atNorth, a leading pan-Nordic colocation, high-performance computing and Artificial Intelligence service provider, has announced that it has joined the German Datacenter Association (GDA).
At the forefront of shaping the future of Germany’s digital infrastructure, membership to the GDA will help atNorth continue to support the sustainable advancement of data centre facilities across Europe.
The German Datacenter Association, which was established in 2018, is an association of operators and owners of data centres of all sizes. The Association is supported by leading research institutes, local communities and a network of partners and aims to sustainably improve the conditions for data centre operators in Germany and to raise awareness of the market for investment opportunities.
The GDA intends to offer data centre operators in Germany a platform to work together to promote the growth of the sector and raise awareness of the industry across business, society and politics in the region. The GDA supports its members with regards to laws, regulations and standards and political issues with its relevant committees.
“At atNorth, we have ambitious goals to push the boundaries of data centre operations with sustainability, efficiency and performance truly at our core,” said atNorth, Sales Director DACH, Michael Endres. “Aligning to an organisation as well-respected and influential as the GDA will be critical to the success of our business in the German market.”Click below to share this article