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Bulk doubles capacity at its OS-IX data centre

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Bulk Infrastructure has announced a significant expansion of its Oslo Internet Exchange (OS-IX) data centre.

The upgrade will introduce three new data halls with a combined capacity of 5.5 MW, effectively doubling OS-IX’s current capacity of 5 MW. Upon completion, OS-IX will become the largest data centre in the Oslo metropolitan area.

Construction of the new halls is underway, with an expected ready-for-service date in the first quarter of 2025. Part of the expansion has already been sold to customers, with the site offerimg additional power and space to accommodate future expansion.

Rob Elder, Chief Commercial Officer at Bulk, stated, “We have tailored the OS-IX expansion for high-density workloads, ensuring readiness for AI and HPC requirements, along with traditional data centre services. Our clients, ranging from AI and HPC to conventional services, will benefit from OS-IX’s position as Norway’s most connected data centre, with numerous global network operators aiding in their business execution.”

He added, “We now have the capability to support our customers’ growth in new and existing platforms. OS-IX offers an exceptional mix of high-density capacity in a metropolitan setting.”

Earlier this year, Bulk also announced an expansion at its N01 campus near Kristiansand, South Norway.

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