Crypto One is a company facilitating businesses in the rapidly growing blockchain economy. During the next weeks, a modular pilot center of 1,5 MW power consumption is being set up at Oslo Data Center Location. A successful pilot, planned to run for the next three to six month, will result in quick escalation towards a facilitated potential of 30-45 MW at the brownfield part of Oslo Data Center Location.
Pelle Gangeskar, Kristian Osestad and Rolf Jarle Aaberg. Photo Espen Ødegaard, Ringerikes Blad
Crypto One CEO Kristian Osestad says there are several determining factors in the choice of Oslo Data Center Location. “In global competition, Oslo DCLO stood out in terms of green renewable power cost and availability, accessibility and existing Capex-reducing infrastructure from former paper production near the site. Proximity to the regions district heating plant gives potential for exceptionally power effective data centers”
As the zoning plan for the Greenfield part of Oslo Data Center Location nears completion (final political assessment fall 2017), the scope and scalability of the site is now clear. About 100 Ha flat, buildable land with a potential for up to 300 MW of installed renewable power. Large to Hyper scale data centers building permit approval time is less than 14 days.
Oslo Data Center Location is arguably one of Europe’s most cost-effective Hyper scale sites, situated less than one hour from downtown Oslo and Oslo airport. Oslo Data Center Location is one of Invest In Norways selected data center sites for international development, and inquiries independent of site owner is guaranteed full discretion through Invest in Norway.
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