Chayora, an investor, developer and operator of data centre campuses in China, has started its first hyperscale data centre.
The new data centre service offers capacity scalable from single racks up to 25,000 racks — accessing over 300 MVA power available to serve the largest hyperscale requirements on its Chayora Campus.
Chayora’s 32-hectare/ 80-acre campus, equivalent to 61 standard football fields, is one of the biggest data centre campuses in the world. It is strategically located at the heart of Northern China in the Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Tri-state Region. It caters to the growing focuses on artificial intelligence, financial services and high technology sectors.
The Tier III standard colocation facility was developed to address the demanding data centre requirements of both international companies operating in China and premium domestic companies and to address the shortage of world-class facilities in the Greater Beijing area.
The Chayora facility has just been confirmed as the first OCP Ready data centre in China and will shortly be accredited as an Uptime Institute Tier III Certification of Constructed Facility, underscoring its construction and design.