Open Compute Foundation has certified Chayora data centres China.
The data centre, located to serve the Greater Beijing region in Tianjin, China, is one the first data centre in China to receive this OCP certification and demonstrates the exceptional build and international standards of operation, designed to suit the explosive demand for processing in the China market.
Chayora’s TJ1 facility has exceeded the guidelines created by the OCP Data Centre Facility Project Team and serves as a reference for data centre operators and tenants who want to understand the fundamental facility requirements to deploy OCP hardware into their IT space. Facilities that meet the OCP READY™ requirements and approved by the OCP Data Center Facilities Project receive the certification as an OCP Ready facility.
Chayora’s data centre is one of a kind, scalable from retail colocation to hyperscale and up to 25,000 racks with more than 300 MVA gross power available.
Offering ultra-low latency data transmission to Beijing’s Central Business District at <2ms per round trip, all data halls are designed to accommodate the high demand for smaller scale data storage requirements, including high density requirements with 30kVA/rack at a leading edge power usage effectiveness (PUE) of ≤1.2.
Cloud and carrier neutral, with guaranteed performance availability of the equipment infrastructure including redundant and dual-powered servers, storage, network links and other IT components and with China-leading security standards featuring six security zones and nine security layers, this facility really is leading the way.