Tech companies are scrambling to replicate their consumer market successes in the industrial IoT sector, and quickly forge out new revenue streams.
Xiaomi’s smart speakers have been awakened 8 billion times by users to activate around 100 million devices.
This is the first internal shake-up after Xiaomi’s initial public offering in July.
Much like with Huami, one concern for the market is Viomi’s dependence on Xiaomi.
Huami, a smart wearable device maker for Chinese smartphone unicorn Xiaomi, has officially been listed on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “HMI,” and has raised $110 million by offering 10 million shares at $11, the mid-point of the planned price range of $10-$12. This comes a few days after the CEO […]
Huami Corporation, the smart wearable device partner of Xiaomi, has filed with the United States SEC for a $150 million IPO. The company applies for the listing of its ADSs on Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol “HMI”. No pricing terms were disclosed. Founded in 2013, the Hefei-based startup is the sole partner of […]
Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun has openly declared that his company will return to being number one in the Chinese smartphone market within 10 financial quarters, following on from the companies “turning point year” in 2017. To achieve this, the company is going to need plenty of new staff, be nimble and fight to […]
Smartphone shipments in China dropped to 91 million units in the first quarter of 2018, representing the largest single quarter decline on record. This is the first time since the end of 2013 that shipments have fallen below 100 million units. Technology market analysis firm Canalys said eight of the ten major smartphone manufacturers were […]
Xiaomi presented its new IoT strategy today announcing its cooperation with Baidu. During Xiaomi’s first IoT Developer Conference since 2015, Baidu’s Chief Operating Officer Lu Qi said that the two companies will cooperate on application scenarios, Xiaomi’s intelligent hardware, big data and smart devices ecosystem in combination with Baidu’s AI technology, big data, intelligent mapping […]
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun and Xiaomi will replicate China’s business model in India and announced that it will invest $ 1 billion to 100 Indian startups over the next five years, our sister media TechNode China is reporting. “We are interested in any application that can increase the frequency of using smartphones, as long as […]