Scientific research pushes boundaries every day and demands unbelievable results. Your data center infrastructure supporting these workloads should do the same. From life sciences to weather forecasting to protein modeling, scientific research requires vast data sets needing rapid analysis. While it is compute-intensive, it doesn’t have to be complex or costly. By harnessing the power of hydroelectric and geothermal energy, we can help you scale up and up without damaging the planet.
Research organisations span the globe to collaborate on complex issues, research trials, experiments and innovations that impact society. Doesn’t it make sense to do the same for your data center infrastructure? We’ve found the best place in the world for high intensity compute. Right here, in Iceland. Using 100% renewable energy, you can minimise your carbon footprint whilst still accessing cutting-edge supercomputing to drive your innovations.
Located on a former NATO base, Verne Global’s 40 acre campus is 30 minutes from Reykjavik and conveniently located within 10 minutes drive from Keflavik International Airport.
Iceland is the top ranked country by the MIT Tech Review Green Index across five pillars: Carbon emissions, Energy transition, Green society, Clean innovation and Climate policy.
Verne Global has the ability to secure low-cost, long-term power contracts enabling TCO savings of up to 80% compared to major European data center markets for our customers.
We are the interconnect site for all submarine cable systems coming in and out of the country, making us Iceland’s telecommunications hub.
The decision to locate our AI-drive protein engineering system – based on the NVIDIA DGX A100 system – in Verne Global's facility in Keflavik transpires from our commitment to sustainability and security. No other Tier-3 facility in this part of the world offers this level of operational resilience and runs on completely renewable energy sources.