China Tech News reports that the HP (HPQ) software business group announced cooperation with the municipal government of Neijiang, Sichuan province, China to build an information technology software talent training center.
The article says the new base aims to give practical software training, IT outsourcing services, and IT resource services to promote the information development of China’s southwestern areas and to stimulate the sustainable development of the regional economy.
The IT software talent base is divided into three centers. The software talent training center will provide HP’s professional training to up to 5,000 university graduates each year. The training content covers IT operations monitoring and analysis, software management, software automation, application testing, and cloud service management.
The Chinese economy is currently undergoing a transitional period and the development of information and software industries have become the focus for the strategic development of the country. The blog says Sichuan is an engine area for the western development of China. The HP center will focus on HP’s leading technologies, best practices and integrated cloud strategy according to China Tech News . The article concludes that the new HP IT software talent base is committed to delivering qualified software talents, quality software testing outsourcing services, and IT resource services to various enterprises, helping them improve IT infrastructure capacities.
The continued abandonment of America by its industrial base. They could build a training center in Detroit whose economy is also currently undergoing a transitional period. One of the biggest excuses used by multi-nationals for off-shoring work is that American workers lack the skills that firms are looking for. This new training center in China says to me that HP just does not want to bother with US workers anymore.
HP has a long-term contract with the US Navy worth $3 billion, are these Chinese HP staffers supporting our military?
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