Sweden enjoys one of the lowest electricity pricing in Europe. Due to its cool climate it also enables fresh air cooling much of the year.
Sandviken is a municipality characterized by high-tech industry that offers world-class datacenter sites in central Sweden.
Wind parks are situated close to the Tuna site to provide renewable electricity.
Sandviken is situated in the center of Sweden, County of Gävleborg. Coordinates: N 60° 38.074', E 16° 44.234'.
Close to Stockholm/ Arlanda International Airport
Sandviken is 80 minutes drive from Stockholm/ Arlanda International Airport.
The site Tuna; 40 hectares zoned for industrial use
In Sandviken we can offer good accessibility, ready to go site with all permits, a total area of 400 000 m2. The site can be subdivided into smaller plots if desired. Its located app. 1 km from the city of Sandviken.
All infrastructure is in place as roads, water supply, waste water connection and electricity. No extra investements is needed for infrastrucutre around the area.
The average annual temperature is 5° C. Free cooling is available much of the year. There is potential for water cooling. The site is to be connected to the municipal water and waste system.
The electrically sources are practically fossil fuel free. Sandviken is situated close to one of Europes largest wind park sites.
Load to site
The current available load to the site is 15 MW / 132 kV. The substation is located just by the site. A load of 100 MW is available within 12 months. Wind park sites are situated close to the site to provide renewable electricity.
World class connectivity
Sandviken Energi AB Sandnet has established fiber networks since 1996 and Sandnet was the first in the world to become SEC (Secure Enduser Connections) Network Certified. Redundant dark fiber is available 20m from the site. Sandnet is the local fiber provider.
The data center is free to choose their fiber provider. The site has world-class connectivity, with redundant dark fiber from three different directions.
Gävleborg boasts a robust fiber optic network with several independent national and regional redundant networks that connect Gävleborg to and Malmo/Copenhagen.
The region’s fiber optic network consequently offers excellent national and international connectivity, and peering point opportunities via Netnode in and , which is the largest Internet exchange Point (IXP) in . Gävleborg’s fiber network also offers plenty of bandwidth capacity and dark fiber, and the comprehensive nature of the network ensures that fiber is never more than a kilometer from populated areas.
Latency to Amsterdam from northern Sweden is approximately 30 ms. Other important connection points like St Petersburg and Moscow have a latency of approximately 16 ms and 28 ms respectively from northern Sweden.
Read more: Site Tuna 2 (pdf, 4.4 MB)