DE-CIX’s newest Internet Exchange in Oslo and Kristiansand is now ready for service.
Established in partnership with Bulk Data Centers, the new DE-CIX IXs is currently live in Bulk’s data centres in Oslo (OS-IX) and Kristiansand (N01 Campus). More enabled sites will be announced in the future.
According to DE-CIX, Norway will become of the company’s main digital hubs. Customers in the region will have direct access to over 60 cloud providers, 2,000 local and international networks, and more than 250 data centres in Germany, Southern Europe, and the USA through the new services.
“DE-CIX is proud to now be part of one of the most advanced digital ecosystems on the planet, bringing our unique interconnection and cloud platform to Norway. Businesses large and small face acute challenges, and to optimise performance it is essential for companies to be in control of their network infrastructure. Central to this is ensuring data is secure and can be transferred with the lowest possible latency.
“We are on the verge of a new digital age, where every millisecond counts when it comes to building the infrastructure for the immersive Internet, or the metaverse. DE-CIX is here to solve the enterprise interconnection needs of tomorrow, today,” said Ivo Ivanov, CEO of DE-CIX.
Gisle M. Eckhoff, Executive Vice President, Bulk Data Centers, added, “Our partnership with DE-CIX will give local and international customers the option to interconnect and access a range of services in major markets with even lower latency. We are seeing an increase in demand for low-cost, highly sustainable solutions and with these new DE-CIX Nordics locations we are helping to support that gravity shift North, where you find the greenest energy in Europe.”