Sweden is committed to being the best place on earth to capitalize on the opportunities offered by the digital economy. Data is the most valuable commodity of our times and deserves a stable, secure and sustainable environment. In line with this, Sweden offers prime locations and a world class infrastructure for mission-critical data center operations.
"Sweden Heads The Best Countries For Business For 2017"
Forbes' Best Countries for Business 2017
“The Nordics are home to some of the best connected and most innovation-driven economies in the world.”
Global Information Technology Report 2015, World Economic Forum
“Sweden is the world’s most sustainable country.”
RobecoSAM Country Sustainability Ranking 2016
Major new investment in datacenters
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced on the 4 April that they will establish a datacenter region in Stockholm which will be operational in 2018, positioning Sweden as the location of choice for delivery of advanced cloud services in the Nordics. The region consist of 3 datacenters in Eskilstuna, Katrineholm and Västerås.
- AWS’s decision to open a new region in Sweden to serve the Nordics with flexible, secure, reliable and low latency cloud services confirms that Sweden has the best possible conditions to operate large-scale datacenters,” says Tomas Sokolnicki, head of datacenters. He contrinues:
-This investment will further accelerate Sweden’s position as a leading choice for mission critical cloud and IT infrastructure. Read pressrelease
Datacenters by Sweden US roadshow
The datacenter team hosted two seminars in Washington DC and Santa Clara in February meeting with datacenter operators and co-location providers and other influencers. Read more here.
Investing in Digital Storage, a link to Sweden anywhere
Datacenters by Sweden are on a mission to convince the world that Sweden is the perfect place to build your next data center. Swedish Press, a US go-to source for updates and inspiration from Sweden, had a talk with Tomas Sokolnicki, Data centers by Sweden and Christoffer Svanberg, Node Pole. Read the full story.