IBM and Wanda Form China Cloud Computing Partnership

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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - IBM and a unit of China's Dalian Wanda Group, a property and entertainment conglomerate, agreed on Sunday to team up to provide cloud services to Chinese companies, the U.S. technology provider said.

Amazon to Sell China Cloud Services Unit in $300 Million Deal

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Inc's Chinese partner, Beijing Sinnet Technology Co., said it would purchase Amazon's Chinese web services business for up to 2 billion yuan ($301 million), ending the U.S. firm's cloud-computing business in the country.

Google's return to China foretells a global race to deliver AI


When Google abandoned the Chinese search market over government censorship in 2010, it seemed a remarkably principled act of self-sabotage. The company's decision to return to China today, by establishing a new AI research center in Beijing, is all about safeguarding its future.

Cloud computing: Getting bigger but more complicated too


One of the fundamental concepts underpinning cloud computing is that the location of the servers and other physical infrastructure running the software and storing the data is entirely irrelevant.

AWS just opened another cloud computing region in China


Amazon Web Services (AWS) has opened its second Chinese cloud computing zone, its 17th around the world.