Posts Tagged ‘Silicon Valley’

U.S. Payments Start-up Teams With Alipay, WeChat To Reach Chinese Consumers

Silicon Valley start-up company Stripe has reached deals with Chinese digital payment service providers Alipay and WeChat payment to enable …


Tencent’s Silicon Valley Data Center Opens While Foreign Firms Lack China Access

Tencent’s Silicon Valley data center, which is the company’s first data center in the U.S., has commenced operations. Tencent will …


Former VWware Executive Joins Cheetah Mobile As CTO

Cheetah MobileChinese mobile Internet security company Cheetah Mobile announced plans to appoint Charles Fan, former senior vice president of VWware, as …


China’s Aliyun American Data Center Highlights Double Standards

Alibaba’s cloud computing service Aliyun announced that its data center in Silicon Valley has started trial operation and is providing cloud services to users in North America and around the world. This is reportedly Aliyun’s sixth data center, following those opened in Hangzhou, Qingdao, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shenzhen. It also means that Aliyun will […]


China’s Qihoo 360 Targets Silicon Valley Venture Capital

Chinese Internet security provider Qihoo 360 has established a venture capital company in Silicon Valley to invest in start-up companies with strategic significance. Qihoo 360 expects to enhance its own products and expand its user base with the technologies of those start-ups based in the U.S. Mike Liao, Qihoo 360’s strategic action director, said that […]


China Mobile Plans To Build Research Center In Silicon Valley

According to Huang Xiaoqing, president of China Mobile’s Institute of Research, the company plans to establish a research and development center in Silicon Valley in the United States in 2009.


Alibaba Launches Global Recruitment Plan

China’s leading e-commerce platform Alibaba Group has recently announced a global recruitment plan to hire 3,000 technology talents across the world.