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1. Lenovo
Lenovo is one of the world's leading personal technology companies, producing innovative PCs and mobile internet devices. A global Fortune 500 company, Lenovo is the world's largest PC vendor and fourth largest smart phone company.
(see more: http://www.lenovo.com/us/en/)
2. Huawei
Huawei is a leading global ICT solutions provider. Founded in 1987, Huawei has grown from a USD 5,680 small company to a global company with a sales volume of over USD 39 billion with business presence in over 170 countries and regions.
(see more: http://www.huawei.com/worldwide/index.htm)
3. ZTE
ZTE Corporation is a globally-leading provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions. With operations in 160 countries, the company is a leader in technology innovation, delivering superior products and business solutions to clients all over the world. Founded in 1985, ZTE is listed on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges and is China’s largest listed telecoms equipment company.
(see more: http://wwwen.zte.com.cn/en/)
4. IBM
Founded in 1999, IBM China Development Lab (CDL) today has over 2,300 developers located in Beijing, Shanghai and Taipei; being recognized as the largest international development laboratory in China. Within IBM, CDL is ranked among the top five largest development laboratories. Our mission is to utilize our talent pool in Greater China Group to develop products and solutions that delight our customers and to nourish our talented employees to serve our customers.
(see more: http://www.ibm.com/cn/zh/)
5. Xiaomi
Xiaomi is a mobile internet company dedicated to creating an all aspect user experience. Founded in 2010, the company has fast become one of the leading tech firms in China. Xiaomi's main portfolio of products includes Xiaomi Phones, MIUI ROM, MiTalk and MiBox.
(see more: http://www.mi.com/en/)
6. Inspur
As a leading cloud computing overall solution supplier and cloud service provider in China, Inspur has formed the capacity of overall solution service covering the three levels of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Inspur is one of the earliest IT brand in China. In 1960s, Inspur’s predecessor——Shandong Electronic Equipment Factory began producing peripheral units for computer and low frequency high power electronic tube. In 1970s, "Dong Fang Hong I" the first artificial satellite in China, used transistor produced by Inspur as electronic element.
(see more: http://en.inspur.com/)
7、Zhongguancun Science Park (Chinese Silicon Valley)
Zhongguancun is the first high-tech park in China.During the past two decades, Zhongguancun has gathered nearly 20,000 high and new-tech enterprises, represented by Lenovo and Baidu, and has formed a high and new-tech industrial cluster featuring electronic information, biomedicine, energy and environmental protection, new materials, advanced manufacturing, aerospace, R&D and service. Zhongguancun is also the most intensive scientific, education and talent resource base in China.
(see more: http://en.zgc.gov.cn/)
8、Yizhuang Science Park
Beijing Economic-Technological Develop­ment Area (hereinafter referred to as BDA), located in southeast ETOWN region of capital, started its construction back in 1992. On August 25, 1994, it was ratified by the State Council as a state-level economic and technological development zone in Beijing. With a large cluster of high and new-tech enterprises, the ratio of their total output value and profit amount has accounted for over 80% of the BDA totals. Their exporting ratio has reached nearly 90% of the BDA total.
(see more: http://www.bdainvest.com/opencms/export/en/index.html)
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