Amazon Web Services next big investment is in the Stockholm region
Apr 4th, 2017 News
Amazon Web Services (AWS) will invest in the Stockholm region and aims to get three data centers up and running by 2018. The sites will be built in Västerås, Eskilstuna and Katrineholm. This investment shows Sweden’s high competitiveness and attractive conditions for data center investments.
AWS, the world’s largest provider of cloud services and part of the American online pioneer Amazon, will make its next big investment in Sweden. The investment will make Sweden and the Stockholm region to the hub of the AWS initiative in Northern Europe.
Patrik Öhlund, CEO of Node Pole, today confirmed the news and congratulate all parties involved:
We are delighted that Amazon Web Services has decided to make its next large investment in Sweden and the fantastic opportunities this provides for Västerås, Eskilstuna and Katrineholm. We also want to congratulate Business Sweden and Invest Stockholm. Their work is impressive and will pave the way for more future investments in Sweden and the Nordic countries.
Sweden’s case for data center investments is growing stronger, and the region is today highly attractive for data center establishments, Patrik Öhlund explains:
This investment further demonstrates the strong appeal of the Swedish market for data center investments. Low costs, green energy, ease of doing business and connectivity are all good reasons to choose Sweden.
AWS also emphasizes that the market for professional cloud services is rapidly growing in Sweden and the Nordic region. Many startups and world leading companies are based in the region and are in demand of AWS’s services.
For more information, please contact:
CMO, Node Pole
+46 706 20 88 70
About Node Pole
Node Pole is Sweden’s commercial investment and development hub providing dedicated support for investors within the cloud industry, as well as other emerging energy-intensive industries such as e.g. carbon production and battery production. Known from data center establishment successes such as Facebook in the north of Sweden, Node Pole is as of 2017 owned by power companies Vattenfall and Skellefteå Kraft – with the purpose of proactively enabling new business into Sweden and for the European market. With a core team of dedicated professionals, Node Pole Alliance with 60+ members, as well as partner sites, municipalities and national Government authorities, The Node Pole assures you a fast, flexible and scalable transition into a new industrial era.