To attract business, the Chongqing's cloud hub in China will be given unrestricted access to the Internet. This has sparked uproar among some Chinese Internet users, as unfiltered Web access will be available only to foreign companies.
by: Michael Kan, IDG News Service (Beijing Bureau) 30-Jun-2011
ZTE is confident that its newly formed cloud biz division will generate over US$2 billion in revenues this year from cloud-related offerings for the enterprise market, which include datacom products, enterprise networks and servers, and storage products for government networks.
by: Joseph Waring, TelecomAsia.net 03-Jun-2011
With the newly launched cloud computing operating system "CoCloud" at its core, ZTE's cloud computing solutions now consist of an IT resources management platform, virtual computing, cloud operating management and cloud security.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 19-May-2011
Bryan Wang, research VP of Springboard, Greater China speaks about the current state of cloud computing adoption in China. Why is there "high awareness but low adoption" of cloud computing? What are the state's propositions on cloud development? Are companies like ZTE and Huawei "cloud computing service providers?"
by: Carol Ko 09-Mar-2011
The Chongqing municipal government announces a three-phase project of to develop a 10 sq km international cloud computing hub in Chongqing to support industry and economic growth. The total investment for phase one development is estimated at around US$150 million.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 02-Mar-2011
With global and regional service providers funneling their investments towards building data centers in Singapore, the island city is emerging to become the cloud computing hub in Asia Pacific.
by: Claudio Castelli, Ovum 21-Jan-2011
A new initiative in Malaysia as a location for data centers and cloud services will be unveiled at the inaugural Data Center Regional Summit to be held in Kuala Lumpur this month.
by: eGovAsia Editors 11-Jan-2011
Ovum claims Singapore has the edge as it competes with Hong Kong to be the preferred location for regional data centers.
by: Asia Cloud Forum staff 16-Sep-2010
The Shanghai government last week released a three-year plan that set down targets for becoming a “Asia-Pacific Cloud Computing Center" -- including an investment of US$44 million in 10 "leading" cloud computing service providers in the city's technology park.
by: SearchCloudComputing.com and Asia Cloud Forum Staff 20-Aug-2010
Two out of nine Singapore-based companies won this year's IDC-Enterprise Innovation Award at the Singapore leg of IDC's Asia/Pacific CIO Summit 2010 with their cloud computing projects.
by: Carol Ko 29-Jul-2010