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ZTE and Tencent reveal jointly developed low-energy data center #cloud #asia #china #datacenter #tencent #zte

Nikkei — BEIJING — China’s leading mobile hardware maker ZTE and internet services company Tencent Holdings have jointly developed an environmentally-friendly data center. According to a joint statement on Monday, the “Tencent West Lab,” as it is named, is a mobile, containerized data center requiring low levels of energy for operation. 7 more words

China

ZTE Opens Branch In Cameroon

The Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer, ZTE, has created its Cameroonian subsidiary called ZTE Cameroun Sarl.  According to information, the new company, registered in December 2015, has a capital of FCFA 480 million. 64 more words

Business Talk

ZTE Becomes Co-Sponsor of Borussia Monchengladbach

ZTE announced a new partnership late last week to become co-sponsor of Borussia Monchengladbach, one of the top teams in the German Bundesliga.

This is the second such partnership that ZTE has signed recently as they also signed a deal to become a sponsor of Spanish football club Sevilla. 124 more words

Soccer

Proyektor – Proyektor Mini Dengan Performa Menawan

Harga Proyektor saat ini mungkin sudah lebih bervariasi dibandingkan dengan beberapa tahun kebelakang. Tidak dapat dipungkiri jika peran dari Proyektor sendiri hingga saat ini masih cukup penting, terutama bagi keperluan pertemuan atau rapat bisnis. 297 more words

Harga

ZTE's upcoming flagship could make Samsung worried

ZTE’s first Axon smartphone was everything we’ve come to expect from China’s no-brand smartphone manufacturers: cheap, powerful, and basically boring. If these leaked specs are true (and the price stays close to $250), this could cause more problems for the status quo. 231 more words

Mobile

Digitimes Research: Over 104 million smartphones shipped in China market in 1Q16

There were 104.7 million smartphones shipped in the China market during the first quarter of 2016, slipping 11.2% on quarter but growing 20.1% on year and accounting for 33.8% of global total, according to Digitimes Research. 8 more words

China

Creative pushes for US bans on several smartphone makers

Creative has a long history of wielding its patents against other tech companies (just ask Apple), but its latest effort might top them all. The US International Trade Commission is investigating Creative’s complaints that seven smartphone makers (BlackBerry, HTC, LG, Lenovo/Motorola, Samsung, Sony and ZTE) violate its patents. 172 more words

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