GLP wins 2022 China IDC Quality Service Provider Award

GLP wins 2022 China IDC Quality Service Provider Award

Shanghai, 28 March 2023 - GLP announced that it has been awarded the “2022 China IDC Quality Service Provider Award” at the 17th China IDC Industry Annual Conference held in Beijing. The award recognizes GLP’s industry-leading technology, value-adding customer service and overall contribution towards advancing the data center industry in China.

2022 China IDC Award


Data centers have been at the forefront supporting technological innovations due to accelerating digital transformation and growing demand from internet and cloud service providers. In China, GLP has a dedicated team experienced in the design, development and construction as well as the operations of data centers using smart systems and technology. GLP’s one-stop platform provides value-add services throughout the entire asset lifecycle for customers with internet-based services, cloud computing, finance and more across both public and private sectors.

GLP data centers are equipped with GLP DC Base, a proprietary multi-data center smart operation and management system developed by GLP IDC. The system utilizes centralized control model, digital twin, and artificial intelligence technologies to monitor and manage data centers in real time to improve operational efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

As part of our commitment to sustainability throughout all phases of the asset lifecycle, GLP adopts multi-system prefabrication technology for data center construction. This prefabricated modular data center construction model allows data center providers to build up capacity in a more efficient and flexible way to shorten construction time. In addition, GLP data centers leverage synergies with GLP’s logistics real estate and renewable energy businesses to facilitate transition to smart and low-carbon operations.

GLP has been building its data center business since 2018. As one of China's leading independent data center operators today, GLP has plans to provide over 1,400 megawatts (MW) of capacity across Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, Yangtze River Delta, the Greater Bay Area and Central and Western China.