China Southern sets e-ticket sales record China Southern Airlines, the mainland's largest carrier by fleet size and its first airline to sell electronic tickets on the internet in 2000, sold 5.47 billion yuan in e-tickets last year, a local record. Chairman Liu Shaoyong said the airline - with revenue of 46.54 billion yuan and 49.21 million passengers last year - had become 'significantly more efficient by introducing new methods of operation and ticket sales'. NCR continues to lead as bank ATM supplier China's automated teller machine market continued to be led last year by United States-based NCR Corp, which secured orders for more than 5,600 units from Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. NCR had a 33.7 per cent market share in China last year, according to Retail Banking Research. TCL boosts pc range with AMD alternative TCL Computer Tech, China's fourth-largest personal computer supplier, has formed a strategic alliance with United States-based chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in response to local market demand for non-Intel-based processor personal computers. The Shenzhen-based company, a unit of consumer electronics group TCL Corp, will offer from this year a range of AMD processor-based notebook and desktop machines. Titanium, PCCW to deploy face technology in China Biometric and security systems supplier Titanium Group of the United States has teamed up with PCCW Solutions, the information technology services arm of PCCW, to market and deploy its automatic face-recognition technology to telecommunications providers in Greater China. George Fok Yiu-cheung, managing director at PCCW Solutions, said there has been 'an increase in demand for biometric technologies in the security area'. Financial terms of the two firms' co-operation were not disclosed.