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atNorth to open new data centre in Helsinki

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atNorth has announced plans for a new data centre campus in Finland, dubbed FIN02.

The site was acquired from Tallberg Group and is located Espoo, near Helsinki. The data centre will provide an initial capacity of 15 MW, and is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2024.

The facility will make use of heat reuse systems to recycle residual heat generated by the facility for use in heating local housing.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our presence in the Nordics with a third site in Finland,” said Eyjólfur Magnús Kristinsson, CEO, atNorth. “With five operational sites across three Nordic countries and two more in development, this acquisition is a critical step in future proofing our offering and supports our goal to continue to be the service provider of choice in the region. As organisations are increasingly seeing the benefits of moving IT workloads to the Nordics, we are committed to extending our services in a sustainable and efficient manner to become the go-to decarbonisation platform for today and tomorrow’s global organisations”.

“The FIN02 site is a fantastic addition to our fast-growing portfolio of data centre sites across the Nordics,” added Stephen Donovan, Chief Development Officer, atNorth. “The site provides access to Helsinki’s thriving technology ecosystem and is ideally located to support the delivery of our high-performance, environmentally responsible, power efficient and cost-effective solutions.”

FIN02 follows atNorth’s recent acquisition of two data centres from Advania in Finland, FIN01 and FIN03.

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