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Logistics firm Bulk has started work on a giant four square kilometre campus in southern Norway, with abundant power, multiple network connections - and an on-site recycling plant to support the data center lifecycle.

The NO1 campus near Kristiansand is being cleared, and already has power and networks to support multiple data centers, which can be supplied by Bulk or built by partners. The site has 400MW of power available, all from nearby hydroelectric sources, and the ability to expand almost indefinitely thanks to a major 3.6GW international power grid hub adjacent to the site. Bulk has connected 96 pairs of dark fiber to the site, and has agreements with eight network providers for data connectivity.