Data Center operator Bulk Infrastructure announced its deal with London-based Quant hedge fund to house its High Performance Computing (HPC) system.
The new HPC cluster triples the compute capacity of its existing facilities in London. With the latest AI server architecture, the density required pushing the power to well over 30kW per rack.
“We are delighted to welcome another new customer to our N01 Norway Campus. The industry is increasingly seeing the sustainability and low-cost opportunities Bulk provides at our Nordic facilities as very compelling,” says Rob Elder, vice president at Bulk Data Centers.
Bulk in Norway is delivering the lowest cost of compute based on the low energy price combined with 100 percent renewable energy at the Kristiansand site.
Bulk helped the company to plan and implement the solution during the full lockdown across Europe and ensured seamless deployment with advice and support on everything from power procurement, importing tax and logistics to fit out of the company’s equipment.