EcoDataCenter has been selected as a partner in a six-year agreement regarding colocation services for High Performance Computing (HPC.) The agreement includes 4MW high-density colocations which will be delivered from EcoDataCenters facility in Falun.
EcoDataCenter has successfully operated HPC for the BMW Group in the data center in Piteå (formerly Fortlax Datacenter) for the past four years and has now gained renewed trust after a period of fierce competition with other Nordic datacenter players. Important criteria in the procurement have been technical credibility, which will ensure the operation of BMW Group’s HPC, together with high safety and, above all, a strong focus on sustainability.
“We are very happy and proud to have won this contract with BMW. The fact that BMW chooses us as a partner proofs that we have an offer that attracts customers with very high demands. It feels good to be able to support BMW secure their HPC operations and at the same time strengthen their sustainability profile within IT, says Magnus Angermund, CMO EcoDataCenter.
EcoDataCenter has a stated goal of becoming the largest data center player in the Nordic market. This journey began in 2014 in a conscious effort with the planning and construction of the data center in Falun that would be safer and more sustainable than any other data center. Today it is the world’s first climate-positive data center.
“We see a clearly increasing demand for sustainable data centers. EcoDataCenter is very well positioned to receive more customers with the same high demands as BMW. With our highly skilled team and our fantastic facilities, I look forward to the future. Our journey has just begun.” Says Lars Schedin, CEO of EcoDataCenter.
Magnus Angermund, CMO, EcoDataCenter, +4673 231 96 30, email@example.com
EcoDataCenter is the world’s first climate-positive data center. With innovative design and world-leading technology, we build data centers for colocation, HPC and wholesale/hyperscale. Our plant in Falun is connected to Falu Energi & Vatten and directs the excess heat directly back to the heating plant, where it is used for heating or production of renewable biofuel (pellets). The plant is designed to be as energy efficient as possible and is operated entirely with renewable energy sources from Norrland. EcoDataCenter is a fast-growing company that intends to grow further through the acquisition and construction of more climate-positive data centers. www.ecodatacenter.se