DALLAS, TX – June 12, 2019 – Stream Data Centers, an industry leader in providing premium data center solutions, announces that its Co-Managing Partner, Rob Kennedy, and Vice President of Business Development, Katie O’Hara, will be representing the company at ITW 2019. Available for meetings throughout the event, the Stream team is eager to deliver its message about the benefits of partnering with data center providers with expertise not only in data center development and leasing, but also in critical environments operations and facility management services.
Over the past several months, Stream has been evolving its products and services to draw a clear distinction between its trademark data center products and its mission-critical facilities management services. In fact, the company has recently elevated its brand in the space by publishing a series of bulletins and white papers demonstrating its expertise in the following areas:
- Critical Facilities Management
- HSE (health, safety, environment)
- Compliance Consulting
- Security Consulting
- Critical Engineering Consulting
Together, these services offer customers peace of mind knowing that their service and operations remain resilient and impeccable regardless of ongoing events.
“In today’s competitive data center market, enterprises are looking for more than just a provider of space, power, cooling and connectivity options,” says Michael Lahoud, COO of Stream Data Centers. “Instead, they need a reliable partner with the facilities management expertise to assist them in optimizing operational performance, containing costs and mitigating risk. Time and again, we’ve seen our clients choose us because of this differentiator and it’s one that has been crucial to our growth.”
“At Stream, we know that mission-critical facilities require highly specialized knowledge, processes and experience to achieve performance objectives,” remarks Katie O’Hara, Vice President of Business Development at Stream. “Although emerging technologies like AI and Machine Learning have a role to play in helping data center and other facility operators improve efficiency, the entire process of facilities management requires a much more holistic approach. From data protection to workplace safety and everything in between, our team can provide value-added consultancy services for organizations in need of improved facilities management.”
Held from June 23-26, ITW will be held this year in Atlanta, Georgia. With over 7,000 delegates from 135 countries slated to attend, the conference promises to once again bring the best of the global telecoms industry together for networking, business development and learning opportunities.
To meet with a Stream representative at ITW, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about Stream Data Centers, visit the company’s website at www.streamdatacenters.com.
About Stream Data Centers:
Stream Data Centers has been providing premium data center solutions to Fortune 500 companies since 1999. To date, Stream has acquired and developed over 2.5 million square feet of data center space nationally, representing more than 250 megawatts of power.
Product offerings include Hyperscale Data Centers, Private Data Center™ Suites, Ready-to-Fit™ Powered Shells, Retail Colocation and Build-to-Suit Data Centers – all with immediate connection to network carriers and public cloud providers. Above all, Stream is dedicated to improving the data center experience through exceptional people and service.
Services supporting critical environments and energy procurement leverage the combined skill sets and resources of Stream’s technical real estate professionals with fine-tuned data center and energy management expertise, to deliver an end-to-end solution for all mission-critical infrastructure needs.
Stream Data Centers is a subsidiary of Stream Realty Partners, L.P., a full service commercial real estate investment, development and services company. Founded in 1996, Stream Realty has a staff of more than 800 real estate professionals with offices in 13 markets across the nation. The company manages over 170 million square feet of commercial properties and completes approximately $3 billion in transactions annually.