National Cybersecurity Industrial Park Unveiled in Changsha
The unveiling ceremony of the National Cybersecurity Industrial Park (Changsha) was held in Changsha High-tech Zone on June 18. The industrial park, the second of its kind recognized by the country after Beijing, has officially settled down there since that day.
The industrial park signed contracts during the unveiling ceremony to introduce its first batches of projects and enterprises. Among them, Pactera, Kylinsoft, Great Wall Technology, China Electronics Corporation (CEC) Software Park Phase III were the first batch of projects introduced. More than 30 key enterprises such as Great Wall Technology, Jingjia Micro, Qianxin, Topsec, Xiangjiang Kunpeng, PowerSi and Jindun Information were the first batch of enterprises to locate in the industrial park.
The industrial park takes the Changsha High-tech Zone as its core area. So far, 184 key cybersecurity enterprises have gathered in the core area, including 52 enterprises above a designated size, 123 high-tech enterprises and 6 listed enterprises. The Changsha High-tech Zone’s output value exceeded 10 billion yuan in 2019, with a year-on-year growth of 45%. A cybersecurity industry chain has gradually taken shape there with the National University of Defense Technology as the source of technology and CEC and Huawei as the leading companies. A series of cutting-edge high-end products have been created. They are dominated by the “Two Machines and Four Chips” (Kunpeng whole machine, Great Wall whole machine, Phytium CPU, Galaxy Phytium DSP, Jingjia Micro GPU and Goke Micro SSD chip), and take the leading position in domestic internet security industry.
Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn