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Chinese datacentre company Chayora and Telstra International are teaming to offer co-location services and network connectivity on the Tianjin-Beijing corridor in China.

The Telstra Chayora facility in Beichen, pictured, is claimed to offer a high quality, scalable extension to Telstra’s existing nearby Tier III co-location facility in Tianjin, with up to 3000 racks of capacity available in Q3 of 2020. 

The entire Chayora campus will be served by a Telstra managed carrier neutral network with latency to the Beijing CBD campus, including the co-location facility served by a high-performance, low latency, carrier neutral network.

This will connect Telstra’s existing locations in Wuqing and Shanghai, providing high-performance connectivity, managed by Telstra, to Beijing.

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