Norway - Oslo - Ulven

Oslo data centre powered entirely by 100% renewable energy sources and offering more than 5 100 m² of white technical space.

The DigiPlex Norway Oslo Ulven data centre is in the Økern district of central Oslo and was originally designed and built in 1981 for the Norwegian government as a data centre and communication hub.

It has more than 5 100 m2 of white technical space and is constructed of a concrete frame over four levels. A high security colocation centre with additional protection against electromagnetic pulses (EMP) and powered by 100% renewable energy.

During recent years, DigiPlex has carried out a substantial upgrading and replacement of the mechanical and electrical infrastructure. The power supplies, cooling and security systems installed at the centre today are “state of the art” and will meet fully the future requirements of our customers.

Full site specification is available for download. Alternatively, why not speak with our data centre experts for Norway and get the complete picture.




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