A new round of price wars in the cloud service market is underway. Following Alibaba Cloud's announcement of a comprehensive price reduction for its core products, Tencent Cloud also announced on May 16 that it will reduce prices for multiple core cloud products.
Wang Jian, the founder of Alibaba Cloud, will return to the cloud computing division of Chinese internet giant Alibaba. His return to the company after a decade and how he will regain prominence in the spotlight are currently under scrutiny.
On April 18th, ByteDance's subsidiary, the Volcano Engine, released a series of self-developed cloud products including DPU and launched a new version of its machine learning platform.
Baidu AI Cloud released an all-in-one enterprise-level large-scale model platform called "Wenxin Qianfan", which will provide customers with language model services.
On March 21st, local time, Huang Renxun, founder and CEO of NVIDIA, disclosed new artificial intelligence and chip technologies at GTC, an annual technology summit for software developers. The most impressive announcement was that the company will rent powerful and expensive supercomputers that were used to develop artificial intelligence technologies such as ChatGPT to almost all enterprises.
Baidu, a Chinese technology company that recently launched its ChatGPT-like platform called Ernie Bot, is preparing to introduce a cloud service on March 27 that will integrate the large language model (LLM) and generative AI product.
Alibaba's cloud computing unit suffered a system shutdown on December 19 that caused services to be interrupted for more than 12 hours. The anomaly was triggered by the failure of refrigeration equipment at a data center site operated by PCCW.
On November 3, Zhang Jianfeng, President of Alibaba Cloud Intelligence, announced that the self-developed Cloud-native processor "Yitian 710" has now been put into large scale use in several commercial fields.
Agora, a Nasdaq-listed real-time voice and video engagement service provider, is carrying out a business adjustment with the "optimized" proportion of personnel positions to be about 30%.
Tencent Intelligent Mobility has built a rich auto service ecology with more than 40 car companies such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi, with more than 150 models. Its auto business is actually progressing quite well.
Chinese electronics company TCL announced on September 7 that its cooperation with Tencent START has achieved further progress, including bringing players a higher-definition and extremely low delay gaming experience.
Baidu AI Cloud, an intelligent cloud computing brand under Chinese technology giant Baidu, released a new strategy consisting of the "Integration of Cloud and Intelligence, Deepening the Industry" and "Integration of Cloud and Intelligence 3.0".
Vastai Technologies, a Chinese high-end chip design company, released a series of new products on September 3 at the 2022 World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC), and unveiled the SG100, a 7nm cloud GPU chip.
Baidu Netdisk, a cloud storage product owned by Chinese tech giant Baidu, issued a statement on the evening of August 18, denying rumors currently circulating on social media that the company was manually reviewing end users' photos hosted on their platforms.
Kingsoft Cloud, an independent Chinese cloud services provider, announced on August 8 that Wang Yulin had resigned as CEO, a member of the board of directors and nominating and corporate governance committee, due to personal health concerns.
On July 29, Tencent Cloud launched its edge security acceleration platform, Tencent Cloud EdgeOne.
At the AIoT-Partnership Conference held on July 20, Alibaba announced that it has set up an Intelligence Connectivity strategy to explore more consumer-oriented artificial intelligence forms.
Chinese internet giant Tencent’s Cloud and Smart Industries Group (CSIG) announced on July 12 the establishment of a government-enterprise business line.
During a digital media preview event held on July 6, Dr. Shen Dou, Executive Vice President of Baidu and Head of Baidu AI Cloud, shared cases empowered by its cloud technology.
At the first Techo Day held on Tuesday, Internet giant Tencent released a series of developer-friendly products.