In brief: Weatherill seeks to lure China’s Inspur to South Australia

SA government signs agreement with server manufacturer

The South Australian government has signed an agreement with Inspur under which it will seek to facilitate the Chinese server manufacturer establishing a presence in the state.

“The information and communications technology sector is key to our state’s economic transformation and this agreement is a positive step towards its further expansion in South Australia,” SA premier Jay Weatherill said.

“Inspur is one of the world leaders in digital data, and they have indicated to us a willingness to establish a presence in South Australia.”

A statement issued by the SA government said the agreement committed it to facilitating Inspur’s establishment of

• Cloud Data Centre Construction
• Cooperation on its Home Server (set top box) Business
• Cooperation on its Big Data Innovation Centre
• Cooperation on its Telecommunications Network Management Business


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