Reading List: Free VPN, Apple China, and the Future of VR

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 22 April 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Reading List: Huawei VR, new HTC phone, and Twitter in China?

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 15 April 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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The Transitional Phase of the Chinese Mobile Market

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 12 April 2016

Every week, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you one translated article that was originally published in Chinese. This week, we bring you an insightful look into the Chinese mobile phone market. The original article was published here on April 7th, 2016.

The Transitional Phase of the Chinese Mobile Market

As mobile phone development and innovation enters a transitional phase, and as the general spotlight shifts onto virtual reality and artificial intelligence innovations, a storm begins to brew in the market.

In 2016, will the consumer really need a new mobile phone? Will mobile phone sales decrease this year? With the backdrop of increased Chinese consumerism, will there be any opportunities left for national manufacturers?

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Made in China

Posted by Austin Lu on 06 April 2016

No other phrase has become as synonymous with consumer goods manufacturing as the three-word one stamped on countless shirt tags around the world. For decades, Made in China was symbolic of China’s dominance as the manufacturing center of the world. With the meteoric rise of China’s economy, however, Made in China is no longer strictly synonymous with just China’s exports. The phrase now reflects the many possibilities that exist for businesses entering into China. Companies are increasingly searching for ways to make their fortune in the Middle Kingdom.

Here at ChinaCache, we work to help those who want to tap into China's growing online consumer base by boasting the largest China Content Delivery Network (CDN). Worried about frustrated shoppers abandoning your slow-loading web page? No problem -- ChinaCache's 500+ POPs across China will ensure speedy web delivery to all your digital end users. Looking for a way to broadcast your event to Chinese consumers? ChinaCache can do that too -- private lines ensure certification is taken care of and video streams bypass congested traffic points. Whatever your goals in China may be, ChinaCache helps find a way to put you closer to your end user.

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