INVESTOR PRESENTATION May 2023 Leading Provider of Next-Gen Datacenters for High-Performance Computing Applications

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4 • Leading Digital Infrastructure and Colocation Provider of U.S.-based Next-Generation Datacenters • Next-Generation Datacenters are Optimized for High Performance Computing (HPC) Applications • AI, Machine Learning, Graphics Rendering, Web 3.0 & Other HPC Workloads • 100MW online – Nearly 400MW Under Active Development Expected Online 1H Calendar 2023 • All 500MW of capacity is under multi-year arrangements • Represents Anticipated Annualized Adjusted EBITDA Potential of $100 million Once Online1 • First dedicated HPC facility expected online 1H Calendar 2023 • Experienced Management Team with Backgrounds in Capital Markets, Digital Infrastructure, Real Estate and Marketing OVERVIEW 1. Adjusted EBITDA is defined as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, stock-based compensation, gain on the extinguishment of accounts payable, loss on extinguishment of debt, non-recurring professional service costs, and other one-time/non-recurring expenses.

o Requires Infrastructure Built to Support Significant Energy Consumption o Better Suited for More Remote Geographies o Do not Require Low Latency Connection, Purpose-Built for HPC Applications 5 • Low-Power Density Design not Optimal for HPC Demands • Often Located Near Major Cities w/ High Power Costs & Expensive Real Estate • Optimized for High-Speed, Ultra-Low Latency Connectivity built to Support Streaming but not Efficient for AI/ML TRADITIONAL DATACENTERS NEXT-GEN DATACENTERS NOT Efficient to Convert Legacy to Next-Gen due to Design Layout and Power Demands DATACENTER: TRADITIONAL VS NEXT-GEN

APPLIED DIGITAL: LEADING THE DATACENTER EVOLUTION 6 Traditional Centers Purpose-Built for These Markets Next-Generation Datacenters Web 1.0 Web 2.0 High Performance Compute o Internet Backbone o Individual Servers o Buffering and Waiting • Internet Backbone • Centralized Data • Streaming Apps- Instantaneous • Crypto Mining Applications • Artificial Intelligence • Machine Learning • Language Processing • Drug Discovery • Graphics Rendering Internet Explorer AOL Yahoo MSN Google YouTube Facebook Netflix AWS Bitcoin Ethereum Machine Learning Language Processing

Business Overview AI Based Cloud Service Next-Gen HPC Datacenters Bitcoin Datacenters Providing Cloud Services Applicable to Artificial Intelligence • Multi-Billion Revenue Opportunity • 40% Operating Margin HPC Datacenters with Efficient Cost Effectiveness • 200 MW in Development • $200MM of Revenue per 100MW • 40-50% EBITDA Margin Providing Infrastructure and Colocation Services. • 500 MW Online by End of June • $100 MM EBITDA Margin 7

HPC MARKET OPPORTUNITY 8 “High-Performance Computing Has Become Crucial to a Competitive Advantage in Every Industry” - Forbes Source: Verified Market Research 2030 $65.12B Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning Machine Learning

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS 9 Nearly 500MW online / under development, yielding pathway to $100 million of annualized Adjusted EBITDA1 in first half of calendar 2023 Dedicated power / infrastructure team with deep expertise in building Next-Gen datacenters Next-Gen datacenters are ideal for hosting high performance computing applications Strong expected Adjusted EBITDA and cash flow based upon long- term agreements Exploring ESG power options including wind & solar for expansion plans 100MW online and nearly 400MW under development, all of which is under multi-year contracts 1. Adjusted EBITDA is defined as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, gain on the extinguishment of accounts payable, loss on extinguishment of debt, non-recurring professional service costs, and other one-time/non-recurring expenses. Execution-Focused with Pathway to $100 Million Annualized Adj EBITDA Environmentally-Conscious, Low-Cost, Renewable Energy Supply Growing & Predictable Cash Flow Deep Operations Expertise Well-Positioned to Become Largest Public Third-Party Next-Gen Hosting Provider Large Opportunity Set for Next-Gen Datacenters to Host HPC Applications