Hohhot strives to be a leading hub for the digital economy
An aerial view of Horinger New Area in Hohhot. [Photo/Hohhot news network]
Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, is rapidly embracing the digital era and positioning itself as a leading hub for the digital economy.
Leveraging its advantages, such as international internet data channel and national-level internet backbone node city, it has been actively developing an industrial cluster focused on electronic information technology, emphasizing big data and cloud computing.
The China Mobile Hohhot Data Center. [Photo/Hohhot news network]
Hohhot has made significant progress in its digital transformation efforts in recent years. The city has attracted several high-profile companies and startups in digital technology, creating a vibrant ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship.
As of the beginning of 2023, the PUE design value of the power utilization efficiency of the data centers in Horinger New Area reached a minimum of 1.18, and the measured value reached a minimum of 1.19, ranking the new area in the forefront in energy efficiency among the eight central computing power hub nodes in the country.
The new area also deeply promotes the supply of green energy. During the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25), it is planned to develop 5.2 million kilowatts of wind power resources and 1.2 million kW of photovoltaic power generation.
Hohhot, with its strategic location, favorable policies, and advanced infrastructure, has the potential to emerge as a significant player in the digital economy. Its commitment to innovation, sustainability, and technological progress bodes well for its future growth and development. As the city strives to become more modern and environmentally friendly, it is poised to draw more investments and establish itself as a dynamic center for the digital economy in the years ahead.
The Horinger Intelligent Manufacturing Industrial Park. [Photo/Hohhot news network]