Launch time: April 2, 2018 09:32:34 Source:China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT)
On March 30, 2018, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (hereinafter referred to as “China Information and Communication Technology”) led the “China Cross-Border Data Communication Industry League”jointly established by three major basic telecom companies and related IP-VPN operators. " and its inaugurating meeting and the first member meeting were successfully held in Beijing.
The conference was presided over by Liu Zhanxia, deputy director of China Institute of Information and communication Industry and Planning. Qiao Famin, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of China ICT Institute, made a speech at the conference and made it clear that the establishment of the industrial alliance is a positive response to the suggestions made by the Information and Communication Administration of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The China ICT and China Cross-border Data Communications Industry League will continue to strengthen the support for the work of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the Information and Communications Administration, and actively cooperate with members of China Cross-border Data Communications Industry League to comply with relevant laws and regulations, conduct lawful operations, and jointly maintain the order of the cross-border data communications business market.
Zhang Jianhua, director of the Marketing Department of the Information and Communications Administration of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology delivered an important speech. In his speech, Zhang Jianhua maintained that he hopes that China cross-border data and communication industry league will play an active role in realizing the win-win cooperation of all participating companies; he hopes that member companies will further strengthen self-discipline, and they must “fulfil what they say and accomplish what they’re doing”, and that the league’s self-discipline convention should be implemented on specific actions and business details. We hope that member companies and alliances will work together to safeguard the solemnity and authority of the Convention, and establish and improve disciplinary and accountability mechanisms to ensure that the industry is self-disciplined, orderly, fair, and healthy.
The inauguration ceremony of China Cross-Border Data Communications Industry League was led by Qiaofa Min, deputy secretary of the China Information Technology Institute, director Zhang Jianhua of the Marketing Department of the Information and Communications Administration of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Luo Ning, chairman of CITIC Network Co., Ltd. and Hu Jianbo, director of the China Cross Border Data and Communications Industry League. The conference announced the first 10 formal member units and 23 observation member units that have been approved to join the league(see the appendix for the specific list). President Hu Jianbo introduced the organization structure and the constitution of the league and the delegates at the conference voted to pass the constitution of the league.
At the inaugural meeting, Hu Haibo, secretary-general of the China Cross-Border Data and Communications Industry League, announced the "China's Self-discipline in the Cross-Border Data Communication Industry Convention" and introduced the league's annual work plan. The leaders of the four working groups of the league also introduced the working group's related matters and follow-up work arrangements. Representatives of some member companies also made separate speeches.
The establishment of China cross-border data communications industry league is a new demand in the era of actively responding to cross-border business development, promoting consensus across the industry, and serving global communications. The league will provide effective services for league members, cross-border business development, and government regulatory decisions through the guiding ideas of innovative thinking, collaborative culture, and an open platform. With the joint efforts of all members, the alliance will build a good communication platform for member companies. It will play an major role in maintaining a fair and harmonious market competition environment, fulfilling multi-party cooperation and win-win results, and promoting the healthy development of the industry, opening a new chapter in the development of the cross-border data communications industry.
Appendix: List of First Members of China Cross Border Data Communication Industry League
1. China Institute of Information and Communications
2. China Telecom Group Corporation
3. China Mobile Communications Corporation
4. China United Network Communications Group Co., Ltd.
5. CITIC Network Co., Ltd.
6. Saier Network Co., Ltd.
1. Beijing Tianwei ICT Technology Co., Ltd.
2. Beijing Internet Port Technology Co., Ltd.
3. China Enterprise Network Communication Technology Co., Ltd.
4. 263 Network Communications Co., Ltd.
5. Shanghai Xintian Communication Co., Ltd.
6. Pacific Telecom Co., Ltd.
7. Shenzhen First Line Communication Co., Ltd.
8. Shenzhen Sunrise Technology Co., Ltd.
9. Beijing Capital Online Technology Co., Ltd.
10. Guangdong Aofei Data Technology Co., Ltd.
1. Purcell New Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
2. Nanling Technology Co., Ltd.
3. Zhongwei Dahe Yunlian Network Technology Co., Ltd.
4. Beijing Yueyou Information Technology Co., Ltd.
5. Shanghai Lifeng Network Technology Co., Ltd.
6. Beijing Optoelectronics New Communication Technology Co., Ltd.
7. Beijing Lianyu Yitong Technology Development Co., Ltd.
8. Shanghai Youkede Information Technology Co., Ltd.
9. Beijing Longteng Jiaxun Technology Co., Ltd.
10. Beijing Huaxia Innovation Technology Co., Ltd.
11. Ali Cloud Computing Co., Ltd.
12. Beijing Lanxun Communication Technology Co., Ltd.
13. Guizhou-Cloud Big Data Industrial Co., Ltd.
14. Shenzhen Zhonglian Ruixin Technology Co., Ltd.
15. Shenzhen City Sabot Communications Technology Co., Ltd.
16. Tencent Cloud Computing (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
17. Guangdong Network Technology Co., Ltd. only
18. Huawei Software Technology Co., Ltd.
19. Beijing Yingtong Technology Co., Ltd.
20. Shanghai Yisheng Communication Technology Development Co., Ltd.
21. Beijing Youfan Technology Co., Ltd.
22. Beijing Wanguo Changan Technology Co., Ltd.
23. Beijing Little Orange Technology Co., Ltd.
Source: China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT)
Editor:Xu Kai Lin
Reviewed by: Zhang Yunyan