Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller.
There are many more hyperscale data centers to be built. Stream Data Centers would like to build some of them.
Stream is an experienced player in data center real estate, and has built a strong business delivering facilities for enterprises and service providers. The Dallas-based company sees an opportunity in building multi-facility developments where large technology companies deploy tens of thousands of servers.
“We think the industry is shifting, and that we can bring a creative real estate approach to the hyperscale market,” said Michael Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Stream Data Centers.
Stream’s expansion into the hyperscale sector reinforces the trend toward cloud campuses – large server farms to support the shift of IT capacity from corporate data centers to cloud computing platforms. As we noted back in 2015, the scale of these facilities will continue to grow as cloud computing gains momentum, driven by social networks, Big Data, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
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