Intel resumes shipment to Chinese server maker Inspur

By Wei Sheng

China’s biggest server maker, Inspur, said Friday that Intel has resumed shipments to it. The American chipmaker briefly suspended shipment after Inspur was added to a US list of Chinese companies it deems military-controlled.

Why it matters: The li…

Tencent to plow $70 billion into cloud, AI over 5 years

By Wei Sheng

Chinese internet giant Tencent announced Tuesday it will invest RMB 500 billion (around $69.9 billion) into cloud computing and other technologies over the next five years.

Why it matters: While the Shenzhen-based company said the investment pl…

Tencent launches global version of its Zoom rival

By Eliza Gkritsi

As working from home catches on globally, gaming giant Tencent on Tuesday launched its video conferencing tool internationally, taking China’s battle for enterprise collaboration and productivity tools to markets overseas.

Why it matters: China’s te…

Meituan is shuttering its cloud business

By Emma Lee

Chinese food delivery and services platform Meituan Dianping is shutting down its public cloud service in order to retain focus on its core businesses.

Why it matters: Halting its cloud computing services is a major pullback in Meituan’s expans…