Huawei has brought phase one of its Gui’an cloud data centre online in Guizhou province, China.
The phase one construction area is approximately 480,000 sq m (five million sq ft), divided into three sub-areas. All 51 buildings in phase one have been completed, with nine being used as data centres and the rest as auxiliary facilities. Construction began in August 2017, and has capacity for more than one million servers. It will power Huawei Cloud, Huawei Process IT, and Consumer Cloud services. The company said the facility will have a PUE of 1.12; as well as natural cooling it is reoprtedly connected to a district heating system.
Huawei Cloud has five major data centres in China in Gui’an, Ulanqab, the Jingjinji Metropolitan Region, the Yangtze Delta, and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay area.