Stream Data Centers, a company specialized in developing data centers for corporate users, has been awarded Tier III Design Certification from the Uptime Institute for the design documents of their latest Private Data Center facility located in San Antonio, Texas, a designation maintained by less than 20% of colocation data centers across the country.
The new purpose-built Stream Private Data Center delivers up to 7.2 megawatts of critical-load power and includes dual-feed power from two separate substations, utilizing Stream Data Centers’ standard 2N electrical / N+1 mechanical configuration. Designed and constructed to withstand 185 mph winds and uplift, Stream is also using accredited construction and design practices required to achieve a LEED Silver Certification.
Stream Data Centers will provide a full offering of critical colocation facilities management, and larger users will have the flexibility to control their own private suite and dedicated critical infrastructure.
One of the fastest growing cities in the United States, San Antonio is also one of the most active data center markets, with approximately 40 MW of critical load currently under construction. Stream Data Centers began construction on this data center in the Westover Hills development in the fall of 2013, and will deliver fully commissioned, operational data center space available for occupancy in July of this year. The company also has available colocation facilities in Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis and Denver.