atNorth Expansion Efforts set to Meet Sustainability Demands

With more than ten years of experience in the data centre and power industry, O’Leary’s expertise will be vital to the company
Data centre company atNorth announce Camilla O’Leary as Sales Director for Denmark and the DACH region as part of the company’s strategy to further expand

atNorth this week (February 2024) announced the appointment of Camilla O’Leary as company Sales Director for Denmark.

The colocation, high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) company is seeking to further expand as a data centre provider, as it scales to meet growing demands for sustainable and digitally transformative data centre solutions.

With more than ten years of experience in the data centre and power industry, O’Leary’s expertise will be vital to the company as she is tasked with driving new sales and revenue growth across Denmark and the DACH region.

Striving to be the leading Nordic data centre operator

atNorth hiring O’Leary cements the company’s ongoing growth strategy, as the demand for cost efficient and sustainable digital infrastructure continues to rapidly grow.

In recent months especially, atNorth has been continually working towards expanding its global data centre footprint, with key new developments across the Nordics in particular. These key milestones highlight the company’s desire to meet increased demands within the data centre industry.

atNorth prides itself on offering a sustainable, climate-led approach to data centre operations, striving to find more solutions to limit global environmental impact. It powers all data centres with 100% renewable energy sources to offer the businesses it works with a pathway to low-carbon digital operations.

With significant industry experience, O’Leary holds a customer-centric approach, backed up by her experience in developing and maintaining long-term customer relationships. In this vein, her appointment suggests atNorth seeks to reinforce its position in the data centre industry as a leading sustainable colocation provider in the Nordics.

“Camilla O’Leary has a proven track record of success when it comes to market penetrations and strategic account management,” says Anders Fryxell, Chief Sales Officer at atNorth. “Her emphasis on customer engagement coupled with her results driven attitude make her an excellent addition to our team.”

A commitment to best-in-class

Prior to joining atNorth, O’Leary has held several senior positions across the data centre and infrastructure business. Her previous role was with Vertiv, where she was Senior Account Manager for Vertiv Australia and then became Strategic Account Director for the company’s EMEA region. 

Her wealth of global experience enables her to successfully manage multiple stakeholders at a global level.

“atNorth’s recent rapid growth is testament to their commitment to providing best in class infrastructure coupled with excellent customer service,” O’Leary comments. 

“As demand for their sustainable solutions continue to grow I am delighted to be joining this dynamic and forward thinking team and am looking forward to being part of their future as they continue to promote innovation and revolutionise the industry.”

Last year saw numerous successful acquisitions across the Nordic region, including two sustainable data centres in Finland, in addition to the new sites in Iceland and Denmark that are expected to open late 2024 and 2025.

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