Advania is among the biggest IT service providers in Iceland, Norway and other Scandinavian nations. Kikohash has been accommodating the equipment at Thor Detacenter since 2016.
Advania’s data centres are located near Reykjavik and in the town of Keflavik where all the required infrastructure is available. Iceland’s cold climate ensures PUE of at least 1.03.
Iceland has low electricity costs, so the entire price of equipment hosting there comprises €65 per 1kW a month.
The data center is optimized for T3 services. Area: 2,500 sq.m. Three power supply lines of 1.6 MVA.
Node pole (Sweden)
ABOUT NODE POLE
Node Pole is Sweden’s commercial investment and development hub providing dedicated support for investors within the cloud industry, as well as other emerging energy-intensive industries such as e.g. carbon production and battery production.
The Node Pole supports us in any questions linked to hardware colocation in Sweden. Company provides needed business contacts with energy and legal partners.
In 2017, Sweden has cut power taxes for datacenters of 0.5 MW and higher by 97 per cent. Total price of electricity for datacenters comprises $0.035-0.045 for 1 kW*h.
We're considering 4 or 5 possible locations for our own datacenter with Node Pole assisting in searching and preparing our proposals.
One of Sweden’s top data centers, HYDR066 will become our primary partner since 2017 Q4.
Just like Iceland, Scandinavia’s cold climate ensures extremely low PUE. The datacenter is located in Boden, not far off the country’s biggest HPP’s.
In 2017, Sweden has cut power taxes for datacenters of 0.5 MW and higher by 97 per cent. The full price of services in this datacenter comprises $0.069 for 1 kW*h.
The entire facility’s power comprises 120 MW. New machinery rooms allow for customized engineering solutions.