not only a catalyst. Because it’s a great option for most applications, it has become a competitive benchmark. Enterprise IT leaders must be good stewards of their company’s resources by deploying and managing infrastructure in facilities that meet the same benchmarks as the cloud service providers do. Insights from Chris Bair of Stream Data Centers.