China Data Center Committee (CDCC) is a standards and technology organization formed to promote national standards, develop technical white papers, conduct research on today's important topics while offering project consulting, market research and other related services, which serves the ultimate mission of increasing the level of standardization and generally promoting the overall progress of the data center market and technology.
The China Data Center Committee was established in March 2009, as a branch of the Information Communications Professional Committee of the China Association for Engineering Construction Standardization. Zhong Jinghua, Deputy Chief Engineer of China Electronics Engineering Design Institute (CEEDI), acts as the director of the China Data Center Committee. By October 2017, the CDCC has altogether more than 200 mumber enterprise organizations and nearly 100 experts.
By adhering to the goal of promoting the progress of standardization in the China data center industry, by means of the development of industrial technical standards, relying on writing members and senior experts as a foundation, leveraging the powerful platform of standards and technology organization, gathering the wisdom of technical professionals from data center engineering and construction firms, as well as from product manufacturers; the China Data Center Committee is determined to elevate the overall level of engineering and construction of the China data center industry.