DigiPlex opens new data center in Lillestrom, Norway

DigiPlex opened a second data center at Fetsund in Lillestrøm municipality. The new data center is 2.200 sqm.

DigiPlex now operates six data centers located in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

The new facility is built to support 3 MW and is engineered for very high levels of service availability. The majority of the site is already reserved for global customers but offers expansion possibilities to house additional customers.

The new facility in Lillestrøm employs a very energy efficient indirect evaporative cooling system which is similar in function to systems widely deployed by DigiPlex in Sweden and Norway.

Two new data center under construction

One more data center is under construction next to the now two operative centers in Lillestrøm and another data center at Holtskogen in Indre Østfold municipality, south east of Oslo.

Both campuses at Fetsund and Holtskogen have possibilities for further expansion.

The expansion programme is partly financed through a fully subscribed NOK 655 million bond issue that will be listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange this fall. 

DigiPlex opened the first data center at Fetsund in Lillestrøm in 2015, a 10 MW center covering 4,200 sqm. At the opening, this data center was the largest data center using air-to-air cooling technology in Europe and currently primarily serves TietoEVRY.

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