Posts Tagged ‘Qingdao’

Do Rackspace And Amazon Have China Futures With Aliyun’s Overseas Growth?

Alibaba’s cloud computing business Aliyun announced that its second data center in America’s Silicon Valley formally started operation yesterday. This is Aliyun’s ninth data center in the world and it is also the company’s third overseas data center opened this year. It is expected to satisfy the cloud computing resource demand of Aliyun’s users in […]


Aliyun’s Beijing Cloud Computing Data Center Opens For Business

Alibaba’s cloud computing subsidiary Aliyun has formally opened its Beijing data center. Along with Hangzhou and Qingdao, this Beijing outpost is Aliyun’s third data center focused on global services. The company is reportedly now selecting overseas sites for similar operations, which indicates that the company is accelerating its expansion. In addition, the company’s South China […]


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 Publishes List Of Pilot Cities For Convergence Of Three Networks

The General Office of the State Council of China has published the list of the first batch of pilot regions and cities for the convergence of three networks, including the telecom network, the Internet network, and the broadcasting network.
Twelve cities and region are included in the list: Beijing; Dalian in Liaoning province; Harbin in Heilongjiang […]


China Unicom Qingdao Punished For Website Traffic Hijacking

According to decisions recently announced by Qingdao Intermediate People’s Court, China Unicom Qingdao and Tsingtao Osun Network Technique Company were punished for hijacking traffic from other commercial websites.
This is the first time that a telecom operator has been punished for website traffic hijacking in China.
Reports in local media state that starting from February 2009, China […]


Damage Control: Perfect World Hits Back At Chinese Media

The situation has been less than perfect in recent days at Chinese online game company Perfect World (PWRD) as it now fights rumors that its CEO is planning to depart the company.


Buynow To Open Five New Stores In China In 2009

Chinese electronics chain department store Buynow has announced plans to accelerate its deployment plans in 2009 with the company planning to open at least five large IT stores in such cities as Beijing, Shanghai, and Qingdao.


Wireless City Plan Unveiled In Ten Chinese Cities

According to Zhuang Zhixin, an expert consultant from the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality, China has unveiled a wireless city plan for ten cities.


Japan’s NTT Corporation Opens Free Wireless Service In China During Olympics

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation will offer free wireless Internet access to its users in six Chinese cities during the Olympics in August 2008.


Chinese Websites Shamed On CIIIRC’s Blacklist

The China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre has released its “No.1 Report”, which exposes the illegal spread of risque information of some Chinese websites and combines the names of those websites onto a blacklist.