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Crusoe announces data centre expansion with atNorth in Iceland

Crusoe announces data centre expansion with atNorth in Iceland

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atNorth to host Crusoe Cloud GPUs as the appeal of the Nordic region gains traction.

atNorth, a leading Nordic colocation, High-Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence service provider, has announced a new collaboration with Crusoe Energy Systems LLC (Crusoe) to colocate Crusoe Cloud GPUs in atNorth’s ICE02 data centre in Iceland.

This is Crusoe’s first project in Europe and the arrangement advances Crusoe’s mission to align the future of computing with the future of the climate by powering Crusoe’s High-Performance Computing infrastructure with clean energy sources.

“I’m thrilled that our quest to source low carbon power has led us to Iceland,” said Cully Cavness, Crusoe’s Co-founder and President. “This partnership with atNorth allows us to bring the concentrated energy demand of compute infrastructure directly to the source of clean, renewable geothermal and hydro energy.”

“It is very important to atNorth that we are collaborating with companies that share our approach to sustainability,” said Eyjólfur Magnús Kristinsson, CEO, atNorth. “Crusoe’s commitment to maximise their compute while minimising their environmental impact made them a perfect fit.”

The atNorth ICE02 site leverages more than 80MW of power benefiting from the sustainable geothermal and hydro energy produced in Iceland. The country also benefits from low latency networks and fully redundant connectivity to customer bases in North America and Europe via multiple undersea fibre optic cables. 

“AI and Machine Learning are driving the demand for data centres to grow at a record rate,” added Chris Dolan, Crusoe’s Chief Data Center Officer. “We’re excited about our initial commitment to atNorth and look forward to potentially expanding capacity even more in the future.”

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