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A Cool Place for Cheap Flops

Apr 11, 2012 |

Iceland offers inexpensive, renewable energy for HPC colocation.

Behind Iceland’s Green Cloud

Aug 17, 2010 |

An interview with Icelandic cloud provider GreenQloud’s CEO. The new company is a “provider of the world’s first truly green public compute cloud” but some take issue with the “first” designation and wonder about storing data on a volcanic island–even if the costs might be lower and the feeling “greener.”

Greenqloud, Iceland’s Clean Power Cloud Computing Co.

May 28, 2010 |

The idea is to rent space in data centers based in Iceland and sell cloud computing services to web companies and individuals all over the world that want to manage their carbon footprint and embrace clean power.