Stream Data Centers to construct $250m facility for U.S. Bank

WCN Editorial Team 18 May 2017 NORTH AMERICA BUSINESS

Stream Data Centers, a US-based data centre developer and operator, has been selected by U.S. Bank for the construction of a $250m data centre in Minnesota, US.

Covering an area of 56,000 sq ft, the single-storey, structurally enhanced facility will offer redundant utility power from two separate substations. The facility has been designed to support 2.4MW of IT load across two data halls.

The new facility will take Stream’s total delivered capacity in the market to more than 10MW. The project combines structurally enhanced buildings, independent infrastructure and best-in-class operations.

Construction on the project, which was announced in 2016, is expected to be complete in December 2017. 

Stream Data Centers co-managing partner Rob Kennedy said: “The Twin Cities are rapidly becoming a major national data center market. This new facility demonstrates the strength of a talented local workforce, robust incentives, available power and growing connectivity.”

Stream Data Centers develops and operates data centre facilities for corporate users and cloud providers, including fully commissioned private data centres and powered shell ready-to-fit data centres.

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