Our Locations

Our locations across the Nordics are strategically located to deliver carrier-neutral connectivity, powered by the cheapest and most resilient renewable energy solutions combined with assured growth and future scalability.

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The largest data center campus in Norway

N01 Campus is our hyperscale data park, and is the largest data center campus in Norway. In fact, this could be the world’s largest data center campus fueled by renewable energy (hydroelectricity). The campus is located in the southmost part of Norway, in close proximity to the city of Kristiansand with international airport, seaport and rail port. The Campus has dark fiber routes to continental Europe, the UK and the US. The N01 Campus is situated next to a 3,6 GW substation with 12 independent electricity feeds enabling the campus to scale up to a 1000 MW in the short term. N01 is a carrier neutral campus. Click here to download spec sheet, or make contact.

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Our data center in Denmark: DK01 Campus

Our DK01 Campus, Esbjerg, southwest Denmark, is a scalable Carrier Neutral Colocation data center. Esbjerg is a highly strategic data center location with several subsea fiber systems terminating within or nearby. These include Havfrue (US, Ireland, Norway, Denmark), Havhingsten (Ireland, Denmark), Cobra (Holland, Denmark), Skagerrak 4 (Norway Denmark), DANICE (Iceland, Denmark) and TAT-14 (United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark). Combined with excellent terrestrial connectivity, this makes Esbjerg the main international entry point to the Nordics and enables the Bulk DK01 campus to be the natural traffic exchange point. Click here to download spec sheet, or make contact.

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Our hyperconnected data center in Oslo, Norway

Oslo Internet Exchange (OS-IX) is the largest data center location in downtown Oslo, with easy access to international highways, rail and Oslo International Airport. The center features multiple options for connectivity within the Nordics and onwards to the European operators and the US. Electrically, the site (OS-IX) is connected to a hydroelectric power grid. Four separate high voltage feeds (11kV - 30MW) runs to the site from a dual-feed substation (47kV), which is directly connected to the national power grid (300kV) to make the site reliable. Click here to download spec sheet, or make contact.

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Our vast Fiber Networks in Europe connected with the US

Core to our customer value proposition is our investment in building some of the largest Fiber Networks in the Nordics. See our Fiber Networks page to learn more about our subsea and terrestrial fiber network routes.

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Industrial Real Estate

In addition to building data centers, we are developers of industrial real estate and have access to the land, infrastructure and skills needed to develop customer-specific projects at new sites and locations. Visit our Industrial Real Estate pages to learn more about our business area.