Verne Global selected within the top 1,000 'Companies to Inspire Britain', 2017

Verne Global have been recognised in the fourth edition of London Stock Exchange Group's 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report, which showcases the UK's most inspiring and fastest growing companies.

 

BT Radianz Services now available in Verne Global’s Icelandic data center

Providing access to the global financial community with a range of low cost, carbon neutral connectivity and hosting capabilities.

Press: HFM - The Rise of High Frequency Information (featuring Verne Global)

Download the original April 2017 article by Carly Minsky from HFM here.

Verne Global Expands Dedicated Cloud Connectivity with Símafélagið

Símafélagið offers private, secure connection to the public cloud from Verne Global’s carbon neutral campus

Press: Does 'green' always mean clean?

What are the optimum locations for providing abundant renewable energy resources, and are green resources as green as they appear?

Verne Global Appoints Spencer Lamb as Director to Spearhead Research Growth

Verne Global has appointed Spencer Lamb as Director responsible for Education, Research, Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical sectors to lead the strategy across marketing, product development, sales and operations.

Press: The UK’s Looming Energy Crisis - How Can Data Center Operators Help?

Dominic Ward, VP of Corporate and Business Development at Verne Global, highlights some ways to relieve the pressure on the UK’s power grid. Read the article originally published in Data Center News here.

ThreatMetrix Selects Verne Global to Expand Data Center Footprint

Verne Global to provide disaster recovery and operational scale for world’s largest Digital Identity Network® using 100% sustainable energy.

Press: Meet the data center clean energy giants (featuring Verne Global)

Read Heather Clancy's full article that was published 16 February in GreenBiz here.

New Customer: Volkswagen innovates manufacturing with move to Verne Global

Verne Global, a global developer at the fore front of data center infrastructure design, today announced Volkswagen is moving more than 1 MW of high performance computing (HPC applications to Verne Global’s data center campus in Iceland. The company will take advantage of Verne Global’s hybrid data center approach – with variable resiliency and flexible density – to support HPC applications in its continuous quest to develop cutting-edge cars and automotive technology.


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