atNorth has appointed Anders Svensson to its Board of Directors.
Svensson has held several senior executive management and board positions, and has participated in a number of senior advisory networks.
Svensson previously played a leading role in the initiative to create the ‘Nordic Computer Centre’ which merged with DMdata to become Nordic Computer Management in 2002.
In 2014, he co-founded the strategy, sourcing and M&A advisory firm Burnt Oak Partners Nordics, and acted as Non-Executive Director on the Board of Directors in companies listed on the Swedish Stock Exchange across the cyber security, IT and online gaming sectors.
“Anders Svensson has served on a number of boards and has a wealth of experience from business development to outsourcing engagements”, said Eyjólfur Magnús Kristinsson, CEO of atNorth.
“As part of our ambition to provide sustainable, scalable, data cente services, Anders’ considerable experience in leading successful sourcing and M&A activities will support atNorth in its continued expansion in the Nordics region and beyond. His leadership and extensive professional network make him an invaluable team member.”
Svensson added, “I am delighted to join the atNorth Board of Directors at this pivotal time of expansion for the business and industry as a whole.
“At a time when a shift in digital transformation is fueling the need for high-performance computing solutions, atNorth’s vision to leverage innovative data centre design to provide sustainable and highly scalable computing solutions across Europe is exceptionally unique. I look forward to playing a critical role in supporting the team at this time of real strategic growth.