China Telecom: Guangzhou Tianhe Aircraft Building IDC Data Center
China Telecom Guangzhou Tianhe Aircraft Building IDC Data Center is located at Guang Zhou Qu Chen Shi Shi Pin Yin Liao You Xian Gong Si Guang Zhou Zheng Liu Shui Jing Ying Bu, Everbright Bank Mansion (Tianhe North Road), Tianhe North Road, Tian He Gong Yuan, Tianhe Qu, Guangzhou, Guangdong Sheng, China. The gross building size for this location has not been provided. The gross colocation space is not available for this data center. No power information has been offered for this location. We found 31 data center locations within 50 miles of this facility. No certifications are specified for this location.
China Telecom has an extensive global IDC network with more than 400 IDCs located in prime areas in Mainland China and in key overseas markets. Our network includes 20 Tier-IV and more than 90 Tier-III IDCs connected to a reliable and wide range of global private and public data circuits. With comprehensive security measures and one-stop enterprise-grade service platform supported by a dedicated service team, customers enjoy secured, reliable and scalable data storage solutions. China Telecom’s worldwide Internet Data Centers (IDCs) provide highly available, secure hosting services that allow enterprises to avoid the cost, complexity and time required to build and manage their own facilities. Additional managed services such as website hosting and disaster recovery services make China Telecom’s team an extension of yours, assuring that employees, customers, and partners can utilize Internet applications as intended.
99.99% facility uptime service level agreement (SLA). International certifications for facility management and 24/7 technical support.
China Telecom has established “green” data center policies to be mindful of energy consumption, and to that end, utilizes virtualization and cloud computing technologies across our IDCs.
State-of-the-art security measures with 24x7 CCTV monitoring and bio-authentication security system.
N+1 redundancy for UPS, generators, power distribution, cooling security, and network resilience systems.