DigiPlex has broken ground on the construction of two new data centres near Oslo, Norway. The two centres will have a combined facility size of 8,500 m² and represent an investment of NOK 600 million. The centers are set to be operational in just 12 months, before the end of 2020.Internationa...
Company: DigiPlex Norway AS
Region: Western Europe
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The DigiPlex Norway Oslo Ulven data centre is in the Økern district of central Oslo and was originally designed and built in 1981 for the Norwegian government as a data centre and communication hub.
It has more than 4,700 m2 of white technical space and is constructed of a concrete frame over four levels. A high security colocation centre with additional protection against electromagnetic pulses (EMP).
Rent a Rack and Broadnet Colocation are resellers in the site.