After six months of construction, Bulk Infrastructure launches its third data center in Esbjerg, on the west coast of Denmark. The company owns an area of 50,000 square meters and the data center can scale up to 20 MW. Plus, additional land and power are available for expansion. According to the company’s statement, anchor customers have already installed equipment and DK01 campus is in the last test mode.
50,000 sqm and 20 MW
DK01 campus offers a direct connection into high capacity subsea and terrestrial networks and also flexible colocation and data center build solutions. The company believes that the new data center’s location will play a key role in providing ongoing connectivity to the data centers deployments.
Jon Gravråk, CEO at Bulk Infrastructure says:
“Our data center Campus, DK01, in Esbjerg is the perfect place for us to enable a neutral traffic exchange point in Denmark. We have good relations in the Danish market as well as the international market who need a central location within the EU. With multiple cable landings planned or already in place, and the landing of our new HAVFRUE trans-Atlantic cable system, this will bring both convergence of networks and associated capacity to Esbjerg, together with creating a natural gateway into Bulk ́s vast Nordic sustainable and cost-efficient digital infrastructure.”
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