Tencent And Sonos Bring QQ Music Into The Home
QQ Music Now Playing on Sonos Wireless HiFi System in China
Manufacturer of wireless HiFi systems Sonos and Tencent Holdings Limited announced a partnership to bring Chinese music streaming service QQ Music to homes throughout China on Sonos. As a result, the more than 200 million QQ Music customers can now stream QQ's library of domestic and international music to any room of their home using the award-winning Sonos Wireless HiFi System – no computer required.
For Tencent, the partnership marks the evolution of enjoying QQ Music beyond PC and mobile by pioneering the first home listening experience for QQ Music users. For Sonos, the partnership advances Sonos' mission to give Chinese music lovers a high quality way to listen to millions of songs anywhere in their homes.
"QQ Music is the music streaming pioneer of China, and it is important for us to provide our customers with more ways and more places to access our music service," says XX, QQ Music's XX. "With the Sonos Wireless HiFi System, our customers can now enjoy an easy-to-use, great sounding QQ Music experience at home."
John MacFarlane, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Sonos, Inc.: "Our partnership with QQ Music allows us to provide Chinese music-lovers a magical music listening experience. They will have instant access to all the music they want, in any room of their home, with great sound. This is the modern way of listening to music: out loud."
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