What happens when countries realise the potential for foreign investment driven by data centres
Speaking to The Tech Capital at Kickstart 2022 in Amsterdam, Thomas Vodler, chairman of the board at Danish Data Center Industry, talks about the country’s transformational journey to attract foreign data centre investment.
Updated June 06, 2022 / Original June 06, 2022
Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital
June 06, 2022 | 12:01 AM BST
Green power, low latency networks and one of Europe’s most reliable power grids are just some of the reasons why global tech giants and international colocation operators are putting down roots in Denmark.
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