Stream Data Centers has began construction on a commissioned private data center in The Woodlands, Tx.

The center is a single story, 72,500 square foot building and is designed to withstand winds up to 146 mph.

Rob Kennedy, co-managing partner of Stream Data Centers, stated, ""As the Houston economy continues to grow, we see continued growth in data center demand from corporate users.""

According to Stream, the reasoning behind choosing The Woodlands is that the master-planned community is not near any industrial areas, flight paths or rail lines, and has access to power and fiber infrastructures.

A data center is scheduled to not bring several full-time jobs, according to Gil Staley, CEO of the Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership, but it may benefit residents and government entities through the taxes Stream is scheduled to pay.

Staley added, ""Data centers are very infrastructure-intensive, so they're not really a job creator. But it takes a lot of capital to build one.""

In the last four years, this is Stream's fifth data center development in Texas.

The center may be seperated into three halls, or left for one tenant, and is being constructed on Technology Forest Boulevard between Research Forest Drive and New Trails.

Stream Data Centers is located in The Woodlands by beautiful communities like Carlton Woods and Carlton Woods Creekside.

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