2014 China Internet Conference held in Beijing. This year coincides with the 20 anniversary of China’s access to the Internet, so the Chinese Internet Conference is particularly meaningful. In the past 20 years, China’s Internet industry what changes have taken place in our lives to bring what changes?
after 20 years of development, the number of Internet users in China has exceeded the 600 million mark. October 1997, CNNIC (China Internet Network Information Center) released the first Internet statistical report, the number of Internet users was only 620 thousand.
from the beginning of 2007, CNNIC in the statistical report for the first time to join the data of mobile phone users, and with the three operators 3G license for 09 years, the number of mobile phone users also ushered in the rapid development.
with the popularity of smart phones, mobile phone users increasingly improve the status of. 2012, mobile phones beyond the desktop, becoming the first Internet terminal. July 2014, the number of mobile Internet users exceeded the number of PC users.
but with the popularity of the Internet, Internet users and mobile Internet users have begun to grow to varying degrees of slowdown.
from the point of view of the Internet, we have gone through dial-up Internet access to the optical network, the average speed of the country has finally broken through the 4M mark.
from the application point of view, instant messaging, search engines, online news, Chinese Internet users are often used when the three major applications.
in addition to the above applications, there are some applications, although the coverage is not high, but the rapid growth of the mobile terminal, which mobile travel booking, mobile payment, mobile banking fastest growth.
20 years, there are a lot of Internet Co was born, there are a lot of Internet Co was eliminated, the six companies are currently the highest market capitalization of the six Internet Co.
China’s Internet has spawned an active information, communications and technology industry, the prosperity of social networks and the world’s largest online retail market. The economy generated by the Internet, accounting for the proportion of GDP in China has increased from 3.3% in 2010 to $4.4% in 2013. This data is more successful than the United States, China has thus entered the ranks of developed countries in the internet".