01 Jan 2021

Future Unicorn Award nominee: Qarnot Computing

Future Unicorn Award 2021

Qarnot Computing provide green cloud computing services that reuse heat released by servers to heat buildings.

They provide services to two very different sectors: high performance computing and ecological heating, providing the greenest high-performance computing in the world. Their model is absolutely disruptive: no data centre has to be constructed as they spread the IT capacities directly where heat is needed, within buildings. Furthermore, they spare a huge amount of electricity as they don’t cool down and refresh their computers as usual data-centres do. They created for the society and customers a digital circular economy!

Learn more about Qarnot computing

What will you do if you win the Future Unicorn Award?

“If we win the Future Unicorn Award, we will accelerate our development, deploy our green solutions on new markets all around the world, recruit plenty of talented colleagues, improve our R&D to keep the sientific and technological advance that brought us up to where we are today.”

Qarnot Computing

To learn more about Qarnot Computing, visit their website

About the Future Unicorn Award

  • The Future Unicorn Award aims to highlight innovative start-ups and scale-ups that have the potential to become Europe’s next unicorns. The award is compiled by asking all the national trade associations affiliated with DIGITALEUROPE to nominate a single SME from their country. This results in a truly pan-European selection of incredible digital companies from all sectors.

    The award will be delivered at our flagship event, Masters of Digital on 4 February.

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