- MEDIA CENTER
Guian New Area in Southwest China's Guizhou province plans to optimize its information network infrastructure, the area's Big Data Bureau revealed on June 15.
Guian plans to attract more supersized data centers to the area, build a South China Data Center Base with a four-kilometer radius that will collect key national economic data, put more than four million servers into use, and expand the total outlet bandwidth to 30,000 Gbps.
In addition, Guian will accelerate the construction and application of its 5G infrastructure. According to the plan, Guian will construct 10,000 5G base stations to realize full coverage of 5G signal in the area.
Meanwhile, Guian will apply 5G technology in advanced manufacturing, intelligent government affairs, intelligent transportation, smart cities, intelligent medical services, and digital villages.
Guiyang will also open 300 Gbps of bandwidth to serve Guiyang Free Trade Zone, Guiyang High-tech Industrial Development Zone, Guiyang Economic and Technological Development Zone, and Guian Free Trade Zone, making Guian a core part of the national communication system.
By the end of May, Guian's 5G base stations had covered eight main roads, six housing estates, and 10 industrial parks.