Secure Computing Corp, an IT security service provider, expects to double its revenues in China this year, the 21st Century Business Heral reported. The company’s first-half revenues in China exceeded those for the whole of last year as it delved deeper into the finance, transport and telecommunications sectors. No figures were given. In collaboration with local partners, the US-based company also plans to establish a training center to better serve its clients in China, especially government bureaus. The company provides core firewall software to most of China’s railway stations, including those in Shanghai and Beijing, and its security system is to be employed by the upcoming high-speed railway linking the two cities. China Mobile, China Netcom, and PetroChina are also SC clients. According to International Data, a US-based research body, China is expected to contribute 30%, or nearly US$6 billion, to the IT security market in the Asia Pacific.