Alibaba stories - Page 5
Alibaba Cloud exploding as cloud adoption accelerates
"The rapid growth in cloud infrastructure services highlights the fundamental shift in the IT industry."
Alibaba launches its first self-built data centers in Hebei Province, China
Alibaba Group Holding has launched its first two self-designed and self-built data centers in Hebei Province, China.
AliLaunch to help global tech partners reach into Chinese market
Alibaba Cloud has launched a global marketplace and AliLaunch program for technology partners, which will give partners access to the Chinese market.
Alibaba Group shows dedication to ANZ market growth
E-commerce and m-commerce heavyweight Alibaba Group is heading down under to ANZ, with plans to open a local Melbourne office in in late 2016.
Alibaba Cloud rolls out second Singapore data center availability zone
Alibaba Cloud announced last month that its data center operations will be expanding, with a second availability zone in Singapore.
Alibaba and SoftBank partnership to boost cloud services in Japan
Alibaba Group and SoftBank have commenced a joint venture to launch SB Cloud Corporation in Japan, bringing cloud services to the region.
Weta Workshop: Bringing breakthrough 'mixed reality' tech to life
Wellington’s Weta Workshop is set to play a pivotal creative role in creating Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality LightfieldTM technology.
Why Alibaba's plans for global expansion is a "long-term play"
The Alibaba IPO was always going to be a guaranteed blockbuster as it headlines just about every multiplier you could hope for in a public offering from an online player.
Will Alibaba’s IPO drive Alipay to become more global?
By growing internationally AliPay will be less at the mercy of Chinese regulators and better able to support Alibaba’s global ambitions.
Yahoo returns US$3.65bn shareholder cash
CEO Marissa Mayer says company will return money made from the sale of its Alibaba stake to shareholders, in a "terrific outcome" for Yahoo.