Edge Global Congress
November 6, 2019
As data is generated at ever more exponential rates, and globally moves us towards the age of Yottabyte, so compute processing power disperses across enterprise, and cloud resources...
For this edition Datacloud spoke to Erik Rylander, Head of Stockholm Data Parks, Stockholm Exergi
Datacloud: What do you see as the future drivers for the industry?
More data will be driven by general migration to the Cloud, AI, IoT and Blockchain. Energy efficiency and sustainability will be essential for the industry to manage this growth.
Datacloud: What regions within Europe do you see as primed for IT asset expansion?
The Nordics will get even further attention in the future. This is due to availability of clean energy to match the growth of the industry.
Datacloud: What is one of your goals for the next year and how do you expect to achieve it?
Our target is to increase the Swedish share of European data centers investments. We will continue to promote our key benefits of clean and abundant energy with the additional possibility in Stockholm of paid-for heat recovery.
Datacloud: How can our sector help to improve society?
Ensure to add more renewable production and become an integrated part of the energy system and provide grid stabilization services
Erik Rylander will be at the Datacloud Europe 2018 congress in Monaco June 12-14th. Meet him and the team from Data Centers by Sweden in stand 58