Iceland is connected to both Europe and North-America with submarine fiber cables. The overseas connection and the backhaul are redundant.
The network has the capacity to meet the increasing demand of data center customers and other service providers.
Farice is the main provider of international bandwidth capacity in Iceland.
The main national fiber network is 1,800 km / 1,118 miles long with a circular architecture to ensure redundant routes. The largest network is operated by Míla (website available in Icelandic only).
A detailed look at Iceland as a choice for industries and companies interested in the benefits of power security.
Nordic HPC – How four universities work together to maximize computing power by offshoring to Iceland.
Report by Broadgroup on Iceland as an international data center hub.
A report by PWC on the important factors needed in order to evaluate Iceland as a location for your business. The report includes general information on the country in addition to details on the economic system, housing, tax and labour.