Loopia, one of the largest players within web services in the Nordic market, works actively to increase sustainability without sacrificing function and security. Now, they are moving their system operation to EcoDataCenter's facility in Falun, which means thousands of companies and individuals gets access to sustainable web services.
“We are proud of the trust that we have gained and look forward to supporting Loopia in their continued delivery of high-quality services to their customers. Loopia's large customer base places high demands on operational reliability and scalability, which together with their high sustainability goals suits us extremely well ”, says Magnus Angermund, CMO at EcoDataCenter.
The worlds first CO2 positive data center
EcoDataCenter launched the world's first carbon dioxide positive data center in 2018 and has a wide range of services that combine security and flexibility with a high level of sustainability from several aspects. The facility in Falun is built entirely out of wood and powered 100% by renewable energy sources. The surplus heat generated by the data center is utilized by municipally owned Falu Energi & Vatten, either directly for heating or as an important ingredient in the manufacturing of biofuel. This makes it a unique solution that truly ensures the data center's sustainable standards. In addition to this, the facility has an extremely high level of physical and technical safety.
Sustainable IT: not just good for the environment, but good for business
The topic of Sustainable IT has been held back and downgraded on the agenda of sustainability work for a long time, despite the fact that it has had a major impact on the overall carbon footprint of companies. Now demands are increasing on companies to create a sustainable infrastructure, where IT plays an important part.