New infrastructure investor D9 buys Iceland data centre Verne Global

Wednesday 8 September 2021 | 11:18 CET | News
Digital 9 Infrastructure (D9) has acquired Verne Global, a data centre platform in Iceland, for GBP 231 million in cash. Verne Global operates on a former Nato site near Keflavik, delivering data centre services fully powered from local renewable sources, either hydroelectric or geothermal. The company also benefits from ambient low temperatures for colling.

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