The first has already been completed and put into use in the city of Yancheng, in the eastern province of Jiangsu
China will build high-performance data processing centers in more than 10 cities and will form a high-speed network to improve the data processing capacity of the country. This was confirmed by members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
The first data center has already been completed and put into use in the city of Yancheng, in the eastern province of Jiangsu. The center has 1,000 processing and storage nodes and 30,000 processor cores. Given the high quality equipment, it is able to efficiently process 10 million video streams per second, while consuming only 750 kilowatts of power.
High-speed computing can support hundreds of billions of new terminals
High-throughput processing allows the use of many processing resources for long periods of time and this allows you to perform a computational activity. With high-speed computing, what could have taken weeks on a computer will now take only a few hours in the company’s cluster.
A report, confirming the validity of the project, has forecasted a ten-fold increase in global data volumes from 2016 to 2025. High-speed computing, with a strong data processing capacity, can support hundreds of billions of new terminals and a huge information processing. To confirm an authoritative source: Sun Ninghui, director of the institute.
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