Case Study: Financial Services Build-to-Suit Data Center — Strength through Flexibility

Build-to-Suit Data Center

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In the competitive and highly regulated banking industry, demands on financial institutions come not only from customers, but from regulators and shareholders. In fact, the financial services sector is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the nation. Get the new report that shows how a collaborative partnership with Stream Data Centers gave one of the nation’s largest commercial banks the security and control of a standalone facility and the ability to specify the design, build and ongoing operation of a dedicated data center building that incorporated the most critical elements of the existing customer-built facility.

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A new report explores how as part of a comprehensive data center consolidation plan, leaders of one of the nation’s largest commercial banks — the company is one of the largest financial institutions in the nation, with over $500 billion in assets — ascertained the need for a new core build-to-suit data center that would complement its primary Tier IV data center.

In the competitive and highly regulated banking industry, demands on financial institutions come not only from customers, but from regulators and shareholders. In fact, the financial services sector is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the nation. And whenever new capital investments or operational commitments are required, bank leaders have a responsibility to ensure that expenditures are justified and add value to the organization.

A new report shows how a collaborative partnership with Stream Data Centers gave the bank the security and control of a standalone facility and the ability to specify the design, build and ongoing operation of a dedicated data center building that incorporated the most critical elements of the existing customer-built facility. It also got them up and running in less than a year and saved the bank millions in capital expenses along the way, creating shareholder value with a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).