ZetYun is a Beijing, China-based startup offering data mining and analytics services to Chinese enterprises. It was founded as recently as in the past February by two Microsoft alumni who went back to their home country last year reckoning it’s the right time to build a business for enterprise-facing data analytics in China.

Currently what ZetYun is developing include an Alpine-like service on predictive analytics for big data. It partners with local business-facing service providers like Ntalker, a CRM solution provider, on predictive modeling. A model then can be adopted by Ntalker’s clients including a Chinese telecom operator. And the performance of the model will be improved based on data from individual clients.

The 2010-founded, San Francisco-based Alpine Data Labs, actually tried entering China market. In 2011 the company declared that they’d “aggressively expand” in the U.S. and China when announcing $7.5 million Series A funding. Two of the co-founders, then CEO and CTO, were Chinese and “had strong ties to China”. Alpine landed in China in April 2012 with a high-profile press conference (report in Chinese). But one year later, obviously the current CEO of the company isn’t a Chinese and no online presence for the company can be found on the Chinese-language Web now.

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Tracey Xiang

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com