Kingsoft Cloud, an independent Chinese cloud services provider, announced on August 8 that Wang Yulin had resigned as CEO, a member of the board of directors and nominating and corporate governance committee, due to personal health concerns.
On July 29, Tencent Cloud launched its edge security acceleration platform, Tencent Cloud EdgeOne.
At the AIoT-Partnership Conference held on July 20, Alibaba announced that it has set up an Intelligence Connectivity strategy to explore more consumer-oriented artificial intelligence forms.
Chinese internet giant Tencent’s Cloud and Smart Industries Group (CSIG) announced on July 12 the establishment of a government-enterprise business line.
During a digital media preview event held on July 6, Dr. Shen Dou, Executive Vice President of Baidu and Head of Baidu AI Cloud, shared cases empowered by its cloud technology.
At the first Techo Day held on Tuesday, Internet giant Tencent released a series of developer-friendly products.
At the Huawei Partner and Developer Conference held on Wednesday, Huawei Cloud announced 15 innovative services and two partner collaboration frameworks, GoCloud and GrowCloud.
Tencent Cloud announced on Wednesday that many of its internal self-research businesses were fully on the cloud. This means that Tencent's internal businesses, including QQ and WeChat, will be developed and operated based on a public cloud model.
A Wednesday report released by Canalys showed that cloud infrastructure services expenditures in the Mainland of China grew 21% year on year to reach $7.3 billion in Q1 2022, or about 13% of global cloud infrastructure spending.
Alibaba Cloud, a cloud computing services provider owned by Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group, announced on Tuesday that it has added a new data center in Frankfurt, Germany.
Shenzhen-based tech firm Suanchou Information (also known as Suancho) has announced that it will complete an angel round of financing totaling over 100 million yuan ($15.04 million) in the near future.
Canalys published its annual cloud services market share report for China on Monday. Overall, 2021 was a strong year in the mainland of China, with the cloud infrastructure services market growing 45% to a total of $27.4 billion.
After Kingsoft Cloud's stock price dropped on Monday, the cloud service provider in China announced that it will explore a dual listing of its ordinary shares on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Zhenzhi Technology, a service provider for corporate digitalization, has recently obtained 70 million yuan ($11.08 million) in new financing.
The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing will be broadcast globally using the cloud services of leading Chinese tech firm Alibaba.