Wednesday, 20 September 2017

China Unicom Beijing unveils China's first warehouse micro-modular IDC

A Knowledge Network Article: Huawei Technologies
Thursday 04 September 14

China Unicom Beijing (hereinafter referred to as Beijing Unicom below) has reconstructed its two unused warehouses in Huangcun, Beijing, with a total area of 5600 square meters, into an Internet data center (IDC) using a warehouse micro-modular IDC solution. It is the first warehouse micro-modular IDC project in China. This project reuses idle assets to improve asset utilization and rapidly complete IDC deployment using on-demand planning, component prefabrication, and field assembling, helping Beijing Unicom seize market opportunities. The new IDC contributes to 50% of China Unicom Group's IDC business revenue. Beijing Unicom is planning its phase-2 IDC project, which will be composed of two equipment rooms covering a total area of 37,000 square meters. This new warehouse data center design won the "Innovation in Medium Data Center" award of Data Center Dynamics (DCD), which is considered as the "Oscar" in the data center industry. Cutting…

China Unicom Beijing (hereinafter referred to as Beijing Unicom below) has reconstructed its two unused warehouses in Huangcun, Beijing, with a total area of 5600 square meters, into an Internet data center (IDC) using a warehouse micro-modular IDC solution. It is the first warehouse micro-modular IDC project in China. This project reuses idle assets to improve asset utilization and rapidly complete IDC deployment using on-demand planning, component prefabrication, and field assembling, helping Beijing Unicom seize market opportunities. The new IDC contributes to 50% of China Unicom Group's IDC business revenue. Beijing Unicom is planning its phase-2 IDC project, which will be composed of two equipment rooms covering a total area of 37,000 square meters. This new warehouse data center design won the "Innovation in Medium Data Center" award of Data Center Dynamics (DCD), which is considered as the "Oscar" in the data center industry. Cutting…

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