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Fixed and mobile operator China Telecom broke ground today on its new cloud computing datacentre in China’s Guizhou Province in the southwest. When completed, the new facility will be one of the largest in the world.
In July this year the telco signed a framework agreement with the local government in a bid to build out the new cloud computing facility. The China Telecom Cloud Computing Guizhou Information Park will cover an area of approximately 33.3 hectares (330,000 m2) and is located near the provincial capital of Guiyang.
The project is expected to cost a total of 7bn yuan ($1.14bn USD). An initial investment of 4bn yuan will cover the first phase of the project, which is expected to include the build out of eight datacentres, one power generation centre, and two support centres.