Tencent unveils IDC operation robot
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings has recently unveiled its internet data center (IDC) operation robot. The robot is currently in trial operation in the Qingyuan Cloud Computing Data Center in Guangdong province, and will be applied in several IDCs of Tencent in the future. In addition, Tencent Cloud officially released a new intelligent operation management product system-Zhiwei. The IDC robot has become an important part of Tencent’s Zhiwei system. At present, Tencent Zhiwei has supported nearly 100 Tencent’s data centers around the world and served customers in telecom, Internet, finance and other industries.
Baidu Apollo to build intelligent transportation in Huangpu
Huangpu District People’s Government will have in-depth cooperation with Baidu Inc. in the construction of urban digital public base, digital government construction, and "car-city network" integrated platform. The two parties will also jointly formulate a standard system for intelligent networked vehicles in Huangpu District, build a sustainable industrial development model of "R&D-Design-Test-Demonstration-Application" to promote the development of Huangpu’s automobile industry.
GL Ventures leads series B+ round in intelligent construction solution provider RoboticPlus.AI
GL Ventures has led series B+ round of financing in Chinese intelligent construction solution provider RoboticPlus.AI. Proceeds of the round will be mainly used in product development, automatic factory system construction, and team expansion.
TrendForce: Industrial metaverse will spur global smart manufacturing market to reach US$540 billion by 2025
The concept of "Metaverse" can meet the increasing market demand of remote operations, virtual reality, and simulation operations, according to TrendForce. Intelligent manufacturing is also expected to accelerate the development of related technologies and spur global smart manufacturing market to reach US$540 billion by 2025, with a compound growth rate of 15.35% from 2021 to 2025.
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