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“0 carbon” value proposition to build a green and efficient digital base

Mountains of gold and silver are not as good as green water and green mountains. Against the backdrop of the sweeping tide of digitalization and the world’s active implementation of the mission of “carbon neutrality”, all walks of life urgently need a green and efficient digital base. By integrating the “zero carbon” DNA into the entire life cycle of ICT infrastructure from connection to computing, from construction to operation and maintenance, it will promote faster and better development of the digital economy and help achieve the “double carbon” goal.

With the large-scale application of emerging digital technologies such as 5G, cloud, and AI, and the introduction of policies such as “new infrastructure”, human society is accelerating towards the era of intelligence. Especially under the sudden new crown epidemic, the value of digitalization has been further highlighted. Digital services such as online office, online education, telemedicine, and cross-border e-commerce have played a positive role in supporting the effective operation of society and economic stabilization and recovery.

The ICT infrastructure represented by 5G networks and data centers has brought ubiquitous connection and timely and efficient processing to data, a new production factor, which is an important cornerstone for developing the digital economy and building an intelligent society. At the same time, the transmission and processing of the data of the Ganges River Sand Count has put forward higher requirements for ICT infrastructure, and many pain points such as high energy consumption, long construction period, and difficult operation and maintenance have also surfaced.

Since the development of human society, climate and environmental issues have become one of the biggest challenges. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) report noted that 2020 was one of the three warmest years on record, with global average temperatures 1.2°C above pre-industrial baselines, and highlighted issues such as rising sea levels, melting sea ice and extreme The acceleration of climate change indicators such as weather, and the worsening impact on socio-economic development.

In order to alleviate the pressure on the living environment and achieve green and sustainable development, all major economies in the world have committed to the goal of “carbon neutrality”. As a large energy consumer, ICT infrastructure bears the brunt of this “battle”.

It can be seen that the construction of a green and efficient digital base not only has significant commercial value, but also has great social significance, which can be said to be what everyone expects. Energy conservation and emission reduction is an unshirkable responsibility of the ICT industry, and technological innovation is the key to solving the problem.