Country Manager Iceland, IBM

Enlighten yourself in the sun with IBM Summer Camp: Journey to Cloud

Are you also having difficulties sleeping during the Nordic Solstice period or do you have an extra couple of weeks before your real vacation is taking off? Then I can recommend you to attend the first Nordic IBM summer camp for developers, architects and administrators that will introduce the new aspects of how to set […]

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Why is Iceland the best fit for sustainable IT?

Today, our highly digitized society processes data on a constant basis from technologies such as AI, blockchain, machine learning, IoT, and the like. This global trend is not forecasted to slow down, but rather continue to increase at a rapid rate, inducing a pressure on identifying apt facilities, i.e. data centers, to uphold these advancements. […]

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Get Ready for Round 2 of the Webinar Series: How Nordic Companies Are Using IBM Solutions

In May and June, we will continue our successful weekly webinar series of How Nordic Companies Are Using IBM Solutions that we kicked off in April with its first four events. We are very excited to share the upcoming four events with you, which include various subjects on how to optimize your company by utilizing […]

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Introducing the webinar series: How Nordic companies are using IBM solutions

As consequences of the coronavirus have caused the majority of us to work from home, dependence upon virtual platforms have increased rapidly. One of the ways in which we at IBM will continue to support online communication is by the use of webinars. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that I can introduce to you […]

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Why containers hold a huge promise for building ecosystems

We often hear that companies should focus on their core and what they are good at. However, companies should not forget that collaboration with others can make them even more relevant to their clients than they already are.  Last week, Origo, in collaboration with IBM, held a one-day event on Cloud, Cloud Paks, and AI in […]

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Aurora DataCloud – Climate friendly storage for large volumes of data in an indefinite time

Aurora DataCloud from Origo is a pioneering, cost-effective storage solution. It has minimal effect on the climate as it runs on renewable energy to reduce carbon footprint with up to 90% compared to traditional storage solutions.  Back in February, I outlined some of the key elements on why Iceland is the coolest location for data centers. […]

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Join us in Iceland for Cloud/AI event hosted by Origo

Origo and IBM will host an event in Iceland, where the value of Cloud, Cloud Paks, and AI will be presented to existing and future customers. Likewise, how cloud and AI technology can optimize business operations, will be addressed with the use of slides and demos. The event will take place on February 13th. Speakers […]

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How is IBM keeping up with the global IT trends?

How is IBM keeping up with the global IT trends? In my previous article, Iceland’s favorable location, climate and overall conditions for data centers were addressed. This article will center around the International Data Corporation’s annual FutureScape report that predicts the top 10 trends within the IT industrywide technology adaptation for the next five years. […]

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Iceland is the coolest location for data centers

Did you know that Iceland is the place for sustainable data centers? Think of the following: When comparing the carbon emission of training a large AI model to that of the life-cycle carbon emission of an average American car (incl. production and recycling), emissions of the AI model are about five times greater than the […]

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