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Patent dispute continues between ZTE and Huawei
June 9, 2011, 1:50 pm
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China’s two dominant telecom enterprises ZTE and Huawei continue to battle in both German and Chinese courts over a series of patents. Now, ZTE and Huawei are set to come into conflict over an important new sector: cloud computing.

In the last week, ZTE released statements professing their focus on integrated circuit and cloud computing markets. Operating system CoCloud is the spearhead of the entire campaign. CoCloud has thus far been described in very general terms as “an OS that provides users with a clear view of system processes as well as being able to transfer resources to where they are crucially needed.”

ZTE’s president, Shi Lirong, said in a statement that the company’s cloud computing programs are slated to account for a third of total revenues. The firm is slated to open a cloud computing R&D center in Nanjing, which will employ 10,000 in an effort to maintain ZTE’s dominance in this promising but relatively un-tapped new sector.

Source: TechEye

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