Chayora completes first facility of hyperscale data centre campus in Tianjin

Thursday 10 January 2019 | 16:36 CET | News
Chayora, the Hong Kong-based data centre infrastructure company, said it completed the first phase of its TJ1 Data Centre at its 300MW hyperscale campus in Beichen, northern Tianjin. The start of operations follows the successful completion of all primary infrastructure, building, support facilities and a first data hall for customer use.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Chayora
Countries: China
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