December 21, 2018
Stream Data Centers began construction on its DFW VII hyperscale data center, a 138,132-square-foot facility in Garland, TX. Upon completion, the facility will offer 75,000 square feet of data hall space, and is designed to support 15 megawatts of 2N critical load, (to ensure seamless redundancies). The center also allows for dual 40-megawatt feeds from an on-site substation.
Situated on 22.6 acres on Lookout Drive in the northeast Dallas suburb, the data center will have the capacity to eventually hold 400,000 square feet. Completion is scheduled for summer 2019.
“As the region’s enterprises move to an outsourced model, they require significantly more computing power and high-density server configurations to ensure reliable performance with no downtime,” said Stream Data Centers’ Paul Moser. “Our new DFW VII facility . . . will provide the dedicated infrastructure, security and privacy Fortune 500 enterprises and cloud providers desire.”
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