Vietnam is seeking to procure vaccine from different sources for its inoculation target of 70% population. Japan is among some countries having pledged to transfer Covid-19 vaccine production technologies to Vietnam, a deputy health minister has said. Deputy Minister of Health Tran Van Thuan at a meeting on May 5. Photo: Nhat Bac/VGP “I will fly to Japan for the detailed plan and Deputy Minister of Health Truong Quoc Cuong will go to Russia for vaccine technology purchase,” Deputy Minister of Health Tran Van Thuan said at a government meeting on May 5. Early April, Health Minister Nguyen Thanh Long asked Japan’s embassy for help with technology transfer for vaccine production and testing in Vietnam. In March 2021, Japan’s Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide pledged vaccine support for Vietnam in a phone talk with Secretary General of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong. The moves are aimed to help Vietnam secure the supply of Covid-19 vaccines, as … [Read more...] about Japan to transfer Covid-19 vaccine production technologies to Vietnam
This is the third year Keysight Technologies has earned a spot on The Denver Post’s Top Workplaces list. Keysight manufactures equipment and software to design, test, manufacture and optimize electronics technology. The company is part of Colorado’s ongoing tech boom and was founded in 2014. Headquartered in Santa Rosa, Calif., Keysight spans 30 countries and has more than 13,500 employees, with nearly 1,000 in Colorado. Editor’s note: Keysight Technologies did not reply to email and phone requests for additional information for this profile. No. 2 Keysight Technologies Years named: 3 Founded: 2014 Headquarters: Santa Rosa, Calif. Employees: 13,500, with 941 in Colorado Facts: Keysight manufactures equipment and software to design, test, manufacture and optimize electronics technology. Policies Report an Error Contact Us Submit a News Tip … [Read more...] about Top Workplaces 2021: Keysight Technologies helps fuel Colorado’s tech boom
VinaPhone from VNPT Group is the first telecoms enterprise in Vietnam to pilot the 5G technology for commercial purposes. (Photo: SGGP) Facing the same situation are the two other domestic telecoms giants – Viettel and MobiFone. Confirming this state, Deputy Director of the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority Nguyen Phong Nha shared that many telecoms carriers are facing the challenge of maintaining the income of traditional telecoms services since Over-the-Top services (OTT) are gradually replacing them. Therefore, those carriers have to expand their services and adjust their operation models to make good use of cutting edge technologies like 5G, said Mr. Nha. The good news is the earnings from data services have experienced impressive increases even though the mobile data fees in Vietnam are among the lowest in the world. In order to better serve telecoms customers in the near future, the Vietnam Telecoms Authority suggests that businesses of the field upgrade their … [Read more...] about Vietnam ready for new telecoms platform
Aeva makes a lidar sensor that helps cars gain a three-dimensional map of the road and can also detect the motion of distant objects, helping distinguish between non-moving objects like trees and pedestrians or cyclists. Aeva has deals with automotive suppliers Denso Corp and ZF Friedrichshafen AG for mass production of its sensors. The detection range of lidar sensors is a key metric for automakers because longer-detection ranges mean a self-driving vehicle has more time to make a decision, especially at higher speeds. Other companies such as Aeye Inc, which German automotive supplier Continental AG bought a stake in last year, have said they can detect other vehicles at 300 meters. Lidars send out laser beams and detect their reflections when they bounce back off their surroundings to generate an image. A key challenge is detecting dark objects that do not reflect much light. Aeva said a proprietary chip it has developed allows its sensors to detect objects with below … [Read more...] about Self-driving startup Aeva says its sensor can detect vehicles over 500m away
On Friday, the European Union took aim at one of America’s most iconic companies, Apple, with a multibillion-dollar antitrust lawsuit . The Europeans are hopelessly uncompetitive in the major tech industries , so they resort to lawsuits to slash at American supremacy. The Euro-socialists want to pilfer as much as 10 percent of Apple’s profit stream. This flimsy charge of “monopoly behavior” by the EU is becoming standard practice as Germany, France and others continue to fall technologically behind and their citizens become rapid purchasers of Silicon Valley products and services. The move by the EU is a classic shakedown — the money it wants is akin to imposing a foreign tariff on American products. This could cost U.S. shareholders hundreds of billions of dollars . Europe has similar suits against another trillion-dollar American company, Google. So the U.S. government is rushing to defend America’s crown-jewel companies that have added hundreds … [Read more...] about Why isn’t Washington defending American companies from foreign assaults?