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【英文】2020年中国互联网报告(51页)

英文研究报告 2020-08-03 1 管理员

Online learning: – More than 50 million students across 30 provinces attended classes on DingTalk, Alibaba’s enterprise  messaging app, on the first day of the semester on Feb 10 – Online classroom service provider EEO’s platform, ClassIn, used to host about 200,000 students daily  before the epidemic but now sees an average of two million students a day  New formats of instruction: China’s prestigious schools like Tsinghua University offered online courses to  anyone on short video app Douyin during the outbreak  Online patient consulting: – Ping An Good Doctor, China’s largest healthcare platform, received 10x sign-ups between 22 January to  6 February, compared with the same period in 2018 – Tencent Trusted Doctors offered online consultation to Wuhan residents, quadrupling its consultations  during the first five days of the Lunar New Year, compared with the same period last year  Knowledge sharing: The Global MediXchange for Combating COVID-19 (GMCC) program was established by  the Alibaba Foundation and Jack Ma Foundation to facilitate sharing of best practices and knowledge for  fighting the pandemic among medical professionals around the world in real-time in 11 languages.

In August 2019, Huawei announced plans to  invest US$1.4bn in a massive new R&D center in  Shanghai, estimated to house 30,000 to 40,000  employees  Also in August 2019, Huawei officially  announced its homegrown smartphone  operating system – Harmony OS – to be used if  it loses access to the Android operating system  under a US trade ban  Over 90% of Huawei phones in China now use  processors designed by HiSilicon, the  semiconductor company fully owned by Huawei  (HiSilicon’s Kirin smartphone processor is  considered to be on par with those designed by  Apple and Qualcomm).

【英文】2020年中国互联网报告(51页)

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