Newsweek Country Reports: Iceland solves the challenges of data centers

Iceland HPC

Verne Global's CEO, Dominic Ward, is interviewed by Newsweek Country Reports and explains how its excellent climate, 100-percent renewable energy mix and low power costs make Iceland ideal for high-intensity computing needs.

Iceland solves the challenges of data centers

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