Site locations are close to Iceland's main international airport and the capital city of Reykjavik. Three big scale locations for various types of operations are only 20 mins away from the city center.
Iceland is connected to the UK and mainland Europe through the Farice and Danice data cables, respectively. Iceland is connected to the North America network through the Emerald Express. Latency from Iceland to New York and Halifax is 40.6 ms and 33.7 ms, respectively.
Iceland is the only country in Western Europe that still has large resources of competitively priced renewable energy
ON Power has a definite competitive edge in a world of ever rising energy prices due to the low production cost of electricity in geothermal power plants.
Graph source: BroadGroup, Data Center Analysis and Benchmarking of Iceland, June 2013
Iceland´s location in the north atlantic means year-round access to cool air, drastically lowering operational costs related to cooling. Average year round temperatures in Iceland range from -3°C to12°C. Iceland is located right between North America and Europe, allowing a single data center to serve both continents.
Iceland is the perfect location for energy dependent industries that require sustainable and green energy.