Posts Tagged ‘Rackspace’

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 […]


Chinese Cloud Computing War Will Soon Begin

Huawei is ready to battle Alibaba’s Aliyun cloud service as Huawei plans to hold a launch event at the end of July 2015 to officially release its own public cloud computing services. Huawei’s rotating CEO and vice chairman Xu Zhijun disclosed in April that the company would soon launch its public cloud services to formally […]


Rackspace Attempts To Take Back The China Internet Market

U.S.-based Rackspace, a provider of cloud computing and Web hosting services, has its eyes set on Asia. Rackspace has been circulating a marketing survey asking for feedback on requirements for the company’s on-demand infrastructure service that combines scalability with affordability. The company promises to donate small funds to a children’s charity in exchange for each […]


Newly Formed China Open Source Cloud League Connects To OpenStack

Intel, Sina, China Standard Software, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University have jointly announced the establishment of China Open Source Cloud League. China Open Source Cloud League will be committed to the integration of enterprise users’ demands for cloud computing infrastructure platforms. Based on the development and improvement of open-source frameworks like OpenStack, the league will […]