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Recognizing that the telecom sector will plateau over the next decade, ZTE Corporation has expanded its presence in the IT space by setting up a cloud computing unit, the company's third major division after wireless and wireline.
 
“The industry won't be able to support the 25% annual growth we've seen over the past 25 years, so we need a new area to drive gr

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Recent news out of China and the US has driven home the growing threat of cyberwarfare.
 
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin and the US Department of Homeland Security on Saturday confirmed that the company had come under a cyber attack, Priyo said.&nb

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Your App Factoid of the week: 2.53 million Android smartphone users were infected with mobile viruses in Q1 this year, the majority of them in China.

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SK Telecom is continuing its efforts to expand its T Store app store outside of Korea, arranging to list the contents on China Mobile's app store.
 
SK Telecom said the T Store's Android-based apps and services will be made available on a shop-within-a-shop within the Mobile Market store.
 
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IBM has appointed Tony Tai as general manager for IBM China/Hong Kong, effective immediately.
 
He will oversee IBM’s business operations and strategic development in Hong Kong. Tai succeeds Dominic Tong, who has assumed the role of vice president, systems and technology group, IBM Greater China Group.
 
Prior to his new role, T

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ZTE is now ranked top in the field of cloud computing in China with 107 patent applications under its belt.
 
 In addition, five new proposals from ZTE on the infrastructure, architecture, and ecological system of cloud computing have been approved by ITU-T at the 5th FG Cloud Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
 
ZTE has begun its inv

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OvumHuawei, ZTE, and FiberHome have all reported their 2010 results. Collectively, the three vendors reported domestic China revenues of $15.07bn, up 9.7% from 2009.

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Chinese operators are developing different enterprise strategies and emphasizing their different network assets and existing user bases. Despite all just starting, after one to two years of deployment and experience, we can already see strategic differences between them and future development moving in different directions.

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Vivendi has forecast a full-year profit of over €3 billion ($4.28 billion) after its Q1 profit surged to €1.73 billion, from €589 million in 1Q10, largely due to a €1.2 billion windfall from

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CA Technologies has named Francis Sun vice president of China. Rick Chau will move from his role in Greater China to focus on the Hong Kong and Taiwan markets.
 
The appointments have been made as part of a plan to grow CA's business in the Greater China market (China, Hong Kong and Taiwan).

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