Climate Control. Supplied by Nature.
When temperatures heat up in North America, we tend to keep our cool. The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador is the natural choice for Data Centers, boasting a moderate marine climate with summers averaging 68º F, and relatively mild winters around 32º F.
Find the stability, security and savings your business demands. Newfoundland and Labrador offers:
Strong Business Support: Offering highly flexible financial assistance and tax incentives Rock-Solid Economy: Leading Canada in economic growth with projected long-term oil revenues Committed and Productive Workforce: In one of Canada’s most cost-competitive labour pools
Viability of Data Centers in Newfoundland and Labrador
Grand Falls – Windsor Data Center Site Evaluation
We are strategically located, with abundant, inexpensive land and water. We are well connected to an independent electricity grid and a redundant fiber-optic network. We are highly skilled, geopolitically stable, and always ready for business.
At the end of the day, you’ll use less energy here to store and safeguard your data, and you’ll save money. The economy is hot, but the climate is naturally cool.
Our ocean-moderated climate is mild year round, and rarely subject to extreme weather.
Find us on Canada’s east coast, ideally located between North America and Europe, and well connected by air and sea.
Clean, Cheap Energy
Our rates compare very well to other jurisdictions, and that means substantial savings for you.
Our land, our water, our people... it’s all right here, ready to work for your business.
Our fully looped fiber-optic transport provides a unique pathway direct to Europe, via Greenland.