Sustainability is at the heart of modern banking operations and financial institutions are closing large in-house data centers to move to hybrid compute environments to keep their digital carbon footprint to a minimum. Iceland, with its cool climate and abundance of 100% renewable energy, has become an appealing location for hosting the world’s most valuable data, in the most sustainable way possible. Christopher Watts interviewed BNP Paribas CIB Head of Company Engagement and Chief Sustainability Officer, Constance ChalchatRicardo Jantarada, Head of Data Center Operations, as well as the CCO of atNorth Datacenters, Gisli Kr.ísli Kr. and Iceland’s Minister of Foreign affairs, Thordis Kolbrun Gylfadottir about the appeal of Iceland as the ideal home for data center scalability, energy efficiency and connectivity.

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