Senior researcherContact Mattias
ArctiqDC aims to strengthen the regional data centre industry's products, services, solutions and offerings to customers (parties) outside the region, nationally or internationally.
The goal of the project is to strengthen the regional data center industry's products, services, solutions and offerings to customers (parties) outside the region, nationally or internationally. This should be done by demonstrating and with measurements show and
prove that; investing and operating data centers in arctic regions have low and among the lowest investment and operating costs in the world in terms of cooling and power distribution.
The benefit of the project is the development, testing and demonstration of unique technology that can be implemented effectively in the Arctic region. The demonstrations and evaluation results can be used long after the end of the project in marketing of sites and services / products. Regional product companies, both large and SMEs, will be able to deliver solutions and products to their customers based on results from the project. Reports and demonstrations will be made in the areas:
- Free cooling in cold climates
- Power distribution
- Heat recovery
- IT operational automation and remote applications
- Strengthened data center industry
Project manager and coordinator
2019-01-01 until 2021-06-30
1 429 671€
Hushållningssällskapet Norr- Västerbotten, Älvsbyns kommun, Hydro66, Luleå Tekniska Universitet, Xarepo, Oulu Universitet, SFTec, Aurora datacenter Finland, Oulu datacenter