Data Economy speaks to Hydro66 on what Sweden offers data centres beyond taxes, power and cooling

It is hot to be cold describes well the Nordic data centre market today where the sector is growing exponentially with more than $3bn of further CAPEX planned for the next few years. Data Economy’s João Marques Lima speaks to Paul Morrison, business development director at Swedish data centre services provider Hydro66, on what the company is after in terms of business in and out of the Nordic region, the main drivers for market growth including cheaper power for computing at scale, and what the world’s largest data centre next door in Norway means to the Swedish market.