Humaniq releases brand new version of popular App

London, England, March 8, 2018 / - London-based FinTech firm Humaniq is marking the milestone of its app reaching its first 50,000 downloads by announcing a new, improved version.

Humaniq announced a Free Secure Chat & Crypto-Wallet App and a new referral program for its community of users. The Humaniq app includes a wallet, bioID, secure messenger and the unbanked can use it for making digital ID and peer-to-peer transactions in African countries (including Uganda, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Rwanda).

The new features include:

New referral program
With Humaniq's  egalitarian emission approach, a large proportion of the HMQ crypto coin is reserved for active app users. A referral program has showed a very positive adoption curve from users, with more than 10,000 users together inviting more than 75,000 thousand friends in total to join the application. Humaniq's new 2.0 referral program  will build on this by displaying community progress with referrals and thereby make the  referral process more transparent and intuitive for all users.

Transaction options extension
Transactions can now be made via the messenging chat system. The principle the Humaniq app is grounded in- is that everything should revolve around humans coming together to build community. That is why an ability to communicate is crucial. The Humaniq team have introduced transactions into personal chats to focus on the communication between people. Whether it is a text, or an image or a gift in HMQ – it is now all in one place.

In addition,  users  are now allowed not only to send HMQ, but also to request directly from their friends or family. The Humaniq team believes that an ability to request a desired amount is a more efficient and faster way to communicate financially. This feature is available for all users that have access to the wallet, and is also secured by our enhanced anti-fraud system. Users can also enjoy  a new way of grouping transactions as  a smarter way to organise personal communication. From now on, users will be able to clearly focus either on the financial history or on the correspondence with a specified friend  by staying in the unified chat room. While text and media messages will be group based on the timing, financial transactions will be grouped by type and action type.

New on-boarding process
The Humaniq team redesigned the on-boarding process to make it clearer and easier for inexperienced smartphone users. The close collaboration with Humaniq's ambassadors in African nations led to the  creation of an on-boarding process that adapts to the needs of customers, whereas the purpose remains the same: to explain what features are available, how to use them and how to benefit from their use.

New registration process
A new registration process allows users to start interacting with a Humaniq assistant bot, which becomes  smarter and is learning to execute more useful commands, even without the registration. Unlike conventional applications where a user has to specify required personal credentials in order to get access to a given  functionality, the Humaniq team would like to let users choose what functionality is needed, and how to access it.

Optional passcode and new security standards
Humaniq App security standards have also been reconsidered and will allow users to opt-out from a required passcode. There is, therefore, also an AI powered system to decide when an additional biometric verification is required to eliminate the risk of  of unauthorised transactions.

"The Humaniq's team of ambassadors in Africa received and analysed feedback from users, and with this data it was possible to create such  significant updates. We hope our users will appreciate all the innovations and we will move even further towards our goal to empower the unbanked" – said Anton Mozgovoy, CTO Humaniq.

The Humaniq team has also made additional upgrades to remote infrastructure and with new CDN points, users in Africa will experience a faster by 16% response rate from mobile application which is already available in Google Play and can be used even on low-end mobile devices with Android 4.0.3.

Humaniq is a London-based Fintech firm that provides next generation financial services using its Blockchain-based mobile application targeted at the unbanked and underprivileged in emerging economies globally. Humaniq is focused on worldwide financial inclusion by providing access to global markets, greater opportunities, and novel financial solutions using repurposed technologies for those gaining exposure to financial services for the first time.

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英格兰伦敦 2018年03月08日 / 2018年2月28日,伦敦-总部在伦敦的金融科技公司Humaniq正推出一个新的改进版本,以纪念其App应用程序下载量首次突破5万这一里程碑事件。

Humaniq宣布推出一款免费安全聊天及密码钱包APP,并为其用户群提供一个新转介计划。Humaniq App内含钱包、生物识别码和安全使者。无银行账户用户可以用Humaniq App在非洲国家(包括乌干达、塞内加尔、津巴布韦、坦桑尼亚和卢旺达)制作数字身份、进行对等交易。



现在可以通过短信聊天系统进行交易。Humaniq App的基本原理是: 一切事物都应围绕着"人类聚集起来、建立一个社区",这也是为什么沟通能力至关重要的原因。Humaniq团队将交易引入到个人聊天,关注人与人之间的通信。无论是在HMQ中的文字,图像还是礼物,现在都集中在一个地方。




已重新考虑了Humaniq App的安全标准,允许用户自愿退出必需的密码。因此,,还有一个人工智能供电系统来决定何时需要进行额外的生物特征识别验证,以消除未经授权交易的风险。

Humaniq首席技术官Anton Mozgovoy表示:"Humaniq非洲代表小组收到并分析了用户反馈意见,用该数据可能实现如此重要的更新。我们希望我们的用户欣赏所有的创新,我们将朝着我们的目标"赋能无银行账户"迈进。

Humaniq团队还对远程基础设施和新的内容分发网络(CDN)节点进行了额外升级。非洲用户的移动应用程序的响应速度将提高16%,而Google Play已经提供该应用程序,甚至可以用于搭载Android 4.0.3系统的低端移动设备。


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城大环球事务处支持海外生办文化之夜 宣扬多元文化

香港 2018年03月07日 / 香港城市大学主张学生建立国际视野,订立放眼世界的「Go Global」发展方针。每年,城大响应学生自发的构思和计划,透过校方拨款赞助学生在校园举行文化活动,向学生们宣扬各国不同的文化,让他们磨砺多元文化触觉和国际观,培养世界公民素养。近日,城大印度尼西亚学生策划「印度尼西亚之夜 (Indonesian Night 2018: DEVATA)」,将巴利岛的民间故事、传统歌舞搬上舞台,并且分享印度尼西亚传统手作及美食。活动吸引超过250名本地及国际学生参与,进行文化交流。

除「印度尼西亚之夜」外,一系列由学生策划的活动,包括「中国文化节(Chinese Culture Festival)」、「台湾之夜(Taiwanese Night)」等,将陆续为校园增添不同的文化元素,促进大学国际化发展。

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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


澳大利亚阿德莱德 2018年03月05日 / 南澳大利亚企业佰莉蔻通过促进健康美容的基本原理,在美容行业提出一种重大的改变–这是一种对维持健康和外部环境等综合因素的调和。




"在运动过程中,呼吸频率和细胞活性增加,从而为身体带来更多能量。此时,皮肤健康在细胞呼吸和微循环中起着重要作用。如果肌肤由于化妆、有害物质和合成的化学物而负担过重,它的解毒、改善细胞通讯和呼吸的能力将会受到阻碍。" 佰莉蔻品牌研发总监Manoj Jain先生表示,"因此护肤品中含有能增强和支持新陈代谢过程的成分很重要。"





— 矿物质–优化细胞呼吸作用和刺激能量(ATP)产生。
— 黄芪提取物、谷维素、维生素E和辅酶Q10,又名辅酶Q,帮助保护线粒体膜脂质过氧化损伤。
— 植物提取物改善循环和氧化。
— 天然油脂,有利于皮肤细胞内能量的产生和储存,不产生组隔层阻碍皮肤的呼吸。
— 保湿活性剂。

Peta-Ann Jain

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CA Technologies Named One of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute for the Third Year in a Row

Hong Kong, China, February 22, 2018 / - HONG KONG, 22 February, 2018 – CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) today announced that it has been recognized as a 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies#174; for the third year in a row by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices.

CA Technologies is one of only 3 winners in the Software and Services category, underscoring the company’s commitment to leading with integrity and prioritizing ethical business practices.

“Success in today’s rapidly evolving economy is contingent on so much more than business acumen. How an organization is run, the diversity of the team, and the driving mission directly impact both the bottom line and sustained success,” states Mike Gregoire, chief executive officer at CA Technologies. “CA is adamant in maintaining the highest ethical standards in all we do – both internally and externally. The recognition for three years running by the Ethisphere Institute is the best validation of our efforts and our commitment. Our ethical principles inform everything we do and it is deeply satisfying for that work to be recognized.”

Twenty-eighteen is the twelfth year that Ethisphere has honored those companies who recognize their role in society to influence and drive positive change, consider the impact of their actions on their employees, investors, customers and other key stakeholders and use their values and culture as an underpinning to the decisions they make every day.

“While the discourse around the world changed profoundly in 2017, a stronger voice emerged. Global corporations operating with a common rule of law are now society’s strongest force to improve the human condition. This year we saw companies increasingly finding their voice. The World’s Most Ethical Companies in particular continued to show exemplary leadership,” explained Ethisphere’s CEO, Timothy Erblich. "I congratulate everyone at CA Technologies for being recognized as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies."

Ethics Performance
Once again, the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies have proven that operating with integrity leads to greater financial performance. Research has found that, when indexed, listed World’s Most Ethical Companies outperformed the U.S. Large Cap Index over five years by 10.72 percent and over three years by 4.88 percent. Ethisphere refers to this as the Ethics Premium.

Methodology Scoring
The World's Most Ethical Companies assessment is based upon the Ethisphere Institute’s Ethics Quotient#174; (EQ) framework, which offers a quantitative way to assess a company’s performance in an objective, consistent and standardized manner. The information collected provides a comprehensive sampling of definitive criteria of core competencies rather than all aspects of corporate governance, risk, sustainability, compliance and ethics.

Scores are generated in five key categories: ethics and compliance program (35 percent), corporate citizenship and responsibility (20 percent), culture of ethics (20 percent), governance (15 percent) and leadership, innovation and reputation (10 percent). All companies that participate in the assessment process receive their scores, providing them with valuable insights into how they stack up against leading organizations.
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About the Ethisphere Institute
The Ethisphere#174; Institute is the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices that fuel corporate character, marketplace trust and business success. Ethisphere has deep expertise in measuring and defining core ethics standards using data-driven insights that help companies enhance corporate character and measure and improve culture. Ethisphere honors superior achievement through its World’s Most Ethical Companies recognition program and provides a community of industry experts with the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA). More information about Ethisphere can be found at:

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TÜV Rheinland Releases Wide-Ranging Study on Global Consumer Perception of Autonomous Vehicle Safety

Hong Kong, China, February 22, 2018 / - Chinese motorists nearly twice as trusting of autonomous car technology as the United States and Germany; all expect improvement in road safety, yet want to be able to intervene at any time

T#220;V Rheinland, a leading international testing service provider for quality and safety, today announced results from a global survey designed to assess consumer perception of safety of autonomous vehicles in different regions. The survey, conducted among more than 1,000 licensed drivers aged 18 years and above each in China, Germany, and the United States, reveals that trust in technology of completely autonomous cars is nearly twice as high in China as the other two countries. More than 63 percent of respondents in China believe driverless cars will increase road safety, while the figure is 34 percent in the United States and Germany.

Respondents were equal in the degree of importance placed on data protection and desire for assurances that autonomous vehicles will be protected against cyberattacks. Drivers the world over also wish to be able to decide for themselves when to let a car drive autonomously, and when to control it themselves.

Respondents convinced that automated driving increases overall road safety

While respondents generally agree that automation of driving will improve road safety, again we see a higher proportion of respondents believe this in China than in Germany and the USA. Interestingly, however, people’s doubts tend to increase and trust in the technology decreases as vehicles’ level of automation goes up. Only 11 percent of the respondents in Germany and 15 percent in the USA state they fear ‘a deterioration of road safety’ due to partial automation, while nearly half of those same respondents believe that road safety will deteriorate with the advent of completely driverless cars. In China, only 24 percent expect road safety to decrease in the case of driverless cars.

“When we see large swaths of motorists in China, Germany, and the USA share a belief that road safety will decrease as automation increases, it tells us we must give people much more information and communicate the benefits of autonomous technology more clearly,” said Dr. Matthias Schubert, executive vice president of mobility at T#220;V Rheinland.

The results of the international study echo the same trends shown in a similar T#220;V Rheinland survey from Spring, 2017 on the acceptance of autonomous driving in Germany. This study revealed that 75 percent of respondents generally view autonomous vehicle technology positively but, when looked at in detail, there are still many reservations about the technical implementation.

In the current study, 78 percent of all global respondents agree that it must be possible for a person to take full control of the vehicle at any time in the event of an emergency – this opinion is stronger in Germany and the USA than in China.

Cyberprotection leading indicator of trust in technology

Fear of cybercrime around autonomous vehicles is widespread among global motorists – especially in Germany. A full 76 percent of respondents in Germany believe that personal data can fall into unauthorized hands when using autonomous vehicles. The United States and China stand at 67 percent and 63 percent, respectively. In all three countries, respondents fear to an equal extent that autonomous cars could lead to increased vehicle crime due to people accessing the vehicles via technical means and data theft. This opinion was somewhat more prevalent in the USA, with 52 percent of respondents in agreement.

A majority of respondents think the systems of future cars should be updated regularly and automatically to ensure road safety and protection against cyberattacks. In China, 80 percent of respondents support “over-the-air updates;” the figure is 68 percent in the United States, and 64 percent in Germany.

Notably, in all three countries cyberprotection is so important that the majority of respondents (Germany 66 percent, USA 61 percent, China 60 percent) would change to a different make of car if hacker attacks were to come to light. On this topic, consumers in China are more likely to trust the competence of the manufacturers to develop autonomous vehicles that are protected against unauthorized access (71 percent). In Germany, the sentiment tends to be positive (55 percent), an opinion that has risen significantly compared to the survey from Spring, 2017. At that time, only 47 percent of German respondents held this faith. Americans show the least confidence in automobile manufacturers to build autonomous vehicles that are protected against cybercrime, at just 41 percent.

Data collection just as necessary as data protection
Most motorists today are aware that data in modern vehicles is recorded and transmitted to automobile manufacturers. This includes data on the state of the vehicle (e.g., mileage, error messages) as well as vehicle movement data (e.g., speed, position) or person-specific data, such as style of driving or seat adjustment settings. Just how well-informed do people believe they are on this matter? Very large differences show up here across the three countries: 55 percent of respondents in the United States say that they are rather poorly informed about which data is used for which purpose, who has access to the data, and how well-protected the data is. This is also the case for 52 percent of respondents in Germany. In China, however, only 15 percent of respondents believe they are poorly informed.

For all respondents, safety is a primary motivation for sharing data. Between 30 percent and 50 percent of motorists in all three countries state a specific desire to make their data available for breakdown assistance services, car insurance companies, testing organizations, automobile manufacturers, and state institutions. However, motorists are less willing to transmit their data to service and mobility providers, particular data app providers, automotive suppliers, automobile dealers, and infrastructure operators such as gas stations.

Finally, 71 percent of the Chinese respondents demonstrate a greater inclination (Germany 45 percent, USA 42 percent) to pass on their data for updating and using new services (e.g., for telematics services such as parking space finders).

Politicians and industry executives need to do their homework

The survey brings to light motorist perceptions that may impair the acceptance of autonomous vehicles and pose significant barriers to widespread adoption. To eliminate these kinds of obstacles, politicians and industry executives, in particular, need to do their homework. In Germany, more than half (53 percent) of survey participants believe it is most important for the driver to always be able to take full control of the vehicle. Furthermore, 49 percent feel the need for legal situations to be clarified further (e.g., questions of liability), and 37 percent want data protection to be ensured through a corresponding framework. For respondents in the United States, having a permanent option for the driver to take full control of the vehicle is also the top priority (47 percent). Proof of functional safety through tests comes a close second (45 percent). Following in third place is the protection of the car against unauthorized access (43 percent). For Chinese respondents, backup of personal data is the most important (43 percent), even more so than ensuring data protection (40 percent) and protection of the vehicle against unauthorized access (36 percent).

The survey on the safety of autonomous vehicles by T#220;V Rheinland in the context of autonomous driving was conducted in September 2017 via an online panel. For the study, T#220;V Rheinland polled a representative sample of around 1,000 each from China, Germany, and the Unites States aged 18 years and over and in possession of a driver’s license. It is the second study of this kind by T#220;V Rheinland; in Spring 2017, the company carried out a study on the acceptance of autonomous vehicles in Germany.


UWB/Bluetooth Low Energy module supports out-of-the-box advanced real time location applications potentially employing thousands of tags

Hong Kong, China, February 22, 2018 / - Decawave UWB technology combines with Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth LE solution to support prototyping, testing, and implementation of accurate, reliable Real Time Location Systems without the need for extensive RF expertise

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Decawave, a Dublin, Ireland-based fabless semiconductor company, has selected Nordic’s award-winning Bluetooth#174; Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) nRF52832 System-on-Chip (SoC) for its DWM1001 module. The module forms the foundation of scalable Two-Way-Ranging (TWR) Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) potentially comprising thousands of tags.

The DWM1001 module combines Decawave’s DW1000 Ultra Wide Band (UWB) transceiver, the nRF52832 SoC, a three-axis accelerometer, a UWB Channel 5 printed PCB antenna (6.5 GHz), and a Bluetooth LE chip antenna.

The module is accompanied by Decawave’s DWM1001-Dev development board and MDEK1001 evaluation kit which enables users with limited RF design experience to program and evaluate the DWM1001 module. Development is further simplified because Nordic’s unique software architecture cleanly separates the RF software protocol stack from the developer’s application code eliminating the possibliity of code development and compilation corrupting the stack, and accelerating time-to-market.

The DWM1001 module is based on Decawave’s DW1000 single-chip, IEEE802.15.4-2011 UWB-compliant transceiver. The technology is immune to multipath fading which is key to guaranteeing high reliability—within 2cm precision—in indoor environments. The 6.8Mbps data rate capability reduces the air time, enabling the real-time location of thousands of tags, as well as low power consumption for battery-operated devices.

In the module, the nRF52832 SoC provides Bluetooth LE connectivity to Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphones and tablets allowing end customers to configure, control, and monitor RTLS applications. The nRF52832 SoC’s powerful 64MHz, 32-bit ARM#174; Cortex#174; M4F processor not only runs Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice (a Bluetooth 5-certifed RF software protocol stack) but also the module’s RTLS firmware and supervisory functions. The SoC’s 512 kB Flash memory application and powerful microprocessor support customer location- and sensor-fusion algorithms, and Over-the-Air Device Firmware Updates (OTA-DFU). The S132 SoftDevice also offers mesh capability, enabling scalable networking.

The DWM1001 module is a cost-efficient development platform targeted at low-to-mid volume industrial, healthcare, retail, and consumer applications. For example, the technology could be used to avoid collisions between people and robots in a factory, or for advanced analytics or navigation services to locate medical equipment in a hospital; tools and spare parts in a warehouse; or shopping carts at a retail center.

Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth LE SoC, a member of Nordic’s sixth generation of ultra low power (ULP) wireless connectivity solutions, combines an ARM microprocessor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT#8482;, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF software) featuring -96dB RX sensitivity, with 512kB Flash memory and 64kB RAM. When launched, the SoC was the world’s highest performance single-chip Bluetooth LE solution.

The SoC is supplied with Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice which supports Central, Peripheral, Broadcaster and Observer Bluetooth LE roles, supports up to twenty connections, and enables concurrent role operation.

“The key factors in our decision to choose the nRF52832 SoC were its competitive feature/price ratio, ultra low power consumption to support customers’ low duty cycle applications, the maturity of the RF software stack, and the clean separation between the SoftDevice and customer application code,” says Mickael Viot, Vice President of Marketing at Decawave.

“Nordic’s online community and support is also very important to SME customers specializing in our target applications.”

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香港 2018年02月13日 / 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。



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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 / - 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 Follow us on VIAVI Perspectives, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.


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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 / 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。


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