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China Telecom has invested 17.5bn yuan (£1.8bn) in its Inner Mongolia Information Park

China Telecom on Wendesday announced the opening of a cloud computing datacentre in Inner Mongolia, close to Beijing, as part of a 17.5bn yuan (£1.8bn) investment in the technology.

China Telecom’s Inner Mongolia Information Park consists of a cloud computing datacentre, call centres, warehouses, offices and living quarters for staff.

The new information park is part of the first cloud computing base in the Inner Mongolia region and is one of six cloud computing datacentre projects being developed in the region by China’s three telecoms providers, including China Mobile’s Hohhot datacentre and China Unicom’s Northwest datacentre.

China Telecom has invested 17.5bn yuan (£1.8bn) in its Inner Mongolia Information Park. Cumulatively the operators are investing over 40bn yuan into the 25 square kilometres cloud computing hub.

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