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Sustainability
Organisations increasingly concerned about data centre sustainability
A Nordic company focused on improving the innovation, security and sustainability of data centres has released a guide to help businesses in improving their sustainability profile.
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Data Centre Cooling
DigiPlex backs Nordic region as next data centre mecca
The European data centre market is ‘overheated’ and under more pressure than ever, which is why more providers are considering the Nordic region as a place to set up shop.
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Power / Energy
DigiPlex study finds consumers want eco-labelling on digital services
This would mean that data centre operators would be held accountable for their energy use and climate impact.
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Stock Exchange
DigiPlex launches data center bond on Oslo Stock Exchange
DigiPlex has taken its place on the Oslo Stock Exchange, with what it calls ‘the largest ever Nordic data centre bond’.
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Colocation
DigiPlex bolsters its Nordic team with new recruits
DigiPlex has opted to further invest in its Nordic operations by expanding its sales team.
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Colocation
DigiPlex issues Nordics’ largest ever data centre bond
The data centre developer and operator says the issue is to fuel for 'continued rapid growth' in a region that continues to attract international investment.
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Hyperscale
DigiPlex opens up Nordic data centers to international customers
"The Nordics are Europe's premier market: a firm deploying 100 megawatts over 20 years could save approximately $2 billion by placing their data center in Sweden or Norway versus the U.K."
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Colocation
DigiPlex launches new colo hall in Stockholm data centre
DigiPlex has announced that it has taken measures to satiate increasing customer demand.
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Data Centre Cooling
DigiPlex’s data centre heat reuse system wins award
Its solution to reuse heat to warm thousands of local homes took out the accolade at the recent 2018 Energy Awards.
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Infrastructure
DigiPlex claims most recognised data centre brand in the Nordics
Results from an IDG survey put DigiPlex at the top with the analysts labelling it an 'unusually speedy repositioning journey'.
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Data Centre Operators
Survey finds Nordic data centre market full of promise – and naivety
DigiPlex has released the results of its IDC survey that found despite huge progress in data centre operations, ignorance still exists.
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IaaS / Serverless Infrastructure
City Network to base cloud services in DigiPlex data centre
City Network will be basing its cloud services in DigiPlex's Stockholm data centre as it looks to expand its presence in the area.
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Sustainability
Toasty! Excess heat from DigiPlex data centre to warm thousands of homes
Reuse and recycle is a slogan that is becoming increasingly critical to our existence on this planet, and something DigiPlex has taken note of.
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Amazon Web Services / AWS
DigiPlex reveals new collaboration with AWS for Norway market
The company has made its intentions clear for the Nordic region with this news coming hot on the heels of new data centres in Sweden.
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Google
Equinix, EBRC, EvoSwitch, & SAP Cloud ERP among 2018 Datacloud Awards' winners
Last night saw the 11th Datacloud Awards take place in Monaco with many companies and individuals gracing the stage - check out the full list here.
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Infrastructure
"Data centre boom" drives Nordic expansion for DigiPlex
DigiPlex is implementing large expansions at two of its three data centres in Oslo to cater for a surge in customer demand.
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Data Centre Cooling
Swedish data centre uses waste heat to warm thousands of homes
Digiplex has signed an agreement with a heating and cooling supplier to use the waste heat from its Stockholm data centre to heat thousands of homes.
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Infrastructure
DigiPlex axes 25% from data centre customers’ power bills
​When it comes to data centres, electricity makes up one of the major costs for businesses – after all, we always want access to our data right?