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Huawei picks Shanghai for new center

By Zhu Shenshen   (Shanghai Daily)

08:53, March 14, 2013

HUAWEI Technologies will build a new cloud computing center in Shanghai, joining other global enterprises such as IBM and Oracle which have invested to help the city build up its cloud computing industry.

The center will occupy 6,500 square meters in Yangpu District and it's set to be built by the end of August, Shenzhen-based Huawei, China's biggest telecommunications equipment maker, said yesterday. But the firm refused to reveal the investment for the center.

For Huawei, the center will help it better serve enterprise clients, and market watchers said cloud computing, which allows users to access and edit data and files stored in cloud servers via various devices, offers a new business amid increasing competition in the telecom equipment and smartphone sectors.

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