گروه کولپد

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گروه کولپد
پیشتر نامیده فناوری محدود وایرلس چین[۱]
نوع شرکت سهامی عام
نماد معاملاتی SEHK2369
صنعت لوازم الکترونیکی مصرفی
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  • آوریل ۱۹۹۳
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بنیانگذاران گوا دیینگ
دفتر مرکزی
محدودهٔ فعالیت سرایر جهان
افراد کلیدی جیا یوئتینک (رئيس)
محصولات تلفن هوشمند
مالک هلدینگ لشی (۲۸٫۸۳٪)
کارکنان ۵٬۰۰۰+[۲]
وب‌گاه www.coolpad.com

گروه کولپد (انگلیسی: Coolpad Group) یک شرکت تجهیزات مخابراتی با مسئولیت محدود چینی است که مقر آن در شنژن، گوانگدونگ است. این شرکت در جزایر کیمن ثبت و در بورس اوراق بهادار هنگ کنگ SEHK2369 می‌باشد. این شرکت یک تولیدکننده بزرگ گوشی‌های هوشمنددر چین است[۳][۴] و بزرگترین نام تجاری چینی داخلی، فروش در خارج از چین است. از آنجا که توسط جیا یوئتینگ به دست آمد، بخشی از گروه لی‌اکو می‌شد اما تحت شرکت مادر اصلی شرکت هلدینگ لشی نبود.

منابع[ویرایش]

  1. Hong Kong Companies Registry
  2. "公司概况". Official website of Coolpad Group (in Chinese). Retrieved 27 February 2015. 
  3. Sascha Segan (2012-08-28). "Coolpad: We Can Build Better Budget Phones". PC Magazine. Ziff Davis. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  4. Andrew Nusca (2012-08-23). "The one country Apple can't crack: China". zdnet.com. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 

پیوند به بیرون[ویرایش]

Coolpad Group
Formerly called
China Wireless Technologies
Public
Traded as SEHK02369
Industry Consumer electronics
Founded
  • 29 April 1993; 24 years ago (1993-04-29) (as Yulong Computer)
  • 2002 (as China Wireless Tech.)
Founder
  • Guo Deying (as chairman)
  • Shenzhen University (as shareholder)
  • Dickman Enterprises (as shareholder)
Headquarters
  • Shenzhen, China (general office)
  • Cayman Islands (registered office)
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Jia Yueting (Chairman)
Jiang Chao (Vice-chairman & CEO)[1]
Products Smartphones
Owner
Jia Yueting (via Lele Holding) (28.83%)
Guo Deying (09.22%)
general public (61.96%)[2]
Number of employees
Decrease 5,634[3] (Dec.2015)
Subsidiaries Yulong Computer (100%)
Website coolpad.com.hk
Coolpad Group Limited
Simplified Chinese 酷派集团有限公司
Traditional Chinese 酷派集團有限公司
Coolpad
Simplified Chinese 酷派
Traditional Chinese 酷派

Coolpad Group Limited formerly known as China Wireless Technologies Limited is a Caymans-incorporated holding company. Its major subsidiary Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd., is a Chinese telecommunications equipment company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong. It was a large smartphone company in China (as of 2012)[4][5] and the largest Chinese domestic brand by sales outside of China (as of 2014).[6] From January to June 2012, the company had a market share of shipments of 10.4%.[7]

History

Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific

Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 宇龙计算机通信科技(深圳)有限公司) is a wholly owned subsidiary and predecessor of Coolpad Group, that was incorporated on 29 April 1993 in Shenzhen, China.[8]:29 It was a Sino-foreign joint venture, which Shenzhen University Culture Technology Services owned 52% stake, and a Hong Kong-incorporated company Dickman Enterprises owned 48%.[8]:65 Guo Deying (Chinese: 郭德英) was the first chairman of Yulong who later became the largest shareholder and chairman of Coolpad Group.[8]:65 Guo was an academic staff of the Shenzhen University, which he resigned in order to lead Yulong in that year.[9] Dickman Enterprises was majority owned by Tsang Dick-man (Chinese: 曾迪民) for 60% shares,[10] which Dickman Enterprises nominated him as the director of Yulong until July 2001.[11]:71

In 1999, a 52% stake of Yulong, that was held by Shenzhen University, was sold to wife and mother-in-law of Guo for CN¥3.81 million.[8]:65 in June 2001, the remaining 48% was also acquired by Guo and his wife from Dickman Enterprises for CN¥1.488 million, making Guo, his wife and his mother-in-law owned 100% stake of Yulong.[8]:65

Yulong at first was a maker of pagers and paging systems. In 2002 the company started to make mobile phones.[9]

Coolpad Group

Coolpad was originally the smartphone brand of Yulong.[6] In 2002, an overseas holding company, China Wireless Technologies Limited was incorporated in the Cayman Islands, for the shares of Yulong; China Wireless Technologie's shares were floated in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2004, which was considered as an international/offshore market for mainland Chinese companies and citizens.[8]

In 2003, China Wireless made the first Chinese CDMA1X-based smartphone, with color display and hand writing input.[9] In the next year, the company made a dual SIM-slot phone.[9] In 2005 the company made a phone with dual SIM-slot which could operated simultaneity in both GSM and CDMA-based mobile networks, which was the first manufacturer in the world to invent it.[9]

In 2012, Coolpad was one of the major brands that Chinese would buy in the domestic market, along with Chinese brands Lenovo, Huawei and ZTE[5] (The big 4)[9] and import brands Samsung, Apple Inc. and Nokia.[5][7]

China Wireless was officially renamed Coolpad Group Limited at the end of 2013.[12] In the eve of termination of the tie-in sales agreement with the majority state-owned mobile phone carrier China Mobile in 2014,[13] the group started to sell their products via online stores.[14]

The group was included in Forbes' Asia's Fab[ulous] 50 Companies once, in 2015 edition.[15] However, the company was suffered from the poor sales of their 3G smartphones in 2015 financial year, which saw a 41% drop in total revenue;[3] thanks to 3% increase in revenue of 4G smartphones and extraordinary profit by selling part of the stake of Coolpad E-commerce, the company avoided a net loss but a net profit of HK$2.3 billion.[3] In December 2014 the company formed Coolpad E-commerce, a joint venture with Qihoo 360 in 55-45 ratio,[3] but in mid-2015, chairman and largest shareholder, Guo, sold part of the shares of Coolpad Group to Qihoo 360's competitor, Jia Yueting of LeEco Group, despite Jia used an overseas holding company Lele Holding, instead of domestic incorporated LeEco (aka Beijing Leshi Holding) to acquire the shares.[3] Jia had another company, Le.com, that was also producing smartphone.

In December 2016, Coolpad Group sold 80% stake of a subsidiary "Shenzhen Coolpad Mobile Tech" (Chinese: 深圳市酷派移动科技), which runs the smartphone brand "ivvi",[16] to another Chinese technology company SuperD that specialize in virtual reality and augmented reality.[17] Coolpad Group retained 20% stake in Coolpad Mobile.

According to a research by Canalys, neither Coolpad nor sister brand LeMobile (of Jia's Le.com) were the major brands of the domestic smartphone market, in any of 2016,[18] nor in the first quarter of 2017.[19]

Since acquired by Jia Yueting, Yulong/Coolpad Group also sold mobile phone parts to Lesai Mobile HK (Chinese: 樂賽移動香港), associate company of Coolpad Group (they shared the same largest shareholder Leview Mobile HK). The connected transaction was renewed on 16 May 2017; in 2016 the transaction value in the connected deal was HK$192.774 million.[20][21] The shares of Coolpad Group was also suspended from trading since 31 March 2017, as the external auditor requested the company to provide more information, in order to verify the 2016 financial statements of the company.

Ownership

During 2015 Jia Yueting became the second largest shareholder of Coolpad; he became the largest shareholder in the next year. As of 31 December 2015 Jia owned 17.92% shares. (via "Leview Mobile HK" (Chinese: 樂風移動香港), a subsidiary of BVI-incorporated Lele Holding; Jia owned 100% stake of Lele Holding)[3] In August 2016, Lele Holding purchased an additional 10.97% shares from the founder and former largest shareholder Guo Deying, making Lele Holding the largest shareholder for 28.83% shares.[2] Guo retained 9.22% shares as the second largest shareholder.[2]

Rest of the shares (about 61.95%) were small investors who were not require to disclose their interests to pursuant to Section 336 of the Securities & Futures Ordinance of Hong Kong. Despite all of the member of the board directors of Coolpad Group also owned small stakes that were required to disclose their interests to pursuant to another section of the ordinance: Jiang Chao (0.59%), Li Bin (1.58%), Li Wang (0.59%), as well as independent directors Chan King Chung (0.01%), Huang Dazhan (0.01%) and Xie Weixin (0.01%).[3]

Controversies

On 17 December 2014, Palo Alto Networks announced it had found a backdoor on many Coolpad handsets, and dubbed it "CoolReaper".[22]

References

  1. ^ "List of Directors and their Role and Function" (PDF). Coolpad Group. Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 31 August 2017. Retrieved 1 September 2017. 
  2. ^ a b c "COMPLETION OF DISPOSAL OF SHARES BY THE former SINGLE LARGEST SHAREHOLDER" (PDF). Coolpad Group. Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 5 August 2016. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "2015 Annual Report" (PDF). Coolpad Group. Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 2016. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  4. ^ Sascha Segan (2012-08-28). "Coolpad: We Can Build Better Budget Phones". Pcmag.com. Ziff Davis. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  5. ^ a b c Nusca, Andrew (2012-08-23). "The one country Apple can't crack: China". zdnet.com. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  6. ^ a b Luk, Lorraine; Osawa, Juro (2014-01-28). "In China, the Coolpad Is Hotter Than Apple's iPhone". The Wall Street Journal. News Corp. In the third quarter of last year, Coolpad, the smartphone brand of China's Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific (Shenzhen) Co., was the sixth-biggest smartphone vendor by units sold world-wide 
  7. ^ a b Shen, Jingting (2012-08-25). "Apple losing smartphone battle to Samsung". China Daily. State Council Information Office. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f "Prospectuses" (table of PDF download links). China Wireless Technologies. Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 30 November 2004. Retrieved 8 May 2017. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f "他曾是手机四大家族之一,与华为齐名,如今出售股权、套现了" (in Chinese). Sina.com.cn. 23 June 2016. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  10. ^ 1992 Annual Return of Dickman Enterprises to Hong Kong Companies Registry, PDF purchased on 11 May 2017
  11. ^ "prospectus" (PDF) (in Chinese). Coolpad Group. 27 November 2004. Retrieved 11 May 2017. 
  12. ^ "China Wireless officially changes its name to Coolpad Group Limited" (in PDF by the PR agency of Coolpad Group). Strategic Financial Relations Limited. 29 November 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  13. ^ "China Mobile Taking Steps to Cut Smartphone Subsidies". Bloomberg News. 26 September 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  14. ^ "Coolpad Targets Online Phone Sales to Pass Lenovo". Bloomberg News. 3 April 2014. Retrieved 6 April 2014. 
  15. ^ "Coolpad Group". Forbes. 15 August 2016. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  16. ^ Joe (3 February 2015). "Coolpad Ivvi K1 Mini is now the world's thinnest smartphone with a 4.7mm body". GizmoChina. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  17. ^ "DISCLOSEABLE TRANSACTION DISPOSAL OF 80% EQUITY INTEREST IN COOLPAD MOBILE" (PDF). Coolpad Group. Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 2 December 2016. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  18. ^ "Media alert: China smartphone market hits its highest shipment total ever". Canalys. 9 February 2017. Retrieved 13 May 2017. 
  19. ^ "Media alert: Huawei regains smartphone lead in China as top three take a 50% share". Canalys. 25 April 2017. Retrieved 13 May 2017. 
  20. ^ "COOLPAD GROUP Subsidiary, Lesai Mobile Renew Component Procurement Framework Contract". AAStocks Financial News. Retrieved 28 May 2017. 
  21. ^ "RENEWAL OF CONTINUING CONNECTED TRANSACTIONS KEY COMPONENT PROCUREMENT FRAMEWORK CONTRACT" (PDF in Hong Kong Stock Exchange archive). Coolpad Group. 16 May 2017. Retrieved 28 May 2017. 
  22. ^ Xiao, Claud; Olson, Ryan (2014-12-17). "CoolReaper Revealed: A Backdoor in Coolpad Android Devices". Palo Alto Networks. Retrieved 2014-12-17. 

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