IBM to set world's largest development center in western China

11:27, March 23, 2010      

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IBM will officially announce today the establishment of its fourth major business area at western China-IBM Software Group in the Greater China region. The business area will include Shannxi, Gansu, Ningxia and other provinces and autonomous regions.

And the company will set up IBM China Development Center, IBM Global Analysis Software Lab and IBM Regional Software Development Center.

The IBM China Development Center will become world's largest development center, said Steve Mills, senior vice president and group executive, IBM Software.

In the recent years, IBM Software continued to increase its regional input and has gradually set up four major business areas and seven regional software development centers.

Since August, 2003, when Intel Corporation, one of the world's top 500 companies,announced the establishment of the plant in Chengdu, capital of western China's Sichuan province, a total of 139 businesses listed in the world's top 500 companies have invested in western China.

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