How much CO2 would you save by moving your data load to Norway and Green Mountain?
Estimate your data center CO2 savings in this calculator:
How to use the calculator:
- Select the country where your data is currently located. (You can choose between the most frequently used locations in Northern Europe)
- Input the estimated capacity you need in kW
- Click “Calculate”.
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For the Volkswagen Group, economic factors and sustainability in the company are important aspects. The new data center in Norway satisfies in both respects. The operation is cost-effective and completely climate neutral.
At DNB we are very pleased that we chose Green Mountain as our data centre partner. The data centers’ robustness and quality are unique and thus meeting our rigorous and critical data center requirements as Norway’s largest bank. We have no hesitation in highly recommending their data centers to anyone requiring high quality and cost effective solutions.
We did a lot of research before we decided to move all our business critical hardware infrastructure to Green Mountain. It was extremely important for us to find a professional partner that could deliver best in class availability, scalability and performance. –And that is exactly what we have found in Green Mountain. Our own data center is history and we have never looked back since we moved to Green Mountain.»
Today IT is critical to the municipalities in delivering public services. For Stavanger it is important to ensure our citizens that data are handled securely and reliable. Our services rely on IT systems to always be available. Patient medication, school exams, economic transactions, wages, patient signal system, telephony, public information, door access systems and library systems are a few examples of IT-systems in the municipality. All public services rely on IT. Strong perimeter security, high operational competence and facilities with built in fault tolerance is required for the municipalities critical services. Stavanger is confident that Green Mountain has the right facilities and service for hosting our secure and reliable services.
Tieto has partnered with Green Mountain to meet increased demand for local services and offer local, secure and high-quality data centre services to customers in Norway. For us, it is important to offer our existing and future customer the highest level of security for storage of sensitive data and information. Furthermore, we rely heavily on green IT and energy solutions – in the data centre in Stavanger, the infrastructure is cooled by cold water from the adjacent fjord.
As we manage data on behalf of our customers, we are dependent on reliable, scalable and high performing data centres. Since we started using Green Mountain´s services, we have experienced a professional partner and high-quality deliveries from day one. We sleep good at night, knowing Our customer´s data is well taken care of, deep inside the Ryfylke mountains.
As a collection company with online customers from all over the world for our collection services and invoice system beebills.com, it is critical to our business that we have the highest level of security and stability for storage of sensitive customer data. In our struggle to find sustainable IT and energy solutions we are proud to have chosen Green Mountains renewable power and cooling system with cold water from the Norwegian fjords.
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