DE-CIX has revealed its plans to expand to the Nordic region. The company has partnered with Bulk Data Centers on this development. Bulk Data Centers will be housing DE-CIX’s IX platforms in Kristiansand, Norway (Campus N01), Oslo, Norway (OS-IX), and Esbjerg, Denmark (Campus DK01). In additio...
Company: Bulk Infrastructure AS
Region: Western Europe
Gross SqFt: 64,583
Total Power: 22.0 Megawatts
The property was purchased by Bulk Eiendom and Akershus Energi as 50/50 partners in November 2014. The parties will co-operate to facilitate hydro power generated data centers to national and international clients. This property is the largest existing data center in Norway. Leading international data center operators lease approx. 6,000 SqM in the building. The property has 22 MW power capacity installed and the potential to expand for data center operators is large. The building has a total of 25,000 square meters.
Excellent location in Oslo community close to Oslo downtown. Easy access to International Highways, railroad and Oslo International airport.
Multiple options on connectivity within Norway and also directly to Denmark and onwards to the European Continent Operators: Bulk AS and International carrier partners, TDC, Broadnet, Telenor and more. Norway has state of the art optical fiber networks scalable up to n*100 Gbits provided by several telecom operators.
Planning and permitting
The building is designed for future datacenter facilitation with a total area of 24,781 SqM BTA. Seven telecom operators are today occupying more than 6,000 Square Meters of datacenter area in the building.
Hydropower (30 MW) is located next door. Two separate electricity feeds possible and National Power Grid Node at the powerplant.