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Aurora Mobile Announces Compliance of JPush Android SDK with the Interface Standards of Unified Push Alliance (UPA)

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Aurora Mobile Limited, a leading mobile developer service provider in China, announced that JPush Android SDK (“JPush”), its push notification services tool for Android devices, has been tested by China Telecommunication Technology Labs-Terminals (CTTL-Terminals) to comply with the latest version of the Unified Push Alliance (UPA)’s performance and interface standard T-UPA0003-2019 Unified Push Technical Specification and Testing Methods.

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CTTL-Terminals carried out various well-designed performance tests on JPush and testing results demonstrate that JPush is able to ensure timely and reliable delivery of notifications while consuming less standby memory, power and traffic. This functionality is expected to help developers reach a more engaged user base with a stable and smooth push experience.

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Mr. Fei Chen, President of Aurora Mobile, commented, “We are pleased that JPush is certified to comply with the performance and interface requirements of the latest unified push standards. In July 2019, JPush passed the high-performance long link testing by CTTL-Terminals and this certification, once again, recognizes our strong positioning within the push notification and developer services market. Currently, our push notification services are able to process 23 billion messages per day with more than 10,000 node server systems and over 1.2 billion API calls per day. Moreover, as a UPA member, we are very proud to be promoting the unified push standards which benefit users and grows the overall industry by streamlining the user experience and lowering operational costs.”

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