Chinese B2C e-commerce website JD.com and China Post Group have reached a strategic deal to jointly develop an e-commerce platform targeting cities below third-tier size in China. With the cooperation, JD.com will provide various products, including PCs, digital products, home and kitchen supplies, and cosmetics, for China Post’s “people-benefit project”. Those products will reach 13 […]
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.
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.
The Chinese tea leaf B2C e-commerce platform Maimaicha.com, which is operated by Shandong Huaxia Chalian, has announced that it has completed its A-round financing and gained nearly CNY100 million investments from four organizations in China.
Chinese computing platform and information technology application solutions provider Inspur has published a strategy to promote its cloud computing business, and it plans to launch China’s first self-developed cloud computing operating system before the end of 2010.
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.
The Rizhao Tourism Administration has unveiled plans to allow tourists to the famous Shandong seaside scenic area to now pre-purchase all tickets online.