Posts Tagged ‘Shandong’

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 […]


Inspur Launches Public Security Cloud Computing Center For Local Chinese Government

China’s Inspur Group has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Public Security Bureau of Jinan in Shandong province to launch the first public security cloud computing center in China. In 2012, the Ministry of Public Security of China issued work guidance for communications equipment construction projects, which stated that the construction of police service-related cloud […]


Inspur International To Sell Chinese E-government Business

Hong Kong-listed information technology and outsource software development company Inspur International has published a report, stating that it will sell its e-government business, Shandong Inspur E-Government Software Limited, to Shandong Inspur Software Company Limited for CNY23 million. Inspur International is expected to gain about CNY259,000 from the disposal, and the capital gained will be used […]


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 […]


Chinese Home Appliances Trade-in Policy Launched In 19 Additional Regions

China’s Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Finance, and Ministry of Environmental Protection have jointly published a “Home Appliances Trade-in Promotion Program”, stating that from June 1, 2010, the policy will be launched in 19 additional provinces and cities, in addition to the existing nine pilot provinces and cities, and the implementation period of the policy […]


Thirty Chinese Mobile Service Providers Punished For Irregular Operations

According to Cctime.com, a Chinese communications industry portal, 30 Chinese mobile service providers, including Hurray and Sohu, have been punished for various irregular operations in recent weeks in Shandong.
The website reported that these 30 service providers are involved in irregular service billing, fake promotions, irregular operation of short message order services, non-standard pricing, and confusing […]


China Mobile Staff Punished For Wireless Spam Messages

China Mobile has issued a report on the spam short message incident exposed by CCTV, and the telecommunications company states that people involved in the spam message sending have been punished and a notice of rebuke has been circulated against the company’s affiliate Shandong Mobile.
CCTV, China’s state-run television service, broadcast an investigative report on March […]


Wireless Spam: China Mobile Starts Nationwide Campaign

In response to the mobile spam message problem and the irregular use of customer information exposed on CCTV in recent days to honor the World Consumer Rights Day on March 15, China Mobile has held a nationwide television and telephone conference, asking its provincial branches to immediately investigate the problems and plug all possible loopholes.
CCTV’s […]


Sanlian Group Sues Gome Over Illegal Acquisition

Shandong-based retailer Sanlian Group has sued several companies, including the Chinese electronics retail giant Gome, for the illegal acquisition of 27 million shares in Sanlian Group’s Sanlian Commerce subsidiary and has asked the court to announce the purchase as invalid, as well as seeking CNY50 million compensation from these companies.


Online Payment Available For China Unicom Fixed Line Users

Chinese telecommunications operator China Unicom has announced that after launching online enquiry and payment functions for mobile phone users across China, the company has now opened a fixed line payment function that is available in 10 northern Chinese cities and provinces, including Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Jilin, Shandong, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia and Henan.