Teacher Wang Guanxin of the ITutorGroup instructs other teachers how to teach online in Shanghai. Educational services are moving online amid the coronavirus health crisis, giving a boost to the cloud market. Photo: AFP
Teacher Wang Guanxin of the ITutorGroup instructs other teachers how to teach online in Shanghai. Educational services are moving online amid the coronavirus health crisis, giving a boost to the cloud market. Photo: AFP

Tencent, Baidu gain ground on Alibaba as China’s cloud market expands at rapid pace

  • China’s cloud infrastructure market grew 66.9 per cent to US$3.3 billion in the fourth quarter of last year
  • Baidu’s AI Cloud moved into third place with an 8.8 per cent share in the fourth quarter

Teacher Wang Guanxin of the ITutorGroup instructs other teachers how to teach online in Shanghai. Educational services are moving online amid the coronavirus health crisis, giving a boost to the cloud market. Photo: AFP
Teacher Wang Guanxin of the ITutorGroup instructs other teachers how to teach online in Shanghai. Educational services are moving online amid the coronavirus health crisis, giving a boost to the cloud market. Photo: AFP
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