Strategically located in Norway and Denmark and connected to international connectivity, Bulk enables its customers to reduce costs and environmental impact: The N01 campus, for example, is located next to the largest transformer station in Europe with direct and redundant connections to multiple hydropower stations that supply 100% renewable energy. N01 is also directly connected to the DK01 site in Denmark, offering low latency and scalable solutions just 100 km by air from Germany.
“As a company, Bulk Data Centers is entirely in tune with GDA objectives to increase the sustainability of the data centre industry. For countries like Germany, which are starting to encounter capacity shortages in key colocation hubs, Bulk provides a low cost and low carbon solution for data centre workloads that can reside outside Germany whilst still delivering highly connected options with low latency to key markets,” Gisle M. Eckhoff, Executive Vice President at Bulk Data Centers, said.
Anna Klaft, GDA Chairwoman, added, “We are very pleased to further expand GDA’s footprint in the Nordics with our new member Bulk Data Centers. This once again demonstrates our cross-border perspective: only together we succeed in securing Europe’s digital sovereignty.”