Fujitsu opens data center in China


Fujitsu has launched its first data center in China which the Japanese IT service provider says will help its customers in Asia "reduce pressure on system application" and also acts as backup for some of its customers' Japan-based systems.

Located in the Guangdong High-Tech Service Zone for Financial Institutions, the Fujitsu South China Data Centre is the first Tier 3-plus data center in southern China, said Fujitsu in a statement Wednesday. The facility spans a gross area of 12,200 square meters and was built using earthquake-resistant steel and concrete, with one subterranean floor and four above-ground levels. The overall area of the building is over 12,000 square meters and can house 1,000 servers in full operation, said the company.
The facility will offer Fujitsu's customers co-location and hosting services, managed services, project services and vendor management services, and provide emergency backup and data restoration services for some of its customers' Japan-based systems.
Fujitsu added that the data center has the same level of security and reliability as its other global data centers. It added that the facility has a power supply reliability rate of 99.999 percent, a Diesel Rotary UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) which needs 1.5 seconds to start up fully as well as connection to multiple network operators to eliminate the risk of network break.
Nanhai People's Government of Foshan and Fujitsu are the investors of the facility, which will be managed and operated by Fujitsu South China Technology Services.


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