Posts Tagged ‘ChinaNetCenter’

China’s Aliyun American Data Center Highlights Double Standards

Alibaba’s cloud computing service Aliyun announced that its data center in Silicon Valley has started trial operation and is providing cloud services to users in North America and around the world. This is reportedly Aliyun’s sixth data center, following those opened in Hangzhou, Qingdao, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shenzhen. It also means that Aliyun will […]


Tencent Cloud Opens Outside Mainland China While Foreign Tech Still Blocked Inside Country

Tencent Cloud will officially launch its Hong Kong data center by the end of this week, marking the start of the Chinese Internet giant’s globalization strategy in the cloud computing sector. Tencent Cloud’s Hong Kong data center will reportedly focus on the Asia Pacific, Europe and American regions, providing comprehensive cloud computing services to those […]


ChinaNetCenter Net Profit Up 129% In 2013

ChinaNetCenter, a content distribution network and data center service provider in China, published its annual results for 2013. ChinaNetCenter’s operating revenue reached CNY1.205 billion, a year-on-year increase of 47.89%; its operating profit was CNY254.898 million, a year-on-year increase of 126.73%; and its net profit attributable to shareholders was CNY237.112 million, a year-on-year increase of 128.55%. […]


Amazon Inks Deals For Chinese Cloud Computing Services

Since it’s illegal for Amazon.com to run its own cloud computing services in China, the company has partnered with Chinese companies to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Amazon Web Services Inc. is partnering with multiple local Chinese providers, including ChinaNetCenter and Sinnet, who will provide the necessary Internet data center and Internet service provider […]