Dominic is Chief Executive Officer at Verne Global.
There can be no question artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to proliferate all types of compute. The enterprise use of AI is growing at an exponential rate. Fueled by the need to deliver better customer experiences, increase financial performance, streamline operations, improve clinical outcomes, or push the boundaries of research and development, organisations are investing in AI infrastructure to get insights faster.
At Verne Global, we know Iceland’s 100% renewably powered energy grid is an ideal choice for the high performance computing and AI technologies driving today’s data center demand. Abundant, scalable power, is delivered by one of the world’s most modern grids. Iceland is also at the forefront of geothermal energy development by continuing to push boundaries in how its energy is extracted and used.
Over 90% of the world’s data is transmitted around the globe by submarine fibre optic cables. Over 400 of these cables sprawl across our planet’s ocean floors, often hundreds or even thousands of miles long. There are over 1.2 million kilometres of subsea cables currently in service, ensuring that nearly every square metre on our planet is ‘connected’.