Data centre operator Chayora has partnered with Beijing Sinnet Technology,with the aim of delivering advanced network connectivity and retail colocation services on its Hyperscale Data Centre Campus in Tianjin,north-eastern China.
Sinnet has also exposed plans to use the Chayora 300 MW hyperscale campus as a location for its retail colocation expansion in Beichen,northern Tianjin to support the wider Beijing region.
Oliver Jones,CEO of Chayora said:“Through our new strategic partnership with Sinnet,we plan to collaborate initially in Tianjin to serve the greater Beijing area in order to fulfil the needs of a series of specific international and premium domestic high growth,hyperscale data centre users requiring world-class standards,high quality network connectivity and scalable power in the greater Beijing area.
“Being able to extend our service scope into both retail colocation services and provide cloud licence services with Sinnet is an important step in Chayora enabling access for international cloud,technology and colocation companies to China as the world’s largest online market,”he added.
This new partnership between Chayora and Sinnet will see the latter occupying data halls in the recently completed Chayora TJ1 facility.The performance and cost management of network solutions between existing Sinnet data centres and the Chayora campus will be a feature of the partnership.
“Sinnet in collaboration with Chayora will immediately be able to offer retail colocation services to data centre users seeking international standard facilities within the wider Beijing region taking advantage of the key benefits of Tianjin,”said Yang Yuhang,CEO of Beijing Sinnet Technology.
“Sinnet will also deliver high bandwidth,economically advantageous network solutions between Chayora’s Tianjin campus and Sinnet’s Jiuxianqiao Beijing hub location and other locations to satisfy the requirements of hyperscale cloud customers.”
At the beginning on the month,it was reported that Chayora had built the first of nine data centre facilities on its 300MW 80-acre hyperscale data centre campus in Beichen,northern Tianjin,as part of a$2bn data centre building strategy in China.