Bulk Kristiansand N01 Campus

4715 Vennesla

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On the campus there is a total design capacity over 300,000m² of secure and IT buildings with available sites for over 100 data centres ranging in size from 1,500m² to +30,000m² (White Space).

The campus is located at the southmost part of Norway in close proximity and with dark fiber routes to continental Europe, the UK and the US. N01 is situated next to a 3.6 GigaWatt substation with 12 independent electricity feeds enabling the campus to scale up to a 1,000 MW in the short term. It is a carrier neutral campus located 20 minutes from the city of Kristiansand with international airport, seaport and rail port.

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Bulk Kristiansand N01 Campus Data Center Photos


Rendering of the N01 Campus outside of Kristiansand
Source: Bulk Infrastructure

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Rendering of the Bulk Campus Prospective Layout

Another Prospective Layout
Circa 2017
Early Stages of N01 Campus Development

Circa 2017

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Another Rendering of the NO1 Facilities in Vennesla Norway

Operating Company

Bulk Infrastructure is a leading provider of sustainable digital infrastructure in the Nordics. Bulk is a developer and operator of industrial real estate, data centers, and dark fiber networks in Norway and Denmark.

Bulk Infrastructure was established in 2006 and the founder and employees still hold the majority share of the company. Our headquarter is in Oslo with operational teams and sites other places in the Nordics. We are organized into three business areas of Industrial Real Estate, Global Fiber Networks, and Data Centers. We own strategic land parcels in several Nordic countries, we have developed more than 400 thousand sqm of industrial buildings including data centers as well as 10 thousand km of subsea and terrestrial dark fiber networks. We have a customer portfolio ranging from specialized local players to global giants within their fields.

3 Facilities Owned
3 Markets Served
37.0 Megawatts
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