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We brought 9 startups to San Francisco last year to join TechCrunch Disrupt. And this year, 8 startups founded by Chinese young entrepreneurs forms the China Pavilion to show case their outstanding works. If you are around at the startup alley, please go to visit their booth.

ClearClouds logo

ClearClouds is a cloud service company providing network-based data collection and analytic platform, to realize the intelligent management of large data centers, greatly reduce their operational costs, and increase revenue. Founded in 2011, ClearClouds is headquartered in Wuxi, with branch offices in Nanjing, Beijing, and Silicon Valley. Our products have been deployed in a number of well-known enterprises in China, including Ctrip, Xiaomi, Lakala, Dianping.com, Dr. Peng Group, 21 vianet and etc. The company’s mission is to make a one-stop solution for data collection.

agora-logoAgora provides the building blocks for developers to add HD voice calls to any mobile app through a simple yet powerful SDK. With proprietary and proven technology that handles billions of voice minutes every year, developers can support as many callers as they want in a single call. One to one, many to many, and millions to millions. Agora handles the hard parts – so that developers can focus on innovation and building great products.

lonshinetech-logoFounded in June 2010 with 50 engineers at Beijing, Lonshine Technologies Co. is dedicated in development and manufacture smart wearable product and .mobile wireless devices, including the latest innovation design on smart analogue watch.

 

 

GHOST-logoGhost is an intelligent drone, a super-easy flying machine that carries GoPro camera, help you shoot amazing aerial videos. Ghost is made by Ehang Tech.

qyer-logoFounded in 2004, Qyer.com is principally engaged in providing suggestions and information to outbound tourists. The company’s core products cover travel guide, forum, inquiry and tips, among others. The website now boasts nearly 10 million users and 5 million activated mobile app users.

sensoro-logoSensoro was founded in July 2013 at the Microsoft Ventures’ accelerator. Our team hails from some of the best universities in Asia including Tsinghua University and Hong Kong Polytechnic. We have previously worked at organisations like Netease, Microsoft Research Asia and the China Aerospace Research Institute. Our expertise includes large scale parallel processing, mobile internet, big data mining, digital circuits and inertial navigation.

orbeus-logoOrbeus is a computer vision company that empowers computers to see better than humans. They are the first and only company to provide a proprietary cloud-based image analysis solution that makes sense of faces, scenes and objects all together.

 


blleep_logo-1In a world where our schedules are packed and breaks fragmented, we are unhappy how we interact with the events because of maintaining long invitees list, hassle in communicating with the participants, and coping with time schedules. 
Blleep is here to provide an efficient way to utilize our free time. It allows users to advertise events and connect with the community. List an event–like a recruitment drive, a fundraiser, or just a house party–and track attendance. Once you list an event, nearby Blleep users will be able to see the event and once they RSVP, you will be able to chat with them, bringing a whole new dimension to RSO outreach.