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.
Stream Data Centers
Started in 1999, Stream Data Centers has proven to have a finger on the pulse of the data center market, evolving its offerings alongside trends. From powered shells to finished turn-key facilities, Stream Data Centers has a full suite of services and solutions with a focus on mission-critical environments. Their customers have included household names such as Apple, Home Depot, and AT&T.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
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.
Whether it be an earthquake, tornado, cyberattack, or a black out, natural and man-made disasters can have a catastrophic impact on businesses, especially data centers where 100% uptime is expected. A new white paper from Stream Data Centers outlines best practices for disaster planning in mission-critical environments like data centers.
Chris Bair, Senior Vice President of Sales and Leasing at Stream Data Centers, highlights how enterprise and hyperscale data center requirements have grown more and more similar over the past two decades.
Anthony Bolner, Executive Vice President and Partner at Stream Data Centers, shares how IT infrastructure leaders at large healthcare enterprises are finding a ‘just-right’ solution in build-to-suit with a provider flexible to their requirements.
According to many 451 Research surveys, a large number of enterprises say they already have IoT projects deployed or being tested. And this trend is pushing edge computing and the prevalence of edge strategies. Stream Data Centers contends in a new report that colocation may be the answer to a successful enterprise edge IT strategy.