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Lefdal Mine Datacenter has joined the iMasons Climate Accord

Lefdal Mine Datacenter has joined the iMasons Climate Accord. This is a historic coalition designed to govern a methodology to measure and reduce carbon in the infrastructure through products, power, and materials. More than 70 companies have already joined – including the hyperscalers Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Meta and Google. We all agree the key to achieving carbon neutrality […]

Lefdal Mine Datacenter nominated for 4 awards at DCS Awards

Lefdal Mine Datacenter is nominated for 4 awards at DCS Awards. The DCS Awards are designed to reward the product designers, manufacturers, suppliers and providers operating in data center arena. Voting will determine the winners. Votes can be registered at www.dcsawards.com/vote from 4th April to 6th May 2022. Winners will be announced on the 26th of […]

The Norwegian Solution: Greener, faster – and more customers

From a data center perspective, 2021 will be remembered for Covid-19 ups and downs, and for extraordinary high level of power prices in Europe. Norway has also experienced price levels not seen before – even though at a much lower level. However, power pricing within Norway has substantial regional variations, which has benefitted customers in […]

Winner – ITA awards

Lefdal Mine Datacenter has won the ITA awards in the category “Innovative & Contributing Underground Spaces”. The transformation of a former mine into a data center is a sustainable act in itself. In addition, the Lefdal Mine Datacenter are in accordance with several of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and deliver a world leading sustainable […]

Daimler is through Infosys moving their HPC cluster to Lefdal Mine Datacenter

Lefdal Mine Datacenter has through Infosys signed a large data center agreement with Daimler AG (Mercedes). Daimler will move its High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster to Lefdal Mine Datacenter. The agreement will help Daimler achieve its goals of becoming a carbon-neutral company. Daimler uses the global IT giant Infosys to operate its IT infrastructure. Infosys delivers […]

Lefdal Mine Datacenter to host Sigma2

National supercomputers and storage systems Lefdal Mine Datacenter has been awarded the contract from Sigma2 to host their future national supercomputers and storage systems. Sigma2 is responsible for running the Norwegian e-infrastructure for research and higher education in Norway. In the tender competition, Lefdal Mine Datacenter received the highest score on the technical, environmental, and […]