Posts Tagged ‘education’

Cisco Will Plunge Over USD10 Billion Into China

With heat bearing down on their necks in China from local competitors Huawei and ZTE, Cisco has decided to invest more into their China operations. The U.S.-based company plans to invest over USD10 billion in China over the next few years to support local innovation with a series of strategic measures. Cisco made this promise […]


Hon Hai Signs Five New Big Data Projects In Guizhou

Hon Hai Precision Industry, parent company of Foxconn, announced that they have signed five major agreements with Guizhou to enhance investments in the province. Of the five agreements, three were signed with Gui’an New District, including Foxconn’s cloud computing, semiconductor equipment manufacturing, and health Lohas industrial park projects. Meanwhile, the company will team with Peking […]


China’s First Smart City Open Service Platform Launched In Qingdao

The country’s first smart city open service platform Icity365.com has launched in Qingdao, Shandong. This is China’s first public service platform which is based on open statistics from the government. Inspur Group participated in the establishment of this cloud computing platform. A representative from this platform said that this website is divided into five major […]


China’s Huawei Plans To Invest EUR100 Million In Romania Over Next Five Years

With security and spying concerns breathing down its neck in other parts of the world, Chinese telecom device maker Huawei plans to invest EUR100 million in Romania over the next five years. Huawei has been operating businesses in Romania for over ten years and it currently has about 800 employees in this country. Its facilities […]


China Had 564 Million Netizens By End Of 2012; Fewer Using Desktop Computers To Surf

China Internet Network Information Center recently published its 31st Internet survey report, stating that by the end of December 2012, the number of Internet users in China had reached 564 million and the Internet penetration rate was 42.1%, which was 3.8 percentage points higher than 2011. For the mobile sector, the number of Chinese mobile […]


China Unicom Beijing Launches Free Trial Of Broadband Green Accounts

Chinese telecom operator China Unicom’s Beijing branch has recently launched a promotion by providing free trials of broadband “green” accounts to help protect Chinese youth from harmful information.
The broadband green accounts are based on China Unicom Beijing’s family broadband accounts. Users of the company’s family broadband service will gain an additional account with the suffix […]


CodeLab Expands In China With More Customers

Beijing, China (February 04, 2010) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — IPS is proud to now offer to programming instructors in China the web-based learning system CodeLab, an interactive exercise system for introductory programming classes in Java, C++, C and other programming languages.
At the heart of CodeLab is a set of over 250 unique, fully interactive, hands-on programming […]


Online Filtering Software Redux In China

China’s Ministry of Education says that the networks of all China’s schools shall be subject […]


Children And Network Research Lab Established In Shanghai

China’s first Children and Network Research Lab has been formally established in Shanghai.
Jointly launched by the Center for Information and Communication Studies of Fudan University and TaoMee Inc., the operator of 51mole.com, an online community for children, CNRL will be engaged in the study and promotion of children’s Internet education and advocating green and safe […]


China Opens Internet Legal Management Center

China’s first professional academic institution that focuses on the systematic and theoretical research of Internet management and information society law has been started at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
According to Li Yuxiao, director of the Internet Management and Law Research Center, based on an open platform, the institution will organize Chinese and foreign experts […]