The Inner Mongolia Information Park is owned by China Telecom Corporation Limited, which contains a cloud computing data center, call centers, a data warehouse, offices, and living quarters. Additionally, the data center secures over 50% market share in the Chinese data center market. China Telecom is one of the largest providers of integrated telecommunication services around the world.


The company was established in 2012, headquartered in Hong Kong, China, and now has a presence in 41 countries and regions. It offers a high-performing global network for international carriers, overseas customers, and multinational enterprises with the vast resource of 47 submarine cables, 95T in intercontinental capacity, and 230 points-of-presence (PoPs) spread worldwide. China Telecom provides a wide range of services, including a portfolio of high-quality, integrated communications solutions, broadband, internet data centers, multi-domestic MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), ICT services, global IoT connectivity service, and more.

With its size, cost, and features, it’s a symbol of China’s ambition to lead the world in cloud computing and big data. The Inner Mongolia Information Park has already attracted major clients such as IBM, HP, and Dell.

According to the Internet