New-Build Case-study: DigiPlex’s Construction of 2 New Green Datacenters in the midst of a pandemic
The Norwegian Datacenter Industry Association presents: CBRE's Data Centre Market Outlook from a Nordic perspective; latest research on future capacity requirements
Empowering sustainability: Norway as a hub for green data center growth
Next Generation Solutions for Datacenter Cooling - Applying Heat Recovery & New Cooling Concepts to Benefit Every Datacenter
Best-practice of ESG integration with Inergen®. The demand of environmental and social conditions, as well as corporate governance.
How Inergen® works & why Inergen® is 100 % clean and safe.
How can Inergen® help you to avoid down time.
Iagon - Creating new value for data resource providers through decentralisation
Decarbonisation of Data Centres through Open Source Innovations
The world’s data centers are now estimated to account for up to 2% of CO2 and other greenhouse emissions. Reducing these figures requires a holistic approach. Open Compute evangelist John Laban will discuss the opportunities to lower CO2 emissions through open source innovations.
What the Future Edge Means to the Physical Datacenter
Uptime Institute Global Data Center Survey 2021
Uptime Institute’s 2021 annual survey, now in its 11th year, reveals a vibrant sector that is growing and adapting to rapid change on multiple levels. Owners and operators are taking many different approaches to a range of different challenges, such as improving resiliency, being more sustainable, maintaining staff levels, using the cloud, or building out edge data center capacity.
Looking at the Datacenter Landscape - Update on Datacenter Standards & Future Trends
DCIM in the real world – reducing risk and increasing efficiency presented via Use Cases
Altibox presentation, speaker TBA
Cooling solutions for sustainable data centres
An intro to customized and high-density green datacenter solutions - a practical approach
Huawei Smart & Green Data Center Value Proposition
Design considerations for fire suppression in data centres
How Green Mountain tackled the many challenges of data center heat re-use and what they learned along the way
Since the inception of Green Mountain, “Setting the green standard”, has been our vision for the company. Now, as we are raising the bar and adding heat-reuse, we are on the path of becoming carbon-negative.
However, in our search for the best solutions we have come across a few challenges. In the beginning we thought that district heating was the answer, and in some cases, it is. Another option is to use the heat for green houses, but this requires very large green houses in close proximity to the data center.
In this presentation I will delve on the pros and cons of different heat reuse options and explain how and why Green Mountain has chosen two specific pilot projects to develop.
The Norwegian Datacenter Industry Association presents:
How to become the world's most sustainable data center nation
State Secretary Regional Development and Digitalisation, Paul Chaffey
State Secretary Regional Development and Digitalisation, Paul Chaffey is invited to speak at our event by the Norwegian Datacenter Industry Association. His department is responsible for the recently updated national strategy on data centers, including the remarkable and ambitious goal of becoming the world’s most sustainable data center nation.
The State Secretary will highlight the main points of the updated strategy and argue why it is important to be pro-active when it comes to the inevitable growth of data centers worldwide.
Following his words on the future of the Norwegian data center industry, we will bring several voices from the industry on stage to discuss the challenges on the road to sustainable data center growth in Norway.
Voices of the industry will include:
Petter M. Tømmeraas, Chairman of the Board, Norwegian Data Center Industry
David Hansen, Public Sector Manager, Microsoft Norway
Halvor Bjerke, COO, Digiplex
Kathrine Langjord, Host Norway department, Statkraft