About Verne Global
Verne Global first opened its campus doors in 2012 and quickly established what has become Iceland’s thriving datacentre industry. In 2021, Verne Global was acquired by Triple Point’s Digital 9 Infrastructure plc. (D9). D9 is a UK-listed investment fund focused on decarbonising digital infrastructure. Taking its name from the UN Sustainable Development Goal 9, to “build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation”, D9 is enabling resilient digital infrastructure that is crucial to driving our interconnected world.
Today, Verne Global offers a wide array of services and a well-established partner ecosystem that has become the go-to destination for organisations that are as serious about their high intensity compute as they are their carbon footprint. Thanks to the unique geology of Iceland, Verne Global’s facility is 100% powered by renewable energy. Harnessing the powers of hydroelectric and geothermal energy, it is able to power high intensity compute like nowhere else on Earth.
Why Verne Global and Scan AI?
Whether you are running your AI model on a single NVIDIA GPU or at scale on a DGX supercomputer, the Verne Global datacentre is just the place to locate it. Due to its Tier III certified status guaranteeing above 99.9% uptime, the campus is already home to some of the most novel NVIDIA-powered research projects in the world, both large and small. The facility is also approved as DGX-ready by NVIDIA – capable of supporting the unprecedented compute density and performance of NVIDIA DGX systems, so you can rest assured they can support any HPC or AI workload.
No matter how big or small your deployment, the data halls are designed to meet the needs of customers requiring the highest possible specification enterprise-ready datacentre environment.
Powered by predictably-priced, 100% renewable energy that’s drawn from hydro, geothermal and wind technologies, making it one of the world’s most affordable and stable grids.
Cooling options at the Verne Global datacentre include indirect and direct free air cooling on up to 50kW cabinets. Liquid cooling brings densities up to 100kW and greater.
Verne Global is located on a former NATO base and is dedicated to maintaining stringent certification and compliance standards for security, privacy and reliability.
Scan, as an NVIDIA Elite Partner, has a team of AI specialist staff that will manage the installation of your chosen equipment - providing everything you need to develop and scale your AI initiatives, from deep learning frameworks to architectural and engineering support. At the same time, you will receive all the benefits of colocating in an NVIDIA certified AI-ready secure datacentre with access to a community of connectivity and cloud providers, enhanced security measures, and advanced power and cooling technology that offers the best IT environment to support critical infrastructure for AI workloads.
Verne Global Services
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Ultra High Density PODs
Proof of Concept
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