DALLAS, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Stream Data Centers announced today that it has received Tier III Certification from the Uptime Institute for the design documents of their latest Private Data Center facility located in Chaska, Minnesota in the Minneapolis market.
Paul Moser, Co-Managing Partner with Stream Data Centers commented, "The time and resources spent to certify the design of this data center as Tier III by the Uptime Institute demonstrates our commitment to build and operate highly redundant, mission critical facilities for our clients. Stream is delivering purpose built, enterprise quality data center space and the market is responding well."
The new purpose-built Stream Private Data Center in Chaska delivers up to 7.2 megawatts of critical-load power and includes dual-feed power from two separate substations. Stream is utilizing its standard 2N electrical / N+1 mechanical configuration. The new Private Data Center is designed and constructed to withstand 185-mph winds and uplift. Stream is also using accredited construction and design practices required to achieve a LEED Silver Certification.
The new 7.2 megawatt data center facility offers a new level of control and flexibility to the Minneapolis market. Stream will provide a full offering of critical facilities management and larger users will have the flexibility to control their own private suite and dedicated critical infrastructure.
Stream began construction on this brand new, state-of-the-art data center development in Chaska in the summer of 2013, and will deliver fully commissioned, operational data center space available for occupancy in April 2014. The company also has available data center facilities in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Denver.
About Stream Data Centers
Stream Data Centers develops and operates purpose built data center facilities for corporate users. Stream has acquired, developed and operated more than 1.5 million square feet of data center space in Texas, Colorado, Minnesota, and California representing more than 125 megawatts of power. For more information, visit Stream Data Centers' website at www.streamdatacenters.com.
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