NEWS RELEASE September 25, 2019

Boden, Sweden, September 25, 2019 – Hydro66 Holdings Corp. (“Hydro66” or the “Company”) (CSE: SIX) (OTCQB:HYHDF) is pleased to announce the Company is sponsoring the European Regional Summit for the Open Compute Project. This successful annual event brings together the OCP community from around the world to share innovation and best practice most relevant to the European market.

Hydro66 previously announced that their data center facility in Northern Sweden is an OCP Ready™ Colo Facility, making it easy for project owners to deploy OCP IT hardware at scale. The company also recently announced its first OCP client, Nexedi, with whom it seeks to develop a combined approach to offering cloud infrastructure services.

Bill Carter – CTO – Open Compute Project Foundation, commented: “The team at Hydro66 has really embraced the OCP Community. In July, their facility in Boden, Sweden, was the first in the Nordics to achieve OCP Ready™ recognition and they have already deployed Open Rack systems. We see Europe as a key region for OCP Ready™ facilities as more and more Enterprises enlist best-in-class energy efficiency. Having members like Hydro66 active in our Data Center Facilities Project and being part of the Colo Solution Provider program is key to accelerating growth in Europe.”

Hydro66 deliver a cost-effective, environmentally sustainable option for OCP project owners. The Company’s data center offers the combined benefits of OCP compliance, cool Nordic climate, low-cost green power and an ultra-efficient award-winning facility. Andy Long, Strategy Adviser to Hydro66, will expand on these themes during his presentation to the OCP audience in Amsterdam describing how and why Hydro66 is the ideal location for OCP installations.

Christiaan Keet – CTO – Hydro66 commented: “We have been tracking OCP compliance from our design and build phase and are now delighted to see all that planning come to great effect for our clients. Observing first-hand the way Open Rack gear deploys effortlessly in minutes into our data halls is part of the promise of being an accredited facility. The Regional Summit is a great way to share our learnings back with the community and enhance our position as one of the first OCP Ready™ colocation data centers globally.”

The Company are exhibiting at the OCP Amsterdam Regional Summit September 26-27th 2019 and can be found at booth location B21. Hydro66 have developed a 10-point checklist to enable OCP users to evaluate their data center choices against current best practice. More details and the 10 point checklist can be found here :


Paul Morrison
Chief Commercial Officer of Hydro66 UK Limited
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Jason Atkinson
Director, Corporate Development
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About Hydro66
Hydro66 owns and operates an award-winning colocation data center in Sweden specializing in High Performance Computing (“HPC”) hosting. The Company hosts third party IT infrastructure, utilizing 100% green power, at amongst the EU’s lowest power prices and within an ISO27001 accredited facility.

Hydro66 is uniquely positioned to capitalize on opportunities in blockchain infrastructure as well as the traditional Enterprise colocation data center market. The Company provides truly green power at a leading price, purpose-built space and cooling, telecoms, IT support services and 24/7 physical security in their facility in Boden, Sweden.

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