atNorth Acquires Gompute


atNorth, a Reykjavik, Iceland-based Nordic colocation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence service provider, acquired Gompute, a Swedish provider of High Performance Computing (HPC) and data center services.

The amount of the deal was not disclosed.  

Under the terms of the agreement, atNorth will add Gompute’s data center in Gothenburg, Sweden with a capacity potential of 10MW to its portfolio, further strengthening its position in the HPC market. Gompute’s advanced HPC technology, skilled engineers, and customer base, combined with atNorth’s HPC-as-a-service solution and colocation platform will provide customers with a pan-nordic full stack offering tailored to HPC and AI workloads.   

Founded in 2002 and led by Daniel Persson, CEO, Gompute delivers solutions for High Performance Computing as a Cloud service with bare-metal compute nodes for your CAE workloads, as well as on-premise and hybrid cloud solutions. 

Led by CEO Eyjolfur Magnús Kristinsson, atNorth  is a Pan-Nordic data center services company that offers scalable colocation and high-performance computing services across Iceland, Sweden , and  Finland. The company operates six data centers in strategic locations across the Nordics, with a seventh site to open in Helsinki, Finland in Q3 2024. 
The business was founded in 2009 and acquired by Partners Group in 2022.