Who is Applied Digital?

January 1, 2023

Applied Digital is a U.S. based provider of next-generation digital infrastructure, redefining how digital leaders scale high-performance compute (HPC). With dedicated and experienced leadership in the fields of power procurement, engineering, and construction, Applied Digital collaborates with local utilities to solve the problem of congestion on the power grid while stimulating the development of more renewable energy.

Applied Digital seeks to develop and operate ultra-low-cost digital infrastructure purpose built for high performance computing applications, by bringing datacenters directly to the point of power. This allows the company to build infrastructure that largely uses renewable energy and encourages the build-out of more renewables by providing a higher return on investment for sustainable projects.

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