Categories: data centre expansion
Green Mountain breaks ground on new data centre expansion in London
A new 14 MW expansion is now under construction at our LON1-East campus in Romford. The site is ideally located near the main financial districts of London and the key Market Exchanges. The new data centre expansion will be built over two phases (7 MW each phase), inside the existing building and offers over 5,500 sqm of white space. The first phase is set to be completed by Q1 2025.
Green Mountain delivers first data center building to TikTok
Today, Green Mountain officially handed over the first data center building at the OSL2-Hamar campus in Norway to TikTok. TikTok can now start delivering, installing, cabling and testing their servers and equipment in the data halls.
Green Mountain continues expansion of its data center in Oslo region
For the second time this year, Green Mountain starts new construction work at its data center facility in Enebakk outside Oslo. A new 10 MW data center will be completed by September 2024. Almost half of the capacity is already dedicated to a new international customer.
Green Mountain and KMW breaks ground on new sustainable data center campus in Germany
Norwegian data center company Green Mountain and German power company KMW, marked the start of construction of their new sustainable data center in Mainz, outside Frankfurt. Representatives of both local and regional government were present to perform a foundation stone ceremony at the site. The first 18MW building of the site, with 54MW total potential capacity, is set to be completed in Q1 2025.
Green Mountain considering the establishment of new data center at Kalberg in Norway.
Green Mountain considering the establishment of new data center at Kalberg in Norway. Exemption application submitted in order to evaluate the viability of the site.
Green Mountain signs 10 MW expansion in Norway
Green Mountain grows rapidly and has started construction of a new 10 MW building at its OSL1-Enebakk site outside Oslo. The new 5800 sqm building is an extension to two already existing buildings dedicated to an international cloud provider.
Green Mountain and KMW partners to build new sustainable data center site in Germany
Norwegian data center company, Green Mountain, has entered into an agreement with energy company, KMW, to establish a new 54 MW data center site in Mainz, 30 km outside Frankfurt.
Green Mountain continues to expand its data center capacity in Norway
Green Mountain continues to expand its data center capacity in Norway with a new 20 MW construction in Rjukan.
Green Mountain expands into the UK through the acquisition of existing, high growth potential data centre in London
Norwegian-based Green Mountain, a leader in sustainable colocation data centres, reveals its expansion into the London market.
Green Mountain expands capacity at data center in Norway
Green Mountain adds 4,5 MW of capacity to its existing data center facility at Rjukan in Norway. The expansion is a build-to-suit project for a new world-known international client. The construction is estimated to be completed in September 2022 and strengthens the site as a High Performance Computing cluster.
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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 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 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.
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.