Stream’s San Antonio II Data Center is just 15 miles from the San Antonio International Airport, in popular Westover Hills business park. San Antonio’s central location, reliable infrastructure and stable cost of electricity makes it a great choice for national enterprise users to locate their mission-critical infrastructure. San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and home to many aerospace, financial service, healthcare, government organizations and oil and gas companies. Forbes recently rated San Antonio the “Hottest City for millennials’ and “Best Cities for Young Graduates”. In order to service those San Antonio industries, Stream built a 76,000 sq foot data center in beautiful Westover Hills master-planned business park, offering private data center suites, retail colocation and data center security and data center disaster recovery services.
San Antonio’s low probability of natural disasters makes it a top choice for data centers in Texas. The city of San Antonio has plentiful electricity with the nation’s largest municipally-owned electric power and national gas plant, CPS Energy. San Antonio Water Systems (SAWS) is the largest municipally-owned water utility plant. The abundant utility resources and tax incentives provides great savings for businesses, data centers and colocation facility in San Antonio.