Datasea Company Update_03.03.2021

Datasea’s subsidiary company Shuhai Zhangxun tapped into 5G messaging markets and leveraged the combination and extension of the Company’s smart security platform, big data platform and other technology capabilities currently owned by Datasea to develop the 5G messaging solution.

What is 5G messaging and how it is different from the traditional messaging service? The upgrading of traditional messaging service, and rebuilding of upstream and downstream cooperation ecology can be both achieved by adopting 5G messaging. 5G messaging takes end users and business users experience to an improved level. Operators benefit from the 5G messaging as it enable 5G service innovation and provides full range of 2C (Consumer), 2B (Business), 2T (Thing) connectivity and communication in the 5G era.

In the recent MWC Shanghai 2021 forum hosted by Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA), latest insights about the 5G uptakes and developments in china were shared. According to GSMA, 1.22bn people subscribed to mobile services in 2020, accounting for 83% of the population in China, and 47% of connections in China will be on 5G by 2025. The expansion of the 5G markets lays a foundation for the 5G messaging application. More specifically, among the global leaders in 5G deployments, Chinese operators are at the forefront of efforts to trial and bring to market innovative and cost effective infrastructure deployment models, such as network sharing. The efforts made by the operators assisted developers like Datasea to better engage in the business.

In the development of Datasea’s 5G messaging solution, the company will make great use of the 5G various application scenarios and tailored the solutions such as Chatbot to different scenarios including e-commerce, logistics, finance, catering and tourism. As Zhixin Liu, the CEO of Datasea commented, “ We firmly believe in the future of 5G and have been exploring opportunities in this field”.