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VeeaSystems to Display the Full Range of Devices for VeeaHub Platform at MWC Shanghai Bringing Advanced Wireless Edge Computing to Smart Verticals

Vlad Poptamas



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VeeaSystems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Veea Inc., the company powering an intelligently connected world with a universal platform for IoT and smart edge solutions, today announced that it will be publicly demonstrating the full range of its VeeaHub intelligent wireless edge servers for the first time at MWC Shanghai 2019, June 26-28. The company’s solutions bring together highly integrated Edge Computing and Wireless-mesh networking with performance and security designed and tailored for home and enterprise applications from SMEs to campus-wide deployments, including models for ruggedized industrial applications and certified for use in physically demanding transport environments. Veea will be exhibiting at MWC Shanghai on the iFree Booth F160 in Hall N1.

VeeaSystems will be displaying four different indoor and outdoor VeeaHub models that enable businesses operating across a wide spectrum of deployment scenarios to benefit from a resilient mesh network and innovative Smart applications running on its server function that support current as well as new and innovative use cases literally across every market vertical.

VeeaHub is a breakthrough platform solution with intelligent wireless servers that can create a hybrid wireless and wired micro-cloud at customer premises with support for all commonly used forms of wireless communications and the ability to run unique software applications on each VeeaHub node’s Linux server function to complement or minimize enterprise or SME’s dependence on cloud computing. It is a highly scalable platform that most economically substitutes for, or complements existing, Wi-Fi Access Point (APs) while providing for communications with a wide range of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (with an integrated Eddystone beacon) and communication protocols (e.g., Zigbee and Z-Wave) for sensors and devices supporting Internet of Things (IoT) at customer premises as one highly integrated solution.

VeeaHub’s unique software architecture supports a novel container-based virtualization enabling a wide range of solutions and applications through the VeeaHub App Store. VeeaHub models on display run the same software architecture enabling the flexibility for applications to be deployed and managed concurrently, with each VeeaHub model providing physically different connectivity and compute capabilities alongside alternative environmental options. The VeeaHub range includes:

  • VeeaHub (VHE05) – ideal for Small Medium Businesses, Smart Home and Developers
  • VeeaHub Pro (VHE09/10) – ideal for large indoor Enterprise deployments
  • VeeaHub Pro Outdoor (VHH10) – ideal for large outdoor Enterprise or Smart City deployments
  • VeeaHub Pro RT (VHHR06) – ideal for Transportation including Trains, Ships, Trams and Buses

By proving a platform for applications to operate at the Edge, managed from VeeaHub’s Cloud platform with local control via smartphone and web-based Control Center, businesses can now make any vertical ‘Smart’, including Retail, Cities, Buildings, Education, Construction, Hospitals, Government, Trains, Ships and Home. VeeaHub users can download apps from the VeeaHub App Store as well as write their own custom applications using the VeeaHub SDK with ease.

“VeeaHub Platform delivers a whole new paradigm of computing that opens up a huge range of business innovations. By delivering a platform that offers a resilient and rapidly deployable mesh network, combined with highly secure edge compute – that can operate with or without Internet access – enterprises of all sizes and shapes can develop and deploy a wide range of innovative applications and services that suit their needs for the same cost as popular enterprise-class WiFi Access Points with only one function,” said Allen Salmasi, CEO of Veea. “We are now taking orders from a wide range of vertical markets, helping enterprises benefit from the power of wireless edge computing.”

VeeaHub’s micro-cloud significantly extends the range of wireless connectivity and coverage for smart devices, with a highly advanced “mesh networking” technology that substantially reduces cabling costs, along with multiple backhaul capabilities for Internet connection. It optionally provides for an eSIM-based 4G backhaul connectivity solution for 4G SD-WAN including automatic failover for ISP connection. Another unique feature is support for various forms of LoRa communications that can be customized for long-range low-power communications. VeeaHub platform solutions substantially reduce cloud computing costs and dependency on third party resources, while increasing reliability, security, privacy and flexibility in processing, managing, disseminating and maintaining data.

With the sheer quantity of data being generated for consumption at distant locations, it is fast becoming obvious that cloud computing will not be able to address a significant number of Industry 4.0 applications on a stand-alone basis. This may be for reasons of cost, service availability and reliability, security and privacy, latency, lack of a connection to Internet (e.g., mine shaft), or the environmental considerations of how all of this data is processed, managed and disseminated across the globe.

As new Applications using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR) and Machine Learning emerge the issue of latency will also become more critical for many services. Whilst 5G offers higher speeds of connection, it only addresses one of the vulnerabilities associated with cloud computing and only in cases that ultra-high speed communications is required. Edge Computing provides a complimentary solution that allows for an alternative to the method of blindly sending all the data to the Cloud, and then deciding what to do with it, for many applications. VeeaHub platform enables all or, at least, part of the data processing to take place locally, where the data has been captured, before transferring anything to the Cloud.


SOURCE VeeaSystems


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Canada’s First 5G Wireless Network for Open Innovation is Open For Business

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Canada’s first pre-commercial 5G wireless testbed is up and running, creating the backbone of Canada’s digital economy and drawing interest from small- and medium-sized companies (SME) to develop and test new products and services. Yesterday Vic FedeliOntario’s Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, and Pierre FitzgibbonQuebec’s Minister of Economy and Innovation, received a progress update on the Evolution of Networked Services through a Corridor in Quebec and Ontario for Research and Innovation known as ENCQOR 5G.

ENCQOR 5G includes the first pre-commercial fifth-generation wireless network for open innovation in Canada housed at five hub locations in Ontario (OttawaTorontoKitchener-Waterloo) and Quebec (Montreal and Quebec City). The update hails the start of business collaboration in key areas such as transportation including connected and autonomous vehicles, remote healthcare, virtual/augmented reality, smart cities, fintech, industry 4.0, energy, cybersecurity and the Internet of Things (IoT).

“Technology is changing the way we live, work and do business — building our digital infrastructure is key to supporting an innovation economy and the next generation of jobs for Ontarians,” said Minister Fedeli. “Through this partnership, we are leveraging Ontario’s strengths in information and communications technologies and paving the way for future innovation and growth across sectors. 5G access shows Ontario is open for business.”

“Thanks to ENCQOR, to date, nearly 150 Quebec companies and organizations are carrying out or planning tests at the Montréal and Québec innovation sites to prepare for receiving 5G technology and to measure its benefits for their products and services,” said Germain Lamonde, Chairman of the Board of Innovation ENCQOR. “These facilities offer high connectivity, high capacity, low latency and all the promises of the 5G revolution. Many entrepreneurs, employees and managers of SMEs are now aware of these new capacities and can lean on them to innovate and become leaders of this revolution.  And we are very proud of it.”

ENCQOR 5G brings together SMEs, industry, government, researchers and academia in both Quebec and Ontario to collaborate on the commercialization of disruptive products, processes, and services, providing a first-to-market advantage and to improve the ability of SMEs to scale.

“I am excited at the progress we are seeing through this innovative collaboration positioning Canada as a leader in development of 5G technologies.” said the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development. “From enabling doctors to perform surgeries-at-a-distance and unclogging our congested streets through AI-enhanced city planning, 5G technology will change the way we live, work and engage with one another.  To prepare for the future, we must be bold, visionary and decisive.”

Applications are now being accepted in both provinces for entrepreneurs to submit their project proposals to help accelerate the development and adoption of digital technologies.

ENCQOR 5G includes five digital technology leaders (Ericsson, Ciena Canada Inc., Thales Canada Inc., IBM Canada, and CGI) as well as provincial coordinators INNOVATION ENCQOR, Prompt and CEFRIO in Quebec and Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) in Ontario. The five-year ENCQOR 5G project is made possible in part by funding from the Canadian government and the provincial governments of Quebec and Ontario and is expected to create 4,000 jobs including 1,800 specialized 5G jobs.


Ericsson Canada
“Ericsson is a global leader with 22 publicly announced 5G contracts around the world. 5G mobile networks will provide new critical capabilities such as ultra-high capacity, super-high reliability and low latency, which will allow businesses to develop creative new solutions to unlock use cases that are simply not possible with 4G networks today,” said Graham Osborne, Head of Ericsson Canada. “Ericsson has provided the 5G mobile infrastructure in both Ontario and Quebec for the ENCQOR network. The ENCQOR program will enable early access by enterprises to a pre-commercial 5G infrastructure to develop and demonstrate a new wave of solutions for the economy of the future. Ericsson believes this initiative will enable Ontario and Quebec to develop a leadership position in the 5G market that will drive jobs and economic growth.”

“ENCQOR paves the way for organizations to get a realistic view of how 5G will improve the way we communicate and interact,” said Scott McFeely, Senior Vice President, Ciena. “ENCQOR’s 5G wireless testbed platform, equipped with Ciena’s packet-optical technology, gives open access to small- and medium-sized enterprises to develop and test new 5G applications and use cases, which will push us even closer to experiencing the next generation of mobile digital communication.”

Thales Canada Inc. 
“ENCQOR reflects Thales’ commitment to ensuring Canada is a leader in the global 5G digital transformation,” said Mark Halinaty, President & CEO, Thales Canada Inc. “Thales builds and develops its digital expertise around four major digital technologies which play a key role in critical decision-making chains: connectivity and mobility, big data, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. We are proud that our expertise and technology powers key Canadian R&D activities and supports the engagement of SMEs across Ontario and Quebec, enabling rapid access to global business opportunities. Today’s announcement further demonstrates the importance of ENCQOR to the development and commercialization of Canadian 5G technologies which will support all aspects of our society, from safer commutes and smarter cities, to access to new economies.”

IBM Canada
“Our development initiatives in silicon photonics interconnections have been an integral part of IBM’s innovation efforts to respond to our clients’ growing needs in AI and high performance computing, including quantum and big data management,” said Louis Labelle, the Director in Chief of the IBM Canada Bromont plant. “The support we have received thus far through the ENCQOR consortium has been essential in accelerating our efforts to transform industries through the assembly and testing of key components in high bandwidth networks. We look forward to continued success and collaboration with our partners.”

CGI Canada
“ENCQOR hubs in Quebec and Ontario will fuel innovation and collaboration between CGI, academia and small/medium business,” explained Mark Boyajian, President of CGI’s Canada operations. “CGI’s expertise in Smart Grid solutions will support ENCQOR participants as we build a new generation of services and solutions for utilities, municipalities and other industries that exploit the clear benefits of 5G.”

Ontario Centres of Excellence
“Access to cutting edge technology like the ENCQOR pre-commercial 5G wireless testbed is key to the success of SMEs as they test and develop new products in Ontario,” said Claudia Krywiak, Interim President and CEO, OCE. “The ENCQOR 5G platform gives companies in many sectors of the economy a first-to-market advantage that can translate into jobs, national and global growth and an increased ability to scale.”

BluWave-ai (ENCQOR Program Participant)
“5G technologies are key for many of the emerging applications in the digital economy where machines are connected through these high-speed connections. At BluWave-ai, we are leveraging IoT sensors from renewable energy-oriented equipment like solar panels and batteries in electricity utility networks to aggressively displace fossil fuels with real time controls. To do this we need to have distributed AI prediction, optimization and subsequent management of utility networks leveraging high speed communications between the cloud and those IoT sensors,” said Devashish Paul, CEO, BluWave-ai. “Programs such as ENCQOR provide us with real world venues to test these technologies before deploying in complex utility networks and we’re proud to be a partner with OCE on this”.

Mnubo (ENCQOR Program Participant)
“The ENQCOR project is an exceptional opportunity for our SMEs. The Montréal and Québec Innovation Sites provide companies with resources and infrastructure to enable them to experiment with 5G products and services. And soon, practical workshops will aim to help those who do not yet have projects in development or who want to better understand 5G,” said Frédéric Bastien, President and CEO, Mnubo. “ENQCOR will offer them access to software and prototype equipment in order to carry out integration activities that will ultimately improve the competitiveness of Quebec businesses here and abroad.”


SOURCE Ontario Centres of Excellence Inc.

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Qianze Blake Yeung: “Focusing on the development of Greater Bay region will strengthen China’s competitiveness and promote economic development”

Vlad Poptamas



Senior economists and experts engaging during the Economic Forum
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The Eighth China (Guangzhou) International Finance Expo was held in Guangzhou from June 21 to 23, highlighting a variety of products that integrate finance with high technologies and during which economic issues were discussed in a series of highly charged forums.

The three-day event offered 14 thematic exhibition zones including the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Finance Exhibition Zone and the Financial Culture Exhibition Zone which were set up for the first time since the expo’s inception in 2012. The total exhibition area covered 45,000 square meters.

According to preliminary statistics, there were more than 100,000 visitors in the past three days, of which nearly 10,000 people attended the forum, nearly 300 journalists from more than 90 mainstream media locally and abroad came to the forums for interviews, nearly 7,000 related publicity reports, more than 1 million live video news viewings and network broadcasts, and more than 1 million WeChat impressions of the annual financial event.

During the International Forum of the Bay Area Economic Development, Blake Yeung, Managing Director of Qianze Asset Management Limited, together with Giles Chance, Professor at Tuck Business School of Dartmouth University, Doctor of Economics of London University and World Bank expert De Giorgi, Mr. Zeng Zhihua, Senior Economist of the World Bank, and Mr. Cai Weixing, Vice President of Nanling Scholar and Finance College of Guangdong University of Finance and Economics, conducted a discussion on “Opportunities for Investment and Development in the Bay Area”, focusing on investment opportunities and risk control in the application of big data, artificial intelligence, Internet and 5G technology.

During the forum, Blake Yeung shared his insights, “China’s adjustment of its current economic structure has led to certain shortfalls, such as a reduction in regional trade. China’s focus on the development of the Great Bay Area, including the reform and development of its manufacturing industry will boost its market competitiveness greatly, thus promoting China’s economic development in the future.

Following the event, Guangzhou Qianze Asset Management Co., Ltd. held its inaugural “Qianze BDAI Seminar” in GuangzhouJune 23. The conference attracted nearly 1,000 guests from Mainland ChinaHong KongTaiwan and Korea. Blake Yeung, Panjal Chandra, Qianze’s Director of Systems Development, and Julian D. Meyers, Director of Credit Risk Management, also attended the meeting.

As China’s economy develops rapidly, grasping the opportunities within the Greater Bay area, capitalizing on advanced science and financial technology, combining 5G with finance looks to be the choice strategy ahead for Qianze Asset Management.

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Synopsys and GLOBALFOUNDRIES Collaborate to Develop Broad Portfolio of DesignWare IP for 12LP FinFET Process

Vlad Poptamas



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  • DesignWare IP portfolio for GLOBALFOUNDRIES 12LP FinFET process includes Multi-Protocol 25G, USB 3.0 and 2.0, PCI Express 2.0, DDR4, LPDDR4/4X, MIPI D-PHY, SD-eMMC, and Data Converters
  • Synopsys’ DesignWare IP are optimized for high performance and low latency in compute-intensive applications, such as artificial intelligence, high-end smartphones, and networking infrastructure
  • Long-standing collaboration between the two companies has resulted in the successful development of DesignWare IP from 180-nm to 12-nm

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) today announced its collaboration with GLOBALFOUNDRIES (GF) to develop a broad portfolio of DesignWare® IP, including Multi-Protocol 25G, USB 3.0 and 2.0, PCI Express® 2.0, DDR4, LPDDR4/4X, MIPI D-PHY, SD-eMMC, and Data Converters, for GF’s 12-nanometer (nm) Leading-Performance (12LP) FinFET process technology. Synopsys’ DesignWare IP on the GF 12LP process enables designers to implement the latest interface and analog IP solutions in their artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, mobile, and consumer system-on-chips (SoCs) on GF’s 12LP technology, which delivers a 10 percent improvement in logic density and more than a 15 percent improvement in performance compared to previous FinFET generations. This collaboration is another extension to the long-standing relationship between the two companies, which has delivered DesignWare IP for GF’s processes from 180-nm to 12-nm.

“In response to growing demand for differentiated, feature-rich FinFET offerings, we are collaborating with Synopsys to provide quality IP in GF’s processes, enabling designers to deliver differentiated products to a broad set of market segments,” said Mark Ireland, vice president of Ecosystem Partnerships at GF. “The combination of our 12LP process with 3D FinFET transistor technology and Synopsys’ high-performance DesignWare IP allows our mutual customers to accelerate their time to volume production.”

“As the leading provider of interface IP, Synopsys continues to collaborate with key foundries, such as GF, to deliver DesignWare IP solutions for the latest FinFET process technologies,” said John Koeter, vice president of marketing for IP at Synopsys. “With Synopsys’ DesignWare IP portfolio in GF’s 12LP process, designers can efficiently integrate the necessary functionality into their complex SoCs while meeting the bandwidth and power requirements of their mobile and high-end computing applications.”


SOURCE Synopsys, Inc.

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