Chayora Holdings’ Tianjin data centre campus has achieved OCP Ready status, as recognised by the Open Compute Project Foundation. The campus is the only data centre facility in China to achieve such recognition to date and shows that the facility meets OCP standards for cost and efficiency. The 32-hectare data centre campus delivers more than 300 MVA gross power, and smaller data storage requirements of up to 30kVA per rack, with a power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 1.2.
“Our commitment to the Open Compute Foundation is key to our forward-thinking strategy of bringing global standards of design and operation to China,” Oliver Jones, Co-founder and CEO of Chayora, said. “Through our OCP Ready status, we can demonstrate that we have earned objective assessment that our facilities provide cost and efficiency-optimized operation for our customers.”
The data centre campus is positioned to serve the growing areas of artificial intelligence, financial services, and high technology. The company recently created a virtual tour of the data centre through the Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset. Last year, the data centre campus received the Uptime Institute Tier III Certification of Design Documents, indicating that the data centre has been designed for optimal efficiency, reduced risk and cost and that it will meet the highest levels of infrastructure performance.