Stream Data Centers, one of world’s leading data centers providing data center solution to Fortune 500 companies announced that it has begun the construction of hyper-scale data center. The new data center is being constructed in the area of 138,132 square-foot located in Garland, Texas. The DFW VII hyper-scale data center will provide structurally enhanced with flexible and scalable capabilities to meet the cloud requirement of enterprises.

The data center will house close to 75,000 square feet of data hall space; it will support the 15MW of 2N critical load. The onsite utility and substation feeds are provided by Oncor with the support of dual 40MW.

Paul Moser of Stream data centers announced that the latest Dallas based hyper-scale data center facility is being built to meet the ever-evolving data and cloud requirements. As the need for different types of cloud facilities increases, there will be a need for higher computing power that provides reliable performance. The stream develops and operates a broad array of products that are highly resilient, scalable and efficient to operate in data centers. The stream is currently able to support all the data requirements with its underlying products and services maximizing the uptime and maintaining the security.

Enterprises can view the finalized rendering of the site along with the collateral that combines different benefits of the infrastructure.