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Jul 18

IPR: In China foreign software equally treated in government procurement

Posted by Qiao LAB in software , procurement , Legal , IPR , China , anti_piracy

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A senior Chinese copyright official said on Tuesday that foreign providers received equal treatment during a massive government procurement of licensed software.

From late 2010, the Chinese central and provincial governments had spend more than 1 billion yuan (156.9 million U.S. dollars) on 158,823 operating system licenses, 506,693 copies of office software, plus anti-virus and other special-purpose software in a national anti-piracy campaign which ran till the end of June.

Apr 07

China Software - IT service sector to see gains

Posted by Qiao LAB in software , Networks , IT , cloud , Chip Design , China

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REVENUE of China's software and information technology service industry will surpass 4 trillion yuan (US$634.9 billion) in 2015, more than double the 2010 level, thanks to new opportunities like cloud computing, next-generation network and chip design, the IT industry regulator said yesterday.

According to the 12th Five-Year (2011-2015) Plan, the software and IT service industry will create 6 million jobs by 2015, double the 3 million in 2010, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said. By 2015, China's software and IT service revenue will hit 4 trillion yuan, with annual growth of 24.5 percent on average, from 1.8 trillion yuan in 2010. It will account for 25 percent of total IT revenue then, compared with 18 percent in 2010.

"Software and IT service is a strategic industry for China to upgrade its economic structure and lift global competition ability," the ministry said.

Apr 04

Innovation: Zhongguancun Science Town signs up more partners

Posted by Qiao LAB in Zhongguancun , software , Science_Town , China

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Electronics market Zhongguancun signed more agreements with high-tech partners and enterprises on March 28 for its Zhongguancun Science Town project.

Since 2010, more than 46 enterprises and partners have joined the project, which would see Zhongguancun's continuing transformation from a trading center into a center of innovation.

The project's goal is to create more than 30 billion yuan worth of products and services by the end of 2015, and create about 15,000 jobs.

Jul 19

Innovation: International High-tech firms head to Pudong park

Posted by QIAO LAB in Zhangjiang High-Tech Park , software , Shanghai , China


SEVERAL top high-technology firms, including Qualcomm Inc, Texas Instruments and TCL Corp, agreed yesterday to set up facilities in a software industrial park in Pudong New Area to improve Shanghai's innovation level.

Other firms, including SAP and Citicorp Software and Technology Services, will also move into the Shanghai Pudong Software Industrial Park located in the Zhangjiang High-Tech Park. The Pudong park was jointly established by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Shanghai city government, and is also the National Software Industrial Base.

The park authorities have invested 600 million yuan (US$92 million) in the new 150,000-square-meter Zone B where the firms will be based. The new firms will hire more than 10,000 software professionals in the park.

Jun 07

IPR Chinese government: all computer software used by its central government agencies is authorized and legitimate

Posted by China Media LAB in software , NCA , National Copyright Administration , IPR , China

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The Chinese government will ensure that all computer software used by its 135 central government agencies is authorized and legitimate by the end of May, the National Copyright Administration (NCA) said Thursday.

Central government agencies spent a total of 140.91 million yuan (or $21.73 million) to purchase 176,763 legitimate software packages between late October last year and the end of May this year, the NCA said in a statement.

The NCA said a long-term mechanism has also been established to ensure that only legitimate software will be used by central government agencies.

May 16

IPR: China's software piracy rate declines

Posted by China Media LAB in software , Piracy , IPR , IPR , Chinalabs , China

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China PiracyChina's software piracy rate dropped 2 percentage points from 2009 to 2010, but the commercial value of the illegitimate software last year was up by 1.55 percent, to 130.94 billion yuan ($20.1 billion), a new survey shows.

The survey by Internet research firm Chinalabs said the overall piracy rate declined from 14 percent to 12 percent.

The State Intellectual Property Office commissioned Chinalabs to track such data since 2005. More than 4,800 individual and corporate respondents across the country participated, and results were released on Thursday.

May 02

IPR: China has detected more than 100,000 cases involving violation of intellectual property

Posted by China Media LAB in Trademarks , software , pharmaceuticals , Patents , IPR , Intellectual Property , Food , DVDs , China , agricultural products

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China has detected more than 100,000 cases involving violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) in the past five months, Vice-premier Wang Qishan said at a national conference in Qingdao on Friday.

While praising the results so far, Wang ordered government departments across the country to continue their efforts by focusing on key markets and fields, such as agricultural products, food and pharmaceuticals.

"Harsher criminal and economic punishments should be imposed in order to truly intimidate violators," Wang said.

Wang also urged government departments to purchase and use legitimate computer software, Xinhua reported.

Mar 16

Chinese Qihoo 360 plans for US IPO

Posted by Qiao LAB in software , Security , Qihoo 360 , IPO , Internet , China

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Qihoo 360 SofwareChinese Internet security software provider hopes to raise $200 million

In another example of a Chinese IT company taking a stab at an overseas listing, the Chinese security software provider Qihoo 360 Technology Co plans to raise up to $200 million through an initial public offering (IPO) in the United States.

The company aims to seek the public listing in the first quarter of this year, with UBS AG and Citigroup Inc as its leading underwriters, it said in a regulatory filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday.

The proceeds from the IPO will be used for research and development and acquisition of technologies, products or businesses, it said. Qihoo 360 said it is the third-largest Internet company by user base, which reached 339 million in January, citing the domestic research company iResearch.

Jan 25

China Software center looks to increase its revenue

Posted by Qiao LAB in software , Outsourcing , integrated circuit , IC , Dalian , China

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Dalian aims to capitalize on global recovery to add to sales, earnings

China's major software outsourcing base, the city of Dalian in the country's northeastern region, aims to increase revenue from its software industry by 30 percent in 2011.

The plan comes amid the central government efforts to continue preferential policies for the software and integrated circuit (IC) industries during the coming years.

Aug 20

Chinese Blue paper: urges independent technology

Posted by Qiao LAB in Technology , software , Pc , Notebook , Internet , Computer , Chip , China

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A blue paper on China's information-based development published on Thursday warned that lack of independent core technology is likely to hinder the country's info tech drive.

According to the blue paper, titled "Analysis and Forecast on China's Informatization (2010)," more than 90 percent of personal computers' CPUs and basic software in the country were imported.

"This condition is inevitable during our country's process of reform and opening-up, but as the country goes deeper in informatization, it's bad for sustainable development," the paper warned.

The blue book was published by the Social Sciences Academic Press under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.