Verne Global

Data Center Customers Warming to Iceland

Power equipment room features compressed gas tanks for the fire suppression system, which uses Nitrogen and other gases already in the normal air mix to push oxygen out of the area on fire. In the event of a fire, the tanks would push the oxygen out of the data hall, thus putting out the fire, but giving staff enough time to leave the room if they are working in it at the time. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Verne Global’s data center on a former NATO base in Iceland is now filling with customers, and will house a data crunching app from RMS, a new tenant of Datapipe, which is launching an online risk management service for insurance providers. Read More