Stream Private Data Center Breaks Ground in San Antonio

"San Antonio's central location, reliable infrastructure and stable cost of electricity make it a great choice for national enterprise users to locate and operate their mission-critical infrastructure," said Rob Kennedy, co-managing partner, Stream Data Centers. With this in mind, the Stream Private Data Center (PDC) broke ground in the master-planned business park Westover Hills.

“San Antonio’s central location, reliable infrastructure and stable cost of electricity make it a great choice for national enterprise users to locate and operate their mission-critical infrastructure,” declared Rob Kennedy, co-managing partner with Stream Data Centers. With this in mind, the company broke ground on the Stream Private Data Center in the master-planned business park of Westover Hills.

The development will encompass 75,840 square feet on 9.6 acres of greenfield. Built to comply with the Miami-Dade County Building Code Standards, it will be able to withstand 185 mph winds. Stream Data Centers is also using accredited construction and design practices needed to achieve a LEED Silver certification.

Initially, the building will be divided into three 10,000-square-foot suites, which can be further divided in 200 kilowatt increments to satisfy different size requirements on the market. Among the property’s features are the redundant telecommunications rooms that have access to multiple fiber providers supplying the site. Each suite will have allocated 4,500 square feet of private office space for disaster recovery.

The new facility is scheduled to be commissioned and ready for occupancy in May 2014.

Stream Data Centers has 14 years of experience in the field, providing space for enterprise data center users such as Apple, AT&T, Home Depot, Nokia and others. During this time, the firm has acquired, developed and operated more than 1.5 million square feet of data center space in Texas, Colorado, Minnesota and California.