Founded in 2014, EcoDataCenter is a data centre company based in Stockholm that offers HPC, colocation, and hyperscale services to the Swedish market. Led by CEO Dan Andersson, the company’s customers come from a variety of different industries including IT, finance, retail, the automotive industry, and government agencies.
The company claims that the majority of its data centres are built out of wood and focused around a central theme of sustainability. Their design and components allow an efficient PUE rating of 1.15 and both its Main Site and Arctic Sites are 100% powered by renewable electricity.
The company also keeps security close to its values. Its data centres in Falun, Piteå and Stockholm each have features that together provide a wide range of services that meet customers’ high demands for flexibility, security, sustainability and large-scale operations.
EcoDataCenter opens office in Germany
The company announced earlier this month that it had opened a new office in Munich, Germany, expanding its position in the DACH region, which comprises of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
EcoDataCenter describes its office in Munich as an “ideal strategic position” in the important German market, facilitating the dialogue with European companies aiming to grow their digital assets with a lowered climate impact.
“The office in Munich opens new possibilities for increased dialogue with companies in the region. With our unique, sustainable solutions, we can help them significantly reduce the carbon footprint of their data centre operations. Sweden has an abundant supply of renewable energy and very competitive electricity prices”, Anders Fryxell, Sales Director, EcoDataCenter, said at the time of the news.
“The international expansion is part of EcoDataCenter’s strategy. With the construction of a new data centre in Falun, we have the capacity needed to facilitate growth for large companies. EcoDataCenter is now continuing its journey to becoming the leading data centre provider in the Nordic Region”, Dan Andersson, CEO of EcoDataCenter, added.