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城大逾三百名本地及海外生写挥春迎接农历新年学习传统文化

18年02月13日 比特币米编辑 | |

香港 2018年02月13日 /ChinaNewswire.com/ 农历新年快将来临,书写挥春向来是中国的传统习俗。香港城市大学为了增加国际学生及交流生认识香港新年传统习俗和气氛,学生宿舍处特别在新年前夕于校内举办挥春书法活动。活动当天有超过315名来自26个国家,包括欧美及亚洲的国际学生及交流生参加,现场气氛非常热闹,充满着过节的喜庆气氛。虽然有些参与的同学不黯汉字,但仍然非常投入,并由本地学生教导书写挥春,充满着互动氛围,突显了校园国际化的特色。

有海外交流生表示:「这次是首次接触中国书法,同时认识到香港过新年的传统习俗,感到非常新鲜,为在港留学生活加添了特别的回忆。」而协助海外学生书法的本地学生就指:「虽然在香港成长,每年也庆祝农历新年,但就没有试过书写新年挥春,而这次与一众外藉同学参与活动,加深了对传统的认识外,亦是一次与他们互相交流的好机会。」

举办是次挥春书法活动的香港城市大学学生宿舍处处长林健表示:「在校国内举办传统习俗的活动是希望一众国际学生能够在大学学习学术知识的同时,能够认识香港的文化,感受传统节日的气氛,亦制造更多机会让本地与外海学生互动和交流,建立更广阔的国际视野,互相欣赏不同国家的传统文化。」

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关于香港城市大学
城大致力从事专业教育及研究,培育具备应对日新月异的全球化社会能力的毕业生。城大历年来阔步向前,近年来在大学排名榜上表现卓越,现位列亚洲十大,并位列全球前50名。城大发展迅速,学术范畴涵盖科学及工程、商业管理、创意媒体、法律、人文社会科学、能源及环境、动物医学。 城大开创的「重探索求创新」课程,即以探索与创新为目标,提供专业教育并从事问题导向式研究。受益于校园内学习空间的扩大和教研设施的更新,「重探索求创新」课程将致力实现城大的策略发展计划,引领大学迈进新纪元。

Source: cityuniversityhongkong

China Mobile Research Institute Enlists VIAVI to Support Introduction of 5G Service

San Jose, CA, February 12, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – VIAVI Solutions (NASDAQ: VIAV) today announced a collaboration with China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC) to introduce 5G service in China by the end of 2019. VIAVI is a preferred vendor of China Mobile, supporting their specific technologies and aggressive roadmap with advanced test solutions. VIAVI will provide test and measurement hardware and software for China Mobile and several equipment manufacturers to support development of Slicing Packet Network (SPN) with FlexE interface, the technology the carrier is positioning for 5G transport.

Based on extensive analysis of 5G transport network requirements, CMCC has determined that Slicing Packet Network (SPN) is an optimal technology to support next-generation architecture, bandwidth, traffic model, network slicing, latency and time synchronization. Flexible Ethernet or FlexE is used in conjunction with SPN to create smaller Ethernet channels from a larger one, or vice versa, to guarantee quality of service (QoS) and isolation between slices at the transport layer. CMCC has requested that the ITU undertake standardization of SPN. VIAVI is committing to support CMCC by delivering an SPN test platform, establishing a common foundation for network equipment manufacturers, chip developers and transceiver vendors to validate products based on this technology.

In January 2018, Madam Yang Zhiqiang, Deputy General Manager of China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) welcomed Oleg Khaykin, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Tom Fawcett, Vice President and General Manager, Lab & Production Business Unit, VIAVI Solutions, to her offices for strategic meetings on 5G planning. The CMRI is a technical organization within the CMCC group and is responsible for new technology research, standardization, and qualification of infrastructure equipment-including testing protocols.

“VIAVI has been honored to collaborate with China Mobile on analyzing 5G network scenarios and proposing technology strategy,” said Khaykin. “In order to realize China Mobile’s vision of introducing 5G service by the end of 2019, principal technologies including SPN for transport must be standardized by the ITU-T. We have advanced our test technology to meet this objective, and our solutions are ready to support the China Mobile ecosystem of partners to deliver interoperable network infrastructure.”

About VIAVI Solutions
VIAVI (NASDAQ: VIAV) is a global provider of network test, monitoring and assurance solutions to communications service providers, enterprises and their ecosystems, supported by a worldwide channel community including VIAVI Velocity Solution Partners. We deliver end-to-end visibility across physical, virtual and hybrid networks, enabling customers to optimize connectivity, quality of experience and profitability. VIAVI is also a leader in high performance thin film optical coatings, providing light management solutions to anti-counterfeiting, consumer electronics, automotive, defense and instrumentation markets. Learn more about VIAVI at www.viavisolutions.com. Follow us on VIAVI Perspectives, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.

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Source: VIAVISolutions

中国移动邀请VIAVI助推其5G新技术。

18年02月12日 比特币米编辑 | |

VIAVI Solutions 公司(纳斯达克股票代码:VIAV)今天宣布与中国移动通信集团公司合作(CMCC),以便2019年底前在中国引入5G服务。VIAVI作为中国移动的首选供应商,一如既往地提供先进的解决方案以支撑其具体技术需求及领先的路线图。VIAVI将为中国移动及相关的设备制造商提供测试和测量硬件及软件,来支持其SPN-FlexE的开发,该技术已为5G x-hual的主要承载技术。

加利福尼亚州圣何塞市 2018年02月12日 /ChinaNewswire.com/ VIAVI Solutions 公司(纳斯达克股票代码:VIAV)今天宣布与中国移动通信集团公司合作(CMCC),以便2019年底前在中国引入5G服务。VIAVI作为中国移动的首选供应商,一如既往地提供先进的解决方案以支撑其具体技术需求及领先的路线图。VIAVI将为中国移动及相关的设备制造商提供测试和测量硬件及软件,来支持其SPN-FlexE的开发,该技术已为5G x-hual的主要承载技术。

基于对5G传输承载网络需求的广泛分析,中国移动已经确定,切片分组网络(SPN)是最佳的技术,用其来支撑下一代网络架构,带宽,流量模式,切片,延迟及时间同步。弹性以太网或FlexE与SPN绑定使用灵活实现从一个较大的物理链路创建成较小的物理通道,或反之亦然,以保证服务质量(QoS)及在传输层间切片的隔离。中国移动已需求ITU组织的SPN-FlexE的标准化。Viavi 通过提供SPN-FlexE测试平台致力于支持中国移动,同时为网络设备制造商、芯片开发商和模块供应商建立一个共同行业测试基准,以便更好地验证基于这种技术的产品。

2018年1月,中国移动研究院(CMRI) 副院长杨志强女士欢迎VIAVI Solutions 总裁兼首席执行官Oleg Khaykin,副总裁兼实验室和生产业务部总经理 Tom Fawcett,到她的办公室参加5G计划与合作的战略会议。CMRI是中国移动集团内部的技术组织,负责新技术的研究、标准化和相关设备的验证包括协议测试。

“VIAVI很荣幸的能与中国移动合作,分析5G网络场景并提出技术战略,”Khaykin说。”为了实现2019年底前推出5G服务的愿景,主要技术包括用于X-hual承载网的SPN-FlexE,必须由国际电联进行标准化。我们正在持续不断地开发新的测试技术,来实现这一目标。而我们的解决方案已准备好,为支持中国移动合作伙伴生态系统提供可靠的网络基础构架。

关于 VIAVI Solutions
VIAVI(纳斯达克代码:VIAV)是全球通信网络测试服务、监控和性能测试解决方案的供应商,以服务于运营商,企业及其生态系统,具有广泛全球渠道网络支持。我们可跨越物理媒介,虚拟以及混合网络提供端到端的可视性,以帮助客户优化业务的连接,提供用户的体验和增强盈收能力。VIAVI也是高性能薄膜光学涂层的领导者,为防伪提供轻量化管理解决方案,同时覆盖消费电子,汽车,军工和仪器仪表市场。欲了解更多关于VIAVI信息,请浏览 www.viavisolutions.com。在VIAVI的视角,LinkedIn,Twitter,YouTube和Facebook上关注我们。

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Source: VIAVISolutions

Rutronik aims for expansion in Asia, looks to hire on new talent

Hong Kong, China, February 8, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – New Rutronik employees can expect training sessions in Germany – but not too much German ‘seriousness’!

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH (Rutronik) is a well established player in Asia’s electronics supply chain. The company now has a total of seven sales offices across the region – three on the Chinese mainland (Shenzhen, Shanghai and Chengdu), and one each in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Thailand. Hong Kong also serves as Rutronik’s Asian logistics center.

Rutronik now plans to expand its Asian presence, in terms of both infrastructure and staff. The enlarged facilities, which allow rapidly increasing teams to sit in, include new office room in Shanghai, with move-in at the end of January; as well as in Shenzhen, scheduled for no later than October 2018. In Singapore, a new office with legal entity will be opened within the first quarter. Then three additional offices are planned for the second half of 2018, in Tianjin, Malaysia, and India. An additional warehouse is to be built in Shanghai.

Between now and 2020 the distributor will also be recruiting new talent in the region at an annual rate of 20-50%. The following positions have now been approved and are eagerly recruited: a Customs Clearance Specialist for China business; a Supply Chain Manager; and a Quality Manager.

Optimizing the work environment

New employees at Rutronik will find they are treated well. Rutronik takes its social responsibilities very seriously and seeks to develop its employees’ skills and knowledge to the fullest. The company gives its staff every opportunity to undertake further training at Rutronik’s headquarters in Germany, where they can meet and talk with their German colleagues and exchange vital information about suppliers and markets. They also gain a deeper understanding of Rutronik’s corporate culture.

These training sessions are not all hard work. Visiting colleagues have the opportunity to visit places of interest and take part in local ‘special events.’ Rutronik employee Ted Tsai, from Taiwan, commented that, “The training was a very nice experience. The most memorable event was St. Nicholas Day, celebrated on 6 December. We had so much fun at this big party in the evening, tasting traditional German sausages and drinking mulled wine. This was a truly special event.”

As a responsible employer, Rutronik knows that its human resources are its most valuable resources!

Learn more about products and services from Rutronik at www.rutronik.com.

About Rutronik (www.rutronik.com)

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH is the third largest distributor in Europe (European Distribution Report 2016) and the number ten worldwide (SourceToday, May 2017). The broadline distributor supplies semiconductors, passive and electromechanical components as well as boards, storage, displays wireless products. The company’s primary target markets are the automotive, medical, industrial, home appliance, energy and lighting industries. The ranges RUTRONIK EMBEDDED, RUTRONIK SMART, RUTRONIK POWER and RUTRONIK AUTOMOTIVE provide customers with specific products and services in groups tailored to the respective applications. Expert technical support for product development and design-in, individual logistics and supply chain management solutions as well as comprehensive services complete its scope of performance.

The company, founded by Helmut Rudel in 1973 in Ispringen, Germany, now has over 70 subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Rutronik employs more than 1,600 staff worldwide and achieved Group sales of 950 million euros in the fiscal year 2017.

Source: ChinaNewswire.com

WeWork Fortifies 2018 Growth By Launching the Creator Awards To Energize Greater China’s Innovation Ecosystem

Hong Kong, China, February 6, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – WeWork Fortifies 2018 Growth By Launching the Creator Awards To Energize Greater China’s Innovation Ecosystem

-Building on achievements and robust business momentum in Greater China, 2017 was also the biggest year in WeWork’s 7-year history

-By the end of 2018, WeWork will be accelerating its development to several other locations in Hong Kong including LKF Tower. Meanwhile, WeWork will be expanding its presence to 8 more new cities in China, including Shenzhen, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Xia Men, Cheng Du, Nan Jing, Xi’An and Wuhan

-Meeting increasing demand of customized spaces with enterprise solutions like Powered by We

-A major global initiative, the WeWork Creator Awards is now open for applications in Greater China to recognize and reward local creators

-Four categories of award amounting to over USD 1 million (HKD 7.8 million) for regional winners

-The Creator Awards will culminate in a Regional Semi-Final Event in Shanghai on April 12, 2018 for the regional championship

Hong Kong (February 06, 2018) —WeWork—the platform for creators that provides the space, community and services to help people make a life, not just a living announced today that its global initiative Creator Awards, is now officially launched in Greater China and open for applications from both WeWork members and public.

Marking its debut in Asia, the WeWork Creator Awards is a unique and major global initiative championing the recognition of a new wave of creators that are breaking the mold of conventional norms. Initiated last year, the Creator Awards sets itself apart by recognizing and rewarding creators across all industries and all stages of growth. Welcoming new ventures, startups to non-profits of the world, anyone who brings a new idea into the world is a creator.

Individuals or organizations interested can apply online at creatorawards.wework.com and applications will be closed on March 13, 2018. Along with the Regional Semi-Final event for the Greater China market to be held on April 12, 2018 at the Shanghai West Bund Art Center, creators will be taking center stage in hopes of being crowned a winner across four categories.

Redefining a New Horizon of Creators Through The Creator Awards

With the Regional Semi-Final event held in eight cities including Washington D.C., Detroit, Austin, London, Berlin, Tel Aviv and New York, and Mexico City, more than 7,000 applications were attracted from the U.S., Europe and the Middle East (Tel Aviv) and Latin America in 2017 and 2018. In addition to supporting the community that WeWork serves, more than 20,000 people participated in the Creator Awards Regional Semi-Final events and Global Finals including the master classes, job fairs and pop-up markets. Moreover, the final 167 winners from 2017 and 2018 were awarded with a total funding of USD15.6 million (about HKD 121 million; including funding awarded at the Global Finals last month) and resulted in hundreds of jobs being created.

“With 2018 a year of tremendous growth and expansion for us, we are excited to take this a step further by launching the Creator Awards in Greater China. WeWork China will continue to drive a new era of expansion and innovation by revolutionizing work empowered by our global platform,” said Christian Lee, Managing Director of WeWork Asia. “Staying grounded to our core of creating your life’s work, we look forward to the Creator Awards unleashing even greater creativity and ideas that will transform the world. Along with our commitment to the Greater China region, WeWork will continue shaping the growth of more creators as we build on our growth trajectory.”

Along with WeWork unifying the entire ecosystem into one experience in 2018, the WeWork Creator Awards took off in Mexico City on 01 Feb, and will be landing in Shanghai, San Francisco, S#227;o Paulo, Seoul, London, Berlin, Nashville, and Jerusalem before concluding in New York City for the Creator Awards Global Finals in early 2019.

Four Award Categories Amounting to over USD 1 million (HKD 7.8 million) For Regional Winners

This year, WeWork has set up four different categories of awards for applicants from different industries and circles:

New Venture Award
USD130K – USD360K per award (HKD1 million – HKD2.8 million per award)
You’re a startup, entrepreneur, or established enterprise with a plan to take things further. Select applicants from this category will pitch their idea to a panel of judges; finalists will pitch live on stage at the Regional Semi-Final event for the chance to take home funding.

Performing Arts Award
USD18K – USD72K per award (HKD140K – HKD562K per award)
You’re a musical group, dance troupe, slam poet, aerial silk artist, or other live performer, and you’re interested in sharing your art with our audience. Finalists from this category will secure a paid gig at the Regional Semi-Final event.

Non-profit Award
USD130K – USD360K per award (HKD1 million – HKD2.8 million per award)
You’re a registered charity or non-profit organization looking to expand your efforts. Select applicants from this category will pitch their idea to a panel of judges; finalists will pitch live on stage at their regional event for the chance to take home funding.

Community Giver Award
USD36K – USD130K per award (HKD281K – HKD1 million per award)
You’re an individual or collective who takes initiative—starting a community garden, helping the elderly, making public art, or dedicating yourself to another local endeavor with impact. Finalists from this category will compete for funding to honor their contributions.

WeWork Creator Awards Detroit Finalist Accelerating Her Startup in Greater China

With the Creator Awards 2017 a launchpad for turning dreams into reality, Ms. Wen Yao, a finalist from the Detroit leg of the Creator Awards, is now embarking into the Chinese market and is currently based in WeWork Yunnan Lu, Shanghai. “Being a proud finalist, the Creator Awards is an inspirational platform that changes lives for creators to continue having the capacity and resources to do what they love,” said Ms. Wen Yao, Co-Founder of POWWFUL, a female sportswear brand.

“Although we did not clinch the finals, the networking opportunities gained us with connections with like-minded members that are also on their mission to empower the world with a powerful voice. By leveraging on WeWork’s powerful global network, we now have great confidence in making inroads to the Greater China market and scaling our business to greater heights.”

Fostering Collaboration with Local Stakeholders

WeWork’s initiative for creation and innovation has also been echoed and aligned with many local stakeholders, including InvestHK, Cyberport, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks, Techstars, along with WHub.

Invest Hong Kong is the department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government tasked to attract foreign direct investment and support overseas and Mainland businesses to set up or expand in Hong Kong. It launched the StartmeupHK initiative in 2013 to promote Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem and connect entrepreneurs in local and overseas startup communities. “We support WeWork’s vision in advancing entrepreneurial innovation in the Greater China community of creators, and we strongly encourage founders and entrepreneurs to use Hong Kong as their base to scale their business globally from this city,” said Charles Ng, Associate Director-General, InvestHK.

Cyberport is a leading innovative digital community with over 1,000 technology companies and start-ups. With the vision to become a main force in developing the digital tech industry as a key economic driver of Hong Kong, Cyberport is committed to nurturing youth, start-ups and entrepreneurs to grow in the digital industry by connecting them to strategic partners and investors, driving collaboration with local and international business partners to create new markets and opportunities, and accelerating digital technology adoption amongst corporations and SMEs. “Committed to supporting start-ups in springboarding to success, the Creator Awards is timely in nurturing further developments of the start-up ecosystem in the Greater China region,” said Dr. Lee George Lam, Chairman, Cyberport. “With Cyberport being a leading driver of the regional digital tech innovator arena, we believe that the collaboration with WeWork will recognise the outstanding innovators and contribute to the ongoing development of the region’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.”

Comprising Science Park, InnoCentre and Industrial Estates, Hong Kong Science Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) is a statutory body dedicated to building a vibrant innovation and technology ecosystem to connect stakeholders, nurture technology talents, facilitate collaboration, and catalyse innovations to deliver social and economic benefits to Hong Kong and the region. “With the diversity of creators in the creator ecosystem, it is extremely encouraging to see the Creator Awards as an emerging platform that is giving deserved recognition to different types of creators,” Wilson Chan, Manager of Incubation Promotion, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks. “Together with WeWork, we look forward to making greater strides in boosting innovation in the Greater China region.”

Techstars is a global network that helps entrepreneurs succeed. Techstars Startup Programs are action-oriented programs in 150+ countries around the world that power every step of the entrepreneurial journey. “Aligned with the Creator Awards, such a platform will set the bar for integrating creators that are breaking boundaries and norms. Creativity is the most crucial element for entrepreneurs. This will give them the tools to make a positive impact, and help their creative ideas disrupt an entire industry,” said Felix Wong, Community Manager of Greater China at Techstars. “With the region growing into a global center for innovation, we are excited to continue building up the local ecosystem for a brighter future.”

WHub is Hong Kong’s online startup community with more than 1,900 startups making meaningful connections to develop their business. “With more forward-thinking companies leaning towards building positive impacts, it is even more essential to recognize these creators in today’s world,” said Karena Belin, Co-Founder, WHub. “Coupled with WeWork leading the way in supporting and empowering such creators, we look forward to creating a lasting legacy for the local community through this partnership.”

Other partners in Mainland China include NIO, Chinaccelerator, NYU Shanghai, Innoway, and Tsinghua SEM X-elerator.

Amplifying WeWork’s footprints in the Greater China region

WeWork first entered Greater China in 2016 and opened its first location in Asia – WeWork Yanping Lu on July 1 in Shanghai. Along with its swift expansions, WeWork made its Hong Kong debut by opening WeWork Tower 535 on September 1, 2016. Thereafter in November 2016, WeWork also opened its China flagship WeWork Weihai Lu in Shanghai and WeWork Wanchai in Hong Kong.

In July 2017, SoftBank Group Capital (“SoftBank”) and Hony Capital, a leading private equity firm in China, announced a new USD500 million investment dedicated solely to fueling WeWork’s growth and expanding its operations throughout China. The investment vehicle, led by Hony Capital and a subsidiary of SoftBank, created an entity that operates under the name WeWork China where WeWork is responsible for the management and operations of WeWork China, while SoftBank and Hony Capital each own a minority stake. With the support of local teams and its partners, WeWork will continue looking for new space in cities with existing mature businesses, while also exploring new regions with potential for innovation and growth.

WeWork currently has 10 operating locations in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong. In addition to WeWork Tower 535 and WeWork Wanchai in Hong Kong, WeWork will be accelerating its development to several other locations in Hong Kong such as LKF Tower by the end of 2018.

In 2017, WeWork opened more locations in Beijing – WeWork Guanghua Lu, WeWork Ciyunsi, WeWork Wangjing – and Shanghai – WeWork Yan’an Dong Lu, WeWork Yunnan Lu and WeWork Xujiahui.

In early 2018, WeWork will be opening more locations namely WeWork Sanlitun in Beijing and WeWork Guojin, WeWork Nanjing West Road, WeWork Huaihai Zhong Lu, WeWork Xintiandi in Shanghai.

By gearing up for strengthened growth in 2018, WeWork will be expanding its presence to 8 more new cities including Shenzhen, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Xia Men, Cheng Du, Nan Jing, Xi’An and Wuhan in 2018.

Meeting Increasing Demand of Customized Spaces with Enterprise Solutions

In October 2017, WeWork formally launched its Enterprise Solution in Greater China, which provides companies of 1,000+ employees with workspace solutions and community settings that enable them to innovate, collaborate and succeed.

From March to August 2017, more than one fourth of WeWork’s new members represent enterprise companies with over 1,000 employees and WeWork enterprise membership makes up 25% of total sales in Greater China.

Key enterprise members include Xiaopeng Automotive, Damai.cn (fully acquired by Alibaba) and Zhaopin.com in Beijing; HSBC and Twilio in Hong Kong; lululemon and O+O Online Technology in Shanghai.

Benefitting from WeWork’s world leading technologies that build healthier connections between members and spaces, WeWork is also using a new operating system called “Powered by We” which helps companies find, build and operate their own space while providing services that enhance employee experience.

Powered by We is the next iteration of WeWork’s product, where it leverages on the integrated expertise of WeWork from in-house research, development, design and construction and community teams to help companies find, build and operate their own space, while providing services that enhance employee experience. Companies can tap into WeWork’s proprietary software and hardware infrastructure to better manage, design and operate their own real estate portfolio.

More importantly, Powered by We services easily brings all signature elements of WeWork such as member benefits and services, a globally-connected vibrant community, innovative spaces, industry-leading technologies, enriched cultural experiences, shared amenities and a humanized way of life and work to any enterprises and its employees anytime and anywhere.

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About WeWork

WeWork is a platform for creators, providing more than 200,000 members around the world with space, community, and services through both physical and virtual offerings. Its mission is to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living. WeWork currently has 212 physical locations in 66 cities and 20 countries around the world.

Founded in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York, the company now employs more than 4,400 globally. WeWork seeks ‘creators’ from all industries and companies big and small to become members, with a suite of WeWork-specific membership benefits in each country and a local staff in each city.

More than 20,000 companies and more than 200,000 members are now based at a WeWork, with member companies ranging from start-ups to household names including Dell, KPMG, GE, Microsoft, and Samsung. More than 70% of WeWork’s members collaborate with each other and its international locations serve as convenient bases for business travel, enabling a great degree of work flexibility for both multinationals and small-to-medium-sized businesses alike, as well as options for easy expansion into new markets.

For more information, please visit wework.com

For media inquiries, please contact:
Jenny Chan
jenny.chan@wework.com
Head of Public Affairs, Asia

Louis Ma
louis.ma@wework.com
Senior Manager, Public Affairs, China, WeWork

Sharlene Lee
sharlene.lee@wework.com
Associate, Public Affairs, Asia

The Hoffman Agency
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T: +852 2231 8115
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Karuna Tsang
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Source: ChinaNewswire.com

Adobe Named a Leader in 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms

Hong Kong, China, February 6, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – Hong Kong — 25 January, 2018 — Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) announced it has been named by Gartner, Inc. as a Leader in the 2018 “Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms” research report1. This report evaluated 21 vendors, and Adobe was among four vendors in the Leaders quadrant, based on the ability to execute and completeness of vision. The evaluation criteria for ability to execute include product or service, overall viability, sales execution/pricing, market responsiveness/record, marketing execution, customer experience and operations. Of all the vendors evaluated, Adobe was furthest to the right for completeness of vision, where evaluation criteria include market understanding, marketing strategy, sales strategy, offering (product) strategy, business model, vertical/industry strategy, innovation and geographic strategy.

“In virtually every industry, brands have to reimagine each part of the organization to laser focus on delivering stand-out experiences or risk failing in no time,” said Suresh Vittal, vice president, Adobe Experience Cloud. “No other company offers a more complete and integrated set of digital marketing, ad tech, analytics and data management solutions that let brands delight customers with every interaction. The integration of Adobe Experience Cloud with Adobe Creative Cloud Enterprise ensures maximum impact of customer content through big data.”

“Our partnership with Adobe helps us get the right message in front of the right customer at the right time,” said Michael Marino, chief experience officer, Caesars Entertainment Corporation. “We are moving in an exciting direction — a place where we can display targeted content across websites and screens on properties to enhance experiences and increase engagement.”

Within Adobe Experience Cloud, tightly integrated solutions offer a complete set of cutting-edge technologies that enable brands to deliver data-driven, tailored experiences across all customer touch points. This includes experience management and personalization across all screens and devices, experience delivery through advertising, video as well as other channels and analytics. The tie-in with Adobe Creative Cloud makes it easy to quickly activate creative assets across all marketing channels and customer touch points.

The world’s most popular brands rely on Adobe Experience Cloud to run their businesses, including Carnival Corporation, Citibank, Sydney Opera House, Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Home Depot, Marriott Hotels, NBCUniversal, Nissan Motor Co., T-Mobile and many others. Adobe Experience Cloud helps clients manage more than 150 trillion data transactions annually, including 41 trillion rich media requests, over 150 billion emails and $3 billion in ad spend. Major brands, including two-thirds of Fortune 100 companies, leverage Adobe Analytics Cloud for customer intelligence.

A complimentary copy of the Gartner, Inc. 2018 “Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms” research report is available here.

1 Source: Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms,” Jim Murphy, Gene Phifer, Gavin Tay, Mike Lowndes, 17 January, 2018.

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“水气耕栽培”套件「KANA-chan」挑战美国的Kickstarter!

利用独家的循环系统、水果・蔬菜的收获是原来4倍!(*)

日本东京 2018年02月05日 /ChinaNewswire.com/ 日本国内的人气产品先行在海外开展的Versailles Trading株式会社(东京都江东区),2018年2月7日“水气耕栽培”套件「KANA-chan」在美国Kickstarter开展。「KANA-chan」是不使用土可以水耕栽培的家庭菜园的上等套件,配备独自的循环系统。循环种植农作物所需要的氧气、水、营养素,通过促进根的呼吸作用,比传统的土壤栽培的成长速度要快1.5~2倍,产量是原来的3~4倍 (*)。不需要使用农药只用水稀释的液体肥料安心安全的种植。在Kickstarter招募资金,修改为海外规格,还准备了叶子菜板,支持所有想得到健康的人吃到新鲜的蔬菜。

日本出名的“水气耕栽培”套件「KANA-chan」
挑战美国Kickstarter

日本全国各地的农家,学校,研究机构,福利设施等已经安装了约2000台以上的Hyponica系统的家庭菜园版「KANA-chan」将挑战美国Kickstarter。基于40多年的水耕栽培研究终于创造的独自的循环系统,为农作物生长提供了一个理想的成长环境,并最大限度地提高了农作物的生命力。与传统的土壤栽培相比,成长速度快1.5到2倍,产量是原来的3~4倍 (*),取得了意想不到的结果。

在市场上可以找到不使用土壤栽培蔬菜和水果的水耕栽培,但是在世界的任何地方找不到能够提供给一般家庭的,水、营养成分和氧气循环让根得到最适合成长的「水气耕栽培」产品。

由于水果、蔬菜的价格高腾
让海外的人能够在家里栽培新鲜的农作物,让他们知道吃到新鲜蔬菜时的愉快

近年来,水果和蔬菜价格一年比一年高,由于经济和地理原因,不是任何人都能吃到新鲜农作物的时代。解决这些问题的水耕栽培套件也有在市场上销售,但是有两个问题。一个是由于使用LED灯进行栽培,由于光量问题,产量少,只能栽培小叶菜。 另外一个是LED灯需要额外的电费。 如果每次购买特殊的种子套装,成本太高。

「KANA-chan」解决了家庭菜园的一切烦恼。 因为使用比LED更强的阳光,所以可以在家里栽培西红柿,茄子,南瓜,甜瓜,西瓜,花菜,这是过去无法做到的。 另外,通过独自的系统循环氧气,水分和营养物质,来保持根部的周围环境干净,即使安装在户外,也不会有蚊子等昆虫产生(水不漂移的水耕栽培,可能会产生蚊子等昆虫),成长速度也是1.5到2倍,收获量预计是3到4倍 (*)。 另外,「KANA-chan」很容易可以从任何市场上买得到的种子或幼苗开始。

到目前为止,从一粒番茄种子收获了约17,000个番茄。 在1985年的筑波博览会上,在日本馆里展出了一棵巨大番茄树,并且当时的天皇也观看了。

–商品简介
商品名称:水气耕栽培套件「Home Hyponica KANA-chan」Kickstarter特別套件
号码:467mm × 467mm × 300mm / 容量:12 ℓ / 重量:3kg
附件:叶菜板、肥料A(500ml)、肥料B(500ml)、果菜用的培地、栽培盆、盆盖
价格:超早优惠19,800日元~  活动开始日期:2018年2月7日(星期三)
制造商:協和株式会社(大阪府高槻市)   出口商:Versailles Trading株式会社

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1. 因为使用比LED更强的阳光,所以可以在家里栽培过去栽培不了的西红柿,茄子,南瓜,甜瓜,西瓜,花菜等。

2. 采用独自的循环系统,即使设置在室外也不会产生昆虫,以循环氧气,水分和养分,促进根系的呼吸作用,所以预计可以达到生长速度是1.5到2倍,收获量3到4倍的好结果 (*)。

*  这取决于环境和作物

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8UTJiUwFQw

–公司简介、新闻采访・询问处
公司名称:Versailles Trading Corporation
地址:东京都江东区有明3丁目7-26 Ariake Frontier大厦B栋9楼
董事长:深井智之  广告:高丸、中水
联系电话:+81-3-5530-8074 / Fax: 03-6853-6601 /邮箱:press@vers-trading.com
URL:http://www.vers-trading.com/

Source: VersaillesTrading

美好的中国农历新年 年轻肌肤–经科学认证的美丽秘密 首单优惠

18年02月5日 比特币米编辑 | |

澳大利亚阿德莱德 2018年02月05日 /ChinaNewswire.com/ 澳大利亚南澳州企业-佰莉蔻有限公司(Belle’Botanique Pty Ltd)于阿德莱德宣布,该公司发现数种生物活性化合物,同时研发了几种能在细胞水平上解决皮肤老化问题的护肤产品。

由于现代社会工业化、环境因素和压力的影响,过早的皮肤老化是现代生活方式的一个重要表现。佰莉蔻胶原蛋白再生系列护肤品可以满足日益增长的抗衰老护肤需求,并添加了经科学认证有效的自然成分。

佰莉蔻品牌研发总监Manoj Jain先生称:”皮肤的三个重要结构成分即为胶原蛋白、弹性蛋白和糖胺聚糖。这三大成分对于保持健康、年轻肌肤起着至关重要的作用。对此我们研发了先进的产品,使用自然的成分促进皮肤结构成分的合成。”

首单优惠:官网(www.bellebotanique.com.au/store/cn)购买时使用打折码”INT25″, 首单享7.5折优惠。

我们发现多种植物提取物和植物类脂能帮助皮肤:
– 促进胶原蛋白合成;
– 修复皱纹;
– 提高肌肤锁水能力;
– 提高肌肤弹性;
– 使肌肤看起来更年轻。

请观看介绍视频:
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzMzMDQ0MzIzMg==.html?spm=a2hzp.8244740.0.0

减少皮肤初级结构成分的分解是至关重要的,例如胶原蛋白、弹性蛋白、透明质酸等;与此同时,促进这些物质的天然合成可有效防止皱纹的形成。

胶原蛋白再生系列产品富含:
– 来自积雪草的积雪草苷,可促进胶原蛋白合成;
– 精氨酸PCA,抗糖化并防止胶原蛋白分解;
– 樱花提取物,抗氧化,提高肌肤弹性和光泽;
– 红景天提取物、绿茶提取物,有助于消除黑斑并为肌肤提供抗氧化活性物;
– 透明质酸、野山药和药蜀葵提取物,为肌肤提供深层保湿;
– 核果油、植物甾醇和鳄梨油作为消炎成分,可有效促进胶原蛋白合成。

产品供应情况
产品现已在官网www.bellebotanique.com.au上有售,可享受全球包邮免运费,且首单享7.5优惠。

Source: bellebotanique

EU General Data Protection Regulation Takes Effect in 2018 – Spotlight on Cyber-security Risks of Smart High-Tech Toys

Hong Kong, China, February 1, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – For the Christmas and New Year holidays that just went by, many parents purchased smart high-tech toys as gifts for their children. Parents from the Millennium generation are more likely to let their children spend more time on the screen than previous generations. Edutainment is now the guiding principle for parents purchasing toys. Parents are willing to spend more money purchasing smart high-tech toys because they believe these toys are more educational and they can join the children in creative activities. Smart high-tech toys include robots controlled by smart phones, dolls with corresponding apps, and bespoke soft toys with interactive functions.

Most parents understand the dangers of letting children use social media and tracking their locations/activities. Many parents instinctively shy away from posting pictures of their children online. This may be a smart move because their activity is being tracked and the data may be used by unscrupulous people. Few parents however pay attention to the warnings on the high-tech toys they purchase. Their children are now being exposed to cyber-security risks at an accelerating pace.

EU General Data Protection Regulation Set to Take Effect
Privacy and data security have always been important issues for the European Union (EU). The “General Data Protection Regulation” (GDPR) that will become mandatory on May 25, 2018, will set rigorous standards for the protection of personal data and privacy. The level and scope of personal data protection will be increased. The new GDPR is applicable globally. All manufacturers, whether they are located within EU borders or not, are subject to the GDPR if their products or services are sold within the EU and involve the storage and processing of EU citizens’ personal information.

Here “personal information” refers to the personal data of EU citizens during the data processing, including any known or identifiable citizen (data subject) information. The content protected by the GDPR is quite broad in scope. It covers not only personal identity information such as address, telephone number and identification number but also biometrics and online positioning data such as fingerprints, network IP address, and social network activity logs.

All EU member states will enforce strict regulatory controls once the GDPR takes effect. Companies are subject to massive fines of up to 20 million Euro or 4% of the company’s global revenues in that year (whichever is highest) for non-compliance. The Federal Network Agency in Germany banned domestic sales of children’s smart watches in 2017. Parents were also encouraged to discard such smart watches immediately. The lack of encryption technology allows hackers to easily break into smart watches and make it possible for unscrupulous people to track a child’s location with ease. Once the GDPR takes effect, such products will not only be reported but also fined.

How to avoid breaking the law?
First, vendors should reduce the collection and processing of data subjects’ personal information. Personal information unrelated to the declared function must not be used. Product manuals must also detail their functions and the technologies used. For example, if a smart doll only engages in simple conversation with children such as responding when asked about the day’s weather or whether the child looks pretty, the doll should not have a monitoring function. Such a function would be a non-essential function.

The law also recommends that vendors provide default privacy settings for products and services. The function for allowing the collection of personal information should be set to disabled by default. The user can decide whether to enable the function or not and it must meet a certain standard of encryption.

GDPR requires product and service vendors to use a sound environment and service process controls to protect personal information from misuse, from being leaked through hackers, or being illegally shared with unauthorized third-parties. The law recommends testing by independent third-party organizations to determine whether your business complies with GPDR requirements.

Product/Service Testing and Verification
With many years of experience in information security, T#220;V Rheinland can provide IoT product manufacturers supplying products or services to EU countries with a professional interpretation of the law. Verified IoT products and services are issued certification marks by T#220;V Rheinland including the IoT product and service privacy protection mark. In accordance with GPDR rules, the product certification standard evaluates the privacy protection of an IoT product based on five levels: hardware and firmware, communications, app, documentation and data usage. Privacy protection certification for IoT services is evaluated against seven dimensions including IT environment (including applications), data protection, organizational management, process, penetration testing, documentation and auditing of service partners. Please do not hesitate to contact our experts at any time.

Source: ChinaNewswire.com

The Culture Connection Gets Real: Secure Software Development Requires a New Mindset

Hong Kong, China, February 1, 2018 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – HONG KONG, Jan 30, 2017 – CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) revealed results following the second phase of a global survey of more than 1,200 IT leaders around the topic of secure software development. Conducted by IT industry analyst firm Freeform Dynamics, the new report entitled, “Integrating Security into the DNA of Your Software Lifecycle,” highlights the influence of an organization’s culture on its ability to integrate security practices into their software development initiatives, a practice and approach commonly known as DevSecOps.

Today’s digital economy is fueled by software. When software is developed with security integrated from the start, the risk of data breaches is greatly diminished, providing users with heightened levels of confidence and trust when engaging with applications and services that are so ubiquitous in our online world.

According to survey respondents, the majority confirmed that software development supports growth and expansion, helps businesses compete and drives digital transformation. And yet, the findings show that, as software becomes more critical to business success in the digital economy, security concerns are exponentially on the rise. In fact, 74% of respondents agreed that security threats due to software and code issues is a growing concern. CA Veracode’s State of Software Security Report 2017 found that vulnerabilities continue to crop up in previously untested software at alarming rates, with 77% of apps having at least one vulnerability on initial scan.

Creating a culture of secure software development is a major challenge, according to the survey findings. An overwhelming 58% of respondents cited existing culture and lack of skills as hurdles to being able to embed security testing and evaluation within software development processes. Only 24% strongly agreed that the organization’s culture and practices supported collaboration across development, operations and security. On top of cultural limitations, less than a quarter of respondents strongly agreed that senior management would sacrifice time to market in order to have sufficient time to assess and repair software security vulnerabilities.

“Security is a key principle in any Modern Software Factory. While our survey findings confirm an overarching recognition in the importance of ensuring that data and systems are built and maintained securely, there is still a lack of cultural adoption within organizations around this pressing issue,” said Ayman Sayed, president and chief product officer, CA Technologies. “When coupled with security, Intelligent IT – the use of AI, machine learning and analytics to make better, more informed decisions – can dramatically change the way that business is done.”

The report showcases characteristics of “Software Security Masters” (the top 34% of respondents), which are organizations that have been able to fully integrate security into their software development lifecycles. This includes conducting early and continuous application testing for security vulnerabilities, as well as embracing the practice of DevSecOps.

In fact, when compared with the mainstream, respondents from the Software Security Masters were over two times more likely to strongly agree that they viewed security as an enabler of new business opportunities. These organizations also exhibited the following attributes:

● 50% higher profit growth
● 40% higher revenue growth
● Are 2.6x more likely to have security testing keep up with frequent app updates
● Are 2.5x more likely to be outpacing their competitors

“The organizations labeled as Software Security Masters are the beacons of hope in today’s digital economy. Not only do they exemplify and represent the cultural mindset necessary to adapt and thrive in today’s dynamic market, they are influencing change within the industry while shaping the workplace of the future,” concluded Sayed.

Survey Methodology
The global online survey of 1,279 senior IT and business executives was sponsored by CA Technologies and conducted by industry analyst firm Freeform Dynamics in July 2017. It was augmented by in-depth telephone interviews with key industry executives. For full survey methodology details, please see the report, “Integrating Security into the DNA of Your Software Lifecycle.”
Download the full report and other supporting materials:
● Report: Integrating Security into the DNA of Your Software Lifecycle
● Infographic
● Ayman Sayed Blog: The Competitive Edge of DevSecOps

About Freeform Dynamics
Freeform Dynamics is an IT industry analyst firm. Through research and insights, the firm aims to help busy IT and business professionals get up to speed on the latest technology developments, and make better-informed investment decisions. For more information, and access to a library of free research, please visit www.freeformdynamics.com.

About CA Technologies
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