Posts Tagged ‘IP’

SMIC Signs Cooperative Agreement With Datang

Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, the Shanghai-headquartered integrated circuit foundry, has announced that the company has signed a two-year strategic cooperative agreement with the Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Datang Holdings.


Sina.com Delivers Mobile Poetic Verses With Microsoft’s Help

Microsoft (MSFT) and Chinese website Sina.com (SINA) have announced a technology licensing agreement for the Chinese Couplet Generator technology, a natural language processing innovation created at Microsoft Research Asia, to enhance Sina.com’s ability to deliver mobile value-added services to the Chinese market.


Alcatel-Lucent Gains USD230 Million CDMA Contract From China Telecom

Alcatel-Lucent announced that the company has signed a USD230 million mobile communications network equipment and service contract with China Telecom to provide end-to-end communications solution for the Chinese telecom operator to upgrade the capacity and coverage of its CDMA voice and data networks.


Tencent Launches IP Encryption To Upgrade QQ Privacy Protection

Tencent plans to introduce an IP encryption policy in its instant messaging software QQ to better protect the privacy and information security of its users.


IBM Releases White Book, CIOs Face China Challenges

In cooperation with CCW Research, IBM (IBM) Global Technology Services has released a white book called “Chinese IT Development Trend White Book” which analyzes in detail the history of Chinese enterprises’ IT development as well as their development trend in the future.


No Nudity: Founder Creates First Video Call Center In China

A new service in China might make computer consumers not surf naked anymore when they call for technical support. To improve its service efficiency and quickly meet clients’ demands, Chinese IT manufacturer Founder is planning to open a video-based client service call center, which is reportedly the first of its kind in China.


China Telecom Will Offer Businesses Some of Sprint’s Services

China Telecom (CHA) will provide Sprint’s (S) Global MPLS capabilities for customers in China by interconnecting the IP VPN networks of the two companies.


Verint’s IP Video Solution To Ride China’s Rails

China’s Ministry of Railways has selected Verint’s Nextiva Critical Infrastructure IP video solution with integrated analytics to enhance the security of certain portions of the Beijing-Tianjin high-speed passenger rail system.