Today, the reporter learned from the Liangjiang New District Cloud Computing Company that the Phase I project of China Telecom Cloud Computing Chongqing Base, located in the Water and Soil High-tech Park, is expected to be completed and put into operation on August 30th.
At present, the project is in the process of installing and commissioning the power and weak system, HVAC system, fire protection system and computer room module of the data center. After the project is put into operation, it will provide the operational capacity of 1000 cabinets. In addition, the first phase of the China Mobile (Chongqing) Data Center, another major communications operator, will be completed and put into operation on September 30 this year.
China Telecom Cloud Computing Chongqing Base Phase I Project
It is understood that the project has more than 50,000 square meters of data center computer room and The production auxiliary building and power supply building have been basically completed. The water-cooled air-conditioning system, generator support system, electrical system, intelligent system, fire-fighting system, dynamic-loop monitoring system, communication transmission, and data equipment have been basically installed, and system debugging is underway. According to the relevant person in charge, the first phase of China Mobile (Chongqing) Data Center has the operational capacity of providing 2,000 cabinets with a total investment of more than 10 billion yuan. It will improve the electronic information core industry system of Liangjiang International Cloud Computing Center and promote the cloud computing industry in Chongqing. The layout, accelerating industrial upgrading, and accelerating the integration of informationization and industrialization will play a major role in promoting.
With the completion of the first phase of China Telecom Data Center and the first phase of China Mobile (Chongqing) Data Center, and the China Unicom Southwest Data Center, which was previously used first. The water and soil cloud computing industrial park has gradually formed a three-legged situation in which the leading operators of communication operators.
According to the relevant person in charge, China Unicom Southwest Data Center, which is mainly engaged in high-end data centers, national shared disaster recovery centers and cloud computing service centers, has been put into operation as early as February 2014. Currently, the data center has installed 1,700 cabinets and can accommodate 17,000 servers. At present, the second phase of construction has completed the flat.
China Mobile (Chongqing) Data Center
It is reported that in addition to China Unicom, China Telecom and China Mobile, the wave ( Chongqing) cloud computing center project, Tencent cloud computing data center project is stepping up construction, Chongqing Broadcasting and Television Data Center plans to start construction within the year, according to the plan, after the completion of the data center enterprises in the Liangjiang Cloud Computing Industrial Park, it can form a support of 300,000 to 350,000 units. The scale of server operations is expected to bring the output value of cloud computing big data industry to about 15 billion yuan.
Starting from scratch, aiming at the core software and information services industries such as cloud computing, big data, and the Internet, Liangjiang New District has introduced more than 30 billion yuan of investment. With the landing of the three major telecom operators, and the cloud infrastructure projects such as Tencent, Inspur, Pacific Telecom and Fiji, the cloud computing industry cluster has basically taken shape.
In addition to attracting leading companies to settle in, Liangjiang New Area is also actively building a cloud service platform. At present, Chongqing Cloud Computing Company of the park has obtained 7 telecom value-added service licenses. According to the plan, after the completion of the cloud computing industrial park with a total area of 11.4 square kilometers, it is expected to become a gathering place for high-end industries of cloud computing big data, forming an “international information port” and a western communication hub supported by cloud computing.
(Reporter Shen Linna correspondent Liu Deliang)