Chinese Connects has a strong reputation working with companies in the technology sector, most notably in San Francisco’s Silicon Valley, due to the company’s expertise in translating high profile and technical documents to and from Chinese.

We offer Chinese translation services related to the following fields in technology in both simplified and traditional Chinese characters:

  • Semiconductors
  • IC components/design/manufacturing
  • Chips and memory
  • Energy
  • LED
  • Displays
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
  • Servers
  • IT components/peripherals
  • Green Technology

The Technology Industry and China

Technology is at the forefront of today’s business world, with estimations from the Consumer Electronics Association stating that the consumer electronics industry will reach US$208 billion in 2014. Smartphone shipments meanwhile are expected to be around 1.5 billion while tablet shipments may be around half the amount, largely driven by increased demand in China, India, Indonesia, Russia and Brazil, according to research firm IDC. New technologies such as smart watches, Ultra HD TVs and flexible displays are also expected to see immense breakthroughs in 2014 onwards as well.

In the panel industry specifically, revenues are expected to reach over US$164 billion in 2014. Additionally, the semiconductor industry was worth over US$304 billion in 2010, according to estimates from KPMG and is expected to reach over US$164 billion in Taiwan alone in 2014, according to recent reports from Digitimes. Any company in a panel supply chain or that works with devices that use panels in addition to semiconductors and other mobile components can expect to reap benefits from this growth, as many other industries branch out from consumer electronics such as software, IT and infrastructure, in addition to software and gaming.

High-brightness LEDs meanwhile are expected to have an output value of nearly US$12 billion in 2014 while the DRAM market is expected to reach at least US$25-30 billion, according to various estimates from DRAMeXchange. Research firm Gartner meanwhile estimates that the 3D printer market will reach US$16.2 billion by 2018. All of these market estimations reflect the demand for increased technology used both in the lives of everyday consumers and businesses, especially as top-end engineers continue to make breakthroughs in developing state-of-the-art technology in the market.

Such demand also comes from increased demand for high-end consumer electronics in emerging economies in addition to mid-range and entry-level mobile units in emerging markets such as China. Moreover, as consumers aim to diversify their connectivity experience they are purchasing multiple mobile devices and increasingly spend more time on them, with estimates stating that the average user of a mobile device will average around 12-15 hours a day on it by 2020 due to both work and leisure life activities.

Consumers across the world aim to increase the transparency and connectivity in their lives through connected device purchases such as smartphones, tablets, smart watches and new TVs, while at the same time governments intend to create eco-friendly environments that increase convenience, connectivity and productivity.

On the green technology end, more and more countries in the European Union (EU) in addition to Canada, the US and China, are issuing new plans to expand green energy use as means to further consolidate energy and decrease pollution. In China alone, wind farms in addition to geothermal energy projects as well as tidal and wave energy harnessing projects reached well over US$55 billion in 2013 and are expected to climb even higher to hold the number one spot in 2014 as part of the country’s policy to invest in energy renewables. Meanwhile, geothermal energy and tidal energy are expected to be major drivers of energy growth in China from 2014-2020. Any company that is associated in the green energy sector in the West who is looking to do business in China and make their voice heard needs to get their product information and overall website/business information translated into Chinese if they plan to make use of these potential business opportunities.

As technology-based businesses develop their products to meet such technology trends and attempt to extend their reach into markets such as China, creating thorough product illustrations, websites and data, along with various forms of customer information will be crux to their success.

Despite large-scale development and progress in China’s major cities, the country is still at large undeveloped, with more than half of its 1.2 billion population still living outside of major cities. While citizens in major cities are learning to become more westernized through learning second languages such as English, this population is still limited. Therefore, making your products available in Chinese is a trend that undeniably will determine the success of your company and its products, as the use of language will give your company and products more visibility with partnering businesses and consumers alike.

At Chinese Connects, we guarantee high quality Chinese translation services in the specialized and technical segments as a means to help companies meet current market trends. Our employees have industry knowledge and language-training backgrounds superior to competitors in the technical Chinese translation segment, and overall possess a fervent interest in helping clients accurately translate their products as to ensure high value and clarity.

For translation in such specialized and technical segments, it is best your work be passed to qualified individuals who respect your work and understand the complexities and nuances related to the language and technology used in developing your products. Chinese Connects translators are passionate about technology, and we take pride in knowing technical jargon that otherwise confuses people, so ensuring your business receives solid and accurate services is a guarantee.


  • Customers at large can expect to pay between US$0.06-0.10 per a word translated, which are lower than most competitors in the US.
  • Turnaround time varies on a project’s length.
  • Discounts are given to projects over certain character lengths and returning customers.

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