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Facebook is in the process of building a data center in Tietgenbyen south of Odense, and soon the American giant is also in the process of building another Danish data center at Esbjerg.

The initiative is called "Project Ember". Facebook acquired approximately two million square meters of land between the Esbjerg motorway and the village of Andrup.

In a consortium with the Irish operator Aqua Comms, both Facebook and Google are creating the HAVFRUE cable, a 7,000-kilometer-long transatlantic submarine cable. Havfrue is the Norwegian word for Mermaid. The cable will connect the Esbjerg area to New Jersey.

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Bulk's DK01 Campus, Esbjerg, southwest Denmark, was launched in December 2019.

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A visualization from Cowi shows the proposed data center in Esbjerg. The campus will have four data centers and administration buildings. In total, the center will have fully built 250,000 square m...

Rendering of FB's Proposed Data Center in Esbjerg

A visualization from Cowi shows the proposed data center in Esbjerg. The campus will have four data centers and administration buildings. In total, the center will have fully built 250,000 square meters.

Source: Cowi

Plot of Land for Facebook Data Center in Esbjerg

Project Ember Land Plot
Source: Christer Holte
Google, Facebook, and two Apple Data Centers are being constructed in Denmark.

Webscale Data Center Deployments in Denmark
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Google, Facebook, and two Apple Data Centers are being constructed in Denmark.

Source: viborg-folkeblad.dk

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Founded in 2004, Facebook needs no introduction as the world's largest social network. All the status updates, family photos and videos add up and create a need for a massive amount of storage and compute. Facebook maintains a growing stable of data centers spread across the world.

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