Northern Data, an international corporation dedicated to bringing dramatic change to the high-performance computing (HPC) industry through exceptional innovation and ideas, is rapidly expanding its operations.
The Germany-based firm recently announced an imminent relationship with the State of Oklahoma in its latest initiative in a news release.
Northern Data and Oklahoma will use their partnership to fully realize the promise of high-performance computing and open up new opportunities in the future across all sectors and businesses.
Northern Data expects to deploy more than 100K ASIC systems in North America by the end of 2022. That’s, as part of its global expansion strategy.
The company’s intentions were previously stated in an earlier Strategy Presentation, which was released near the end of September 2021.
Furthermore, as a result of the agreement, Northern Data AG has entered into final talks with Oklahoma for the acquisition of a data center site. Which is, capable of producing up to 250 MW of power, the location of which has not yet been divulged. Northern Data plans to meet this goal in stages, starting with 10 megawatts in Q2’22, then 50 megawatts in Q4’22. Then, finally 250 megawatts by the end of 2024, which is also their estimated completion date for the site’s development. The organization intends to develop using modular construction designs that are quick and efficient.
The transaction is still undergoing due diligence, and after the process is completed. Which is, more information regarding the purchase will be made public.
Northern Data’s vision and strategy of constructing high-quality data center infrastructure for Blockchain. Then, and, as a result, embracing Cloud Compute Services in the future will be fueled by this relationship.
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