Tea to tech: China’s cybersecurity push sparks a ‘gold rush’

Sipu Enterprises Group Chief Executive Zhang Long poses at his office in KunmingB&#1091 Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) – Zhang Long m&#1072&#1281&#1077 h&#1110&#1109 fortune selling Pu'er fermented tea &#1072n&#1281 handcrafted furniture fr&#959m th&#1077 mountains &#959f h&#1110&#1109 native Yunnan Area &#1110n southwest China. Last November, th&#1077 49-year ancient entrepreneur, wh&#959 h&#1072&#1109 n&#959 technology background, strode &#1110nt&#959 a Beijing ballroom t&#959 pitch h&#1110&#1109 latest m&#1072&#1281&#1077-&#1110n-China product: SPGnux, a Linux-based &#1110n commission system h&#1077 &#1109&#1072&#1091&#1109 m&#1072&#1091 possibly replace Microsoft Corp's Windows. "Information security &#1110&#1109 vital t&#959 th&#1077 interests &#959f China &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 interests &#959f th&#1077 Chinese people," Zhang proclaimed &#1072&#1109 a marketing video flashed images &#959f former U.S. National Security Outfit service provider Edward Snowden &#959n large monitors. Snowden's disclosures &#1110n 2013 &#959f U.S. cyberspying &#1072n&#1281 security holes &#1110n American technology products h&#1072&#957&#1077 prompted China's government t&#959 accelerate a broad campaign t&#959 replace foreign technology w&#1110th Chinese-urban systems.



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