Advania Expands into Second atNorth Data Center in Iceland

Reykjavík, Iceland– March 26th, 2024 – HPC and AI colocation atNorth announced an expansion of its partnership with Nordic IT services corporation, Advania, providing additional capacity at its state of the art ICE03 site in Iceland which opened last year. Advania is a long-standing customer of atNorth at its ICE01 site in Reykjavík in addition to some of atNorth’s other […]

atNorth Joins Finnish Data Center Association

Reykjavik, Iceland – November 2, 2023 – atNorth, a Nordic colocation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence service provider, today announced it joined the Finnish Data Center Association (FDCA). The association aims to nurture the fast growing data center ecosystem in Finland, and enhance the standardization and sustainability of its industry processes. The business acquired two […]

atNorth Announces 30MW Data Center in Copenhagen for HPC, AI

Reykjavík – October 10th, 2023 –  atNorth, a Nordic colocation for HPC and AI, has announced its expansion into Denmark with a new data center in Ballerup, Greater Copenhagen. The first phase will go live in Q4 2024 following a swift 12-month build. The site, called DEN01, will be atNorth’s ninth data center and marks its presence […]

atNorth Shortlisted for 14th Annual Energy Awards

Reykjavík, Iceland – September 6th, 2023 – atNorth, a Nordic colocation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence service provider, today announced that its Sweden data center is on the shortlist for the ‘Physical Technology of the Year – Heating and Cooling’ category at the 2023 Energy Awards. atNorth’s SWE01 data center launched in 2022 and is specifically designed […]

atNorth Names Erling Gudmundsson COO

Reykjavík, Iceland – August 15th, 2023 – atNorth, a Nordic colocation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence service provider, has announced the appointment of Erling Gudmundsson as chief operating officer (COO). The company said the hire supports atNorth’s commitment to building a world class leadership team to guide its extensive growth plans in response to the increasing demand […]

HPC Colo atNorth Announces Shortlist Selection for the National Sustainability Awards

Reykjavík, Iceland – July 25th, 2023 – atNorth, a Nordic colocation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence service provider, has been shortlisted in two categories at this year’s National Sustainability Awards. The ‘Building of the Year’ shortlisting recognizes the design of atNorth’s SWE01 data center that was launched in 2022. The site is one of the world’s first large […]

atNorth Announces 44% Revenue Growth

Reykjavik, Iceland – July 12th 2023 — atNorth, a nordic colocation, high-performance computing and AI service provider, has today announced a group income of SEK 560 million  (EUR 53 million) as it publishes its 2022 annual accounts. This figure represents a 44 percent increase in revenue from 2021 and further growth is expected in the […]

atNorth Opens Sixth Nordic Data Center

Reykjavík, Iceland – June 9th, 2023 – atNorth, a Nordic colocation, high-performance computing and artificial intelligence service provider, has  announced that their third Iceland data center, ICE03, is now fully operational with an initial capacity of 10 MW, following an 11-month build. This brings their total number of operational data centers to six, with one additional site, […]

BNP Paribas to Move More IT Infrastructure to atNorth HPC Data Center

Stockholm – 28 March 2023 – atNorth, a pan-Nordic colocation, HPC and AI service provider, has announced that financial institution BNP Paribas continues to move portions of its workloads to the Nordic region. The migration of another portion of its IT workload to the atNorth site in Sweden is a continuation of BNP Paribas’ program to […]

atNorth: The Future of AI Is an Energy Crisis

By Guy D’Hauwers, atNorth The original definition of artificial intelligence was the ability of computers to perform tasks that people usually did. However, as the technology continues to develop it is apparent that there are many situations whereby computers can collate up-to-the minute data to provide analysis that no human could feasibly do. This isn’t to say that computers can, or will, replace human jobs, but rather that they provide a better service that transforms the way in which tasks are carried out across business today.