GDS is a leading developer and operator of high-performance data centres in China, with a 16-year track record in colocation and managed services. GDS is now serving over 400 customers, comprising predominantly of large Internet and Cloud Service Providers, Financial Institutions, Telecommunications, IT Service Providers, and Large Domestic Private Sector and Multi-National Corporations. GDS' facilities are strategically located in China's primary economic hubs, covering area in service over 71,000 sqm, and area under construction over 38,000 sqm. To learn more, visit GDS here.
Beijing, as one of the biggest international metropolis in the world, houses headquarters of major domestic enterprises as well as bureaus of MNCs. GDS currently owns one self-built data centre here, strategically located in Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area and is close to the headquarters and key operation centres of many large enterprises, providing convenient access for customers.
Shanghai is one of the international financial centres of the world, housing both domestic and international enterprises. GDS owns the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone Data Centre Cluster with three data centres located in China Pilot Free-Trade Zone, in close proximity to Lujiazui Finance & Trade Zone in Pudong as well as Shanghai Stock Exchange. With Shanghai as a central location and Kunshan as back-up, GDS provides a unique dual-location data centre layout to offer reliable and secure services to customers in East China.
Kunshan locates in the south of Jiangsu and the north of Shanghai. Based on its unique geographical location, Kunshan is the link between Shanghai and Jiangsu Province. GDS has a data centre here in service, as a back-up for GDS data centre clusters in Great Shanghai Area.
Guangzhou is an economic and cultural hub of South China and also the third largest city of China. All leading internet companies, financial institutions, large enterprises and multinational corporations have set up their bureaus here. GDS has a data centre here in service to share the strategic location benefits of South China economic markets with data centres in Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
Located in the centre of Pearl River Delta and next to Hong Kong, Shenzhen is the window and the front field ever since the reform and opening-up policies were implemented in China. Shenzhen is the financial, manufactural and trade centre of South China. GDS has 3 data centres here in service in Shenzhen Futian Free Trade Zone, in close proximity to Futian central business centre and Hong Kong, efficient in meeting customers’ demands of large-scale and high-performance data centres.
Chengdu is the economic and cultural hub of Southwest China. With many technological and financial enterprises, Chengdu drives the economic development of southwest area. GDS has a data centre here located in Chengdu High-tech Industry West Park, the largest commercial hub in Southwest China, performing as a critical back-up data centre for other facilities located in Beijing, Shanghai, Kunshan and the Pearl River Delta region.