Boden, Sweden, October 7, 2020 – Hydro66, the green cloud infrastructure company, today announce further significant capacity extensions to its H66cloud platform with additional orders from existing customers NextGen and Cudo.
David Rowe CEO of Hydro66 said “We are pleased with the rapid progress in our Cloud platform since launch at the end of Q220. We are currently seeing strong take-up of our cloud services which augurs well for future revenue growth and our pipeline of sales opportunities continue to grow. We are planning for strong growth in the H66cloud platform to support the expected demand.”
Most of us agree that the planet could do with a little help right now. Yet it seems fairly obvious that the data universe continues to grow and consume ever more resources. And of course we are all conscious of value for money.
The team at H66 are on a mission to create a new benchmark for sustainable and responsible cloud infrastructure. We chose Boden in Sweden to create a template for best practice, the greenest and the most power-efficient cloud infrastructure we could build. Boden is “probably the best” location for a green data center in the world. More than plenty hydropower, perfect climate for cooling all those hot servers, natural electricity grid redundancy and reliability and super-connected.
We hope you will join our ultra-green cloud infrastructure quest and help the planet breathe a little easier.
Born in Boden, CO2 not included. www.hydro66.com
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