Advania (Iceland)

Datacenter in Advania
  • Kikohash partner

    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.

  • Location

    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.

  • Cost

    Iceland has low electricity costs, so the entire price of equipment hosting there comprises €65 per 1kW a month.

  • Features

    The data center is optimized for T3 services. Area: 2,500 sq.m. Three power supply lines of 1.6 MVA.

Node pole (Sweden)

Datacenter in HYDRO66
  • 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.

  • Support

    The Node Pole supports us in any questions linked to hardware colocation in Sweden. Company provides needed business contacts with energy and legal partners.

  • Cost

    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.

  • Sites

    We're considering 4 or 5 possible locations for our own datacenter with Node Pole assisting in searching and preparing our proposals.

HYDRO66 (Sweden)

Datacenter in HYDRO66
  • Kikohash partner

    One of Sweden’s top data centers, HYDR066 will become our primary partner since 2017 Q4.

  • Location

    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.

  • Cost

    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.

  • Features

    The entire facility’s power comprises 120 MW. New machinery rooms allow for customized engineering solutions.