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Tech for good, boundless collaboration — Online meeting helps build a global connected world

wuzhenwic.org Updated: 2021-11-24

Cloud collaboration breaks through the barriers of distance and empowers a new high-performance connection method for people around the globe. At the historical turning point of building the new digital infrastructure, a consensus needs to be reached to connect more people, industries, and ecosystem components.



People's work and lifestyle have undergone tremendous changes since 2020. The one-stop cloud video conferencing service provided by Tencent Meeting (international version as Tencent Meeting) has built a bridge of stable and smooth connections across the world. It has been playing an active role in various fields to facilitate communications about COVID-19 prevention, business operations resumption, and online teaching. Meanwhile, it actualizes digital communications and productivity to assist with the digital transformation and upgrading of enterprises and organizations and jointly build an industrial internet.

Tencent Meeting builds a bridge of communications to support COVID-19 prevention

To sustain the explosive demand for remote collaboration during the pandemic, Tencent Meeting set a record for adding over 1 million CPU cores in merely eight days and helped with emergency management and remote communication in various industries through stable and premium cloud conferencing services.

Dozens of international organizations in China, such as the Great Geneva Bern area (GGBa) China Office, Bahrain Economic Development Board, Canadian Trade Office (Shenzhen), IDA Ireland, and Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry China International Office, utilized Tencent Meeting to collaborate remotely. They used collaboration tools such as Tencent Meeting to fight the pandemic and promote bilateral investment and economic and trade development.

In March 2020, the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade communicated with more than 200 representatives of 125 overseas Chinese-funded organizations from 27 countries and regions through Tencent Meeting, which helped employees working abroad alleviate anxiety and psychologically underpinned the combat against the pandemic. In addition, Academician Zhong Nanshan also met with over 10,000 clinicians around the world through Tencent Meeting, sharing the experience of China's fight against the pandemic for the first time and attracting over 10 million viewers.


Screenshot of livestreaming by Academician Zhong Nanshan and other experts

Tencent Meeting connects global guests for smooth online operations of various types of events

In 2020, more than 300 million meetings were held on Tencent Meeting, including many prestigious Chinese and global conferences and major events, such as dialogs for UN's 75th anniversary, the Two Sessions, Canton Fair, and China-ASEAN Public-Private Cooperation Forum on Combating COVID-19 Digitally.

On March 5, 2020, the Chongqing Municipal People's Government and the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore signed the Letter of Intent Between the Chongqing Municipal People's Government and the Ministry of Trade and Industry to Co-Organize the Smart China Expo through Tencent Meeting. In order to ensure the progress of the project, the two sides decided to hold an online signing ceremony on Tencent Meeting and discuss the cooperation. Although they were far apart, the effective transfer of HD video and clear audio built a digital bridge for their cooperation.


Venue of the signing ceremony

 On May 20, 2021, the 5th World Intelligence Congress kicked off at the Tianjin Meijiang Conference & Exhibition Center. The summit was broadcasted on hundreds of live streaming platforms, attended by thousands of online participants, and viewed by hundreds of millions of people. The number of attendees reached 4,021 at the peak. Tencent Meeting connected these online attendees and the main venue.


During the summit, more than 4,000 attendees show up on video meeting through Tencent Meeting for the first time.

Tencent Meeting digitally transforms communications and productivity to help resume operations in various industries

Relying on the smart multi-party audio/video collaboration capabilities, Tencent Meeting keeps empowering various industries to upgrade the productivity and resume operations. With the aid of Tencent Meeting, China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) delivered a new connection experience for its 160,000 employees and created a new method for safety inspection by integrating video conferencing + drones + smart hard hat detection. The solution covered 27 secondary units and 51 overseas projects. During the pandemic, CCCC held more than 60,000 Tencent meetings with 3 million participants. Tencent Meeting effectively improved the efficiency and experience of internal-external and cross-regional collaboration for CCCC.

Currently, more than 50 percent of Chinese college students are using Tencent Meeting. Over 300 universities, such as Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Tongji University, Wuhan University, and Sun Yat-Sen University, are leveraging the powerful features of Tencent Meeting in multiple scenarios, including administration, scientific research exchanges, online lecturing, and online thesis defense.


Screenshot of Tsinghua University's online thesis defense through Tencent Meeting

According to an online research report of the Internet Development Research Institution of Peking University, between January and May 2020, Tencent Meeting saved about 71.4 billion CNY in direct social costs. Currently, it has over one hundred million registered users. Guided by the philosophy of "Tech for Good" and empowered by cloud collaboration for the shift from "face-to-face" to "screen-to-screen", it will continuously strive to transform collaborative audio/video capabilities into the infrastructure of online collaboration and build an interconnected industrial internet.


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People's Government of Zhejiang Province
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
International Telecommunication Union
World Intellectual Property Organization
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Tongxiang Municipal People's Government
National Internet Emergency Center
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