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ISoftStone To Co-build IBM CCoE In China's Jilin Province - Quick Facts

iSoftStone Holdings Limited (ISS), a China-based IT services provider, has teamed with IBM (IBM), Jilin University and Datang Mobile, and signed a contract with the Liaoyuan government to establish the IBM Northeastern Cloud Computing Center of Excellence or CCoE in the city of Liaoyuan in China's Jilin province.

The CCoE will provide smart city and cross-industry cloud computing services to clients in the Jilin province and in Northeast China as well as Inner Mongolia. iSoftStone will associate in building the smart city cloud computing platform and the Liaoyuan enterprise cloud center and will also be responsible for running the CCoE's operations in the future.

This is the third project that iSoftStone and IBM jointly have established. The first two are in the city of Wuxi, East China and Foshan, South China. iSoftStone expects that the initiatives will expedite its development and expansion in smart city and cloud computing areas.

by RTT Staff Writer

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