Because the world needs it
The green shift is a global political decision
to reform all production and minimize our footprint.
We are looking for partners who share our aim for a better connected world.
Empowering tomorrow’s data economy within the tolerance of planet Earth.
Earths population is growing at a rapid rate.
Each one of us are using an array of services which all require energy and emits CO2.
We need to find new ways to consume less energy per service and at the same time
minimize the emissions required for growth.
The world’s data nearly doubles every two years
The amount of data created and consumed is growing faster than ever before and is transforming the way we live, work and relate to one another.
20 years ago, only a few devices were connected to the internet.
In 2020, every person had an average of 7 devices.
A tremendous evolution.
Each of our connected devices generate huge amounts of data, which annually requires 3% of the global power consumption for storing.
Due to the power consumption, the world’s data centers have equivalent CO2 emissions as the aviation industry today.
As around 70% of the
world’s power supply still comes from non-renewable sources, any reduction in power consumpotion is vital.
In the context of climate change, water availability
is also a major concern.
is what a typical data center uses every day
worldwide lacks access
to safe water
Change is necessary for sustainability.
Today, data centers require a lot of valuable land.
With a growing digital market they face challenges related to acquiring suitable land with strategic geography.
What if we could free up 95% of that space, while upholding the same data storage capacity, and eliminate the need for land?
Nearly half of the world’s population lives
within 100km of the sea in urban areas.
It’s expected this number will increase
to 80% within the year 2100.