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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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End of an era

Published: Friday 2007-11-09.

Today is the end of an era, today was the last day that a Tandberg company operated in the office at Kjelsås in Oslo. After over fifty years on the spot—the factory was built in 1951, according to Wikipedia—Tandberg Data is now leaving the location. The sister company Tandberg Storage moved out earlier this summer, but now also the last one is out.

[Tandberg Data’s offices at Kjelsås, without the big logotype sign]
The sign is gone!

Despite only having been at Tandberg for just over a month it feels weird to leave the place, it is always weird knowing that you are not coming back to somewhere, at least not in the way it looked when you were there.

On Monday Tandberg Data is moving in to new offices at Hasle, and then a new era starts. I am there.

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