Stream Data Centers Names Michael Lahoud Vice President of Mission Critical Advisory Services
DALLAS, Oct. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Stream Data Centers, a leading provider of data center solutions for corporate users, recently announced the addition of Michael Lahoud as vice president.
In this position, Lahoud will lead the company’s Mission Critical Advisory Services Group. He brings additional technical expertise to Stream’s data center development and acquisition platform, which has delivered over 120 Megawatts of critical load to corporate users over the past twelve years.
“Michael has extensive experience assisting corporations with the development and implementation of their data center strategies. His background in data center design and space optimization will greatly enhance our offering to corporate data center users,” said Paul Moser, Co-Managing Director of Stream Data Centers.
Prior to joining Stream Data Centers, Lahoud served as Vice President of Business Development and Solution Services for Tubbesing Sales Corporation, and as a Systems Engineer with APC / Schneider Electric.
“Stream Data Centers has an impressive track record of developing data center facilities. We look forward to sharing our best practices gained during the site selection and design process to assist our clients with their corporate data center strategies,” said Lahoud.
Lahoud has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Texas Christian University. He earned a Master of Science in Systems Engineering and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from Southern Methodist University. He is a member of Metroplex Technology Business Council, 7 x 24 Exchange and AFCOM.
Stream Data Centers is expanding rapidly in Texas and other select markets. The company’s newest development is a 72,500 square foot Private Data Center in Richardson, Texas, scheduled for completion in spring 2012. Additionally, Stream has a Private Data Center available in Denver.
About Stream Data Centers
Stream Data Centers has a twelve-year track record of providing space for large, enterprise data center users including Apple, AT&T, Chevron, The Home Depot, Nokia, Catholic Health Initiatives and others. During that time Stream has acquired and developed more than 1.2 million square of data center space in Texas, California, and Colorado. For more information, visit Stream Data Centers’ website at www.streamdatacenters.com.
Traci Thurmond, Nunez PR Group
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