IT Fornebu is an ambiguous attempt to build, more or less from scratch, a Norwegian IT-, knowledge- and innovation centre, with the overall objective to be a node in the national network, by amongst others providing support for entrepreneurial activity throughout the country, making the whole nation function as some sort of gigantic ICT-cluster, where "clustering functions" are established without the companies involved being in geographical proximity. This dissertation has several major findings. The most surprising discovery is that the Norwegian state-owned phone company Telenor's choice of Fornebu as the site for its new main office, has been vital for the idea about establishing an IT- and knowledge centre. From a theoretical perspective the most considerable finding is that "techno-economic paradigm"-concept of Carlota Perez and Christopher Freeman is not a coherent theory, mainly because of the weaknesses connected to the theoretical conceptions on which it allegedly is founded. What can be seen as a sensational detection, is that the "techno-economic paradigm"-concept promoted by Norsk Investorforum, the foundation behind IT Fornebu, is not identical to that of Carlota Perez, despite the claim that this is the case. Finally, it can be argued that the extremely intimate co-operational interaction between the political and the private actors advocating IT Fornebu, is emanating from a shared fundamental faith in information technology as a revolutionary and transforming power. A quite complex network of alliances between major actors in the Norwegian business- and political life has been revealed during the work with this thesis, and it could be implied that the establishment of IT Fornebu is a result of interaction between many parties, which through IT Fornebu did find a common means of accomplishing separate goals.