Lincoln Rackhouse Adds 2 Industry Vets to Leadership Team

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Lincoln Rackhouse, the Dallas-based data center division of Lincoln Property Co., announced it added two industry veterans to its leadership team.

John Greenwood will be senior vice president, corporate strategy. The company said that Greenwood is an accomplished senior executive with previous experience in pre-revenue, emerging and large business organizations in the data center and telecom sectors.

Brent Streetman has been named senior vice president, sales and marketing and will be responsible for the integrated platform’s revenue performance and value creation.

“John and Brent have extensive data center experience nationally in a wide variety of industry disciplines, including wholesale & retail colocation, build-to-suit engagements, site selection, business development and contract negotiations,” Lincoln Rackhouse EVP Martin Peck said in a statement. “With their addition, our platform will continue to accelerate its initiatives and commitment to our growth, as well as support our current and future customer’s needs.”

Streetman joins the executive team at Lincoln Rackhouse as a proven leader with more than 25 years of sales and marketing leadership experience. His background also includes managing a $100 million+ P&L for a large multinational firm.

Greenwood has more than 25 years of data center industry experience and previous roles in sales, marketing and operations, he will assist in creating and implementing the overall strategy for Lincoln Rackhouse. He also will focus on growing market share across an integrated platform that includes the recent acquisitions of data center service providers, St. Louis-based Ascent and South Florida-based CBM of America.

The company recently added to its expanding portfolio with the announcements of the development of a data center campus in New Albany, Ohio, known as Silicon Heartland Innovation Park, and the recent acquisition of a top-tier data center in Atlanta.

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