Up-Close with Stream Data Centers’ Anthony Bolner at CAPRE’s Montréal & Québec Data Centre Summit

MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC – CAPRE’s Third Annual Greater Montréal & Québec Data Centre Summit was a day of rousing panels that covered a diverse array of topics – from data center leasing to innovation in AI to engineering and connectivity. One early morning presentation took a similarly broad view of, featuring an up-close interview with Anthony Bolner, Executive Vice-President and Partner at Stream Data Centers, on the market dynamics in the North American data center arena. “Why don’t you tell us where you are in North America now,” suggested CAPRE’s Brian Klebash, who moderated the session. “You’ve got a pretty large footprint that’s only growing. Please describe that footprint.” “Good morning. I’m Anthony Bolner. Stream Data Centers is based in Dallas, Texas, and we’re a developer and operator of colocation data centers. We’re currently active in three markets in Texas – Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio,” began Bolner. “And we’re also active in the Chicago market and the Phoenix market. Here in Montréal, we assist on a large data center in the western part of the market, what is usually referred to as the old Ericsson data center. GI Partners Is the owner, and we assist them on the marketing of that data center, along with David Cervantes at CBRE. Stream Data Centers has basically been in the market for 19 years. We started in 1999 and are working on our twentieth year.” “Why don’t you tell us about the dynamics…