Stream data center is a leading data center developer specializing in providing private data centers to corporate users. It recently announced the appointment of Bryan Benet as the Vice president of the marketing and business section of the company.

Bryan Benet would be responsible for the marketing section of Stream data center in the Texas region, where the company is currently active. Stream is active in the Houston and San Antonio markets.

“Bryan brings valuable knowledge

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and experience to our team and will be a great asset as we grow into new markets,” said Paul Moser, co-managing partner of Stream Data Centers. “As corporate users continue to expand their operations throughout Texas, having an increased presence in key markets is essential to our business.”

Benet is an experienced veteran of the industry. He has played key roles in developing, marketing, and selling marketing solutions to the company’s end users.

“Stream Data Centers has a great product that meets the current IT and mission critical needs of many end users,” said Bennett. “I look forward to marketing Stream’s Private Data Center model and growing the business.”

Stream data center has established a niche for itself in the private data center market. It has recently completed the construction of its private data center facility in the region of Dallas and has started with another project in Houston. The private data center model allows clients to immediately install critical data center operations, and also provides the clients with facilities to deploy efficient power and cost saving units.

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