Originally posted to Data Center POST

In early December, Bulk Data Centers had the pleasure of welcoming the Mayor of Esbjerg, Jesper Frost Rasmussen (V) to Bulk’s Denmark Data Center Campus, DK01. The timing of the visit helped to commemorate the connection of the Havfrue subsea fiber cable to one of Denmark’s most scalable, flexible and energy efficient data center campuses. 

Havfrue is the first subsea cable system in 20 years connecting Denmark with North America. This new fiber route adds diversity to a global network facing increasing congestion and challenges due to aging systems. It is an important part of Bulk’s growing fiber network connecting the Nordics with the world’s major markets via low-latency and high-capacity fiber. In addition to Bulk Data Centers, the company builds and operates international and intra-Nordic fiber infrastructure that is designed to meet the large-scale data transport needs of the future.

“We are pleased with Bulk’s successful expansion into Esbjerg and see this opportunity as only the beginning,” said Mayor Rasmussen. “We look forward to developing the relationship even further and together creating even greater awareness around our unique geographical location and hopefully be able to attract more investments from this vibrant economic sector.”

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