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China Country Profile 4

Wireless, IT Industry, and Disaster Recovery
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Gabe Campbell

on 28 April 2010

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China Country Profile 4 Wireless

IT Industry

Disaster Recovery

References Wireless China Mobile wireless subscribers surpass entire US population
April, 2007 Many Chinese spend more on pre-paid phones than Americans spend on food. 2008 China Mobile Limited China Unicom Largest wireless providers: Wireless Culture Chinese are more likely to answer cell phones than Americans. Chinese don't answer in class or meetings (it would be inappropriate to do so). Chinese typically inform others when they arrive after traveling so they don't worry about them. Chinese consider it rude to not answer a cell phone call if you are able. If you don't answer many cell phone calls, they suspect something may be wrong between you on a personal level. 2009 Chinese hit 9.77 million 3G subscribers. Texting does not follow the same logic as voice phone calls. It is not uncommon to receive a text message in the middle of the night, changing plans for the next morning. "Every time I step on the subway, I feel like I'm entering a bizarre scene in some electronic catalog (with Nokia providing the largest number of phones by far) where able-thumbed passengers convert the Roman alphabet into Pinyin and into Chinese characters at rapid speed." - Elle Moxley, August 20, 2008 - Chinese Olympics Most information is disseminated through SMS and cell phone delivery services than other methods. More Cell Phones than Laptops More SMS than Phone Calls 607.1 billion texts in 2008 76 million full-track music downloads in 2008 41.5 million paid for mobile newspapers in 2008 2008 - China radically restructed telecom industry following Sichuan province earthquake References http://www.wikinvest.com/concept/Mobile_Phone_Usage_in_China http://www.chinamobileltd.com/ http://www.chinaunicom.com.hk/en/home/default.html http://www.nationmaster.com/red/country/ch-china/med-media&b_cite=1&b_define=1 http://data.worldbank.org/country/china http://www.textually.org/textblog/mt_search.php?IncludeBlogs=1&search=China http://www.biscuet.com/language-and-culture/chinese-cell-phone-rules/#respond

http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1973410,00.html

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http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1958617_2033272,00.html Wireless Section IT Industry Google is not hiring in China due to recent pull out Sohu.com and tencent Holdings have started hiring Google China Staff Intel plans to hire more than 1,ooo employees in Asia Microsoft is currently hiring in China Are Google, Intel, and Microsoft hiring in China? What is the job market in IT like in China? What types of jobs are available? Do you think you would like to work in China? factory jobs are very common in China
high tech companies accounts for less than 2% of Chinese economy
in 2010, Chinese government wants to have 10 technology companies with exports of more than $5 billion IT Industry Section What types of benefits do you typically get? http://www.continuitycentral.com/news04409.html http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?sessionId=&containerId=prCN21665709&sessionId=D9D762710B220AAA20C0B1095875AD73 Disaster Recovery http://www.gds-china.com/en/about/index.aspx?Basic_ClassID=193 GDS owns a network of advanced data centers covering North, East, South and Southwest China. Taking full account of organizations’ high availability demands on electricity, air-conditioning and network, all the data centers have been optimized for performance and with obvious advantages in energy conservation and operation management. Equipped with needed working environment and facilities, the data centers are ready to be organizations’ outsourced data centers or disaster recovery centers ''The relevant national authorities have issued a number of directives and policies to safeguard information security, which has led to the establishment of disaster backup systems in the key industries,” China is one of the most natural disaster affected countries in the world. With the special geographic position of facing the pacific in the east... Intel offers:
medical
pension
life and accidental
paid time off
housing
employment assistance
recreation benefits in 2009 unemployment reache3d 4.6% due to finanical crisis
6.1 million Chinese grads had to consider getting civil-service careers Social Insurance is mandatory http://www.chinesegraduate.com/Files/china%20employee%20benefits.pdf
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