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.
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.
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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.
Michael Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Stream Data Centers, highlights four steps to ensure successful “marriages” or data center partnerships and for both client and provider, particularly the data center build-operate relationship.
A new report from Stream Data Centers highlights how the data industry company and and leaders of one of the leaders of one of the nation’s larger commercial banks joined forces as part of a comprehensive data center consolidation plan and ascertained the need for a new core build-to-suit data center that would complement its primary Tier IV data center and execute the project.
Data center development continues West of Phoenix. Amazon has bought land in the growing data center cluster in Goodyear, while Stream Data Centers said its Goodyear campus now has Cox fiber and will open next month.
Chad Rodriguez, Vice President of Network and Cloud, along with Chris Bair, Senior Vice President of Sales and Leasing for Stream Data Centers, share key considerations for successfully managing network and cloud demands during a crisis.
Anthony Bolner, EVP of Stream Data Centers, explores the leading trends pushing more hyperscalers and cloud providers to use wholesale data centers.
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