In the last part of our conversation with Kevin Imboden of Cushman and Wakefield, Kevin explains the market dynamics generated by large hyperscalers when entering a new market with data center facilities. (Part 3 of 3)
Kevin Imboden of Cushman and Wakefield walks us through the dynamics of the Data Center, Real Estate market during this conversation with our COO Gisli Kr.
atNorth - previously Advania Data Centers – this week began construction work on a new $72 million climate-positive data center in Stockholm, Sweden. The complex will have an IT load of 11.2 MW and generate excess heat that Stockholm Exergi will use to heat local homes.
Advania Data Centers, a high-density computing technology company headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, announced today that it had changed its name and will now be known as atNorth. Among the other changes will be its logo, tagline, and domain name to atnorth.com.
Join us for a deep dive in Data Center insights and strategy with Denis Weber. Part 3 of 3
Join us for a deep dive in Data Center insights and strategy with Denis Weber. Part 2 of 3
Today, it’s not enough that enterprises say they’re reducing their carbon footprint. Customers demand proof that their service vendors and partners are removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and going climate positive. atNorth (atNorth) is doing exactly that through its corporate decisions, partnerships and green initiatives.
Join us for a deep dive in Data Center insights and strategy with Denis Weber. In this episode we discuss with Denis about the origins of the PUE concept and it's future potential developments. Part 1 of 3
Farice, an Icelandic operator of two submarine cables, has launched a seabed survey for a new direct current (DC) cable connecting Iceland and Ireland that will boost redundancy and lower the latency to UK and US, making Iceland even more attractive for data center infrastructure.
We have run OpenFOAM using 3 different configurations of HPCFLOW (1, 2 and 4 nodes) against comparable Azure configurations. Our tests have shown that HPCFLOW is up to 50% faster than Azure’s HBv2, depending on the complexity and size of the project.
atNorth Data Centers (atNorth) in collaboration with Intel® is providing it’s HPCFLOW HPCaaS platform free of charge to the University of Geneva’s Global Institute of Health in order to develop a stochastic network model that simulates the spread of COVID-19.
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