Iceland set to become international data centre hub

Friday 31 May 2013 | 07:50 CET | News
Iceland is positioned to become an international data centre hub, according to an independent study conducted by BroadGroup Consulting. Iceland's power proposition is to provide economic advantages with competitive energy prices in Europe through fixed-rate, long term contracts. On the key issue of power, encompassing everything from costs to quality to regulation, Iceland scores higher than leading global datacentre locations such as the US, UK, Sweden, Singapore and Hong Kong. Global leaders such as Rio Tinto and Alcoa have requirements of >400MW and have expanded its sites in Iceland due

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