CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for September 6, 2019

Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for September 6, 2019: Green Mountain Builds New Colocation Data Centre in Oslo Region: Green Mountain has announces that construction has started on its new colocation campus at Enebakk outside Oslo, the capital of Norway. This will be Green Mountain’s third data center, in addition to its underground facility outside Stavanger and the facility at Rjukan, Telemark. The site is approximately 20 km from downtown Oslo and is perfectly situated in terms of power supply, infrastructure and connectivity. In the last 12 months, Green Mountain has invested close to 400 million NOK in expansions at the Stavanger and Rjukan sites and now an additional 420 million NOK site investment is a reality. Gyland is highly confident in the growth of the data center industry in Norway. Establishing a presence in Oslo gives Green Mountain greater opportunities for growth. The proximity to diverse fiber routes to Europe and the US are often decisive factors for international clients, in addition to the sustainability aspect of course. T5 Data Centers Names Jason Walker as New Senior Vice President of Business Development: T5 Data Centers has announced the appointment of Jason Walker to the newly created position of Senior Vice President of Business Development. In his new role, Walker will leverage his extensive experience in the data center industry to accelerate T5’s growing portfolio of global data centers and…