360-degree capture of athletes’ movements, invisible fouls under ultra-high-speed cameras, bullet-like special effects, 4K and even 8K ultra-high-definition images… With the support of digital technology, the Beijing Winter Olympics will be enjoyed by more than 2 billion people around the world an audio-visual feast. A series of digital technologies have shown that the total amount of
data in China is constantly rising. According to the forecast of the International Data Center (IDC), by 2025, China will generate about 27% of the world’s data, with nearly 48ZB (about 10 trillion bytes). The huge amount of data promotes the continuous growth of China’s GDP, but also poses new challenges to the development of China’s data centers and the improvement of computing power. Based on this, this year’s government work report proposed the implementation of the ‘East-to-West Computing’project.
The implementation of the ‘East-to-West Computing’ project can promote the balance of supply and demand of data centers, rational layout, green and intensive between developed cities and developing cities in China. Adequate clean energy security and low-cost electricity price support, relatively low land supply costs and cool climate in the western region are the basis for the development of data centers in the western region and reliving the huge demand for computing power in the east, which will improve the country’s overall computing power level, promote green development, expand effective investment, and promote coordinated regional development. At the same time, promoting the development of China’s digital economy, unleashing the potential of data elements, better empowering economic development and enriching people’s lives have become the main issues that the government should be currently dealing with.
How to release the potential of data, give full play to the potential of data and make it the biggest driving force for the development of the national economy? This is obviously inseparable from a strong computing power system as a support. Efficiently increasing computing power, efficient cooling of the data center becomes the key! One of the concepts of the ‘East-to-West Computing’ project is to reduce the energy consumption of the cooling system. The cooling scheme under different climates is an important basis for the ‘East-to-West Computing’, and the cooling industry related to data centers will also face to a new opportunity. As one of the leading companies in cooling systems, Coolnet has launched three types of precision air conditioners which are Cool-smart, Cool-row and CyberMaster, for different types of computer rooms according to the different needs of the regional hub data centers for PUE. They can help data center equipment cool more efficiently, ensure the smooth operation of equipment, reduce enterprise energy consumption, and promote the green and intensive development of enterprises.
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