Verne Global

Manufacturing

Manufacturing life cycles are more reliant on data than ever before. From computer-aided design and engineering, to crash test simulation and modeling workloads - digital transformation has ushered in a new era of discrete and process manufacturing. Our purpose-built high performance computing solutions and abundant, low-cost power availability are designed with advanced manufacturing in mind.

Nick Dale

Senior Director

Nick Dale is Verne Global’s Senior Director responsible for the company’s business development work across manufacturing and a number of additional niche industry sectors. Nick has worked within the wider technology and data center industry for over 20 years and has an excellent understanding of high performance computing and its implementation and use within large-scale manufacturing processes.

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Our Clients and Partners include

Verne Global is delighted to be working with some of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers as well as specialised firms and connectivity partners supporting the discrete and process manufacturing sectors in Europe. Our clients and partners include amongst others:

Manufacturing News and Reports

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Manufacturing: The Dawn of a New IT Age

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Press: How data centers are driving the intelligent automotive revolution

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New Customer: Volkswagen innovates manufacturing with move to Verne Global

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Cushman & Wakefield - Data Center Risk Index 2016

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Take the Verne Global Data Center Fly-Through Tour

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Press: BMW Runs Crash-Test Sims in Iceland & Goes Green With Geothermal Computers

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Report: Open data center alliance...

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New Customer: Verne Global helps BMW to cut carbon emissions by 3,570 metric tons

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