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Chinadata Group: Operating 15 Super-Large Data Center Parks in China

On August 26, Chinadata Group, an operator of ultra-large-scale computing infrastructure solutions, released its second-quarter financial report as of June 30, 2021. The report shows that as of June 30, 2021, Chinadata Group has operated 15 ultra-large-scale data center parks in China, with a total IT capacity of 361MW; In addition, a total of 9 ultra-large-scale data center parks are under construction, with an IT capacity of 217MW under construction.


Chinadata Group has continued to strengthen its ultra-large-scale layout in the strategic core areas of “East Data and Western Computing”, and assisted the collaborative innovation of the national computing power network system. In the second quarter, among the 87 IT MW newly under construction, 57 IT MW will be built in the surrounding areas near Bejing and 30 IT MW will be built in the Yangtze River Delta region. As of June 30, 2021, the total IT capacity of the two regions (including operation and under construction) totals 462MW, of which 395MW is in the surrounding areas of Beijing and 67MW in the Yangtze River Delta region, realizing the development of regional digital infrastructure clusters.


In May 2021, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Central Cyberspace Administration of China, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), and the National Energy Administration jointly issued the "National Integrated Big Data Center Collaborative Innovation System Computing Hub Implementation Plan.", and it is clearly proposed to lay out the national hub nodes of the national computing power network, start the implementation of the "Eastern Data and Western Computing" project, and build a national computing power network system. In Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, Yangtze River Delta and other places, we will deploy and build national hub nodes of the national integrated computing power network, develop data center clusters, and guide the intensive, large-scale, and green development of data centers.


Chinadata Group has focused its layout in Datong City, Shanxi Province, Zhangjiakou City, Hebei, Province, and other cities to centralize, standardize and develop data center clusters. Relying on the abundant local renewable energy resources, it effectively met the needs of Beijing, realized the computing power zero-carbon transformation, promoted the coordinated development of regional computing power, actively practiced cross-regional and cross-level computing resource coordination, and supported frequent real-time interactive business needs and massive-scale data processing, such as multi-category artificial intelligence, video calls,


Chinadata Group stated that it will continue to adhere to core capacity building such as greenfield development, integrated energy services, and white-box intelligent equipment manufacturing. The scale of high-value infrastructure that can be delivered quickly, maintains rapid growth, and continues to help customers achieve rapid business expansion and zero-carbon transformation in the pan-Asian region.

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