Stream Data Centers welcomes Bryan Bennett as vice president of marketing and business development.
In his new position, Bennett will oversee marketing in the South Texas region, where Stream is currently active in the Houston and San Antonio markets.
“Bennett brings valuable knowledge and experience to our team and will be a great asset as we grow into new markets,” said Paul Moser, co-managing partner of Stream Data Centers. “As corporate users continue to expand their operations throughout Texas, having an increased presence in key markets is essential to our business.”
An experienced veteran of the data center and critical facility industry, Bennett has spent 8 years developing, selling and marketing mission critical solutions to the industry’s largest developers and end users
“Stream Data Centers has a great product that meets the current IT and mission critical needs of many end users,” said Bennett. “I look forward to marketing Stream’s Private Data Center model and growing the business.”
Stream Data Centers is expanding its team in response to rapid growth across Texas and in other select markets. The firm recently completed construction on a Private Data Center in the Dallas market and has broken ground on another development in the Houston area. Stream’s Private Data Center model allows companies to immediately deploy critical data center operations, and provides the ability to expand power and cooling infrastructure over the long term. The building can be demised into three fully independent Private Data Center Suites, or controlled by a single tenant.
Prior to joining Stream Data Centers, Bennett worked for Lee Technologies, Inc. He previously co-founded the Houston AFCOM organization and is a graduate of Texas A&M University.
About Stream Data Centers
Stream Data Centers specializes in developing secure, independent, highly efficient data centers for Corporate America. Since 1999, Stream has acquired and developed more than 1.3 million square feet of data center space, representing over 120 megawatts of power. Stream’s customers include Apple, AT&T, Catholic Health Initiatives, Chevron, The Home Depot and Nokia. Stream currently has data center projects available in Dallas, Houston, Denver and San Antonio. For more information, visit Stream Data Centers’ website at www.streamdatacenters.com.