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第一章 总 则


Article 1 The name of the Alliance is the Green Computing Industry Alliance, and the English name is "Green Computing"Consortium", abbreviated as "GCC".


Article 2 The Alliance is provided by all parties in the industrial chain, including technology, on the basis of voluntariness, equality, mutual benefit and cooperation Voluntary, non-profit social organizations such as manufacturers, system integrators and enterprise users.


Article 3 The purpose of the Alliance: to comply with national laws, regulations and policies, to comply with the information technology of software open source and hardware openness The development trend of technology, bringing together the superior resources of the global industrial chain, based on open technologies such as ARM computing chip technology, is the final Enterprise users provide green energy-saving products that are easier to use and manage.


Article 4 The Union shall accept the guidance and supervision of the competent departments and relevant departments. The guiding unit of the Alliance is the Chinese people Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the Republic.

第二章 业务范围

Chapter II Business Scope Article 5 The business scope of the Alliance includes, but is not limited to:


(1) Carry out relevant work on the needs of green computing applications, summarize industry information, and analyze different green computing applications The scenario sorts out the key needs of the industry and outputs the green computing technology architecture;


(2) Carry out work related to green computing technology and standards, and promote industry enterprise users, software manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, Chip manufacturers and others reached an agreement to improve the technical system and framework, form alliance standards, and promote the technical shape of the industry Synergy;


(3) Carry out the development of green computing equipment and software products, build an industrial ecology, and release green computing solutions for the industry to cultivate an innovation environment, promote joint innovation and cooperation, and enhance the supply capacity of green computing products;


(4) Carry out green computing compliance testing and verification, and promote the formulation of relevant test specifications such as product interconnection and certification. Test sample communication, testing and certification cooperation of various manufacturers, and promotion of testing activities to promote the green computing industry maturity and development;


(5) Carry out green computing market promotion, promote the alliance to form a synergy in market expansion and brand promotion, through the common market Marketing activities promote the value of green computing, enhance the attention of the industry, and promote the development of the industry market space. from Starting from the development trend of green computing technology and the development status of industrial development, it is applied in technology evolution, industrial chain cultivation and market At different stages of development, the green computing industry development research report and policy measures are proposed, which are carried out by the competent authorities Provide reference and support for industry management;


(6) Carry out the cultivation of green computing talents, use the alliance system and the close integration of industry, education and research, and conduct research in green computing technology In training and education, joint universities, scientific research institutions and manufacturers jointly invest to cultivate talents and send them to the industry.


(7) Promote the construction of a green computing open source ecosystem, promote open source community operations, open source project development, and open source technical support The promotion of open source solutions provides a complete open source community governance system for building a green computing industry ecology. 



第三章 会 员


Article 6 the members of the alliance adopt the unit membership system, and the members are divided into four categories: Platinum members, Gold members, Silver members and ordinary members. Ordinary members are divided into academic ordinary members and user ordinary members. Universities, scientific research institutions and other companies, institutions and legal persons approved by the Council of the alliance may apply to become ordinary members of the academic category. The maximum number of Platinum members is 8. If there is a vacancy in the number of Platinum members and the number of vacant Platinum members is less than the number of application units of Platinum members, the new Platinum members shall be elected by the Council by a majority. Only the legal entity signing the membership agreement of the alliance and its affiliates can enjoy the membership rights owned by the alliance member, and the member and its affiliates shall be regarded as the same member. For the purpose of the articles of Association (except arm Limited), "related party" refers to any entity controlled, controlled or jointly controlled by either party now or in the future. These entities belong to related parties only when control exists. "Control" (including "under its control" and "jointly controlled with it") refers to the ability to directly or indirectly own at least 50% of the voting shares or securities (or other ownership interests in partnerships and joint ventures) of an entity, or to determine or influence the operating policies of the entity, whether through the ownership of voting shares Protocol control or other means. For arm limited, "related party" refers to any company that directly or indirectly owns or controls more than half of the voting rights now or in the future. Such entities belong to related parties only when such control exists.


Article 7 members applying to join the alliance must meet the following conditions:

(I)Willingness to join the alliance;

(II)Abide by the articles of association and relevant management regulations and implement the resolutions of the alliance;

(III)Has or can have an important impact in the business (industry, discipline) field of the alliance;

(IV)Fulfill member obligations, pay membership dues on time and actively participate in activities.


Article 8 membership procedures are as follows:

(I)Submit an application for membership to the Secretariat;

(II)Discussed and adopted by the Council;

(III)The League shall issue a notice of approval for membership;

(IV)Membership cards are issued by the Council or an agency authorized by the Council.


Article 9 Platinum members of the alliance enjoy the following rights:

(I)Each platinum member has the right to appoint one director in accordance with Article 23 of the articles of association of the league; The director may participate in the Council of the league;

(II)Enjoy the platinum member level technical support, certification testing and marketing services provided by the alliance.


Article 10 Gold members of the alliance enjoy the following rights:

(I)All gold members have the right to jointly appoint a certain number of directors in accordance with Article 23 of the articles of association of the alliance;

(II)Nominate one representative to participate in the election of directors jointly designated by the gold members;

(III)Enjoy the gold member level technical support, certification testing and marketing services provided by the alliance.


Article 11 Silver members of the alliance enjoy the following rights:

(I)All Silver members have the right to jointly appoint one director in accordance with Article 23 of the articles of association of the alliance;

(II)Nominate one representative to participate in the election of directors jointly designated by Silver members;

(III)Enjoy the silver member level technical support, certification testing and marketing services provided by the alliance.


Article 12 ordinary members of the alliance enjoy the following rights:

(I)All academic ordinary members have the right to jointly appoint one director in accordance with Article 23 of the articles of association of the league;

(II)Academic ordinary members may nominate one representative to participate in the election of directors jointly designated by the above academic ordinary members; Ordinary user members have no right to nominate representatives to participate in the election of directors;

(III)Ordinary members have the opportunity to provide services by the alliance.


Article 13 members shall perform the following obligations:

(I)Abide by the articles of association and implement the resolutions of the alliance;

(II)Actively participate in the activities of the alliance, take the initiative to undertake and complete the work of the alliance;

(III)Members are obliged to assign corresponding human resources at all levels to participate in the relevant working groups established by the alliance, and the specific provisions shall prevail over the subsequent relevant provisions of the alliance;

(IV)Strive to maintain the internal unity of the alliance, attract more industry partners to join the alliance, avoid vicious competition among alliance members, and jointly maintain the overall image and good reputation of the alliance;

(V)Keep the secrets of the alliance and the technical and commercial secrets of other members of the alliance;

(VI)Appoint a special person to contact the Secretariat of the alliance in order to carry out daily work;

(VII)Pay the annual fee corresponding to the membership level to the alliance in full and on time (except for academic ordinary members, who are not obliged to pay membership fees).


Article 14 when withdrawing from the meeting, members shall submit written documents to the alliance Secretariat 30 days in advance, destroy all confidential documents and materials obtained from the alliance, and return all tangible assets borrowed from the alliance. The tangible and intangible assets contributed by members to the alliance during the alliance period can not be returned if they belong to members according to the provisions of the alliance. After withdrawing from the alliance, members shall continue to bear the obligation of confidentiality.


Article 15 If a member has one of the following facts, the member of the alliance can be removed from the alliance with the vote of the Council and notified at the next general meeting:

(I)The member seriously violates the articles of association or work regulations of the alliance and seriously hinders the normal work of the alliance;

(II)The member fails to pay the annual fee on time, or fails to participate in any meeting or activity of the Alliance for a consecutive year, and has not taken remedial measures after being reminded by the Secretariat of the alliance;

(III)The member seriously violates the confidentiality agreement or causes damage to the alliance or other members of the alliance;

(IV)The member maliciously damaged the reputation of the alliance.


Article 16 within 30 days after the board voted for delisting, the delisted member may file a complaint, and after deliberation by the board, the member status can be restored or the delisting resolution can be maintained, which shall be notified at the next plenary meeting.


Article 17 the membership of the members of the alliance is non transferable. If a member of the alliance is acquired or merged by a third party, the member of the alliance may transfer the membership to the successor under the condition that the successor obtains the approval of the Council and the successor agrees to abide by the articles of association of the alliance and other policy documents adopted by the Council, including intellectual property policies.



第四章 组织机构和负责人产生、罢免

Article 18 the alliance accepts the guidance of the Strategic Advisory Committee. The organizational structure of the alliance is divided into general assembly, Strategic Advisory Committee, Council, technical committee and working group. The Council has a secretariat.
The highest authority of the alliance is the general assembly, whose functions and powers are:


(1) Formulate, review and amend the articles of Association;

(2) Review the alliance's development plan and work policy;

(3) Consideration of the report of the Council on its work;

(4) Decide on the change and termination of the alliance;

(5) Decide other major matters.


Article 19 the general meeting can be held only when more than two-thirds (including) of the members (or member representatives) are present. Written notice of each general meeting shall be given to all members at least 30 days before the meeting. The notice of the meeting shall specify the place, date and time of the meeting, as well as other contents required by law. The meeting notice shall describe the purpose of the meeting and the available sources (if appropriate) so that members can obtain more relevant information. The proposed agenda and topics of the meeting shall be provided to members before the meeting is held. In principle, the general meeting shall be held once a year on the specific date and time announced by the Council. The secretary general, directors or other conveners of the meeting shall be responsible for sending the meeting notice. The meeting notice shall be delivered or provided to the address recorded by each member in the account book of the alliance or the address provided by the member to the Alliance for receiving such notice by hand, letter and other written means (including electronic means). The notice of the meeting shall be deemed to have been served when it is delivered in person, delivered by letter in the mailbox, or sent by other means of communication, including electronic means. According to the decision of the Council, the general meeting may be held in person, teleconference, video conference or other ways. If necessary, the Council may decide to convene an extraordinary general meeting by vote. The resolution of the General Assembly shall not come into force until it is passed by more than 2 / 3 (inclusive) of all members. Members can appoint their employees (or employees of related parties) as authorized representatives to attend the general meeting and extraordinary general meeting.


Article 20 as an advisory organization, the Strategy Advisory Committee is composed of industry experts to provide development strategy advisory suggestions to the Council.

The members of the Strategic Advisory Committee are well-known experts in the industry, invited by the alliance to join, and a chairman is established. In principle, there is no limit on the number of members of the Strategic Advisory Committee; In case of special  circumstances, the number limit can be set after discussion and formal voting by the Council.

The Secretariat of the alliance is responsible for the organization and implementation of the daily activities of the Strategic Advisory Committee.


Article 21 the chairman of the Strategic Advisory Committee shall exercise the following functions and powers:

 (I)Convene and preside over the regular and interim meetings of the Strategic Advisory Committee;

(II)Provide strategic guidance and recommendations to the Council and the working group.

If the chairman of the Strategic Advisory Committee is unable to exercise his functions and powers, he may entrust a member to exercise the functions and powers of the chairman on his behalf.


Article 22 the Council is the executive body of the general assembly, which leads the league in its daily work and is responsible to the general assembly. The Council has one chairman and one to three vice chairmen. The candidates for the chairman are nominated by the Council and finally elected by the Council. The term of office is two years and can be re elected. The Vice President shall be appointed by the president from among the directors. The president leads the alliance to formulate and implement strategies.


Article 23 the composition rules of the Council are as follows:

(1) The initial members of the Council shall be up to 9 directors. After the first Council is held, the number of members of the Council can be increased with the consent of the Council, but the maximum number is 15. The term of office of the directors is 2 years and they can be re elected;

(2) The members of the Council shall be elected according to the following rules:

Each platinum member shall appoint one director;

All gold members can jointly appoint a certain number of directors (the number is less than or equal to the number of gold members divided by 3 and rounded down), but the total number of directors appointed by Gold members is at most 5 and at least 1;

All Silver members (more than 5, including 5) can jointly appoint one director;

All academic ordinary members can jointly appoint one director, and user ordinary members have no right to appoint directors.

The directors appointed by the above gold members, Silver members and academic ordinary members shall be elected by secret ballot by all member units at that level. If the members of the above-mentioned relevant levels cannot effectively elect directors by voting, the 

members of that level and Platinum members shall vote together by secret ballot to elect the corresponding directors.


Article 24 the directors may resign after notifying the league, the chairman or the Secretary General of the league in writing by letter, e-mail, fax, commercial delivery, etc. 30 days in advance. The resignation of a director shall take effect on the date of receipt of the above written notice, unless the notice specifies that the resignation of a director shall take effect at other times or when other events occur. If a member appoints a director, the member has the right to replace the director appointed by him at any time for any reason or no reason. A director appointed by a class of members may be replaced by half of the members of that class after voting. Unless otherwise provided by law, if more than half of the Council votes that the behavior of the director inside or outside the alliance is contrary to the interests of the alliance or the business and industrial development objectives of the alliance, the director can be replaced. A member or class of members who have appointed the replaced director shall have the right to appoint another director, and the term of office of the director shall be the remaining term of office of the replaced director.


Article 25 If a director appointed by a member or a category of members becomes vacant due to his death, resignation, dismissal or the end of labor relations, he may be re appointed by the member or category of members. In case of any vacancy of the board of directors due to other circumstances, it shall be appointed by more than half of the votes of the board of directors. The term of office of the new director shall be the remaining term of the term of office of the replaced director. Unless otherwise provided by law, if a seat on the Council becomes vacant, the remaining members shall exercise their powers after the vacant seat is filled.


Article 26 the meeting of the board of directors shall be held twice a year. If necessary, the chairman of the board of directors may notify all directors 30 days in advance to convene an interim meeting of the board of directors. The resolution of the alliance shall be approved by more than 2 / 3 (including) of all directors.


Article 27 the main functions and powers of the Council are:

(I)Be responsible for alliance strategy planning, membership fee adjustment, major work implementation, etc;

(II)Discuss, formulate and make decisions on the annual key work of the alliance, and consider the annual work report of the alliance Council;

(III)Consider and make decisions on major proposals submitted by working groups / members within the alliance, and organize and form resolutions;

(IV)Deliberating and making decisions on the draft financial budget of the Alliance for the current year and the draft financial final accounts of the previous year;

(V)Review and make decisions on other important documents of the alliance and various work regulations except the articles of association of the alliance;

(VI)Review and make decisions on the appointment of persons in charge of the alliance;

(VII)Approve the addition or cancellation of membership;

(VIII)Consider and make decisions on other important issues submitted by the Secretariat.


Article 28 the chairman of the board of directors shall exercise the following functions and powers:

(I)Convene and preside over the regular and interim meetings of the Council, and listen to the guidance and suggestions of the Strategic Advisory Committee;

(II)Check the implementation of resolutions of the general assembly and the Council;

(III)Sign relevant important documents on behalf of the alliance;

(IV)Handle other important matters of the alliance.

The functions and powers exercised by the vice chairman shall be designated by the chairman.

If the chairman is unable to exercise his functions and powers, he may entrust a vice chairman to exercise his functions and powers on his behalf.


Article 29 the League shall establish a Secretariat as its daily office, with one secretary general and one to three deputy secretaries general, and implement the secretary general responsibility system under the leadership of the chairman of the Council. The Secretary General shall be nominated by the chairman of the board of directors and shall be employed only after being approved by the board of directors. The deputy secretary general is appointed by the Secretary General from members or recruited from the public. The work of the Secretariat is undertaken by a specially established body. The Secretariat focuses on the ecological construction, community management, collaborative development, market promotion and innovation platform construction of the alliance to serve all members of the alliance.


Article 30 the secretary general or deputy secretary general may resign after notifying the alliance or the chairman in writing by letter, e-mail, fax, commercial delivery, etc. 30 days in advance. The resignation of the secretary general or the Deputy Secretary General shall take effect on the date of receipt of the above written notice, unless the notice specifies that the resignation will take effect at another time or at the occurrence of other events. The Secretary General may be replaced by the chairman of the board of directors, and the deputy secretary general may be replaced by the Secretary General. If the Secretary General's position is vacant due to death, resignation, replacement, unqualified qualification or other reasons, it can be filled after being approved by the manager secretary general. If the position of under secretary general is vacant due to death, resignation, replacement, unqualified qualification or other reasons, it can be filled with the approval of the Secretary General.


Article 31 the Secretary General of the Council shall exercise the following functions and powers:

(I)Preside over the daily work of the alliance, support the daily affairs of the alliance, including implementing the resolutions of the Council, managing the work of the alliance, preparing and convening the meetings of the general assembly and the Council;

(II)Formulate and implement the alliance's development strategy and annual work plan, as well as the employment of full-time staff, and submit them to the Council for deliberation and decision-making;

(III)Formulate and revise the draft financial budget of the alliance this year and the draft financial final accounts of the previous year, submit them to the Council for decision-making, and manage the membership dues and other relevant assets of the alliance;

(IV)Formulate and revise the articles of association of the alliance and submit them to the Council and the general assembly for decision-making;

(V)Be responsible for other matters assigned by the Council.

The functions and powers exercised by the Under Secretary General shall be designated by the Secretary General.

If the secretary general is unable to exercise his functions and powers, he may entrust an under secretary general to exercise his functions and powers on his behalf.


Article 32 the alliance shall establish a working group according to the needs of its work. The leader of each working group shall be nominated by the chairman of the board of directors and shall be voted by the Council meeting. The term of office of the leader of the working group is two years and can be re elected. The leader of the working group shall exercise the following functions and powers:

 (I)Formulate the annual work plan of the working group and implement it;

(II)Organize and organize working group meetings and promote the work of the working group;

(III)Handle other working group matters.

The deputy leader of the working group shall be appointed by the working group leader from the members, and his powers shall be designated by the working group leader.


Article 33 the alliance shall establish a technical committee to be responsible for drafting the alliance's technical proposal and providing suggestions on important technical issues of the alliance. The members are from the team leader and deputy team leader of each working group. The technical committee has 1 Technical Director and 1-3 Deputy technical directors. The technical director is nominated by the chairman and must be voted by the Council meeting. The Deputy technical director shall be appointed by the technical director from the technical committee. The resolution of the technical committee shall be approved by more than 2 / 3 (inclusive) of all members. The term of office of the technical director is two years and can be re elected. The technical director shall exercise the following functions and powers:

(I)Formulate the annual work plan of the technical committee and implement it;

(II)Organize and organize the meetings of the technical committee and promote the work of the technical committee;

(III)Handle other technical committee matters.

The functions and powers exercised by the deputy director of technology shall be designated by the director of technology.

If the technical director is unable to exercise his functions and powers, he may entrust a deputy technical director to exercise the functions and powers of the technical director on his behalf.


Article 34 The chairman, chairman, secretary general, technical director and working group leader of the Strategic Advisory Committee of the alliance must meet the following conditions:

(I)It has great influence in the business field of the alliance;

(II)Healthy and able to work normally;

(III)Have not received criminal punishment of deprivation of political rights;

(IV)Have full capacity for civil conduct.

第五章 资产管理、使用原则


Article 35 the fund source of the alliance:
(I)Membership fees;
(II)Sponsorship fee;
(III)Government funding;
(IV)Income from activities or services carried out within the approved scope of business;
(V)Other legitimate income.


Article 36 the League shall collect membership dues in accordance with the relevant provisions of the state.


Article 37 the funds of the alliance must be used for the business scope and career development specified in the articles of association, and shall not be distributed among members. Relevant funds must be earmarked for special purposes. Members of the alliance can access relevant financial records after applying to the Secretariat and approved by the Council.


Article 38 the alliance shall establish a strict financial management system to ensure that the accounting data are legal, true, accurate and complete.


Article 39 the alliance shall be staffed with accountants with professional qualifications. An accountant shall not concurrently act as a cashier. Accountants must conduct accounting and exercise accounting supervision. When an accountant transfers or leaves his job, he must go through the handover procedures with the receiver.


Article 40 the asset management of the alliance shall implement the financial management system stipulated by the state and be subject to the supervision of the general assembly and the financial department.


Article 41 No unit or individual may occupy, privately share or misappropriate the assets of the alliance. The remaining assets after the dissolution of the alliance shall be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of national laws


第六章 保 密

Article 42 the following information is the confidential information of the alliance:

(1) Documents that are determined by the Council or considered by the members of the Council to be confidential information of the alliance and marked with confidentiality marks;
(2) Documents that member units consider to belong to their own confidential information, mark confidential marks and contribute to the alliance.


Article 43 confidentiality requirements. For confidential information, all members of the alliance shall abide by the obligation of confidentiality and shall not spread and spread outside the alliance. All member units shall take reasonable measures to protect the confidential information of the alliance and avoid the disclosure and unauthorized use of confidential information. The standard of confidentiality measures taken by all member units for confidential information shall not be lower than the standard of confidentiality measures for protecting their own confidential information.


Article 44 existing members and former members of the alliance shall have the obligation of confidentiality during the period of the alliance. The confidentiality obligation shall continue for five years after the dissolution of the alliance.



第七章 知识产权
Article 45 the alliance will formulate corresponding intellectual property policies with reference to the industry rules. The specific provisions shall be separately drafted by the technical committee according to the specific technologies, specifications and their implementation, and adopted by the Council meeting.
第八章 章程的修改程序

Article 46 amendments toa the articles of association of the League shall come into force after more than half of the votes of the general assembly.

第九章 终止程序

Article 47 If the alliance completes its purpose or dissolves on its own or needs to be cancelled due to any reason, including but not limited to division and merger, the Council shall propose a termination motion.

Article 48 the motion for termination of the League shall be voted by the general meeting.

Article 49 the League shall be terminated upon the cancellation of registration by the Association registration authority.

第十章 附 则

Article 50 according to the law or the articles of association, all written notices sent by the alliance to any director or member can be sent to the address recorded in the account book of the alliance by prepaid letter, e-mail, fax, commercial delivery, etc. Unless required by law or the articles of association that the notice must be delivered by letter, the written notice can also be sent to the address recorded by the director or member in the account book of the alliance by e-mail, fax, commercial delivery or other similar means. Any written notice sent under this clause, if sent by e-mail, fax, express or express, shall be deemed to have been delivered on the second working day after it is sent; If it is sent by prepaid postage to the address recorded by the director or member in the account book of the league, it shall be deemed to have been delivered on the second working day after sending.


Article 51 the Secretariat shall keep the following records and documents in its office

(I)Minutes of all meetings of the general assembly, the Council, the technical committee and all working groups, and shall specify the time and place of the relevant meeting, whether it is a routine meeting or a special meeting, how to convene the meeting, the notice of the meeting, the names of participants, the agenda and procedures of the meeting;
(II)Complete and accurate books and records of accounts, including books of property and business, records of assets and liabilities, income and expenditure, income and loss
(III)Records of all members, and shall indicate the name, address, category of members and the termination time of membership;
(IV)A copy of the articles of association, intellectual property policy, membership agreement and other important documents of the alliance;
(V)A membership agreement signed by each member.


Article 52 unless otherwise prohibited by law, the Council may, by resolution, authorize the directors, League staff or other agents of the League to purchase insurance to protect the losses and liabilities suffered by the directors, League staff or other agents of the League when performing their work in accordance with the resolutions and instructions of the league.


Article 53 the articles of association of the alliance shall be written in both Chinese and English. Both Chinese and English versions shall have legal effect. In case of any conflict between the Chinese version and the English version, the Chinese version shall prevail.


Article 54 the articles of association were unanimously adopted at the general meeting on December 29, 2016 and January 10, 2019.


Article 55 the power of interpretation of the articles of association belongs to the Council of the league.