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Stream Data Centers has provided premium data center services since 1999, with 90% of its inventory leased to Fortune 100 customers. To date, Stream leadership has remained consistent through acquisition, development and management of more than two dozen facilities – and counting. From site selection to data center construction and operations, Stream develops wholesale colocation capacity and build-to-suit solutions for hyperscale and enterprise users. Additionally, Stream sources low-risk land sites for optimum data center development, and provides energy procurement services with a focus on reducing market risk and low-cost renewable energy options.  All of Stream’s facilities feature carrier-neutral, low latency connectivity to network and public cloud providers. Stream Data Centers is a subsidiary of Stream Realty Partners, a full service commercial real estate investment, development and services company. As one of the most successful commercial real estate firms in the country, Stream’s mission drives environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations and actions that support the communities and environments they impact, while engaging a wide range of diverse perspectives for the advancement employees.

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Why Liquid Cooling is More Sustainable

May 20, 2024
Stuart Lawrence of Stream Data Centers explains that because liquid is a more efficient means of heat transfer than air, liquid cooling will be necessary to support the next generation...
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Ready for AI? Not Until You’ve Overcome These 3 Challenges

March 1, 2024
Supporting AI deployments is easy to say and hard to do. Stuart Lawrence, VP of Product Innovation & Sustainability at Stream Data Centers and Mike Licitra, VP of Solutions Architecture...
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Case Study: When a Hyperscaler’s Ambitious Vision Calls for Hundreds of Megawatts of New Capacity in Under 18 Months

Sept. 8, 2023
In this case study, Tejo Pydipati of Stream Data Centers outlines how over 40 MW of capacity was delivered in 16 months to support one hyperscaler's ambitious vision.
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4 Keys to Surviving COVID As a Couple (Or Delivering a 40+ MW Data Center in 13 Months)

May 5, 2023
Chris Bair explains how Stream Data Centers successfully delivered a hyperscale data center campus in the toughest supply chain environment we’ve ever seen. (The same way some...
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What We (Don’t) Know About Data Center Sustainability

Feb. 15, 2023
Stream Data Centers’ Stuart Lawrence explains how what we know about the environmental impact of the data center has evolved – and will continue to.

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Data Center Development in an AI-Driven Market

May 1, 2024
The explosion of AI into the mainstream has driven massive changes in technology infrastructure and the data centers that support it. The industry is dealing with the massive ...

Liquid Cooling: A Sustainable Revolution in Data Center Efficiency

March 6, 2024
Liquid Cooling is More Sustainable. And it’s coming to a data center near you.

Case Study: Financial Services Build-To-Suit Data Center

Dec. 13, 2023
As part of a comprehensive data center consolidation plan, leaders of one of the nation’s largest commercial banks ascertained the need for a new core data center that would complement...

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