Vice President, Leasing & Network Development

With over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications, service provider and data center sectors, Chad brings a heavy emphasis on the importance of robust network connectivity to Stream Data Centers. As Vice President of Leasing & Network Development, he understands that modern enterprises are increasingly leveraging disruptive IT architectures involving the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing. As a result, they not only need robust facilities with customizable space, power and cooling, but also access to secure, scalable and low latency connections to Tier I providers, regional service providers, cloud service providers, Internet Exchanges and more.

In a nation-wide data center space that has matured, Chad is excited to leverage his industry experience as he works to bring exciting, differentiated network and cloud solutions to Stream’s data centers for the benefit of the its customers. As Stream looks to combine its deep-seated real estate expertise with the technological requirements of comprehensive edge scenarios, he will play a pivotal role in making this a reality.

A veteran of the United States Air Force, Chad also holds a Bachelor of Science, Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing and grilling outdoors.

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