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Huawei and Honeywell Help Brisbane’s Skytower Open Up a New Chapter of Smart Skyscraper Living

Together with Honeywell, Huawei delivered the gigabit network and provided a Passive Optical LAN (POL) solution to achieve smart network inside the Brisbane Skytower, Australia.

“We’re excited to work with Huawei to build a gigabit network for Skytower, Brisbane’s iconic 270-meter, 90-story residential tower. The network is the first-ever installation to utilize one common fiber optic cable for telephony/data and building services.”
Mark Dunn, Executive General Manager, Honeywell Building Solutions

Background

Brisbane Skytower is a landmark building under construction in BrisbaneQueensland, Australia. Located in Brisbane’s central business district, this iconic residential tower will become Brisbane’stallest building when completed in 2018/2019. Skytower will be an exemplary smart building leveraging advanced technology solutions from Honeywell and Huawei to make it more sustainable, secure and energy-efficient.

Challenges

Smart buildings are rapidly evolving to become more networked, human-centric and intelligent. The growing use of The Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and Big Data, enables seamless interoperability between building intelligence and information systems, changing the building industry and accelerating the development of smart buildings.

The network for smart buildings needs to keep pace with this new paradigm and be smart enough to connect people together, which needs to shift from simply providing telephone services to delivering all-round services such as Wi-Fi, and environmental awareness. It needs to tackle the following challenges:

Higher bandwidth is needed: A growing number of smart devices such as smartphones, 4K Internet TV are being used in buildings. Buildings are adopting more building control, energy management, and sensing equipment. All these bandwidth-intensive applications place increased pressure on overburdened networks.

Ubiquitous network access is required: Occupants now expect anytime, anywhere access to applications and services in rooms, elevators, underground parking garages, etc. Property management owners also need a simpler, faster-to-deploy, and easier-to-manage network to reduce costs while improving efficiency.

These challenges were primary considerations for Billbergia Group, Skytower’s property management company. The Group wanted a technology provider that could provide a comprehensive smart building solution.

Bill McGarry, Development Manager of the Billbergia Group, understood the importance of “preparing building for the next wave of technology upgrades” and needed to be confident the Skytower technology solution was going to deliver the best outcome.

Solution

Billbergia Group approved Honeywell’s proposed technology solution integrated with Huawei’s POL solution, delivering a complete smart building solution.

Honeywell Solution

Honeywell will provide Skytower with its Enterprise Buildings Integrator, a building automation system that takes charge of system integration, covering the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, security protection facilities, etc. Additionally, Honeywell will centrally manage various building sub-systems, provide a visualized management portal and alarm management and work-order management services, designed to deliver efficient facility management, fast response, and predictive maintenance.

Huawei Solution

Huawei is the ideal ICT vendor to deliver the gigabit network and provides a POL solution to achieve smart network inside the Skytower. In contrast to a traditional complex LAN which limits the performance of bandwidth-intensive applications, Using POL technology, an enterprise can combine data, voice, video, and other weak-current systems into one optical network.

Prominent features include high bandwidth, high reliability, comprehensive security authentication, easy deployment, and Wi-Fi coverage.

As part of the POL solution, Huawei’s network management system U2000, OLT (MA5608T), ONU (MA5626, M5671, and MA5620), and ONT (HG8242H) are included to unlock the passive network’s full potential.

Benefits

Huawei’s POL solution makes the followings possible in Skytower:

  • The building automation system shares the same network with triple-play services, eliminating the need to build standalone networks.
  • One single fiber bears all services, simplifying cabling and dramatically reducing Capital Expenditure.
  • Passive splitters take place of switches in the middle layer without the need of powering and cooling, which greatly saves riser space.
  • Smooth evolution to 10G PON while reusing existing cables for maximal investment protection.
  • The U2000 centrally monitors the faults and alarms of all network equipment and provide added visibility to end-to-end service rollout.

Future Plan for Smart Building

At the 2017 Huawei Partners Summit held in Sydney, Honeywell won the 2017 Award for Solution Breakthroughs for its excellent work on the Skytower project. In addition to smart buildings like Brisbane Skytower, Huawei and Honeywell have agreed to jointly explore opportunities in education and enterprise campuses, business buildings, and industrial parks in high growth regions, including ChinaSoutheast Asia, the South Pacific, Western Europe, the Middle East, and India.

The companies will jointly pursue large-scale smart city projects throughout the world to help build intelligent urban infrastructures that enable to control costs while providing a more favorable living environment.

To know more about Huawei helping enterprises achieve digital transformation, please visit http://e.huawei.com/topic/leading-new-ict-en/index.html?utm_campaign=lni17-minisiteen&utm_medium=hwdc&utm_source=ebghome-en&source=eebghq175155l

SOURCE Huawei

CONTACT: Li Qiwei, +86-180-2533-9127, liqiwei2@huawei.com

Mileslife has reached official partnership with Qatar Airways

Mileslife, an innovative mileage earning App in China, welcomes Qatar Airways Privilege Club, as the 12th airline loyalty program partner. Mileslife App users can now earn Qmiles directly through daily lifestyle and travel spending. Along with the joining of Privilege Club, Mileslife has been expanding the frequent flyer network throughout Asia, Europe, America and finally, the Middle East, servicing frequent flyers around the globe.

Mileslife endeavors to cultivate and elevate the entire airline loyalty program industry in China as well as strengthen the connection between airlines, customers and merchants. Launched in November 2015, Mileslife quickly partnered with China’s leading loyalty programs including China Southern Airlines Sky Pearl Club, China Eastern Airlines Eastern Miles, Hainan Airlines Fortune Wings Club, PhoenixMiles and Sichuan Airlines Golden Panda. The company also became the first Chinese start-up that partnered with British Airways Executive Club, Iberia Plus, Miles & More, Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer, United MileagePlus and EVA Air Infinity MileageLands.

The newly joined Privilege Club is the frequent flyer programme of Qatar Airways. This partnership is the first time ever that Qatar Airways has collaborated with a local company in China. Qatar Airways was recently voted Airline of the Year at the Skytrax Awards 2017, as well as being awarded World’s Best Business Class, Best First Class Airline Lounge and Best Airline in the Middle EastWith the awards they have earned, Qatar Airways has won the confidence of the travelling public and with their extensive network coverage, they have become more popular with many frequent flyers in China due to their flights that connect Europe and China.

Mileslife has been expanding over 2,000 mileage earning opportunities for users, ranging from mid-to-high end restaurants and leading spas to boutique hotels, luxury resorts, recreational activities and travel packages. Once users pay via the Mileslife App, they can earn up to 1 airline mile with every 1 RMB (or equivalent) that they have spent and the miles earned will be directly credited into the frequent flyer account of the user within 3-5 working days after the transaction.

As part of this ongoing partnership, for a limited time Mileslife App users can book a flight at qatarairways.com from 3 August through to 1 September 2017 and save up to 20% on fares and earn 100% bonus Qmiles in Premium Class and 50% bonus Qmiles in Economy Class for flights between 5 August 2017 and 31 March 2018.

“We’ve noticed most of the frequent flyers are loyal customers who tend to purchase value-oriented products,” explained Troy Liu, founder and CEO of Mileslife. “After more-than-a-year operation, frequent flyers and our partners could distinguish the difference between Mileslife and other travel-related Apps, and recognize our value.”

As a renowned loyalty program expert in China, he has performed consultant services and training for many international hotel chains and airlines. Visiting over 100 countries by earning and earning miles and points in the past 15 years, he also cast light on these in his million-word blogs on Boardingarea.

Qatar Airways Vice President Customer Loyalty and Relationship Management, Dr. Ian Di Tullio, said: “We are excited about this innovative way to connect frequent flyers with daily lifestyle spending. Mileslife provides an excellent opportunity for us to activate the frequent flyer market in China and offers even more opportunities for our members to earn benefits, privileges and awards.”

About Qatar Airways Privilege Club

Privilege Club is Qatar Airways Frequent flyer programme and a way of thanking members for choosing to fly with Qatar Airways. Privilege Club members are offered benefits, privileges and attractive awards.

Privilege Club offers 4 membership tiers – Burgundy, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Each flight on Qatar Airways takes you closer to the next higher membership tier offering higher benefits and privileges. Every time members fly with Qatar Airways or use any of their partners’ services, they will earn Qmiles which can be redeemed for flights on Qatar Airways, oneworld airlines, partner airlines and services of our non-air partners.

For more details please visit qmiles.com

About Mileslife (www.mileslife.com)

Mileslife is the first App for consumers to earn airline miles and points directly through their everyday lifestyle and travel spending and help the local business to target potential high-caliber customers.

Launched in November 2015, Mileslife quickly partnered with thousands of restaurants, premium spas, tour packages, boutique hotels and luxury resorts in ChinaSingapore and other popular destinations around the globe.

Along with the rise of Chinese middle class, Mileslife aspires to awaken the class’s sense to realize the value and unleash the power of airline miles and fulfil their wishes to travel around the world.

Contact person: Yong Shu
E-mail: young@mileslife.com
Tel: +86-21-6044-0554

SOURCE Mileslife

Thailand Promotes Partnerships for a Sustainable World

By sharing its Sufficiency Economy Philosophy as a model, Thailand is helping other developing nations achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated.

Of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, the final goal – revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development – may be the most compelling of all. Because the only way we can build a better world is by working together. So many of the challenges we face, from climate change to eradicating diseases, are borderless. Although we measure results on a nation-by-nation basis, unless nations can find ways to work together for the good of our planet and its peoples, our future will ultimately be unsustainable.

As the 2016 chair of the Group of 77 – the largest coalition of developing nations at the United Nations – the Kingdom of Thailand made its primary mission to enhance cooperation between North and South and also to strengthen South-South Cooperation. This exchange of resources, technology and knowledge between developing countries, often referred to as the Global South, can be complementary to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. As chair country, Thailand worked to transform this vision into action. Even before its chairmanship, Thailand had been sharing its own model of development among countries grappling with the challenges of a changing world. That model is known as the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy.

Initiated by the late monarch King Bhumibol Adulyadej through decades of working to uplift the nation’s poor people, the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy is an approach to development and to life that is based on moderation, reasonableness and prudent decision-making. It prescribes living in harmony with the environment and making wise use of resources in order to build resilience and wellbeing. Its principles can be applied to farmers, communities, businesses and nations. In the context of the philosophy, sufficiency does not mean living in isolation. It calls for communities to work together for the common good – the essence of partnerships.

Thailand understands the value of working together. Once a country in need of development assistance, Thailand is now a donor nation, providing fund and sharing its resources of knowledge, technical assistance, scholarships and capacity building with less developed nations. In 2015, the Kingdom provided $78 million in Official Development Assistance to other countries through the Thailand International Cooperation Agency, while foreign direct investment surpassed $58 billion, with much of it going to the developing world.

While generous funding is important, even more value lies in Thailand’s willingness to share its knowledge and experience with the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. To date, representatives from 105 countries have participated in workshops, seminars and training courses hosted by Thailand on the philosophy and its applications.

Thailand has been partnering with several countries to help them implement their own development projects based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy principles and methods. Timor-Leste is employing decision-making processes based on the philosophy’s framework for sustainable agriculture projects and to support the launch of small businesses. Cambodia has established a Sufficiency Economy village as a pilot for more communities. Indonesia is using sufficiency principles shared by Thai advisors for ecological farming projects that raise incomes and quality of life for villagers. And neighboring Myanmar is working with Thai partners to establish sustainable development centers and rural development projects on sufficiency principles.

Far beyond Asia, the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy is being adopted for the benefits of local peoples. In the southern African nation of LesothoThailand has supported the establishment of a center to introduce integrated farming and agro-forestry farming that is protecting that nation’s environment while providing greater food security and livelihoods for participants. Several nations in South America have also been applying approaches based on the philosophy.

“Development approaches like the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy of Thailand, that promotes development with values, which not only complement the [SDG] agenda, but our own national development framework, will certainly help us in implementing the SDGs,” Guillame LongEcuador’sMinister of Foreign Affairs, told the UN General Assembly last year.

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 will require commitment and perseverance. For some countries in the Global South with limited resources and capacities, the tasks at hand may appear enormous. Despite its own limitations, Thailand achieved the Millennium Development Goals ahead of schedule, owing a significant degree of that success to the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. Thailand is willing to partner with any country seeking knowledge, expertise and a proven path to sustainable development. Because there is only one way to build a better world – and that way is together.

CONTACT:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Tel. +662 203 5000 ext. 22050

SOURCE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand

3M TechConnect 2017: Co-creating Future Through Science and Innovation in India

3M India’s R&D facility in Bangalore was built with the intention to accelerate development of products ‘in India for India‘; today they organised a two-day exhibition ‘Tech Connect’, to showcase some of the 10,000+ products across 3M’s 46 technology platforms. TechConnect was conceptualised to offer a platform for its customers and display an ecosystem to collaborate and co-create solutions by combining various technologies of 3M to develop unique new products. For 3M India, R&D is the backbone of its innovation and design which helps the company to create solutions for its customers.

Speaking at the event, Ms. Debarati Sen, 3M Indias Managing Director , said, “Customer and market insights are core to our innovation process. Our R&D centres in India have relentlessly worked towards understanding the needs of Indian households and markets to cater to the local needs of consumers. Our focus is also to bring to India, the best of 3M’s technologies while manufacturing products in India, in order to drive India’s growth and work closely with Government’s ‘Make in India‘ project.”

The Indian team has designed products which are unique and meaningful to a user in India in the Consumer and Industrial business verticals. In addition, it is also a critical hub to contribute product platforms for 3M’s global markets. The R&D centre showcased its innovation in the areas of heat and light management, health and safety, improving the quality of life, sustainability and design – innovations which are in sync with trends that India is currently witnessing. Also showcased at the event were core technologies which include adhesives, non-woven, advanced materials, electricals and electronics, films and advanced lighting.

Commenting at the maiden launch of Tech Connect, Dr. Kris Sridhar, Executive Director – R&D, 3M India Region, said, “India is a unique market in terms of its climate, culture and lifestyle. Therefore, it is imperative to offer practical solutions for India that impact human lives positively here, using 3M’s technologies.” He added, “The Tech Connect is an attempt to unlock all our technologies and innovations to collaborate and co-create solutions and products with our partners and customers.”

Some of the unique/award winning products designed and developed in the India R&D Centre:

Scotch-Brite TM Twister Mop: 3M India’s Scotch-Brite TM Twister Mop, a completely designed in Indiafor India product received international recognition in product design excellence by winning the 2016 Red Dot Product Design award. In a market that is flooded with a variety of floor cleaning tools, 3M India was able to empathize with a customer’s struggle of keeping the floor clean in their homes and based on in-depth market research, created an easy-to-use tool that is light in weight, has superior cleaning efficiency and a good usage experience specifically for Indian households.

Variable Messaging Sign Boards: 3M’s Smart Variable Messaging Sign solution provides real time and automated traffic updates, journey time, live congestion updates for important junctions and also intelligently suggests alternate optimal routes for road users to reach their destination sooner and safer. The 3M Smart Variable Messaging Sign solution also provides live weather updates, live air quality updates, and serves as a single window medium for dispatching emergency information to citizens across government agencies like Police, Fire, Ambulance, highway patrol etc. The system is also designed to intelligently pick up information from road side sensors to provide real time parking information to commuters. This was deployed in Bangalore during the Aero Show, in Assam during the Brahmaputra river festival and many other cities as well which won many accolades from traffic authorities and commuters.

3M™ Solar Raised Pavement Marker: A sustainable solution for road safety, the innovative full plastic body 3M Solar Raised Pavement Marker is designed with several unique features resulting in superior performance and increased run time. Solar Raised Pavement Marker (RPM) utilizes the sun’s energy to power a ‘ring’ of light that offers warning on medians during night driving. 3M Light Management Technology ensures uniform light through the ring, while the raised profile of the RPM offers tactile feedback to deliver passive safety.

Over the past five years, 3M has filed 100+ patents from R&D centres in India. 3M’s R&D centres also have a design studio where Design Thinking tools and methodologies are used to uncover latent and unmet needs of their customers. 3M applies science and innovation to make a real impact by igniting progress and inspiring innovation in lives and communities across the globe.

About 3M India

3M was established in India in 1988 and next year will complete 30 years of operations. 3M Indiaheadquarters is based in Bengaluru with branch offices at Mumbai, Gurgaon, PuneKolkataHyderabad and Chennai. 3M leverages its global innovation expertise to develop home-grown solutions that address unique needs of diverse customers in the Indian market. 3M has invested in Innovation Centers at Bengaluru and Gurgaon to boost local product development and its manufacturing footprint is spread across Bengaluru, Pune and Ahmedabad. From products that improve manufacturing efficiency and impact improved healthcare delivery to safety markers that help increase road visibility, everyday kitchen and home care aids and car care products; today, 3M innovation touches millions of Indians – making lives easier and better. For more details, visit www.3mindia.in.

Media Contact
Rishita Chiranewala
PR Consultant
Genesis
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SOURCE 3M India

PACS Vendors in Southeast Asia Focus on Tech Advances and Strong Market-entry Strategies

The highly competitive picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) market in Southeast Asia (SEA) is both lucrative and complex. The extreme range and requirements of customer segments, where large private hospitals are in their second or third generation of PACS while mid- to small-sized hospitals are only now planning budgets for their first PACS investments, compel vendors to create distinct penetration strategies for each segment. Local and international vendors are vying for a share of the region’s booming imaging informatics market through a combination of direct sales and partnerships with distributors. Technological sophistication, in terms of data management and analytics, will offer a strong competitive advantage.

“The Asia-Pacific PACS market is at an interesting stage, where vendors have the opportunity to harness business from both traditional PACS and more advanced vendor-neutral solutions,” said Connected Health Industry Analyst Natasha Gulati. “There is plenty of room for revenue growth, market penetration, and technological advances.”

End-user and Decision-maker Survey of Southeast Asian PACS Market, Forecast to 2021, new research from Frost & Sullivan’s Connected Health Growth Partnership Service program, is based on a survey of over 70 radiology decision makers across SEA. The study covers standalone, integrated radiological information system (RIS) PACS and mini PACS, and presents valuable insights on specific customer segments and countries. IndonesiaMalaysia and Thailand have the highest opportunity potential. In the Philippines, healthcare is undergoing modernization, but the country is a level-2 priority for most multinational vendors.

Click here for complimentary access to more information on this analysis and to register for a Growth Strategy Dialogue, a free interactive briefing with Frost & Sullivan’s thought leaders.

The total PACS market in Southeast Asia is expected to be worth US$329.3 million in 2021. However, constrained budgets limit the full potential of PACS implementations in the region. The dominance of incremental workflow improvements in previous deployments, coupled with little understanding of upcoming technologies like cloud and Big Data analytics, hinder investments. While the industry is moving toward interoperability, providers still see the shift as a PACS replacement rather than the migration to vendor-neutral archives (VNAs). These factors make it crucial for vendors to partner with hospitals to help them evolve through their PACS journey.

“There is a fine barrier between a PACS and a vendor-agnostic data management platform that can be easily overcome with technology,” noted Gulati. “The imaging informatics space has a strong tendency to favor horizontal IT vendors that offer greater solution flexibility, modularity and interoperability. Already evident in developed markets, this industry power shift is now taking shape in SEA.”

Key players in the market currently include GE Healthcare, Philips, Siemens, Merge Healthcare, IBM, Hitachi Data Systems, Toshiba Medical, Hitachi Aloka, Carestream, and Infinitt Healthcare. Vendors must continue to invest in technological advancements and be creative with their product mix and value proposition. Keeping up with evolving customer needs and competitive strategies is crucial because a significant proportion of business will depend on customer relations, company branding and word of mouth.

About Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today’s market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Contact us: Start the discussion

End-user and Decision-maker Survey of Southeast Asian PACS Market, Forecast to 2021
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Corporate Communications – Asia-Pacific
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E: carrie.low@frost.com

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PACS Vendors in Southeast Asia Focus on Tech Advances and Strong Market-entry Strategies

The highly competitive picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) market in Southeast Asia (SEA) is both lucrative and complex. The extreme range and requirements of customer segments, where large private hospitals are in their second or third generation of PACS while mid- to small-sized hospitals are only now planning budgets for their first PACS investments, compel vendors to create distinct penetration strategies for each segment. Local and international vendors are vying for a share of the region’s booming imaging informatics market through a combination of direct sales and partnerships with distributors. Technological sophistication, in terms of data management and analytics, will offer a strong competitive advantage.

“The Asia-Pacific PACS market is at an interesting stage, where vendors have the opportunity to harness business from both traditional PACS and more advanced vendor-neutral solutions,” said Connected Health Industry Analyst Natasha Gulati. “There is plenty of room for revenue growth, market penetration, and technological advances.”

End-user and Decision-maker Survey of Southeast Asian PACS Market, Forecast to 2021, new research from Frost & Sullivan’s Connected Health Growth Partnership Service program, is based on a survey of over 70 radiology decision makers across SEA. The study covers standalone, integrated radiological information system (RIS) PACS and mini PACS, and presents valuable insights on specific customer segments and countries. IndonesiaMalaysia and Thailand have the highest opportunity potential. In the Philippines, healthcare is undergoing modernization, but the country is a level-2 priority for most multinational vendors.

Click here for complimentary access to more information on this analysis and to register for a Growth Strategy Dialogue, a free interactive briefing with Frost & Sullivan’s thought leaders.

The total PACS market in Southeast Asia is expected to be worth US$329.3 million in 2021. However, constrained budgets limit the full potential of PACS implementations in the region. The dominance of incremental workflow improvements in previous deployments, coupled with little understanding of upcoming technologies like cloud and Big Data analytics, hinder investments. While the industry is moving toward interoperability, providers still see the shift as a PACS replacement rather than the migration to vendor-neutral archives (VNAs). These factors make it crucial for vendors to partner with hospitals to help them evolve through their PACS journey.

“There is a fine barrier between a PACS and a vendor-agnostic data management platform that can be easily overcome with technology,” noted Gulati. “The imaging informatics space has a strong tendency to favor horizontal IT vendors that offer greater solution flexibility, modularity and interoperability. Already evident in developed markets, this industry power shift is now taking shape in SEA.”

Key players in the market currently include GE Healthcare, Philips, Siemens, Merge Healthcare, IBM, Hitachi Data Systems, Toshiba Medical, Hitachi Aloka, Carestream, and Infinitt Healthcare. Vendors must continue to invest in technological advancements and be creative with their product mix and value proposition. Keeping up with evolving customer needs and competitive strategies is crucial because a significant proportion of business will depend on customer relations, company branding and word of mouth.

About Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today’s market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Contact us: Start the discussion

End-user and Decision-maker Survey of Southeast Asian PACS Market, Forecast to 2021
P96D-48

Contact:
Carrie Low
Corporate Communications – Asia-Pacific
P: +603 6204 5910
F: +603 6201 7402
E: carrie.low@frost.com

http://ww2.frost.com

 

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Neeyamo Introduces Flexi Format Data Exchange (FFDE), Supplementing the Advanced API Capabilities for its SMEs Clients

Neeyamo introduces Flexi Format Data Exchange (FFDE) functionality that supplements the open API architecture of its Verification Management System (VMS). While the open API allows a direct integration of its VMS with client’s HRIS/ ATS or any other background screening platforms, the Flexi Format Data Exchange (FFDE) allows users and user systems to interact and exchange data directly without having to integrate. This functionality assists in the seamless and swift movement of applicant data and provides the desired process visibility.

Shakil Gour, Practice Head of pre-employment Services at Neeyamo said, “Given our experience, we have realized that while many organizations want to take the API route, they are often constrained by the unavailability of resources or simply don’t have the volume to justify the effort. The default option for these organizations is to send the necessary applicant data either via e-mail or indulge in labour intensive and redundant data entry process. With an aim to create solutions that are simple and yet economical for our clients, Neeyamo has extended the functionality by building a Flexi Format Data Exchange interface that accepts data in varied formats, including excel, CSV, or any other flat file format.”

Shravan Manthena, Client Partner at Neeyamo further added, “Neeyamo follows the principles of LEAN, an improvement framework that aims at identifying and eliminating waste in a process. The user experience, data integrity and process efficiency are at the core of the solution we offer to our customers. With FFDE, we will reduce client’s burden to a large extent and improve turn-around time (TAT) while providing superior client as well as applicant experience.”

Neeyamo has extensive experience in delivering International Background Verification services across 190+ countries to its global customers. Neeyamo provides a broad range of background verification checks like Education, Employment, Reference, Address, Criminal, Identity, Global Database, Adverse Media and Drug Test, etc.

About Neeyamo

With more than 1,500 professionals specializing in delivering Global Payroll, Background Verification and HR services across 190+ countries, Neeyamo is one of the world’s foremost providers of HRO services for multinationals with operations spread across a long tail of countries. Neeyamo is also a member of National Association of Professional Background Screeners. Its service lines cover entire pre-hire to post-retire employee life cycle. For more information about Neeyamo, visit http://www.neeyamo.com.

Media Contact:
Irene Jones
HRO Evangelist
Neeyamo Enterprise Solutions (P) Ltd.
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Seaman Paper Asia Streamlines Business Operations with NetSuite OneWorld

Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, one of the world’s leading providers of cloud-based financials / ERP, HR, Professional Services Automation (PSA) and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced that Seaman Paper Asia (SPA), a leading B2B supplier of lightweight decorative tissue papers for retail packaging and consumer products, has realised significant business benefits since replacing MYOB accounting software with NetSuite OneWorld in 2013. Based in Hong Kong with two locations in mainland China, and one in Vietnam, SPA relies on NetSuite OneWorld to manage its mission-critical financial processes, distribution, inventory and order management, and customer relationship management (CRM) as well as multi-currency transactions in U.S., Hong Kong, and Singapore dollars and the Euro. Since deploying NetSuite OneWorld, the company has reduced the time needed to manage key business processes by half, and has seen a double-digit increase in top-line revenue.

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With its previous MYOB system, SPA struggled with limited reporting capabilities and inefficient double-entry of data. Additionally, the company could not easily scale and lacked the CRM and international capabilities it needed for growth. SPA selected NetSuite OneWorld to gain the scalability and flexibility it needed.

“Our goal is to be a truly global supplier, but we wouldn’t have been able to sustain our business on MYOB,” said Sam Jones, office manager at SPA. “NetSuite’s powerful customisations and access to information anywhere streamlines our processes and helps us grow.”

Since going live on NetSuite OneWorld, top-line revenue has increased 25 percent at SPA, which produces gift wrapping paper for consumers, as well as branded wrapping paper for footwear and apparel brands such as Prada, Victoria’s Secret and Louis Vuitton. SPA has eliminated the manual process of creating separate sales and purchase orders in MYOB, as NetSuite automatically generates a PO from a sales order, reducing time required by more than one-half. “All our processes have been streamlined, from sales orders to invoicing and fulfillment,” Jones said.

In addition, SPA has greatly improved visibility into key business metrics with customisable NetSuite dashboards and robust reporting and analytics that allow users to drill down from transactions into details. A single source of unified data makes it easy to track trends, identify challenges and opportunities, and continuously optimise the business.

“NetSuite gives us a very powerful reporting and analysis environment,” Jones said. “I’ve set up my dashboard in a way that I can see a cross section of sales performance data — it’s all very intuitive, easy and at my fingertips.”

“SPA is a great example of how organisations in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia can improve business performance with NetSuite,” said Herman Yong, Chief Solution Architect at One Pacific Services, a NetSuite Solution Provider in Hong Kong that implemented OneWorld at SPA.

“We’ve seen soaring demand in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia at large for cloud-based business management software that offers scale and agility not possible with outdated systems,” Herman said. “The results that SPA has seen reflect just how transformational moving to NetSuite is for companies in a range of industries.”

NetSuite OneWorld supports 190 currencies, 20 languages, automated tax calculation and reporting in more than 100 countries, and transactions in more than 200 countries. Additional benefits that SPA has realised with NetSuite OneWorld include:

Multi-currency transactions. NetSuite OneWorld enables SPA to streamline transactions in U.S., Hong Kong and Singapore dollars and the Euro, while Seaman Paper Europe transacts in the Euro and U.S. dollar.

International tax compliance. Working with NetSuite Solution Provider Alta Via, the German subsidiary uses NetSuite OneWorld to improve its European Union and Germany tax compliance.

Anytime, anywhere cloud access. Ability to access business-critical information in NetSuite OneWorld from anywhere in the world has proven vital to help SPA staff keep their fingers on the pulse of the business while traveling or working remotely.

Inventory visibility. SPA has real-time insights into inventory availability at warehouses in Hong KongGermany and the U.K., helping it better fulfill orders and manage production volume.

CRM capabilities. NetSuite CRM gives SPA sales staff a unified record of all customer account, interaction and order history information to help drive sales and provide a superior customer experience.

About Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit
Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit pioneered the Cloud Computing revolution in 1998, establishing the world’s first company dedicated to delivering business applications over the internet. Today, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit provides a suite of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), HR and omnichannel commerce software that runs the business of companies in more than 100 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.netsuite.com.

Follow Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit’s Cloud blogFacebook page and @NetSuite Twitter handle for real-time updates.

About Oracle
The Oracle Cloud offers complete SaaS application suites for ERP, HCM and CX, plus best-in-class database Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from data centers throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information about Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), please visit us at oracle.com.

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CONTACT: Suzanne Myerson, Public Relations, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, +61 414 101 583, PR@netsuite.com, Suzanne.myerson@oracle.com

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Seaman Paper Asia Streamlines Business Operations with NetSuite OneWorld

Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, one of the world’s leading providers of cloud-based financials / ERP, HR, Professional Services Automation (PSA) and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced that Seaman Paper Asia (SPA), a leading B2B supplier of lightweight decorative tissue papers for retail packaging and consumer products, has realised significant business benefits since replacing MYOB accounting software with NetSuite OneWorld in 2013. Based in Hong Kong with two locations in China, and one in Vietnam, SPA relies on NetSuite OneWorld to manage its mission-critical financial processes, distribution, inventory and order management, and customer relationship management (CRM) as well as multi-currency transactions in U.S., Hong Kong, and Singapore dollars and the Euro. Since deploying NetSuite OneWorld, the company has reduced the time needed to manage key business processes by half, and has seen a double-digit increase in top-line revenue.

With its previous MYOB system, SPA struggled with limited reporting capabilities and inefficient double-entry of data. Additionally, the company could not easily scale and lacked the CRM and international capabilities it needed for growth. SPA selected NetSuite OneWorld to gain the scalability and flexibility it needed.

“Our goal is to be a truly global supplier, but we wouldn’t have been able to sustain our business on MYOB,” said Sam Jones, office manager at SPA. “NetSuite’s powerful customisations and access to information anywhere streamlines our processes and helps us grow.”

Since going live on NetSuite OneWorld, top-line revenue has increased 25 percent at SPA, which produces gift wrapping paper for consumers, as well as branded wrapping paper for footwear and apparel brands such as Prada, Victoria’s Secret and Louis Vuitton. SPA has eliminated the manual process of creating separate sales and purchase orders in MYOB, as NetSuite automatically generates a PO from a sales order, reducing time required by more than one-half. “All our processes have been streamlined, from sales orders to invoicing and fulfillment,” Jones said.

In addition, SPA has greatly improved visibility into key business metrics with customisable NetSuite dashboards and robust reporting and analytics that allow users to drill down from transactions into details. A single source of unified data makes it easy to track trends, identify challenges and opportunities, and continuously optimise the business.

“NetSuite gives us a very powerful reporting and analysis environment,” Jones said. “I’ve set up my dashboard in a way that I can see a cross section of sales performance data — it’s all very intuitive, easy and at my fingertips.”

“SPA is a great example of how organisations in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia can improve business performance with NetSuite,” said Herman Yong, Chief Solution Architect at One Pacific Services, a NetSuite Solution Provider in Hong Kong that implemented OneWorld at SPA.

“We’ve seen soaring demand in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia at large for cloud-based business management software that offers scale and agility not possible with outdated systems,” Herman said. “The results that SPA has seen reflect just how transformational moving to NetSuite is for companies in a range of industries.”

NetSuite OneWorld supports 190 currencies, 20 languages, automated tax calculation and reporting in more than 100 countries, and transactions in more than 200 countries. Additional benefits that SPA has realised with NetSuite OneWorld include:

Multi-currency transactions. NetSuite OneWorld enables SPA to streamline transactions in U.S., Hong Kong and Singapore dollars and the Euro, while Seaman Paper Europe transacts in the Euro and U.S. dollar.

International tax compliance. Working with NetSuite Solution Provider Alta Via, the German subsidiary uses NetSuite OneWorld to improve its European Union and Germany tax compliance.

Anytime, anywhere cloud access. Ability to access business-critical information in NetSuite OneWorld from anywhere in the world has proven vital to help SPA staff keep their fingers on the pulse of the business while traveling or working remotely.

Inventory visibility. SPA has real-time insights into inventory availability at warehouses in Hong KongGermany and the U.K., helping it better fulfill orders and manage production volume.

CRM capabilities. NetSuite CRM gives SPA sales staff a unified record of all customer account, interaction and order history information to help drive sales and provide a superior customer experience.

About Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit
Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit pioneered the Cloud Computing revolution in 1998, establishing the world’s first company dedicated to delivering business applications over the internet. Today, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit provides a suite of cloud-based financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), HR and omnichannel commerce software that runs the business of companies in more than 100 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.netsuite.com.

Follow Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit’s Cloud blogFacebook page and @NetSuite Twitter handle for real-time updates.

About Oracle
The Oracle Cloud offers complete SaaS application suites for ERP, HCM and CX, plus best-in-class database Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from data centers throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information about Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), please visit us at oracle.com.

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CONTACT: Suzanne Myerson, Public Relations, Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, +61 414 101 583, PR@netsuite.com, Suzanne.myerson@oracle.com

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Internet of Things Technology Spend Expected to Grow at 18%, to Reach USD 322 Billion in 2022, Says Zinnov

North America contributes to ~43% of the total spend

Zinnov, a leading Management Consulting firm, today released the ratings for Zinnov Zones 2017 – Internet of Things Technology Services. This pre-eminent rating will enable business leaders across industries to make informed decisions in their partner selection across geographies for their Internet of Things (IoT)-led product and service initiatives.

According to the report, the overall IoT Technology spend stands at USD 140 Billion in 2017, and is expected to grow at 18% to USD 322 Billion in 2022. The study points out that Industrial, Automotive, and Energy & Utilities verticals are the biggest spenders, currently contributing to over 45% of the overall IoT Technology spend.

Out of the total IoT Technology spend of USD 140 BillionUSD 78 Billion is spent on IoT Technology services alone. This spend is expected to grow at 19%, year-on-year, to reach USD 190 Billion in 2022. The report also highlighted that the addressable IoT Technology market for Service Providers stands at USD 46 Billion. An analysis of 200 Service Providers reveals an addressed market of USD 3.3 – 3.8 Billionin a consolidated structure, with the top 20 Service Providers addressing 76% of the market.

Talking about the study, Sidhant Rastogi, Partner & Practice Head, Zinnov, said, “North Americacontinues to lead the IoT Technology spend, accounting for ~40% of the current global spend, while India is addressing ~44% of the total outsourced market. With the increasing focus on IoT, Service Providers are making IoT a dedicated P&L, exploring newer engagement models, and strengthening end-to-end expertise across the IoT value chain through internal investments, or through acquisitions and partnerships.”

Sidhant further added, “The core of IoT Technology Services will move towards buying and selling outcomes and not just technology. The focus on data sciences will thus increase multifold. Strong managed services competency will additionally help Service Providers win large end-to-end IoT projects.”

The Zinnov report highlighted some of the key trends from the study. Some of them are:
– IoT is blurring the industry lines and is helping enterprises explore newer business models and additional revenue streams.
– The power of connectivity and data is providing unprecedented visibility, control, autonomy and intelligence across verticals and use cases.
– Security, privacy, and interoperability remain the top challenges for IoT adoption.
– Technology enablers at each layer of IoT are investing to provide solutions that cater to the challenges.
– Enterprises and Service Providers are pushing for standardization in IoT through consortiums to allow interoperability of billions of connected devices.
– Innovations across the technology stack to cater to the potential IoT threats are expected to continue driving IoT investments and penetration.

About the Study:

The study titled ‘Zinnov Zones 2017 – Internet of Things Technology Services’, analyzed the Global IoT market and trends from both the ‘Spenders’ and ‘Service Providers’ POV. Global Service Providers were then rated on their IoT Technology Services’ competency across Zinnov Zones. The ratings were done extensively across segments: Advisory & Consulting, Product Engineering, System Integration, Managed Services and their respective sub-segments to analyze the overall position of an SP. Detailed ratings and the study are available on: http://zinnov.com/zones

About Zinnov

Zinnov was founded in 2002, and is headquartered in Bangalore, with presence in Gurgaon, Silicon Valley, and Houston. Since its inception, Zinnov has built in-depth expertise in Product Engineering and Digital Transformation. They assist their clients by:

– Research and strategy consulting for software service providers in the areas of Product Engineering and Digital Transformation
– Enabling companies to develop and optimize a global engineering partner strategy to achieve higher throughput, innovation, productivity, and cost savings
– Growing revenue for company’s products and services in India and other emerging markets
– Helping MNC GICs to consolidate their geographic footprint
– Enabling technology Service Providers to identify and create newer business opportunities

For more information, visit http://www.zinnov.com.

For any further media queries, please contact:
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Zinnov

 

SOURCE Zinnov Management Consulting

IDTechEx Research: RFID Market to Reach $11.2 Billion in 2017

Based on the new report “RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2017-2027“, IDTechEx Research finds that in 2017, the total RFID market will be worth $11.2bn, up from $10.52bn in 2016 and $9.95bnin 2015. This includes tags, readers and software/services for RFID labels, cards, fobs and other form factors, for passive and active RFID.

In retail, RFID continues to be rolled-out for apparel tagging predominately – that application alone will demand 8.7 Billion RFID labels in 2017 – which still has plenty of room for growth since this is less than 20% penetration of the total addressable market for apparel in 2017. In other areas, RFID in the form of tickets used for transit will demand 825 million tags in 2017 and the tagging of animals is substantial as it continues to be a legal requirement in many more territories, with 480 million tags being used for this sector in 2017.

In total, IDTechEx expects that 18.2 billion tags will be sold in 2017 versus 15.2 billion in 2016. Most of that growth is from passive UHF (RAIN) RFID labels. However, in 2017 UHF RFID tag sales by value will be 25% of the value of HF tag sales, mainly because HF tags where used for security have a higher price point versus the cheaper, usually disposable labels used for tagging things.

IDTechEx Research has analyzed the RFID market for over 18 years. This report provides detailed data and analysis of the entire sector based on our extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the various applicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening. Predominately, IDTechEx conducts research through interviews with companies across the value chain, site visits and conference visits followed by secondary research.

For UHF, HF and LF data provided includes numbers of tags, average sales price and total tag value for 24 application categories. Interrogator forecasts are broken down by frequency. The total RFID value is given for the eleven largest RFID markets.

This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture covering passive RFID, battery assisted passive and active RFID. It provides detailed forecasts and depth unmatched by any other.

For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com/rfid

Contact:
Charlotte Hibbert
Marketing & Research Co-ordinator
c.hibbert@IDTechEx.com
UK: +44(0)1223-810286

 

SOURCE IDTechEx

Malaysian Chinese spend 20% of salary on household expenditures on average

Malaysian Chinese couples have expressed themselves as willing to share their joys and sorrows together and 70% of the surveyed are willing to share in paying off a spouse’s debt.

Everyone has a different approach to filial piety, the primary duty of respect, obedience, and care for one’s parents and elderly family members. How much money do Malaysian Chinese, who place a very high value in filial piety, allocate monthly to expenses related to the home? The dating app SweetRing revealed the results of an online survey directed towards the demographic, showing that Malaysians of Chinese ancestry spend on average one fifth of their salary on household expenditures. Malaysian Chinese couples are quite willing to share everything with each other as they go through thick and thin, and that includes helping out the spouse or a member of the spouse’s family who finds themselves in debt. Seventy percent of those surveyed are willing to share in paying off the spouse’s debt.

Over 90% of husbands support their parents financially after marriage and 60% of wives insist that the same be done for the wife’s parents.

Is it acceptable for you if your spouse supports only his or her parents financially after marriage? More than 90% of husbands said yes, but wives did not agree. Up to 60% of wives noted that a husband also should support his wife’s parents financially. The results suggest that a couple should discuss their positions on filial piety early on and get their respective parents’ viewpoints on the subject before the wedding in a move to avoid marital conflicts with the topic of money after marriage.

The dating app SweetRing interviewed 500 men and 500 women online.

SOURCE SweetRing

CONTACT: Lin, +886-2-23650103*2206, lin@ipair.com

KNOWCK to Enter Southeast Asian Smart City Market Armed with Its Smart Signage Technology

KNOWCK, based in Seoul, Korea, is a market leader in digital signage software and has many years of experience with global implementation partnerships. The next step for KNOWCK is the Southeast Asian Smart City market with its IoT capable smart signage technology.

The K-ICT Born2Global Centre, a major Korean government agency, announced that KNOWCK recently completed the deployment of its “Smart Building Media System (SBMS),” which utilizes CloudCast technology in a premium apartment complex in Seoul (Seocho Prugio Summit by Daewoo E&C). Building on this recent success, KNOWCK will offer this Smart Building solution to key markets in Southeast Asia.

Equipped with KNOWCK’s CloudCast technology, over 50 display screens that have been installed throughout the apartment complex are all monitored and controlled through a cloud server. The service includes bulletin boards for various informative notices, news, and “digital nature” screens that display images of natural landscapes. The contents displayed on these screens are easily and conveniently managed by a smartphone app.

KNOWCK received this year’s “New Multi-media Technology Award” Prime Minister’s Commendation and the KOBACO CEO Award in 2015 for CloudCast. In 2013, it made it to the Red Herring Global 100 companies. A company simultaneously acknowledged at home and overseas for its technological capabilities is a rare accomplishment for a Korean startup.

CloudCast is a digital signage enterprise solution that connects various types of heterogeneous displays, including TVs, electronic street displays, and extra-large media facades found on high-rise buildings.

Among Korea’s Olympic stadiums, the one with the largest digital signage installation is Phoenix Pyeongchang Resort. This signage is being used as one of the key PR media installations for the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang, which will be held in February 2018.

KNOWCK has already started working with strategic partners in Southeast Asia, namely MalaysiaThailandSingapore, and Indonesia. Last year, it signed an MOU with the largest telecommunications company in Thailand.

It is currently in discussion with telcos in Malaysia and Indonesia. These partnerships will allow CloudCast technology to be offered to growing numbers of cities and regions in Southeast Asia.

For more detailed information on the KNOWCK, please check out https://www.cloud-cast.com/service/home?locale=en

Contact Person: Jina Lee, jlee@born2global.com

SOURCE K-ICT Born2Global Centre

CONTACT: Jina Lee, +82-10-9208-7773

With Carbon Offsets To Alleviate Poverty, Expedia combats economic inequality and climate change together

To reduce global economic inequality along with greenhouse gas emissions from its corporate travel, travel industry leader Expedia, Inc. has invested in four community-owned carbon offset projects from the non-profit Carbon Offsets to Alleviate Poverty (COTAP.org).

COTAP’s carbon offset projects counteract emissions through tree planting, agroforestry and forest protection in areas where incomes are less than $2 per day.  They are certified under Plan Vivo, the world’s longest-standing voluntary standard for forest carbon, which requires rural communities own their offset projects and that they receive at least 60% of all carbon revenues.

Expanding voluntary carbon markets and using carbon offsets were topics discussed in a recent UN intersessional meeting in Bonn, Germany on implementing the Paris climate agreement.  US withdrawal from Paris has not slowed carbon offset use by companies. Major companies which have recently announced using carbon offsets for corporate travel include retailer Zappos.com, business software giant SAP and car rental leader Hertz, to name a few.

But Expedia, whose 2016 revenues exceeded $8.7 billion, is the first Fortune 500 company to work with COTAP to offset some of its corporate travel and insure the lion’s share of the money goes directly to those who need it most.  Through donations to COTAP, Expedia offset 1,010 tonnes of atmospheric carbon, counteracting emissions from a large meeting convening leaders from many Expedia locations. The funds will be distributed evenly among COTAP’s partner projects in IndiaMalawiNicaragua and Uganda, with cash payments directly shared with smallholder farmers and forest communities there.

COTAP projects serve and connect key UN Sustainable Development Goals, including ending poverty, taking action on climate change, enhancing food security, fighting deforestation, boosting sustainable growth and employment, and protecting ecosystems and biodiversity. They’re also examples of how the private sector and communities in developing countries can work together to help meet global emissions reduction goals.

“One of Expedia’s core Corporate Social Responsibility values is climate action, so there was really was no question about whether or not working with COTAP made sense. Travel is a large contributor to carbon emissions and given that we are in the business of travel anything we can do to help alleviate the impact we’re on board. We are very excited to be working with COTAP and look forward to what we can accomplish together,” said Tony Donohoe, SVP and CTO, Expedia Worldwide Engineering at Expedia, Inc.

“By offsetting through COTAP, Expedia is creating over $5.00 per tonne in direct, life-changing income for the world’s poorest people,” said Tim Whitley, COTAP founder. “This unsurpassed level of direct carbon revenue sharing is made possible by the combination of Plan Vivo’s 60% community revenue sharing requirement, the premium price of $9 per tonne COTAP pays projects, and our modest and transparent margin of 9.1%. Our projects create other indirect co-benefits like improved food security, biodiversity, soil quality, and reduced erosion.  But income is the ultimate benefit because beneficiaries can use it to pay for income-generating assets, medical treatment, food, or their children’s school fees.”

Expedia’s donation to COTAP also gives its more than 20,000 employees worldwide access to COTAP’s Employee Offset Matching Program via Expedia Cares. It lets employees double the amount of carbon emissions they can offset and halve the effective rate they pay. At COTAP.org/Expedia, they can calculate, learn to reduce, and offset their carbon footprint of any size.

A full version of this release is posted here.

Contact: Stephen Kent, skent@kentcom.com 914-589-5988

 

SOURCE COTAP.org

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Japanese Tourism Rising Through the Ranks

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), the official tourism board of Japan, is pleased to report that major cities, including TokyoOsaka and Kyoto are experiencing tourism growth and becoming more visible as top International destinations.

In Euromonitor’s Top 100 City Destinations Ranking 2017, the organization named Japan one of the year’s greatest success stories. Tokyo rose six places to 17, and Osaka leapt twenty-seven places to 55, experiencing 52% more tourist arrivals in 2015 than 2014. Further evidence that Osaka is on the rise, the city’s Hotel St. Regis was recently named both one of the 10 best city hotels in Asia and one of the top 100 hotels in the world by Travel & Leisure. Kyoto also moved up eleven places to 89 in the Euromonitor report, experiencing over 47% year-over-year arrival growth in 2015 over 2014. In addition, Kyoto was listed fourth on Travel & Leisure’s 2017 The World’s Top 15 Cities list.

Japan’s large cities are not the only destinations on the rise, however. The hot springs region Yunokawain Hokkaido, the northern part of Japan, was named first of 20 idyllic beach getaways around Asia by CNN Travel. In addition, Sapporo, best known for its magnificent snow festival in February is also gaining popularity, as people are discovering there is much to see throughout Hokkaido. Just a short two hour flight away from Tokyo, here visitors can immerse themselves in nature, indulge in delicious local cuisine, unwind at abundant hot springs, and enjoy four distinct seasons.

From cultural experiences to diverse landscapes to delicious cuisine, Japan continues to attract visitors from around the globe for its endless discovery.

About Japan National Tourism Organization 

As the official tourism board of Japan, JNTO is involved in a wide range of promotional activities to encourage international travelers to visit Japan.

For more information, visit us on our WebsiteFacebookTwitter, and Google+.

Media Contact:
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) New York Office
jntonyc_press@jntonyc.org

 

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IBM sets new record for magnetic tape storage; makes tape competitive for cloud storage

IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) scientists have achieved a new world record in tape storage – their fifth since 2006. The new record of 201 Gb/in(gigabits per square inch) in areal density was achieved on a prototype sputtered magnetic tape developed by Sony Storage Media Solutions. The scientists presented the achievement today at the 28th Magnetic Recording Conference (TMRC 2017) here.

Tape storage is currently the most secure, energy efficient and cost-effective solution for storing enormous amounts of back-up and archival data, as well as for new applications such as Big Data and cloud computing.

This new record areal recording density is more than 20 times the areal density used in current state of the art commercial tape drives such as the IBM TS1155 enterprise tape drive, and it enables the potential to record up to about 330 terabytes (TB) of uncompressed data* on a single tape cartridge that would fit in the palm of your hand. 330 terabytes of data are comparable to the text of 330 million books, which would fill a bookshelf that stretches slightly beyond the northeastern to the southwestern most tips of Japan.

Magnetic tape data storage is currently experiencing a renaissance. With this achievement, IBM scientists demonstrate the viability of continuing to scale the tape roadmap for another decade.

“Tape has traditionally been used for video archives, back-up files, replicas for disaster recovery and retention of information on premise, but the industry is also expanding to off-premise applications in the cloud,” said IBM Fellow Evangelos Eleftheriou. “While sputtered tape is expected to cost a little more to manufacture than current commercial tape that uses Barium ferrite (BaFe), the potential for very high capacity will make the cost per TB very attractive, making this technology practical for cold storage in the cloud.”

To achieve 201 billion bits per square inch, IBM researchers developed several new technologies, including:

  • Innovative signal-processing algorithms for the data channel, based on noise-predictive detection principles, which enable reliable operation at a linear density of 818,000 bits per inch with an ultra-narrow 48nm wide tunneling magneto-resistive (TMR) reader.
  • A set of advanced servo control technologies that when combined enable head positioning with an accuracy of better than 7 nanometers. This combined with a 48nm wide (TMR) hard disk drive read head enables a track density of 246,200 tracks per inch, a 13-fold increase over a state of the art TS1155 drive.
  • A novel low friction tape head technology that permits the use of very smooth tape media

IBM has been working closely with Sony Storage Media Solutions for several years, particularly on enabling increased areal recording densities. The results of this collaboration have led to various improvements in the media technology, such as advanced roll-to-roll technology for long sputtered tape fabrication and better lubricant technology, which stabilizes the functionality of the magnetic tape.

Many of the technologies developed and used in the areal density demonstrations are later incorporated into future tape products. Two notable examples from 2007 include an advanced noise predictive maximum likelihood read channel and first generation BaFe tape media.

IBM has a long history of innovation in magnetic tape data storage. Its first commercial tape product, the 726 Magnetic Tape Unit, was announced more than 60 years ago. It used reels of half-inch-wide tape that each had a capacity of about 2 megabytes. The areal density demonstration announced today represents a potential increase in capacity of 165,000,000 times compared with IBM’s first tape drive product. This announcement reaffirms IBM’s ongoing commitment and leadership in magnetic tape technology.

* Assuming the same format overheads as the TS1155 format and taking into account the 6.4% increase in tape length enabled by the thinner demo tape. A TS1155 JD cartridge, can hold 15 TB of uncompressed data in a 4.29 in. x 4.92 in. x 0.96 in. (109.0 mm x 125 mm x 24.5 mm) form factor

201 Gb/in² Recording Areal Density on Sputtered Magnetic Tape, Simeon FurrerMark A. LantzPeter ReiningerAngeliki Pantazi, Hugo E. Rothuizen, Roy D. CideciyanGiovanni CherubiniWalter HaeberleEvangelos EleftheriouJunichi TachibanaNoboru SekiguchiTakashi AizawaTetsuo EndoTomoe Ozaki, Teruo Sai, Ryoichi HiratsukaSatoshi Mitamura, and Atsushi Yamaguchi, DOI 10.1109/TMAG.2017.2727822, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7984852/

For more on the history of IBM and magnetic tape storage visit: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/history/ibm100/us/en/icons/tapestorage/

Find more details about magnetic tape technology at: http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/zurich/sto/tape/arealdensity.html

Join the conversation on Twitter @IBMResearch and #5thtaperecord

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Video: https://youtu.be/Wm1JiI6CppU

About IBM Research – Zurich

www.zurich.ibm.com

Contacts
Chris Sciacca
IBM Research (EMEA)
+41 44 724 8443
cia@zurich.ibm.com

Greg Vitarelli
IBM Storage and Software Defined Infrastructure
+1 617 455 9627
vitarelli@us.ibm.com

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Photoresist Market Worth 4.15 Billion USD by 2022

The report “Photoresist Market by Photoresist Type (Arf Immersion, Arf Dry, KrF, I-Line, G-Line), Photoresist Ancillaries Type (Anti-Reflective Coatings, Remover, Developer), Application, and Region – Global Forecast to 2022″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the market was valued at USD 3.01 Billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 4.15 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2017 to 2022.

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The market is driven by increase in demand for photoresist from various application segments, such as semiconductors & ICs, LCDs, printed circuit boards, and for other applications, such as, MEMs, NEMs, and sensors.

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Semiconductors & ICs is estimated to be the largest application segment of the global photoresist market

Among applications, the semiconductors & ICs segment is estimated to lead the global photoresist market during the forecast period. Photoresist is used in the electronics industry, particularly in semiconductors & ICs, and printed circuit board designs. ICs are used in a large number of electronics devices, including smartphones, mobile devices, PCs & laptops, tablets, and advanced gaming devices. Photoresist is a thin layer used to transfer a circuit pattern to the semiconductor substrate, which it is deposited upon. The increase in demand for wearable devices and consumer electronics act as key growth drivers for photoresist market.

Based on type, the ArF immersion is projected to be the fastest-growing segment of the global photoresist market

The ArF immersion technology is widely used in Large Scale Integration (LSI) circuits. The narrow wavelength of ArF light source and increased refractive index due to immersion assist photoresist users in meeting their needs of miniaturizing products with improved performance. The demand for ArF immersion photoresist is growing due to its unique properties, such as narrow wavelength, which prevents spreading of light.

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Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest share of the global photoresist market in 2016. Currently, Taiwanis the largest market for photoresist in the Asia-Pacific region and is expected to continue its dominance during the forecast period. In China and Japan, the demand for photoresist is expected to increase due to the growing electronics industry and rapid economic expansion. In addition, population growth in these countries serves as a huge customer base for the manufacturers of photoresist.

Key companies profiled in the global Photoresist Market report include The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.), E.I. Du Pont de Nemours (U.S.), Fujifilm Electronics Materials Co., Ltd. (Japan), JSR Corporation (Japan), TOKYO OHKA KOGYO Co., LTD. (Japan), Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd. (Japan), Sumitomo Chemicals Co., Ltd. (Japan), Merck AZ Electronics Materials (Germany), and Microchemicals GmbH (Germany), ALLRESIST GmbH (Germany), Avantor Performance Materials, LLC (U.S.).

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Pointer Telocation Announces That an Application to Recognize a Claim as a Class Action Was Filed Against the Company

Pointer Telocation Ltd. (Nasdaq: PNTR; TASE: PNTR) – a leading developer and operator of Fleet and Mobile Resource Management (MRM) solutions, announced today that an application to recognize a claim as a class action has been filed, in the Central District Court, Israel, against the company on July 27, 2017.

 

 

The company has not yet been duly served with a copy of the application and the application is subject to the court’s approval.

In the application, the applicant claims that the basis for the claim is misleading some of the company customers, claiming that during the last seven years the company is charging them for a superior system while installing an inferior system.

The claimed amount, if the claim is certified as a class action, is estimated by the applicant to be NIS 1,332 per client and NIS 50,000,000 in the aggregate.

At this early stage the company cannot estimate the chances of this claim.

Forward Looking Statements

This press release contains historical information and forward-looking statements within the meaning of The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 with respect to the business, financial condition and results of operations of the Company. The words “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “seems,” “plan,” “aim,” “should” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such statements reflect the current views, assumptions and expectations of the Company with respect to future events and are subject to risks and uncertainties. Many factors could cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements that may be expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements, including, among others, changes in the markets in which the Company operates and in general economic and business conditions, loss or gain of key customers and unpredictable sales cycles, competitive pressures, market acceptance of new products, inability to meet efficiency and cost reduction objectives, changes in business strategy and various other factors, both referenced and not referenced in this press release. Various risks and uncertainties may affect the Company and its results of operations, as described in reports filed by the Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission from time to time. The Company does not assume any obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

 

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 Gavriel Frohwein/ Ehud Helft, GK Investor Relations    

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E-mail: yanivd@pointer.com            

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Biobanking Market Worth 2.69 Billion USD by 2022

According to a new market research Biobanking Market by Product and Service (Equipment, Consumables, Services, Software), Sample Type (Blood Products, Human Tissues, Cell Lines, Nucleic Acids), Application (Regenerative Medicine, Life Science, Clinical Research) – Global Forecast to 2022, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Biobanking Market is expected to reach USD 2.69 Billion by 2022 from USD 1.85 Billion in 2017, at a CAGR of 7.8%. Factors driving the growth of this market include the increasing number of genomics research activities for studying diseases; advances in biobanking and the growing trend of conserving cord blood stem cells of newborns; government & private funding to support regenerative medicine research; and the growing need for cost-effective drug discovery and development.

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The equipment segment is expected to dominate the market in 2017

By product and service, the Biobanking Market is segmented into equipment, consumables, services, and software. The equipment segment is expected to dominate the global Biobanking Market in 2017. Rising number of biobanks and the increasing number of biospecimens are factors increasing the demand for biobanking equipment.

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Blood products are estimated to command the largest market share in 2017

The Biobanking Market is segmented by sample type into blood products, human tissues, nucleic acids, human waste products, cell lines, and biological fluids. In 2017, the blood products segment is expected to account for the largest share of the biobanking market, by sample type. Rising incidence of blood disorders and the increasing demand for various types of blood products across the globe are driving the growth of this segment.

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North America is expected to account for the largest share of the market in 2017

Based on region, the Biobanking Market is segmented into North AmericaEuropeAsia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). North America is expected to dominate the Biobanking Market in 2017, this is attributed to factors like increasing research activities in regenerative medicine, cell and gene therapy; growing interest in personalized medicine and biomarker discovery; increasing number of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies; and rising investments in genomics and proteomics research in the region as compared to other regions.

Key players in the Biobanking Market include Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (U.S.), Tecan Group Ltd. (Switzerland), Qiagen N.V. (Germany), Hamilton Company (U.S.), Brooks Automation (U.S.), TTP Labtech Ltd (U.K.), VWR Corporation (U.S.), Promega Corporation (U.S.), Worthington Industries [(Taylor Wharton, U.S.)],  Chart Industries (U.S.), Becton, Dickinson and Company (U.S.), Merck KGaA (Germany), Micronic (Netherlands), LVL Technologies GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), Panasonic Healthcare Holdings Co. Ltd (Japan), Greiner Bio One [Greiner Holding AG, Austria)], Biokryo GmbH (Germany), Biobank AS (Norway), Biorep Technologies Inc. (U.S.), Cell & Co Bioservices (France), RUCDR infinite biologics (U.S.), Modul-Bio (France), CSols Ltd (U.K.), Ziath (U.K.), and LabVantage Solutions Inc. (U.S.).

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S3 Partners Real-Time Short Interest And Securities Finance Analytics Now Available In Thomson Reuters Eikon App Studio

S3 Partners (“S3”), a market-leading1 financial technology company, today introduced its BLACK APP on the Thomson Reuters Eikon App Studio. The BLACK APP delivers real-time short interest, market-standard borrow and loan rates, and predictive analytics that identify trading and portfolio-finance opportunities on 28,000+ public equities, indices and ETFs globally.

“Collaboration over our open platform is a key component to delivering a world-class trading solution on Eikon,” said Michael Chin, co-head of Trading, Thomson Reuters. “By adding S3’s BLACK APP, Eikon buy-side clients have an incredibly powerful analytical tool to leverage in their trading decisions.”

“S3 Partners is focused on developing and delivering predictive analytics that lead to better investment outcomes for market professionals that utilize the BLACK APP,” said Bob Sloan, Managing Partner, S3 Partners. “Thomson Reuters Eikon is a leading global financial platform and is an ideal partner for S3 to deliver its award-winning app.”

Every type of market participant, from the buy or sell side, can utilize the BLACK APP to deliver powerful, real-time analytics including the ability to:

  • See accurate real-time short interest levels on a per share and percentage-of-float basis instead of having to wait for numbers that are only published twice per month;
  • See how short selling, short covering, long selling and potential short squeezes impact portfolios;
  • See and track crowded shorts for specific corporate names, ETFs, sectors and indices;
  • See how borrow and lend activity can impact price and financing rate movements; and
  • See utilization rates, days to cover and financing costs.

The BLACK APP draws on S3’s unique data sources to generate insights and analytics that complement the Eikon user’s workflow. In addition, portfolios can be integrated and easily uploaded to the BLACK APP via Excel.

In addition, S3 Partners announced that its BLACK MID RATE is now available on the Thomson Reuters Eikon App Studio. The BLACK MID RATE is the weighted mid-market financing rate for borrow and loan activity that provides indicative financing market insight into what has been historically one of the most opaque areas of the securities market. BLACK MID RATE information is available for 28,000+ public equities, indices and ETFs globally.

Thomson Reuters Eikon is a powerful and intuitive next-generation solution for consuming pricing, reference and historical data and connecting with the financial markets community. Its award-winning news, analytics and data visualization tools help its users make more efficient trading and investment decisions across asset classes and instruments including commodities, derivatives, equities, fixed income and foreign exchange. Thomson Reuters Eikon is a leading desktop and mobile solution that is open, connected, informed and intelligent, and provides access to a messaging community of over 300,000 financial professionals.

For more details on how to access the BLACK APP and BLACK MID RATE, please visit the App Studio on the Thomson Reuters Eikon platform.

1 S3 Partners’ market-leading distinctions include: Waters Technology “Best Buy-Side Data Analytics Tool 2016,” HFMWeek U.S. Hedge Fund Service Awards 2016 “Best Research and Data Vendor,” Waters Technology-Inside Market Data “Best Big Data Analytics and Technology Provider 2017,” and Bob Sloan has been included among Institutional Investor’s “Trading Technology 40” for past three consecutive years.

About Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of news and information for professional markets. Our customers rely on us to deliver the intelligence, technology and expertise they need to find trusted answers. The business has operated in more than 100 countries for more than 100 years. Thomson Reuters shares are listed on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges. For more information, visit www.thomsonreuters.com

About S3 Partners
Founded in 2003, S3 Partners is a market-leading financial technology company with approximately $2 trillion in Assets under Analytics (“AuA”). Clients use our BLACKLIGHT SaaS platform, securities finance data, and short interest analytics for better outcomes in their investing, trading, counterparty risk and treasury management.

S3’s homegrown, vertically integrated technology can be quickly customized so that investment, risk, and operations professionals can “report on anything and oversee everything.” S3’s data and analytics are seen by over 600,000 global market professionals each and every trading day.

To learn more about S3 Partners, please visit our website and our LinkedIn page. Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter:

@S3Partners      @ihorS3      @mattuntermanS3

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Brian D. Bertsch
Public Relations Manager
Thomson Reuters | Financial & Risk
+1-646-223-5985
Brian.Bertsch@thomsonreuters.com

Michael D. Herley
Managing Director
Kekst for S3 Partners
+1-212-521-4897
Michael.Herley@kekst.com

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