At the first Techo Day held on Tuesday, Internet giant Tencent released a series of developer-friendly products.
Tencent Cloud announced on Wednesday that many of its internal self-research businesses were fully on the cloud. This means that Tencent's internal businesses, including QQ and WeChat, will be developed and operated based on a public cloud model.
IDC, an industry research institution, released its global cloud computing tracking data for 2021 on Wednesday, showing that the scale of global cloud computing Infrastructure as a Service market grew to $91.35 billion.
On Monday, telecom equipment maker Coolpad and Tencent's cloud arm signed a strategic cooperation agreement. The two sides will set up a joint laboratory to conduct in-depth research into operating systems, and more.
Canalys published its annual cloud services market share report for China on Monday. Overall, 2021 was a strong year in the mainland of China, with the cloud infrastructure services market growing 45% to a total of $27.4 billion.
Tencent has recently launched a 3D sign language digital interpreter called "Lingyu" (聆语 Língyǔ) on China's state broadcasting network CCTV, to provide translation services for the ongoing Beijing Winter Olympics.
On Monday, TCL and Tencent START Cloud Gaming held an opening ceremony for their joint lab in China's southern city of Shenzhen.
Tencent Cloud, a cloud computing service provided by Chinese tech giant Tencent, announced that it has opened the company's first data center in South America, located in São Paulo, Brazil.
Qiu Yuepeng, Vice President of Tencent and President of Tencent Cloud, unveiled that the number of users of VooV Meeting, a video conferencing platform, is close to 200 million.
Canalys released the second quarter 2021 report for China's cloud computing market on Monday, showing that the country's cloud infrastructure market increased by 54% in the period to reach $6.6 billion.
Chinese electric vehicle battery manufacturer CATL has signed a strategic agreement with Tencent Cloud, aiming to jointly build an AI innovation base and expand cooperation.
According to data made available by Canalys on June 23, the expenditure on cloud infrastructure services in the Chinese market grew by 55% in the first quarter of 2021, reaching $6 billion.
Tencent’s cloud services arm has launched a new audio and video sub-brand that will provide a suite of integrated software tools and programs to simplify product development and improve end-user experience across various industries.
China's cloud artificial intelligence-training platform Enflame Technology, backed by Tencent, raised RMB 700 million ($98.6 million) in Series B funding.
Tencent Cloud released a cloud video meeting product called “Tencent Meeting” on December 25 to connect hardware and meeting rooms via the software.