SWE01 Campus

Stockholm’s future-proof data center
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State-of-the-art data center in Sweden

atNorth’s state-of-the-art data center, SWE01, is located in Kista (a suburb of Stockholm), and the largest ICT cluster in Europe. The data center is just a stone’s throw away from Arlanda International Airport and a short train/​car ride from Stockholm city center.

The data center provides more than 2,800 SQM of white technical space and is constructed of a concrete frame arranged on two levels. SWE01 is a highly connected and secure colocation data center powered by energy from renewable sources. 

This resilient and reliable location is perfect for enterprises and clouds looking for fast growth and scalable colocation.

SWE01 data center facility was precisely constructed for high density workloads and is unique in its design, with a primary cooling system created specifically to maximize heat recovery, utilizing liquid cooling technology.

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Address Esbogatan 4, Kista, Sweden
Total available power 12 MW
Total available space 6400 SQM
Power sourcerenewable energy sources
PUE>1.2


Latency (single trip)

SWE01
Frankfurt 19.5 ms
London 19.9 ms
Amsterdam 12.5 ms
Paris 21.5 ms
Dublin 20.5 ms
Copenhagen 16.5 ms
Oslo 16.9 ms


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Our Stockholm data center campus ensures:

Extreme power density

Our flexible data center in Sweden allows you to rack higher and achieve more density to lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

High energy efficiency

Compute heat is utilized to warm homes in Stockholm, creating a circular economy and lowering your footprint

Excellent connectivity

SWE01 is located in Kista, the connectivity hub to Europe

Circular economy

atNorth are committed to promoting circular economy principles through our approach to energy usage. In partnership with Swedish utility company, Stockholm Exergi, our Stockholm campus reuses the heat outputs generated by the site’s data halls, recycling all residual heat through the district heating plant to provide heat and hot water for local residents. The initiative has helped:

  • boost the data center efficiency
  • reduce our carbon footprint and overall impact on the climate
  • give back and support the local community

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