This post is part of our series Say Hello To China’s Expat-preneurs, where we will talk to a mix of foreign founders and tech veterans who have tackled China’s growing tech space and won. Stay tuned over the coming three weeks as we talk to foreign founders from Beijing to Shenzhen about what it takes to thrive in China. You can follow our updates at @technodechina, or check back here for new stories in the series.

One of the biggest challenges for startups in China is internet server management. Have you ever thought about how those internet and gaming companies are running servers to embrace so many users, different clients, performing all different tasks for them? ChinaNetCloud runs thousands of back-end servers and infrastructure for over 150 Chinese and international internet companies like Nokia, Dianping, ASOS, Xiaoshuoyi, ThePaper.cn and Wandoujia, so that they can manage at scale of up to 250 million users.

“Internet and mobile startups are extremely dependent on great servers and infrastructure operations, as it’s their mission-critical system, but especially in China, good people are hard to find and expensive,” ChinaNetCloud CEO Steve Mushero points out.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com