Telenor Maritime goes live at Bulk's N01 Data Center Campus
Telenor Maritime has chosen Bulks Data Center, N01 Campus, as their location for Colocation Data Center services. Telenor Maritime is leading the evolution of secure connectivity at sea, and its fullfledged, end-to-end connectivity portfolio caters to all maritime mobile communication needs, supporting current mobile technologies and devices. The company is part of Telenor ASA, one of the world's major mobile operators.
- For us, N01 Campus was a natural choice. Telenor Maritime has been looking for a Colocation data center in the Agder region (southern part of Norway) with direct fiber routes across the Atlantic Ocean and with the largest internet service providers in place. In addition, we required a high level of security, ISO certifications (such as ISO 22301 and 27001) and
redundancy on all elements of the data center, says CEO Lars-Erik Lunøe at Telenor Maritime.
Telenor Maritime, owned by Telenor Group, is the only operator at sea with a fully managed service, offering all mobile access technologies such as 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and VSAT for ships and offshore platforms. With the goal of empowering the digital worker, Telenor Maritime is the only supplier that offers a digital platform with high-speed internet and 4G in the same ecosystem. - As part of the new landing point at NJFX's carrier-neutral campus, Telenor Maritime will access
Bulks new Havfrue subsea cable with direct connections from the U.S east coast to the Bulk Infrastructure campus in Norway, N01, which hosts our new core site. We are well on our way to unlocking the Nordics vast amount of renewable energy sources, enabling new capabilities for our clients globally, says Lunøe.
N01 Campus is in the southmost part of Norway, near the city of Kristiansand with an 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 green electricity feeds enabling the campus to scale up to a 1000 MW.