Recently, the first phase of China Telecom's Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Big Data Base successfully delivered power, and all the racks in the first phase of the 4 big data centers realized safe and stable operation.
China Telecom Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Big Data Base Phase I
On the same day, the last 2500 kVA transformer in the A6 data center of the base was successfully powered up. This marked the base’s new installation of 30 2000 kVA transformers, 2 630 kVA transformers, and 10 2500 kVA transformers. The first phase of the project has successfully delivered power. From the end of this month, the first phase of the data center will be able to provide services for the first batch of 87,000 servers in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei users.
China Telecom Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Big Data Base Construction Site
The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Big Data Base of China Telecom is located in Gaocun Science and Technology Innovation Park, Wuqing District, Tianjin. It is one of the important hub nodes in China Telecom's "2+4+31+X+O" layout. The base has an investment of 10.2 billion yuan, covers an area of 246 acres, and builds a total of 12 data centers, 3 power centers, and 1 production command and dispatch center.
The entire park is expected to complete civil construction and delivery by the end of 2022, which will meet the storage requirements of 50,000 racks and 1 million servers. After the completion of the project, it will provide powerful computing power for the development of the intelligent industry. Taking the four data centers in the first phase of the park as an example, the total computing power can reach 30TFLOPS/S (30 trillion floating point operations per second).
At this base, China Telecom vigorously promotes the application of new energy-saving technologies for data centers, using distributed lithium battery DPS (uninterruptible power supply), backplane air conditioning, indirect evaporative cooling and other technologies in stages. Take the distributed lithium battery DPS as an example. It uses lithium battery energy storage, which is lightweight and flexible, and can be deployed in a standard IDC racks on demand, effectively improving space utilization. At the same time, it can coordinate with the energy management system to achieve on-demand scheduling of power supply resources.
At the same time, the base is based on the construction of a "dual-carbon" data center, and actively explores the introduction of triple power supply and waste heat recovery technology. The PUE (power usage efficiency) value of the intelligent computing power center is expected to be reduced to less than 1.2, which is at the industry's leading level and is fully committed to realizing the Green and efficient development of data center.
According to ZHANG Zhigang, director of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Big Data Base Project Department of China Telecom: At present, the 4 data centers of the first phase of the base have been completed and successfully delivered power, and will be delivered to use at the end of this month. In addition, the construction of a total of 4 data centers in the third phase has been capped, and construction is being accelerated, and will be put into use soon.
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