Chinese Mobile Internet Service Providers Work To Create Green Mobile Internet

February 10, 2010 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Consumer




Baidu Wireless, a service of the Chinese search engine company Baidu, has signed a proposal letter with about a hundred mobile internet service providers in China, including Sina.com for creating a green mobile Internet.

The parties call for joint actions be taken among the industry to purify network information and create a green mobile Internet environment that is healthier and more orderly.

Until now, all Baidu's mainstream search products have been seamlessly moved to the mobile network. Surveys show that Baidu Wireless has covered over half of the wireless search users in China and has become an industry leader. A representative from Baidu Wireless explained that the building of the green Internet involves anti-spam, anti-fraud , anti-bad-information, and anti-virus and this needs a strong technological backup. The person said that Baidu has already moved all its advanced anti-spam and anti-bad-information technology to the mobile internet for this purpose.

Statistics from CNNIC show that about 233 million netizens in China are using mobile phones to access the Internet, which accounts for about 60.8% of the total number of Internet users in the country. With the expansion of 3G, this figure is increasing rapidly. Late last year, China Mobile halted all payments to WAP service providers like Baidu and Sina.com as the company attempted to sanitize the information on its network.

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2 Responses to “Chinese Mobile Internet Service Providers Work To Create Green Mobile Internet”

  1. By ossai judeMarch 11th, 2010 at 10:18 pm

    link me up with any confrences on internet service in china thanks

  2. By GEORGE F HOWARD IIIMarch 25th, 2010 at 11:09 pm

    am from liberia tjat's in africa. i will like to know if you guys can provide services for people out side china?
    i want to get in the business of internet provider locally.

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