AVAILABLE SERVICES IN NORWAY

Norway, as other scandinavian countries, has a sophisticated telecom market with high broadband penetration, considered one of the highest in Europe. This is the result of a technologically demanding population and the efforts of providers to migrate dial-up subscribers to broadband services.

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DETAILS

Norway has focused on upgrading fixed-line networks in recent years, providing a solid infrastructure for the delivering triple play services. The market’s development over recent years has been supported by a technologically savvy populace and the efforts of providers to migrate subscribers to fast broadband services provided by fibre networks, VDSL and upgraded cable infrastructure.

TELECOMS MARKET

In common with other Scandinavian countries, Norway has a sophisticated telecom market with high broadband and mobile penetration rates. Although Norway is not a member of the European Union, its telecoms sector is synchronised with relevant EC legislation. The mobile market is a duopoly between the network operators Telenor Mobile and TeliaSonera’s NetCom, supplemented by a small number of MVNOs. Telenor is the dominant operator in all sectors, though there is increasing competition from new entrants. Telia increased its market share by acquiring the operations of Tele2 and in April 2017 it secured regulatory approval for its acquisition of the smaller mobile operator Phonero. The Norwegian Competition Authority (NCA) is the agency in charge of regulating competition in the Norwegian telecoms market.

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

The Norwegian economy is a prosperous mixed economy, with a very active private sector, a large state sector, and an extensive social safety net. The government controls key areas, such as the vital petroleum sector, through extensive regulation and large-scale state-majority-owned enterprises. The country is richly endowed with natural resources – petroleum, hydropower, fish, forests, and minerals – and is highly dependent on the petroleum sector, which accounts for the largest portion of export revenue and about 30% of government revenue. Norway opted to stay out of the EU during a referendum in November 1994; nonetheless, as a member of the European Economic Area, it contributes sizably to the EU budget. After solid GDP growth in 2004-07, the economy slowed in 2008, and contracted in 2009, before returning to modest, positive growth from 2010 to 2017. The Norwegian economy has been adjusting to lower energy prices, as demonstrated by growth in labor force participation and employment in 2017. Gross Domestic Product of Norway grew 1.4% in 2018 compared to the previous year, driven largely by domestic demand, which has been boosted by the rebound in the labor market and supportive fiscal policies. Economic growth is expected to remain constant or improve slightly in the next few years.

LOCAL PROVIDERS

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MVNOs
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Cisco certified partners

INCUMBENT OPERATOR

Telenor is the incumbent telecom operator in Norway, with a history of more than 150 years. Telenor’s service portfolio includes fixed-line and mobile telephony, broadband and datacom services for residential and business customers, as well as a broad range of wholesale services. Telenor Norway’s main legal entities are Telenor Norge AS, Datametrix AS and Canal Digital Kabel TV AS.

RELEVANT INTERNET EXCHANGE POINTS

  • FIXO – Free Internet eXchange Oslo
  • NIX – Norwegian Internet Exchange

DATACENTERS IN NORWAY

INTELLIT BERGEN
INTELLIT
Kokstadvegen 29
5257 Bergen

Broadnet Colocation Bergen
Broadnet AS
Lars Hilles gate 20
5008 Bergen

Fjellhallen Bergen
Hatteland
Hardangerveien 48A
5224 Bergen

StoreSpeed
StoreSpeed.com
Stadion 2
1671 Fredrikstad
BlueFjords AS
Bluefjords AS
Jostedal Datacenter
6868 Gaupne
DigiPlex Rosenholm
Digiplex
1414 Oslo
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within Rosenholm Campus.
Lefdal Mine Datacenter
Lefdal Mine Datacenter
Lefdal
6770 Eid
Digiplex Oslo
Digiplex
Ulvenveien 89b
0581 Oslo

TeliaSonera OKR/C
TeliaSonera International Carrier
Östre Akers vej 18A
0581 Oslo

Alfabygget
Verizon Communications Inc.
Hans Møller Gasmansvei 9
0520 Oslo

Forskningsparken Oslo
SSC Networks Norge AS
Gaustadalléen 21
0349 Oslo

Webspesialisten
Webspesialisten AS
Industrigata
0356 Oslo

Rent a Rack
Rent a Rack AS
Ulvenveien 87
0581 Oslo

OSL1
Vault AS
Økernveien 121
0579 Oslo

Availo DCO
Availo AS
Sandakerveien 121
0404 Oslo

INTELLIT OSLO
INTELLIT
Gaustadaleen 21
0349 Oslo

Broadnet Colocation Oslo
Broadnet AS
0581 Oslo
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within close distance to Digiplex Ulven and Hans Møller Gasmannsvei 9.

DigiPlex Oslo III
Digiplex
0581 Oslo
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within Oslo.

Gigahost
GigaHost DA
Sandefjordsveien 2
3223 Sandefjord

DC1
TerraHost AS
Klinestadmoen 10
3241 Sandefjord

Broadnet Colocation Forus Stavanger
Broadnet AS
Fabrikkveien 8
4033 Stavanger

Green Mountain Data Center
Green Mountain Data Center
Hodneveien 260
4150 Rennesoy

Fjellhallen
Hatteland
Stokkastrandveien 110
5578 Nedre Vats

Nethome DataCenter 1
ITsjefen AS
Havnegata 9
7010 Trondheim

Nethome DataCenter 2
ITsjefen AS
Brattorkaia 17 b
7010 Trondheim

Broadnet Colocation Trondheim
Broadnet AS
Prinsens gate 39
7011 Trondheim

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