Tampnet Carrier and its parent company owns and operates submarine fibre optic cables between Norway, Denmark and Great Britain and is therefore the shortest and fastest route between Norway, Scandinavia, Europe and selected cities in the US. Tampnet Carrier is focused on fiber densification and the build-out of new unique, high performing routes in an area densely populated by vital Data Centers.


Tampnet International Carrier's business model is to rapidly grow our developed network and to focus on expanding into new, attractive and unique routes to provide the most optimal connectivity to our customers in Scandinavia, Europe and the USA. Our routes run through eight selected countries, and provide connectivity to 30 data centres around the world.


Tampnet International Carrier takes data security seriously. With the stringent security requirements in the oil and gas sector, we put equally stringent requirements on ourselves, in all our business areas. Through our own, unique high performing routes, we set our own standard, while we deliver a huge volumes of capacity, quicker than anyone else, while preserving quality and performance.


All our selected routes are high-capacity routes with unique low latency figures. Tampnet International Carrier provides unique, high- capacity Data Centre connectivity through our fast- growing modern managed network. In a region that is doubling its bandwith needs on a yearly basis, we have the largest amount of capacity in our operational areas, and can still scale massive volumes of data quicker than anyone else.

Tampnet International Carrier

Strategic Footprint

Tampnet's head office is in Stavanger, Norway and centrally located in Scandinavia – a region leading the global development of digitalisation, particularly in the offshore oil and gas industry. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland are among the top 10 countries in the IMD WORLD DIGITAL COMPETITIVENESS RANKING.

Norway is ranked as number two in the world in the “Technology” category and number 20 in “Digital Competitiveness”.