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Stream Data Centers secures Houston-area lease
 
 
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Stream Data Centers has secured the first lease in its facility 
in The Woodlands

 

A. Lee Graham

Reporter
 
Stream Data Centers of Dallas has secured the first lease in its recently completed Stream Private Data Center in The Woodlands north of Houston.
 
The company leased one of three available data center suites at the location and outsourced its information technology infrastructure operations to Stream, which began building the data center in August 2012 and commissioned the facility in June of this year.
 
“We look forward to providing exceptional service to this new customer,” said Paul Moser, co-managing partner of Stream Data Centers in a news release.
 
The center provides tenants with maintenance and operations programs for their own infrastructure needs within a dedicated suite, which features independent power and cooling infrastructure.
 
Stream Data Centers also has data center facilities in Dallas, San Antonio, Denver and Minneapolis.
 
Stream Data Centers specializes in developing secure, independent data centers. Since 1999, the company has acquired and developed more than 1.3 million square feet of data center space, representing more than 120 megawatts of power. Its customers include Apple, AT&T, Catholic Health Initiatives, The Home Depot and Nokia. More information is available at www.streamdatacenters.com.
 
lgraham@bizpress.net
 

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