Bane NOR and Bulk Infrastructure expands their partnership

Since 2015 Bane NOR and Bulk Infrastructure have collaborated on larger fiber systems along the Norwegian railways connecting Oslo, Kristiansand, Stavanger and Bergen. The reason for the collaboration has been to improve the fiber coverage along the railway and connect Norway’s largest cities with dark fiber.

Recently the parties entered an agreement to further develop and expand their relationship with a data center agreement.

The parties have agreed not to share any other details other than the agreement has a duration of up to 30 years.

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Both companies was well represented at the contract signing showing Sverre Kjenne (BaneNOR/right) og Torbjørn Moe (Bulk Infrastructure/left) holding the contracts.

About Bane NOR SF

Bane NOR is a Norwegian state-owned company responsible for the national railway infrastructure. Bane NOR's mission is to ensure accessible railway infrastructure and efficient and user-friendly services, including the development of hubs and goods terminals. Bane NOR has approximately 4,500 employees and the head office is based in Oslo, Norway.

About Bulk Infrastructure

Bulk Infrastructure is an investor, developer and operator of industrial real estate, data centers and fiber networks and is recognised as a leading provider of sustainable digital infrastructure in the Nordics. Bulk offers more than 10 000 km with dark fiber networks in addition to data center services in Oslo Internet Exchange (co-owned with Akerhus Energy), N01 Campus in southern Norway and DK01 Campus in Esbjerg, Denmark.