Azrieli Group, the parent of Green Mountain has acquired Infinity SDC Ltd. The move sees the company take over SDC’s data center in Romford, East London. Green Mountain will be tasked with operating the data center. This will be Green Mountain’s first facility outside of Norway. Green Mountain...
Company: Green Mountain AS
Region: Western Europe
Short Code: DC1
Total Power: ??? NN
DC1-Stavanger is a former NATO ammunition storage facility converted into a unique high security colocation data centre with 13 600 m2 technical/white space initial availability. The infrastructure has been designed to be expanded up to 26MW. The main data centre comprises three 2 storey concrete buildings built within the mountain.
DC1-Stavanger has multiple grid supplies each fed from multiple hydro electricity power plants. Outstanding robustness of supply is the result (estimated 99.99997%) with even further additional levels of security in terms of N+1 prime rated generators. Phase 1 expandable to 26MW.
DC1-Stavanger has a cooling source available from an adjacent deep water fjord. At levels below 75 m depth the water temperature is stable at 8 oC (46F) all year round. Our cooling system uses gravity effect to bring the cold water from a depth of 100 m to the data centres cooling station without using any energy.
The cooling solution (including cooling station, chilled water pipework and pumps) is fully duplicated providing an N+N solution. Because there are few moving parts (circulating pumps) the solution is extremely robust and reliable. Server rooms will have available N+N chilled water under the raised floor. In row cooling will be installed to client specification using hot isle technology. Standard power densities from 2-6 kW/m2, bespoke solutions can be accommodated up to 20 kW/m2.