TELEHOUSE Beijing BEZ - 1
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TELEHOUSE Beijing BEZ - 1 is located in the area Beijing, China, and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 22-06-2015.
A12 Jianguomenwai Ave
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Located in close proximity to both Beijing Capital International Airport and Tiananmen Square, Telehouse Beijing combines strategic location with the highest level of connectivity and excellence in customer service, 24/7, 365 days a year.
Telehouse Beijing has built its networks with Chinese telecommunication carriers such as China Telecom (CT), China Unicom (CU) and China Mobile (CM) to meet requirements of customers so that connections to various carriers can be made. Telehouse Beijing also offers a stable power supply, which is made possible by high-capacity generators and UPS, enabling the optimum environment for customers to set up their ICT facilities.
Telehouse Beijing offers choices between rack, cage and open collocation in one of China's most secure and reliable colocation sites with state-of-the-art power, cooling and connectivity provisions right in the middle of one of the world's most important metropolitan areas.
Location: Beijing China
Power Configuration: Two industrial power sources + UPS: 2N + Diesel Generator: N + 1
Cooling Configuration: 24-hour operation (redundant)
Security Systems: CCTV monitoring cameras, IC cards, security guards
Operation and Maintenance: 24 hours by KDDI China staff
Daytime: Japanese, Chinese, English
Nighttime: Chinese, English
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