atNorth strengthens collaboration with NVIDIA

atNorth’s high-powered hosting solutions for high-density workloads using renewable energy receive NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Centre certification.

atNorth, the leading pan-Nordic colocation, high performance computing and artificial intelligence service provider, has announced that its data centre services meet the standards for NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Centre certification. This enables atNorth to provide today’s high-performance data-driven organisations with NVIDIA DGX systems, offering world-class power efficiency and using only renewable energy to drive best practices in sustainable and environmentally responsible operations.



atNorth’s high performance computing as-a-service (HPCaaS) and colocation hosting solutions help enterprises meet their increasing needs for resilient and reliable data centre operations, optimised to support any workload with increased capacity, speed and scale. By accelerating deep learning, machine learning and HPC workloads for customers where advanced applications, data processing, workload density and speed are critical, atNorth can deliver powerful HPC and AI solutions for NVIDIA DGX users.



“At a time when energy prices are soaring and sustainability has moved to boardroom level, we are leading the way in delivering HPC data centre capabilities with industry-leading accelerated computing and AI solutions,” said Stefan Jofors-aTribe, Nordic Sales Director atNorth. “Our data centre and colocation solutions are uniquely designed to support clients with increased demand for data hosting and processing for today’s most critical workloads. Our solutions meet the required standards for integrating with NVIDIA DGX systems, accommodating high density without sacrificing efficiency, cost, or space. Alongside our whole-hearted commitment to sustainability, using only renewable energy to run our data centre sites and ensuring every business decision we make supports a cleaner environment, NVIDIA DGX users can be rest assured that they are operating in a sustainable and responsible manner.”


“Working with atNorth provides our DGX customers with high-performing, sustainable data centre operations that support their AI infrastructures at scale,” said Carlo Ruiz, Senior Director of AI Data Centre Solutions and Operations at NVIDIA. “Whether providing better patient outcomes or streamlining the supply chain, our enterprise customers must deliver data-hungry applications and insights — while having confidence that they are doing this in an environmentally conscious way — and atNorth helps address both sides of this equation.”

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