Categories: data center
Green Mountain to expand with new colocation data center in Oslo
Green Mountain has acquired a 53,000 square meter plot of land adjacent to its DC3-Oslo data center campus. The plan is to expand the current site with a new 13,5 MW colocation data center. Estimated completion is November 2022.
Successful expansion at Green Mountain’s data center site in Oslo region
Only 9 months after the opening of the DC3-Oslo data center, the site expands with an additional 4MW building. This second building is a built-to-suit project for a large international cloud provider and was delivered ahead of schedule despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.
Green Mountain Data Centers to be acquired by Azrieli Group Ltd.
Smedvig, the majority owner of Green Mountain, has agreed to sell the company to Azrieli Group Ltd., an Israeli publicly traded real estate investment and development company on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The acquisition secures Green Mountain the necessary capital to fulfill its growth ambitions in the European market.
The world’s largest land-based trout farm will use waste heat from data center
Norwegian colocation company Green Mountain and Hima Seafood have entered into an agreement on the reuse of waste heat from the data center in the world's largest land-based trout farm.
Land-based lobster farming will use waste heat from data center
Norwegian colocation company Green Mountain and Norwegian Lobster Farm have entered into an agreement on the reuse of waste heat from the data center in the world's first land-based lobster farm.
Landbasert hummeroppdrett skal bruke restvarme fra datasenter
Datasenterselskapet Green Mountain og Norwegian Lobster Farm har inngått samarbeidsavtale om gjenbruk av restvarme fra datasenteret i verdens første kommersielle landbaserte oppdrettsanlegg for porsjonshummer.
NO-UK fiber cable installation operations commenced
Installation of the 700-kilometer-long submarine fiber cable started at Green Mountain’s data center today. This new cable route connects the west coast of Norway with Newcastle and will significantly increase data capacity between Norway, the UK, and the rest of the world.
Successful mountain hall data center expansion
Green Mountain completes yet another 2.5 MW expansion at its mountain hall facility. The built-to-suit project for a large international cloud provider was delivered 2 weeks ahead of schedule, despite the challenging Covid-19 situation.
Green Mountain secures more land for expansion on the west coast of Norway
Green Mountain secures more land for expansion on the west coast of Norway. The agreement with Haugaland Business Park enables Green Mountain to realize their construction plans for yet another data center site. The location is ideal in terms of power, connectivity, and infrastructure.
Green Mountain CEO wins Industry Contribution Award
We are proud to announce that Green Mountain CEO, Tor Kristian Gyland, has been honored with the Data Centre Solutions’ “Data Centre Industry Contribution of the year” award. This is an award recognizing an individual who has made a significant contribution to the data center industry in EMEA. Gyland was nominated for his contribution in building and promoting Norway as a data center location.
Green Mountain opens new data center site in the Oslo region
Green Mountain today announces the opening of the first 4MW data center at its new data center campus at Enebakk outside Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Green Mountain expands its mountain hall data center in Norway
Green Mountain has designed, constructed, and delivered to client a 2.5 MW mountain hall data center in less than 9 months.
Seabed survey for NO-UK submarine cable completed
The NO-UK submarine cable project, connecting Newcastle to the Norwegian landing point at Green Mountain, has reached a new milestone. Several weeks of seabed survey in the North Sea is now finalized and the project is on track for completion in 2021. This 700 km long subsea fiber cable will significantly increase data capacity between Norway, the UK, and the rest of the world.
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Ambitious plans for a New Data Center Cluster in western Norway
Ambitious plans for a New Data Center Cluster in western Norway. "Kalberg is the most promising area for data center development in Norway today", Green Mountain CEO explains.
Green Mountain announces first Megaport enabled data center facility in Stavanger
Norwegian colocation services provider Green Mountain announces availability of Megaport, a leading Network as a Service (NaaS) provider. Megaport’s deployment offers Green Mountain’s customers access to over 350 service providers on the Megaport platform including leading cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and others.
Leadership forum at Datacloud Nordic 2019 -
Leadership forum at Datacloud Nordic 2019 - A discussion about Norway’s advantages in the Nordic DC race. CSO Svein Atle Hagaseth sums up the panel discussion at Datacloud Nordic in copenhagen on December 3rd. Panelist: Xuan jin from Alibaba Cloud, Tor Kristian Gyland from Green Mountain, Petter Tømmerås from Basefarm, Gisle Eckhoff from Digiplex and Peder Nærbø from Bulk Infrastructure.
Subsea Fibre Cable between Norway and UK - Landing at Green Mountain
A fibre consortium consisting of Green Mountain, Lyse, and other partners announced that they will build a new subsea fiber cable connecting Norway to the UK. The cable landing station will be located in Green Mountain’s data center outside Stavanger on the west-coast of Norway. This 700 km long NO-UK cable will be completed in 2021 and strengthen Norway as an attractive data centre location.
Green Mountain on the DCD Awards shortlist 2019
Green Mountain is honoured to be among the finalists on the DCD Awards shortlist in the category Multi Tenant Data Center Design Award 2019. We are shortlisted based on our expansion project at DC2-Telemark, where two new data buildings with a total capacity of 2,75 MW were designed specifically for the Volkswagen Group in order to support their High-Performance Computing operation needs.
Green Mountain selected as Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute Partner
Green Mountain, operator of some of the world’s greenest data centers, has announced it has been selected as a Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute partner connecting in Stavanger.
Green Mountain builds new colocation data centre in Oslo region
Green Mountains has acquired a large area close to Oslo with line-of-sight capacity of 40 MW. The official construction of the first 4 MW building starts September 1st, estimated completion in September 2020. A substantial international client has already signed a contract for the entire first data centre building.