Alibaba Zhangbei Cloud Computing Data Center Project Used Our Products
November 02, 2017
Alibaba Zhangbei cloud computing data center project is the first large-scale data project that Alibaba buys land, builds its own computer lab and supporting facilities and runs its own operations. The project plans to invest 18b Yuan in Zhangbei and is in floor area of 600 mu and building capacity of 100,000 servers. It is one of the important bases for Alibaba to deploy large-scale cloud computing service infrastructures in Zhangbei. Upon completion, the project will serve the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Cloud computing industry. The adoption of reactive generator device by Alibaba Zhangbei cloud computing data center project once again embodied the brand influence of Tysen-KLD in the power automation industry.
The Alibaba Zhangbei cloud computing data center project is led by Alibaba. The layout of its construction uses "one point and three centers", namely one Ali demonstration point, and three backup data centers: Ali Zhangbei Cloud Data Center, Ali Zhangbei Data Port Data Center and Ali Zhongdu Prairie Data center.
The data center operates 100% based on green energy, and the building exterior is covered with solar panels, while using natural air cooling and natural water cooling system. The green energy can be locally transformed into computing resources for global use, and will explore new thinking for the use of green energy and improve the efficiency of the industrial chain.
The project uses our SVG, which can realize full power and continuous compensation, and the transformer transmits most active powers required by loads. Consequently, the apparent power of the entire substation system is greatly lowered, and the installed capacity of the power distribution system can be reduced, thereby lowering the base tariffs. The energy-saving effect is significant with consumption reduced by up to 4%-15%, so that significant economic benefits are reaped.
Alibaba Group founded in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province in 1999 and headed by Jack Ma, believed that the Internet could create level playing field in which small businesses could expand their businesses through innovation and technology and be more advantageous to their participation in the domestic or global market competition. The group operations include: www.taobao.com, tmall.com, Juhuasuan.com, AliExpress, www.alibaba.com, 1688, Alimama, Alibaba Cloud, Ant Financial, and Cainiao. On September 19, 2014, the Alibaba Group was officially listed on the New York Stock Exchange. On April 6, 2016, Alibaba officially announced that it had become the world's largest retail trading platform. In August 2016, Alibaba Group announced its ranking of No.148 in the Top 500 Chinese Enterprises. In 2017, Alibaba was in total revenue of 158.273b Yuan, and net profit of 57.871b Yuan.