Huawei et la section IEEE-UAE publient conjointement le livre blanc sur le réseau de conduite autonome des centres de données L3.5

DUBAÏ, UAE14 octobre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — À l’occasion de HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï, Huawei a publié le livre blanc sur les réseaux de conduite autonome L3.5 pour les centres de données, en collaboration avec la section IEEE-UAE et les précurseurs de l’industrie, Ankabut des EAU et Commercial Bank of Kuwait (CBK). Ce livre blanc fournit un aperçu approfondi de l’architecture, des capacités clés et des scénarios d’application typiques des réseaux de conduite autonome (ADN) L3.5 dans les scénarios de centres de données, ainsi que des pratiques de déploiement dans des secteurs clés tels que la finance, les services publics et l’énergie. Ce livre blanc constitue un point de référence informatif pour les entreprises et peut aider à porter l’automatisation et l’intelligence des réseaux de centres de données (DCN) à de nouveaux niveaux.

White Paper Launch Ceremony

Selon le livre blanc, alors que l’économie numérique devient un moteur essentiel de la croissance économique mondiale et que les centres de données d’entreprise se développent rapidement, les réseaux de centres de données doivent de toute urgence relever les défis suivants :

  • Les réseaux hétérogènes multicloud et multi-DC sont devenus la norme pour les entreprises. Ainsi, les entreprises clientes ont besoin de gérer et de coordonner de manière centralisée les centres de données (DCN) multiclouds et les périphériques réseau multifournisseurs.
  • L’ADN doit s’intégrer de manière transparente aux systèmes d’exploitation et de maintenance et aux processus informatiques des entreprises, qui varient considérablement d’une entreprise à l’autre, afin de mettre en œuvre une gestion intelligente en boucle fermée tout au long du processus.

Pour relever les défis susmentionnés, le livre blanc propose le réseau de conduite autonome de centre de données L3.5, qui met en œuvre des capacités d’automatisation et d’intelligence de haut niveau telles que la gestion unifiée, l’orchestration et la collaboration flexibles, et la simulation dans des réseaux multiclouds et multifournisseurs, en plus de l’interconnexion avec les systèmes de gestion informatique des entreprises pour réaliser une automatisation de bout en bout.

Le livre blanc illustre les technologies clés des ADN L3.5 pour les centres de données :

  • Plateforme de programmabilité ouverte : gestion centralisée de réseaux et de dispositifs hétérogènes.
  • Plateforme d’orchestration Intent : permet de mettre en œuvre des réseaux hétérogènes multicloud et multifournisseurs hautement automatisés et de provisionner des réseaux cross-cloud en quelques secondes.
  • Les API publiées à partir de flux de services orchestrés : s’intègrent de manière transparente aux systèmes d’exploitation et de maintenance et aux processus informatiques de l’entreprise, réduisant ainsi le nombre de bons de travail et la quantité de travail manuel répétitif de plus de 70 %.

« Le réseau de conduite autonome des centres de données de Huawei est le premier du secteur à évoluer de L3.0 à L3.5. C’est le résultat de notre connaissance approfondie des scénarios de service du monde réel et des problématiques des clients dans des secteurs tels que la finance, le service public et la fabrication, ainsi que de nos innovations conjointes avec les précurseurs de l’industrie », a déclaré Arthur Wang, vice-président du domaine des réseaux de centres de données de Huawei. « Le livre blanc partage les meilleures pratiques à travers ces secteurs, afin d’améliorer la compétitivité des entreprises en optimisant leurs architectures réseau et leurs modes de fonctionnement et en les aidant à construire des services agiles et fiables tout en réduisant leurs OPEX et CAPEX. »

À ce jour, la solution de réseau de conduite autonome pour centre de données de Huawei a été déployée dans les centres de données de plus de 10 000 clients dans des secteurs tels que la finance, les services publics, la fabrication et l’énergie.

Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter le site Web du réseau de centres de données pour la conduite autonome :
https://e.huawei.com/en/solutions/business-needs/enterprise-network/data-center-network-new/adn

Pour télécharger le livre blanc sur le réseau de conduite autonome des centres de données L3.5, , veuillez consulter le site suivant :
https://e.huawei.com/en/material/networking/604d7c910e884a0d9005cdb0513c87ee

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HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï : Une infrastructure innovante stimule la transformation numérique industrielle

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis14 octobre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — HUAWEI CONNECT Dubai s’est tenu aux Émirats arabes unis. Plus de 3 000 intervenants de l’industrie se sont réunis pour discuter du thème « Une infrastructure innovante pour libérer le numérique ». Des représentants du ministère égyptien de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la recherche scientifique, de Galaxy Backbone Limited au Nigeria, de Huawei et d’autres organisations ont partagé leurs dernières pratiques en matière de numérisation, explorant de nouvelles voies vers la transformation numérique industrielle.

Steven Yi, President of Huawei Middle East & Africa Area

Ken Hu, président tournant de Huawei, a prononcé un discours décrivant trois façons dont l’écosystème des TIC peut aider à surmonter les obstacles communs à la transformation numérique :

  • Renforcer l’infrastructure numérique, y compris par le biais d’une connectivité plus robuste et de ressources informatiques plus solides et plus diversifiées.
  • Aider les entreprises à aller au-delà de la simple adoption du cloud et à en tirer le meilleur parti, en mettant l’accent sur les services technologiques de pointe qui favorisent le développement de nouveautés.
  • Développer des écosystèmes numériques locaux, y compris en développant des partenaires, en renforçant le vivier de talents numériques et en apportant plus de soutien aux PME.

Steven Yi, président de Huawei au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique, a prononcé la déclaration préliminaire exprimant sa gratitude aux clients et partenaires pour leur confiance continue, et a réaffirmé l’engagement de Huawei à contribuer au développement local. Il a également parlé de trois initiatives clés de Huawei et de ses clients et partenaires pour libérer la productivité numérique. Ensemble, ils travaillent à bâtir une base numérique solide pour tous et à renforcer les écosystèmes numériques locaux pour soutenir l’avenir des nations numériques.

Des technologies novatrices fondées sur des scénarios améliorent l’infrastructure numérique pour libérer la productivité numérique

Bob Chen, vice-président de Huawei Enterprise BG, a indiqué que la synergie multitechnologies est essentielle pour déterminer la technologie correspondant à chaque situation. Il a expliqué dans son discours d’ouverture, intitulé « Les infrastructures numériques innovantes accélèrent la transformation numérique », que « les données sont au cœur de la transformation numérique, et leur acquisition, leur transmission, leur stockage et leur analyse en sont des étapes essentielles. Huawei propose des produits et des gammes de produits complets pour le traitement des données de bout en bout, ce qui permet de favoriser la transformation numérique des clients. »

En termes de connectivité des données, Huawei a présenté NetEngine AR5710, une passerelle hyper-convergente idéale pour les petites et moyennes branches, et NetEngine 8000 F8, un routeur d’agrégation à service universel ultra-compact. Ces produits tout nouveaux aident à établir une base de données solide pour libérer davantage la productivité numérique.

En termes de transmission de données, Huawei a exploré comment appliquer l’évolution du réseau fixe de cinquième génération (F5G) dans diverses industries. En outre, Huawei et un client de Dubaï ont lancé conjointement une solution numérique d’inspection de couloir de pipeline basée sur la technologie de détection de fibre optique, permettant l’inspection automatique de couloir de pipeline.

En ce qui concerne le stockage de données, Huawei et Commvault, une société de logiciels de gestion de données, ont lancé conjointement une solution de protection des données, qui offre aux entreprises clientes une protection des données sécurisée et fiable de bout en bout. Cela permet de créer une base de stockage fiable et efficace, permettant aux entreprises de maximiser la valeur des données.

Joy Huang, présidente de Huawei Cloud Strategy & Industry Development, a souligné que l’approche de la transformation numérique de Huawei repose sur trois piliers : une infrastructure plus verte, une innovation continue et une expérience partagée. Huawei Cloud vise à être le meilleur partenaire de numérisation pour les clients, et travaille avec des partenaires et des clients pour libérer le numérique grâce à sa stratégie « Everything as a Service ».

Une infrastructure innovante est déployée dans les industries en vue de stimuler la numérisation industrielle

Lors de l’événement, des clients de diverses industries au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique ont également partagé leurs meilleures pratiques avec Huawei dans la transformation numérique.

Le Dr Hesham Farouk Ali, ministre adjoint égyptien de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche scientifique, a déclaré que les TIC rendraient l’éducation plus centrée sur les individus et accéléreraient la transformation des méthodes d’enseignement et d’apprentissage. L’expertise de Huawei dans les réseaux d’éducation et de recherche, le cloud et l’IA fournit un soutien clé et jette les bases de la numérisation de l’enseignement supérieur en Égypte.

Baffajo Beita, directeur informatique de Galaxy Backbone Limited, a déclaré que Galaxy et Huawei ont innové ensemble pour aider le Nigeria à construire un réseau cloud unifié d’e-gouvernement, accélérant la numérisation du gouvernement et stimulant l’économie numérique du pays.

Programme Huawei Empower : créer un écosystème numérique florissant pour les partenaires mondiaux

Au cours de cet événement, Huawei a présenté son programme Huawei Empower, qui vise à contribuer au développement d’un écosystème numérique prospère pour ses partenaires internationaux. Ce programme permettra à Huawei d’innover conjointement avec ses partenaires par le biais des OpenLabs, de donner à ses partenaires les moyens d’agir grâce à un nouveau cadre, un nouveau modèle et une plateforme intégrée, et de constituer un vivier de talents grâce aux programmes Huawei ICT Academy et Huawei Authorized Learning Partner (HALP). Huawei a également annoncé un investissement de 300 millions de dollars américains dans ce programme au cours des trois prochaines années pour soutenir ses partenaires mondiaux.

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Huawei Releases the White Paper On Electric Power Communication All-Optical Network, Accelerating Digital Transformation of Electric Power

DUBAI, UAE, Oct. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Dubai, during the Huawei Global Electric Power Summit themed “Unleash Digital and Create New Value for Electric Power”, Huawei released the White Paper on Electric Power Communication All-Optical Network Architecture and Technologies to facilitate the digital transformation of the electric power industry.

Jason Li, Director of Marketing & Solutions Sales, Huawei Electric Power Digitalization Business Unit, gave a speech in which he emphasized that the power communication network is the basis for automatic power grid dispatching, market-oriented network operations, and modernized management. He also noted that such a network is an important means to ensure secure, stable, and economical operations of the power grid as well as the core infrastructure of the power system. The White Paper, released by Huawei, describes how to build an intelligent optical base for power communication networks based on the all-optical architecture. It also aims to help the electric power industry cope with digital challenges, meet technical requirements for digital transformation, and accelerate digital transformation.

Huawei Releases the White Paper On Electric Power Communication All-Optical Network

The digital transformation of the electric power industry requires the power communication network to inherit the hard pipe technology used on production network services — such as SCADA, security and stability system, and teleprotection — to ensure high reliability and deterministic low latency of the production network. In addition, the power communication network must also be capable of carrying future-oriented services, such as situation awareness and IoT, to improve the scalability of network bandwidth and the flexibility of multi-service bearing. With the development of the fifth-generation fixed network (F5G), the optical service unit (OSU), as the fifth-generation native hard pipe (NHP) technology, takes the best of both SDH and OTN technologies. It supports the ultra-high bandwidth beyond 100G, and provides 2 Mbit/s to 100 Gbit/s service access capabilities, meeting needs of both production network services and future-oriented services. These strengths make OSU the preferred solution for digital power grid network construction and SDH network upgrade.

According to the White Paper, the OSU technology is integrated into the backbone network, power transmission and transformation network, and substation/power distribution network to implement highly secure bearing of network services at each layer. The architecture implements E2E one-hop transmission from the substation/power distribution network to the backbone network, making the NHP all-optical architecture the optimal architecture of the power communication network. Specifically, the NHP all-optical architecture of the power communication network has the following features:

  • The NHP all-optical architecture features high network compatibility, service isolation, and wide site coverage. It enables networks at each layer to inherit the original hard pipe technology and ensures smooth evolution of service systems.
  • The OSU technology implements one-hop transmission of E2E services, ensuring secure isolation between service systems. In addition, uniform management interfaces and technical standards are provided to simplify management and O&M.
  • OSU over Passive Optical Network (OSU over PON for short) implements hard pipe PON, extending NHP to scenarios such as substations. E2E hard pipes and hard isolation not only implement E2E service provisioning, but also ensure service security and quality.
  • In terms of security, the NHP all-optical communication network systems are physically isolated from each other. Based on the zero-trust framework, an in-depth defense system is built for the power communication network to meet the availability, reliability, and resilience requirements of electric power services.

Huawei has been working in the optical network field for nearly 30 years and has maintained the largest market share in the global optical network market for 13 consecutive years. Huawei makes full use of its technological prowess to continuously explore the electric power industry. Together with the upstream and downstream of the industry chain, Huawei has provided secure, stable, and reliable all-optical communication network solutions for countries and regions such as China, Thailand, Brazil, the UAE, and Austria, accelerating the digital transformation of the electric power industry and reshaping industry productivity.

For more information about the White Paper, please visit:
https://e.huawei.com/en/material/enterprise/fd3fb19ea33042bea73b87a6a966d2f1

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Huawei Intelligent Cloud-Network Upgrades Capabilities in Three Scenarios Based on Innovative Technologies

DUBAI, UAE, Oct. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — During HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Dubai, Huawei unveiled the upgraded capabilities of its Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution at the “Intelligent Cloud-Network, Unleashing Digital Productivity” summit. These capabilities, which center on three major scenarios —CloudFabric 3.0, CloudCampus 3.0, and CloudWAN 3.0— are provided to meet network development trends. Huawei also released the L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network White Paper, together with IEEE-UAE Section and pioneering customers, to contribute to the thriving data communications industry and unleash digital productivity.

The changes in enterprise business are driving the development of enterprise ICT infrastructure, and IP networks — serving as the bridge between IT and CT and covering all production and office procedures of enterprises, constitute the connectivity foundation for industry digital transformation. Networks have never been more important than they are today.

Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei Data Communication Product Line, delivers a speech entitled "Intelligent Cloud-Network, Leading Future Digital Innovation"

Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei Data Communication Product Line, shed light on how to respond to future development trends and address network challenges. According to Daniel Tang, Huawei keeps innovating data communications technologies in areas such as Wi-Fi 7, 400GE, IPv6 Enhanced, multi-cloud synergy, autonomous driving network, and ubiquitous security. With these innovative technologies, Huawei has upgraded its capabilities in three scenarios: CloudFabric 3.0, CloudCampus 3.0, and CloudWAN 3.0.

  • CloudFabric 3.0

Huawei CloudFabric 3.0 offers full-lifecycle intelligent capabilities for multi-cloud and multi-vendor networks based on L3.5 ADN technology. Stand-out features include unified management and control, flexible orchestration and collaboration, simulation & verification, risk prediction, and unified O&M for applications and networks. Plus, this solution facilitates easy interconnection with customers’ IT management systems to achieve end-to-end automation. Key results include easy deployment, easy O&M, and easy evolution.

By leveraging Huawei’s ADN and hyper-converged Ethernet technologies, Ankabut is building the world’s first HPC supercomputing center with Ethernet and InfiniBand co-cluster.

At the summit, Huawei, together with IEEE-UAE Section, Ankabut of UAE, and CBK of Kuwait, released the L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network White Paper.

  • CloudCampus 3.0

Huawei further upgraded its CloudCampus 3.0 offerings by unveiling a host of flagship products, including the first enterprise-class Wi-Fi 7 AP AirEngine 8771-X1T, next-generation flagship core switch CloudEngine S16700, and 4-in-1 hyper-converged enterprise gateway NetEngine AR5710.

Huawei CloudCampus 3.0 helps enterprises simplify their campus networks from four aspects: access, architecture, branch, and Operations and Maintenance (O&M).

  • CloudWAN 3.0

In the WAN field, Huawei continues to innovate technologies such as SRv6, FlexE slicing, and application-based IFIT measurement, and all of these technologies rely on IPv6 Enhanced. Huawei has further upgraded its CloudWAN 3.0 offerings to achieve agile connectivity, deterministic experience, and agile O&M and launched an ultra-high-density multi-service aggregation router — NetEngine 8000 F8 — to improve digital productivity with agile connectivity.

With Huawei’s help, the Gauteng province successfully deployed the first 100GE private network in South Africa — GBN.

The future digital world is full of uncertainties. As the saying goes, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Mindful of this, Huawei strongly advocates partnerships and will continue to cooperate and innovate with more customers and partners in the data communication field. Vincent Liu, President of Huawei’s Global Enterprise Network Marketing & Solutions Sales Dept, highlighted that Huawei has set up many regional joint innovation labs and OpenLabs. Through these labs, Huawei is well poised to jointly innovate with customers from sectors such as public service, oil and gas, electric power, finance, education, and ISP. These concerted efforts pay off in many high-value application scenarios and achieve remarkable results. To date, Huawei has already trained and certified 188,000 data communication engineers, providing a large pool of ICT talent for digital transformation across industries.

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Madison Realty Capital Originates $32 Million Loan for Multifamily Development in Seattle

NEW YORK, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Madison Realty Capital, a vertically integrated real estate private equity firm focused on debt and equity investment strategies, today announced that it has provided a $32 million loan to Vibrant Cities for a recently completed, eight-story mixed-use residential and retail property located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.

The 95-unit property, known as Pivot Apartments, received TCO in May, and is 69% leased to date. Additionally, Pivot contains 4,900 square feet of ground floor retail space that is fully leased to Wasabi Sushi, La Cocina Oaxaqueña, and Social Tea. Thirty of the property’s residential units are fully leased for use as short-term rentals to Sonder USA Inc., a boutique hospitality company and short-term rental manager. Located at 1208 Pine Street, Pivot is ideally situated for professionals directly off Interstate 5, within minutes of multiple public transit options, and borders Seattle’s Central Business District, home to Fortune 500 companies and popular Seattle tourist destination, Pike Place Market. The Property participates in Seattle’s Multifamily Tax Exemption Program by designating 20% of the residential units as affordable.

Josh Zegen, Managing Principal and Co-Founder of Madison Realty Capital, said, “Pivot offers centrally located, flexible short- and long-term living options for Seattle’s robust employment market. We are pleased to further expand our presence in the Pacific Northwest by delivering a customized financing solution to Vibrant Cities, an experienced developer in Seattle with an extensive history of delivering high-quality multifamily properties.”

Ming Fung, Co-Founder and President of Vibrant Cities, added, “Madison Realty Capital’s team deeply understood our vision for Pivot Apartments and its place within Seattle’s most dense and hippest neighborhood located within walking distance to the core of downtown Seattle. Their reputation for professionalism and certainty of execution made them the best choice to complete this exciting new development in Seattle’s Capitol Hill.”

Pivot contains a unit mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom residences with modern interiors, high-efficiency HVAC systems, LED light fixtures, and built-in closets, with some units offering private balconies and in-unit washer/dryers. Community amenities include an outdoor deck, parking garage, bike storage, on-site office, and fitness center for both long-term and short-term tenants.

About Madison Realty Capital 

Madison Realty Capital is a vertically integrated real estate private equity firm that, as of August 31, 2022, manages approximately $9.5 billion in total assets on behalf of a global institutional investor base. Since 2004, Madison Realty Capital has completed approximately $21 billion in transactions providing borrowers with flexible and highly customized financing solutions, strong underwriting capabilities, and certainty of execution. Headquartered in New York City, with an office in Los Angeles, the firm has approximately 70 employees across all real estate investment, development, and property management disciplines. Madison Realty Capital has been named to Commercial Observer’s prestigious “Power 100” list of New York City real estate players. To learn more, follow us on LinkedIn and visit www.madisonrealtycapital.com.

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21-year-old man was arrested

A 21-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly killing his 57-year-old biological mother with a pounding stick.

The incident happened at Diyogha village in the Mukwe Constituency, the Namibian Police Force crime investigations coordinator for the Kavango East Region, Bonifatius Kanyetu told Nampa yesterday.

Kanyetu said the suspect, who was alone with his mother, also set her on fire as well as the clothes she was wearing along with a blanket, in an attempt to destroy evidence.

He allegedly attempted to dig a hole to bury her before fleeing the scene instead.

The scene was discovered by a member of the community yesterday morning who had wanted to pay a visit to the deceased.

This person alerted the police.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC)

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) yesterday inaugurated its innovation centre at the Namibia University of Science and Technology’s High-Tech Transfer Plaza Select (HTTPS).

MTC has said the centre will facilitate a functional technological inspired ecosystem for the university community, industries, development partners and entrepreneurs.

Speaking at the event, MTC Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Licky Erastus said the centre is an innovation hub where industry experts and academics will be able to leverage synergies in order to bring innovative ideas and concepts to life.

Erastus stressed that as the government enables ICT policies, they can only be meaningfully leveraged if industry players adopt a culture of smart collaboration, noting that innovation exercises are costly and risky as not all ideas become commercially viable solutions.

The innovation centre will be open to the NUST students and industry experts and will serve as a hub were industry meets academia, while there is also a mobile home which will provide MTC services.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Fourth Committee Speakers Press Case for Tangible Results to Draw Down List of Non-Self-Governing Territories

The decolonization agenda of the United Nations remains an urgent priority today, amidst new challenges affecting Non-Self-Governing Territories, speakers told the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) heard as it continued its general debate on decolonization.
Representatives of several erstwhile colonies which gained independence and became Member States of the United Nations shared their experiences as they reaffirmed the importance of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, adopted by the General Assembly in 1960.
India’s delegate recalled that his country was the first Chair of the Special Committee on Decolonization, established to monitor the Declaration’s implementation. It is concerning that while more than 80 former colonies have gained independence since the United Nations was founded in 1945, another 17 places remain on the Organization’s list of Non-Self-Governing Territories, he said.
Cameroon’s representative called for tangible results for the remaining Territories, noting that his nation achieved its liberation through a process that unfolded under the auspices of the United Nations.
Bangladesh’s delegate, in the same vein, recalled his country’s experience of being under foreign occupation and pointed out that its Constitution enshrines support for oppressed peoples worldwide in their struggle against imperialism, colonialism or racism.
Saint Lucia’s representative likewise said that the United Nations played a key role in the decolonization of his country, which attained its independence 43 years ago. He drew particular attention to the impact of climate change on many Non-Self-Governing Territories which are small islands in the Caribbean and the Pacific.
Poland’s representative, noting his country’s participation in many peacekeeping activities, welcomed United Nations peacekeeping mandates which refer to climate change. He noted that the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) features the first United Nations Environmental Security Advisor and encouraged similar appointments in other missions and operations.
France’s delegate also addressed the Committee today, noting that New Caledonia, of which his country is the administering Power, has started an important phase in the Nouméa Accord process. Drawing attention to the outcome of the third referendum on the question of full sovereignty and independence for that Territory, he encouraged all delegations to support the draft resolution on the question of New Caledonia and to adopt it by consensus.
Also speaking today were the representatives of Bahrain, Viet Nam, Honduras, United Arab Emirates, Paraguay, Chile, Togo, Russian Federation, Comoros, Guyana, Gambia, Mozambique, Kuwait, Colombia, Angola, Benin, Indonesia, Namibia, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Qatar and Yemen.
Representatives of Iran, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia spoke in exercise of the right of reply.
The Fourth Committee will reconvene at 10 a.m. on Friday, 14 October, to conclude its debate on decolonization.
Decolonization
ABDULLA ALI ABDULRAHMAN MOHAMED AHMED (Bahrain), highlighting the Organization’s tireless efforts towards decolonization, said that the achievement of a just and lasting peace in the Middle East depends on the establishment of a sovereign and independent Palestinian State with its capital in East Jerusalem based on the two-State solution. He expressed solidarity with Morocco’s efforts to protect its territorial integrity and welcomed its initiative on self-rule. Reaffirming solidarity with the United Arab Emirates and its right to restore its sovereignty over the three Emirati islands occupied by Iran, he called on that country to resolve this matter through direct negotiations.
TRA PHUONG NGUYEN (Viet Nam) said that constructive political dialogue is the right path toward decolonization and urged the administering Powers to strengthen their cooperation with the United Nations to expedite that process. The Organization should continue to ensure that the administering Powers’ activities do not negatively affect the legitimate interests of the Non-Self-Governing Territories. Instead, efforts should be carried out in a constructive manner that supports the wishes of the people of the Territories and assists them in addressing new and emerging challenges as well as promoting cultural, economic and social development.
YOLANNIE CERRATO (Honduras) reaffirmed support for the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples and the work of the Special Committee on Decolonization. Noting that the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) has reiterated its commitment to making Latin America and the Caribbean a region free from colonialism, she recalled the group’s firm support for the legitimate rights of Argentina over the Malvinas*, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and surrounding maritime areas. Cooperation between the two parties in that dispute is essential to restore Argentina’s sovereignty over that Territory, she said, adding that Honduras will stand in solidarity with other countries to achieve the well-being of all people, she said.
Ms. ALMEHAIRBI (United Arab Emirates) highlighted the importance of settling disputes peacefully. Expressing support for the full sovereignty of Morocco over the Moroccan Sahara, she said that that country’s self-government initiative is a serious and credible solution that is in accordance with the Charter. Morocco has made many efforts to raise living standards in the Territory, she said, noting that her country has opened a consulate in the Moroccan Sahara. Calling for the end of the occupation by Iran of the three Emirati islands in the Gulf, she said that both history and international law reaffirm her country’s sovereignty over those islands. The United Arb Emirates will never give up its sovereignty on those islands whether through direct negotiations or through the International Court of Justice, she said.
CECILIA MARTÍNEZ (Paraguay), associating herself with CELAC and the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), stressed the need to do more to protect the rights of indigenous communities, adding that political will must transcend whoever is in power. She voiced support for Argentina’s legitimate right of sovereignty over the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and surrounding maritime areas and called on that country and the United Kingdom to resume negotiations as soon as possible towards a peaceful solution to the dispute. She also supported efforts by the Secretary-General and his Special Envoy for Western Sahara to help the parties in that dispute reach a just, lasting and mutually acceptable resolution.
The representative of Chile, associating herself with CELAC and MERCOSUR, said that although the decolonization process has yet to be completed overall, there has been progress. She encouraged the international community to undertake efforts within the United Nations framework and international law to eliminate colonialism. She voiced support for the “legitimate rights” of the sovereignty of Argentina over the Malvinas Islands, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, as well as their surrounding waters, stressing the need for the Governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom to resume negotiations in order to arrive as soon as possible at a peaceful and definitive resolution to the sovereignty dispute.
KOFFI AKAKPO (Togo), reaffirming respect for the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, expressed support for any political processes implemented in still-colonized Territories. On Western Sahara, he welcomed the efforts of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General and called for a continuation of the roundtable processes. All parties must remain active throughout the process to reach a pragmatic political solution, he said, stressing that the different parties involved must respect the ceasefire. He went on to note the socio-economic development being made in Moroccan Sahara and welcomed the inauguration of consulates by various countries in that Territory.
Mr. ILICHEV (Russian Federation), emphasizing that the United Nations must not rest on what has been accomplished so far on the decolonization agenda, pointed out that this matter is not just about political independence. Outside forces control Institutions and do not allow the local population to fully engage in peaceful coexistence, he said. Calling for a long-term mutually acceptable solution to the problem of Western Sahara, he expressed support for the efforts of the Special Envoy to promote direct talks between the Frente Popular para la Liberación de Saguía el-Hamra y de Río de Oro (Frente POLISARIO) and Morocco. Also stressing the importance of a solution for the Palestinian issue, he expressed support for a two-State solution. Calling for urgent resumption of direct negotiations between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Malvinas, he voiced concern about London’s unwillingness to start such a dialogue and the fact that the United Kingdom is undertaking economic activity in the islands.
ISSIMAIL CHANFI (Comoros) voiced full support for Morocco’s autonomy initiate in Moroccan Sahara, calling for stakeholders’ constructive engagement based on Council resolutions adopted since 2007. Visits of the Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy in January, June and September provided strong impetus to the process of restarting roundtable discussions. The international community should mobilize support for Morocco’s autonomy initiative, which has the support of more than 90 countries. He welcomed the King of Morocco’s efforts to guarantee the socio-economic development of Moroccan Sahara, adding that Comoros has established a consulate general there alongside offices set up by several regional organizations.
TRISHALA SIMANTINI PERSAUD (Guyana), associating herself with CELAC, called on the administering Powers of Non-Self-Governing Territories to fully cooperate with the United Nations for the speedy decolonization of all peoples. She also welcomed the decision to dispatch visiting and special missions to those Territories. She voiced support for Security Council and General Assembly resolutions on the question of Western Sahara and urged all parties to respect and uphold their provisions. She went on to urge the international community to cease the perilous plight inflicted upon the people of Palestine.
LAMIN B. DIBBA (Gambia), reaffirming support for the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, said that the right to self-determination is an inalienable right of all peoples. Discussing the Moroccan Sahara, he encouraged all parties to remain committed to the roundtable process. The participation of elected representatives of the regions of the Sahara in meetings of the Special Committee on Decolonization is a welcome sign, he said, expressing firm support for Morocco’s sovereignty and territorial integrity over the Sahara region and praising that country’s constructive spirit and sustained engagement. He also expressed strong support for the Moroccan autonomy initiative, saying that it could contribute to security and stability in the Sahel region.
ANTÓNIO MAPUA BAMBISSA (Mozambique), noting that it is unfortunate that there are still many Non-Self-Governing Territories waiting to be decolonized, reaffirmed his country’s long-standing support for an acceptable solution that will allow the people of Western Sahara to exercise their right to self-determination. He called for the unconditional implementation of United Nations resolutions and African Union decisions aimed at bringing forth a durable solution that meets the aspirations of the people of Western Sahara. While acknowledging the importance of the appointment of a Special Envoy, he drew attention to the delay in implementing approved legal instruments and the negative impact this is having on the Sahrawis. He also noted the deterioration in the humanitarian situation in the occupied territories of Palestine and expressed support for international efforts to end the suffering of the Palestinian people.
KRZYSZTOF MARIA SZCZERSKI (Poland) said each State should enjoy the rights of sovereignty and territorial integrity under the same conditions, and that the United Nations should not be a place where the privileges of certain States are used to deprive others of their rights. Poland remains engaged in many peacekeeping activities and has been present in United Nations peacekeeping missions since 1953, he said, underscoring the missions’ role in integrating climate and security considerations. He welcomed progress made in addressing climate change in specific mandates, notably by United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) where the first United Nations Environmental Security Advisor has been appointed, and encouraged similar appointments in other missions and operations.
ABDULAZIZ A. M. A. ALAJMI (Kuwait) said that although Palestine is not a Non-Self-Governing Territory under the Committee’s consideration, his delegation reiterates the need to end Israel’s occupation and to grant full political rights to the Palestinian people, including the right to self-determination. He also urged the Special Committee on Decolonization to explore different ways and means to grant independence to the Non-Self-Governing Territories. Administering Powers must cooperate with the Special Committee and provide accurate information on conditions in those Territories. He voiced support for Morocco’s autonomy initiative for the Sahara, describing it as a constructive option that will enable parties to reach an acceptable solution with full respect for Morocco’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
MUHAMMAD ABDUL MUHITH (Bangladesh) said that it is concerning that 61 years after the General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, that document’s aspirations remain unfulfilled. Recalling his country’s experience under foreign occupation, he said that its Constitution enshrines support for oppressed peoples throughout the world in their struggle against imperialism, colonialism or racism. He urged the administering Powers to fully cooperate with the Special Committee on Decolonization, including by facilitating its field missions in Territories under their administration. He went on to express support for the just cause of the Palestinian people for an independent State with East Jerusalem as its capital.
CARLTON RONNIE HENRY (Saint Lucia), associating himself with CELAC, recalled the key role that the United Nations played in his country’s decolonization process. Noting that many Non-Self-Governing Territories are small islands in the Caribbean and in the Pacific vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change, he expressed concern about an impending order that would suspend the elected Government of the British Virgin Islands and impose direct rule on that Territory. Calling on the international community to support a genuine decolonization process for the British Virgin Islands, he stressed the importance of implementing a case-by-case work programme for small Territories.
SONIA MARINA PEREIRA PORTILLA (Colombia) associating herself with CELAC and MERCOSUR, expressed support for Argentina in its sovereignty dispute over the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and surrounding maritime areas. She called for negotiations to reach a peaceful and definitive solution to that dispute, underscoring the importance of complying with the General Assembly resolution that calls on the parties to abstain from adopting decisions that would unilaterally modify the situation while the process recommended by the Assembly is ongoing.
NICOLAS DE RIVIÈRE (France) welcomed the participation of the Government of New Caledonia and others in the work of the Committee, noting that New Caledonia has started an important phase in the process called for in the Nouméa Accord. He drew attention to the outcome of the third referendum on the question of full sovereignty and independence for the Territory, conducted on 12 December 2021. He also encouraged all delegations to support the draft resolution on the question of New Caledonia as it is presented to the Committee and to adopt it by consensus.
MARIA DE JESUS DOS REIS FERREIRA (Angola), reaffirming respect for the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, highlighted the role of visiting missions to Territories. She voiced support for all initiatives to establish peace in the Middle East and reaffirmed the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people. Noting that Western Sahara is the last Non-Self-Governing Territory in Africa, she welcomed the efforts of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General to advance the political process. Noting that the mandate of MINURSO will be reviewed soon, she added that the Mission is mandated to facilitate a referendum to ensure that the Sahrawi people exercise their right to self-determination.
MAURILLE FIRMIN BIAOU (Benin), reaffirming support for all diplomatic initiatives to find a peaceful and sustainable solution to the question of Western Sahara, said it is essential to build on the accomplishments of the political process that has unfolded under the Secretary-General’s relevant Security Council resolutions, he welcomed the efforts of the Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy. Stressing the importance of resuming the roundtable negotiations in the same format with the effective participation of all parties to the dispute, he said that everyone’s co-operation is needed to reach a happy resolution.
ARRMANATHA CHRISTIAWAN NASIR (Indonesia) said that his country, as Vice-Chair of the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, is fully committed to the United Nations decolonization agenda. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Special Committee was able to engage with the Non-Self-Governing Territories, administering Powers and relevant stakeholders. Recommendations were put forward by the Special Committee to advance decolonization discussions. Urging momentum in the decolonization process, he said that to advance the decolonization agenda, delisting the remaining Territories should be the only focus of the Special Committee. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, he pointed out, underscoring that the Committee must ensure a careful balance and fair assessment of the situation of each Territory. Continuous dialogue and consultation between all stakeholders is essential, as that is the only way to find a just, lasting and mutually acceptable solution, he said.
The assistance and support of the United Nations system, including the Secretary-General’s good offices, can help ensure that the Special Committee can effectively discharge its mandate, such as on the question of the Falkland Islands (Malvinas), he continued. On that matter, the Special Committee continues to encourage both parties to resume dialogue and cooperation, while considering the interests of the islands’ population. On the question of Western Sahara, he said good cooperation with the Security-General’s Personal Envoy could build a positive step towards moving the political process forward. On the issue of New Caledonia, he said the Special Committee continues to encourage all parties to maintain conditions conducive for the next step post the referendum process. To further advance the decolonization agenda, communication and constructive engagement must be continuous and intensified, he said, encouraging more in-person meetings and visits among stakeholders as the pandemic nears its end. Also needed is strengthened international support and cooperation to help the Territories face global challenges, including the food and energy crises. He went on to say that Indonesia, as president of the Group of Twenty (G20), has emphasized inclusiveness and intensified engagement with developing countries to better understand their needs.
HELENA NDAPEWA KUZEE (Namibia) said that during its current session, the Committee must endeavor to yield outcomes that transform lives and changes living conditions in the Non-Self-Governing Territories. On the question of Western Sahara, she voiced regret that the Personal Envoy of the Secretary-General has received an indication that he cannot have full access to stakeholders in Morocco and that he was forced to call off his visit earlier this year. Urging support for the people of Western Sahara to be granted their right to self-determination, she called for a United Nations-led visiting mission to provide more context on the situation on the ground. On the question of Palestine, she called for adequate supplementary support for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA).
GULED ABDO MOHAMMED (Ethiopia), noting that the world is grappling with multiple and complex challenges, drew attention to their impact on the social and economic conditions in Non-Self-Governing Territories. The international community, including the United Nations development system, must help improve the conditions of the people in these Territories, he said, adding that the administering Powers have the responsibility to promote the socioeconomic advancement of Territories. Voicing support for the inalienable right of the people of Western Sahara to self-determination, he called on parties to resume direct negotiations and pursue an African solution to this matter.
KINGSTONE ZIYERA (Zimbabwe), noting that it is disheartening that the decolonization agenda remains unfulfilled, highlighted the role of the United Nations Charter and its principles in defending the interest of weaker and smaller countries. Urging all Member States to use the same yardstick at all times, he called on Morocco and the Frente POLISARIO to implement the commitments made under the 1988 Settlement Plan that was approved by the Security Council. Noting that his country is a former colony, he expressed concern that the people of Western Sahara have not been afforded the opportunity to decide their future. The judgment of the European Court of Justice indicates that Western Sahara has a clearly defined territory which should remain indivisible, he said, also drawing attention to the September 22 judgement of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, concluding that Morocco’s occupation is a violation of the right to self-determination of the people of Western Sahara.
SHEIKH JASSIM ABDULAZIZ J. A. AL-THANI (Qatar) called on all countries, Member States and parties to arrive at a just resolution for all matters brought to the Committee pursuant to international law, taking into consideration the specificities of each situation. On the Moroccan Sahara, he voiced support for the Secretary-General’s efforts seeking to facilitate a political, sustainable and consensual resolution within the framework of Council and Assembly resolutions to guarantee Morocco’s sovereignty. Morocco’s autonomy initiative is a constructive one and represents an objective basis for a realistic solution to the conflict, he said.
ABDULRAHMAN HASAN YAHYA AL-BARATI (Yemen) voiced support for the Palestinian people and their right to self-determination and to build an independent sovereign State. He rejected all measures of Israeli occupation seeking to change the Syrian Golan area, stressing that Syria must work to recover the borders of 1967 pursuant to relevant resolutions. He voiced support for Morocco’s territorial integrity and its efforts to peacefully resolve the Sahara question. He noted the United Arab Emirates’ sovereignty over three islands in the Gulf, adding that his delegation supports any peaceful action to recover those islands.
MICHEL TOMMO MONTHE (Cameroon), stressing that decolonization remains as important as ever, welcomed the report of the Special Committee and the efforts of the Secretary-General. His country was liberated through a process that unfolded under the auspices of the United Nations, he noted, calling for tangible results on decolonization. Reaffirming his country’s support for the political process in Western Sahara, and the actions being carried out under the auspices of the Secretary-General, he expressed appreciation for the efforts of the Personal Envoy who has spared no efforts to find a mutually acceptable solution for all stakeholders.
KELVER DWIGHT DARROUX (Dominica) said his country remains committed to playing its part in the work of the Special Committee, taking into account the challenges faced by the Territories. He supported the United Nations’ involvement in the political process to achieve a real, pragmatic, sustainable and compromise-based solution to the Moroccan Sahara issue based exclusively on Council resolutions since 2007. The autonomy plan proposed by Morocco is the most and credible basis for resolving the Sahara conflict and bringing long-term peace to the region. He welcomed Morocco’s commitment to respecting the ceasefire and military agreements and commended the Government for its efforts in developing the Sahara, resulting in the improved quality of living and broader opportunities for the inhabitants of the southern provinces.
NITISH BIRDI (India) said that his country has been at the forefront of the struggle against colonialism since its independence in 1947. It was also the first Member State to chair the Special Committee on Decolonization. More than 80 former colonies have gained their independence and joined the family of the United Nations, but in this Fourth International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism, there remains 17 Non-Self-Governing Territories in various stages of the decolonization process, he said. Further, the principle of self-determination continues to be deliberately misinterpreted and misused by a particular delegation, he added. The United Nations established that principle as a vehicle for decolonizing Non-Self-Governing Territories, not as a justification for undermining the territorial integrity of any Member State, he said.
Rights of Reply
The representative of Iran, speaking in exercise of the right of reply, said that he rejected the false and baseless statements made against his country by the representatives of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. Iran was a pioneer in combating colonialism and extremism, he said, adding that the three islands mentioned by those delegates remain part of Iran’s territory. He added that Persian Gulf is the only correct term for the body of water between the Arabian Peninsula and the Iranian plateau.
The representative of the United Kingdom said his country has no doubt about its sovereignty over the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and surrounding maritime areas, nor about the principle and the right to self-determination of Falkland Islanders. On the British Virgin Islands, he said that his country has worked with its Government of National Unity to turn its commitment to reform into a strong implementation plan with a strict sense of milestones.
The representative of Pakistan said the Council has explicitly and by implication rejected India’s claim that Kashmir is legally Indian territory. Through a resolution, it established self-determination as the governing principle for settling the Kashmir dispute. He called on the international community, particularly the United Nations and its human rights machinery, to hold India accountable for its failure to ensure the security and well-being of Muslim citizens in Kashmir.
The representative of Argentina said that the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and surrounding maritime areas are an integral part of his country’s national territory, illegally occupied by the United Kingdom. That country has an obligation to peacefully resolve all disputes, he said, adding that the concept of free determination which the United Kingdom uses in its arguments is inapplicable in the case of this dispute.
The representative of the United Arab Emirates said the three islands of Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs are part and parcel of her country’s territory and that it rejects their occupation by Iran. She reiterated her country’s calls for a peaceful solution, noting however that Iran has rejected an invitation to work towards that objective.
The representative of Saudi Arabia voiced support for all peaceful measures taken by the United Arab Emirates to regain sovereignty over the occupied islands. Iran’s continued occupation of those islands is a flagrant violation of international law and the United Nations Charter, he said.
The representative of Iran said no dispute between the United Arab Emirates and Iran has been recognized and that the three Persian Gulf islands in question are an inseparable part of Iran. While his country welcomes negotiations, the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Iran over the islands are not negotiable, he said.
The representative of the United Arab Emirates, reiterating that the three islands in question are Emirati islands which lie in the Arab Gulf, called on Iran to settle the dispute in accordance with international law and to accept his country’s extended hand of friendship.

Source: United Nations

MTC launches innovation centre at NUST

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) on Thursday inaugurated its innovation centre at the Namibia University of Science and Technology’s High-Tech Transfer Plaza Select (HTTPS).

MTC has said the centre will facilitate a functional technological inspired ecosystem for the university community, industries, development partners and entrepreneurs.

Speaking at the event, MTC Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Licky Erastus said the centre is an innovation hub where industry experts and academics will be able to leverage synergies in order to bring innovative ideas and concepts to life.

“To ignore innovation will be to commit economic suicide. The present world is a constant evolution, especially pertaining to how we live and do things. This dictates new methods in conceiving solutions to emerging societal demands and expectations,” he noted.

Erastus stressed that as the government enables ICT policies, they can only be meaningfully leveraged if industry players adopt a culture of smart collaboration, noting that innovation exercises are costly and risky as not all ideas become commercially viable solutions.

“In our complementary effort to the State, partnerships with like-minded institutions are important in absorbing the risks but also in reaping the rewards,” he said.

At the same event, Minister of Information and Communication Technology Peya Mushelenga said the government, through robust public policy, will continue to play an important role in fostering innovation by establishing conducive environments.

Mushelenga said as Namibia is geared towards the fourth industrial revolution, young people should be at the helm, supported by an array of interventions to grow the economy as well as to grow minds and cultivate ideas.

“As we recover from a catastrophic global pandemic, we need to give expression to how the role of technology is advancing the growth of our young people and how we as a government can contribute to it,” he said.

The innovation centre will be open to the NUST students and industry experts and will serve as a hub were industry meets academia, while there is also a mobile home which will provide MTC services.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Geingob extends sympathies to late Venonya’s family

President Hage Geingob has extended his condolences to the children and family of the late Moses ||Garoeb Constituency councillor, Aili Venonya, following her passing on 09 October 2022.

Venonya died at age 59.

In his message of condolences issued Thursday by the Office of the President, Geingob said the passing on of Venonya is a big loss to the residents of Moses ||Garoeb Constituency and the entire Namibian nation, saying she contributed to the hospitality sector and the socioeconomic development of her constituency.

The president said the Swapo Party has lost a great leader who served her people diligently.

“During this difficult time of bereavement, Namibia mourns a remarkable woman who devoted her life to youth and women empowerment. I extend sincere condolences to the children, the bereaved family, and the entire Moses ||Garoeb community. Our thoughts and prayers are with you,” he said.

Venonya served as Moses ||Garoeb Constituency Councillor from 2020 until the time of her passing on Sunday.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Environment ministry urges Namibians to plant more trees

The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MEFT) has urged all Namibians to plant as many trees as possible across the country.

This appeal comes as the country celebrates Arbor Day on Friday (14 October) under the theme ‘Forests and sustainable production and consumption’.

Arbor Day is observed in Namibia every year on the second Friday of October to raise awareness about the importance of trees and their preservation.

Arbor Day is being observed Friday in all 14 regions of Namibia by the ministry in collaboration with the private sector, public institutions and civil society organisations – each of which has organised an activity.

On this occasion, the ministry donated 4 000 seedlings to public institutions such as schools and local governments to be planted during the celebrations in their respective regions.

MEFT Executive Director, Teofilus Nghitila told Nampa on Friday that the second week of October is spring season and a good time to plant trees.

The ministry encouraged all Namibians to care of the country’s trees in order to achieve a greener and healthier environment.

“Let us all take this opportunity to reflect on our challenges, accomplishments and opportunities in tree preservation. This is also a good time to teach our children about the value of trees,” he added.

Nghitila stated that trees are important in general because they provide humans with oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil, provide a source of food and materials that people use as tools, and for shelter.

“On the other hand, clearing and disturbing trees would be disastrous because it would result in increased carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which would result in global warming,” he said.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Huawei a présenté ses solutions pétrolières et gazières au salon HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis, 14 octobre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lors du salon HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï, Huawei a lancé deux solutions pétrolières et gazières basées sur des scénarios : le réseau intégré de champs pétroliers et gaziers et la station-service intelligente.

Solution de réseau intégré de champs pétroliers et gaziers pour tous vos besoins en matière de réseaux

Les systèmes de réseau des champs pétroliers sont confrontés à une série de défis, tels que des architectures réseau désordonnées, de multiples couches de réseau, une exploitation et une maintenance (O&M) difficiles et une faible fiabilité. Ces problèmes ralentissent la numérisation dans les champs pétroliers et gaziers.

En s’appuyant sur sa vaste expérience en matière de planification et de conseil en réseau, Huawei a construit un réseau intégré spécifiquement destiné aux champs pétroliers et gaziers. La solution utilise l’Edge Computing, l’IA, l’isolation des tuyaux rigides et le protocole IPv6+. Il en résulte une architecture réseau unifiée qui peut être gérée de manière centralisée, ainsi qu’un réseau polyvalent avec une sécurité intégrée.

  • Architecture unifiée : la solution adopte une combinaison complète de technologies réseau, impliquant les protocoles PON, Wi-Fi 6, 5G et IPv6 de l’industrie, créant ainsi un réseau intégré pour les champs pétroliers et gaziers. L’architecture réseau unifiée rationalise le cloud, le réseau, la périphérie et les appareils, couvrant tous les scénarios de service sur les champs pétroliers et gaziers.
  • Gestion centralisée : une plateforme unique de gestion O&M intègre tous les périphériques réseau tiers, gère de manière centralisée les périphériques sur l’ensemble du réseau et visualise l’ensemble du réseau pour l’O&M de routine.
  • Réseau polyvalent : la solution intégrée de Huawei pour les champs pétroliers et gaziers unifie l’architecture, l’expérience et l’O&M. Elle offre plusieurs services, comme la production, la vidéo, la bureautique et la communauté sur un seul réseau physique, réduisant ainsi les investissements des entreprises.
  • Sécurité intégrée : grâce aux technologies avancées d’isolation des tuyaux rigides, telles que Flex-E et NHP, la solution de Huawei améliore l’isolation de sécurité entre les réseaux de service sans augmenter les coûts de construction du réseau.

Solution de station-service intelligente, une expérience tout-en-un

Les stations-service sont un service quotidien essentiel pour la vente au détail de produits pétroliers. Les technologies numériques ouvrent de nouvelles opportunités pour le commerce et les services dans les stations-service.

Dans le cadre de ce processus, Huawei a intégré ses capacités techniques complètes et a travaillé avec des partenaires pour construire la solution de station-service intelligente. Cette solution dispose d’une plateforme numérique centrale pour l’ensemble de l’entreprise. Elle établit également des spécifications de collecte vidéo, des normes d’accès à l’IoT et des modèles de données unifiés au niveau de la station. Elle intègre ensuite des sous-systèmes de service isolés tels que des distributeurs de carburant, des compteurs de niveau de liquide et des plateformes de paiement. Le résultat est une plateforme d’analyse et d’affichage complète qui permet au détaillant pétrolier de gérer à distance et intelligemment les données de la station.

En plus du contrôle centralisé, Huawei a également lancé une plateforme périphérique judicieusement intégrée et convergente basée sur FusionCube pour la convergence intelligente de la périphérie. Cette plateforme intègre l’infrastructure et les systèmes de service existants des stations-service et permet une O&M simplifiée. Elle intègre également des algorithmes de calcul, de stockage, de réseau et d’IA pour fournir l’IoT et la détection pour diverses exigences de service.

  • Services intelligents : par exemple, les clients peuvent faire le plein sans sortir de leur voiture. Ainsi, il ne faut que 2 minutes pour faire le plein au lieu de 6. Les utilisateurs sont plus heureux et les stations sont plus efficaces.
  • Marketing intelligent : le système envoie des informations sur les changements de prix du pétrole et les promotions pour attirer les utilisateurs et augmenter les revenus des services principaux et de détail.
  • Gestion intelligente : toutes les opérations sont visualisées, ce qui permet d’identifier les actions à risque, de retracer les enregistrements et d’utiliser des données fiables pour soutenir la prise de décisions relatives aux services et à l’O&M.

À l’avenir, Huawei continuera d’explorer les scénarios du secteur pétrolier et gazier. Grâce à la collaboration multi-technologique et à l’exploration de solutions basées sur des scénarios, Huawei continuera d’innover, de libérer la productivité numérique et d’alimenter la transformation numérique du secteur pétrolier et gazier.

Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur :

https://events02.huawei.com/live/issmart_live/#/?eventId=354350031&liveId=65116df9&lang=undefined

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Henry Hui nomeado Vice-Presidente Corporativo de Estratégia de Hidrogênio e Infraestrutura de Energia do Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group

TEMECULA, Califórnia, Oct. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — O Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (“Grupo”) da Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries, parte do grupo de empresas da Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japão), tem o prazer de anunciar a promoção de Henry Hui para Vice-Presidente Corporativo de Estratégia de Hidrogênio e Infraestrutura de Energia em 1 de outubro de 2022.

Henry continuará a inspirar uma visão estratégica para o Grupo na sua nova função e estabelecer planos de ação para acelerar a implantação das tecnologias criogênicas, de processo e de turbomáquinas da Nikkiso. Seus esforços irão aprimorar o crescimento do cliente no mercado global de energia limpa e irão promover colaborações com agências governamentais, associações comerciais, consórcios, parcerias e todas as unidades funcionais e empresas regionais da CE&IG. Além disso, Henry será responsável por liderar toda a equipe de engenharia em Houston, TX, da recém-criada unidade funcional de Infraestrutura de Energia e Projetos Estratégicos (NESP) para atender melhor os clientes com equipamentos, serviços e soluções de categoria internacional da Nikkiso.

“Henry tem vasta experiência com desenvolvimento de negócios, engenharia de valor e entrega de projetos e 25 anos de conhecimento da indústria, além das conquistas nos setores de energia e gás industrial. Ele proporcionará o equilíbrio entre as capacidades de planejamento e execução estratégica para o Grupo e a NESP”, disse Emile Bado, Vice-Presidente Executivo de Vendas e Desenvolvimento de Negócios do Grupo. “A função de Henry irá dar suporte também à nossa missão de fornecer equipamentos, tecnologias e serviços inovadores através do nosso grupo global de empresas para ajudar nossos clientes a fazer a diferença.”

Henry ingressou na unidade funcional de Soluções Criogênicas Integradas há mais de um ano e tem sido fundamental para o sucesso recente da linha de negócios da Estação de Reabastecimento de Hidrogênio da Nikkiso. Henry é formado em Engenharia Química e fez mestrado em Engenharia na North Carolina State University. Ele também é um Engenheiro Profissional registrado e é certificado em Gerenciamento de Projetos.

SOBRE A CRYOGENIC INDUSTRIES
A Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (agora parte da Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) fabrica e presta serviços para equipamentos de processamento de gás criogênico projetados (bombas, turboexpansores, trocadores de calor, etc.) e plantas de processamento de Gases Industriais, Liquefação de Gás Natural (GNL), Liquefação de Hidrogênio (LH2) e Ciclo Rankine Orgânico para Recuperação de Calor de Resíduos. Fundada há mais de 50 anos, a Cryogenic Industries é a empresa controladora da ACD, Nikkiso Cryo, Nikkiso Integrated Cryogenic Solutions, Cosmodyne e Cryoquip, e de um grupo comumente controlado de aproximadamente 20 entidades operacionais.

Para mais informação, visite www.nikkisoCEIG.com e www.nikkiso.com.

CONTATO COM A MÍDIA:
Anna Quigley
+1.951.383.3314
aquigley@cryoind.com

Henry Hui nommé vice-président de la stratégie de l’hydrogène et de l’infrastructure énergétique pour le groupe Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases

TEMECULA, Californie, 14 oct. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Le groupe Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (le « Groupe ») de Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries, qui fait partie du groupe d’entreprises Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japon), a le plaisir d’annoncer qu’Henry Hui a été promu vice-président de la stratégie de hydrogène et de l’infrastructure à compter du 1er octobre 2022.

Henry continuera d’inspirer une vision stratégique dans le cadre de son nouveau poste pour le Groupe et établira des plans d’action visant à accélérer le déploiement des technologies cryogéniques, de traitement et de turbomachines de Nikkiso. Ses efforts renforceront la croissance de la clientèle sur le marché mondial de l’énergie propre et favoriseront les collaborations avec les agences gouvernementales, les associations commerciales, les consortiums, les partenariats et toutes les unités fonctionnelles et entreprises régionales de CE&IG. En outre, Henry sera responsable de la direction d’une équipe d’ingénierie totale à Houston, au Texas, pour la nouvelle unité fonctionnelle NESP (Nikkiso Energy Infrastructure & Strategic Projects) afin de mieux servir les clients avec les équipements, services et solutions de classe mondiale de Nikkiso.

« Henry possède une vaste expérience dans le développement commercial, l’ingénierie de valeur et la réalisation de projets, ainsi que 25 ans de connaissances et d’accomplissements dans les secteurs de l’énergie et du gaz industriel. Il apporte un équilibre entre de planification stratégique et de capacités d’exécution au Groupe et à NESP », a déclaré Emile Bado, vice-président exécutif des ventes et du développement commercial du Groupe. « Le rôle d’Henry soutient davantage notre mission qui consiste à fournir des équipements, des technologies et des services innovants par l’intermédiaire de notre groupe mondial d’entreprises pour aider nos clients à faire la différence. »

Henry a rejoint l’unité fonctionnelle Integrated Cryogenic Solutions il y a plus d’un an et a joué un rôle déterminant dans le récent succès de la branche d’activité de Nikkiso dediée aux stations de ravitaillement en hydrogène. Henry est titulaire d’une licence en ingénierie chimique et d’une maîtrise en ingénierie de l’université d’État de Caroline du Nord. C’est également un ingénieur professionnel agréé et un professionnel de la gestion de projets certifié.

À PROPOS DE CRYOGENIC INDUSTRIES
Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (aujourd’hui membre de Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) et ses entreprises membres fabriquent et entretiennent des équipements de traitement du gaz cryogénique (pompes, turbodétendeurs, échangeurs thermiques, etc.), et des usines de traitement pour les gaz industriels, la liquéfaction du gaz naturel (GNL), la liquéfaction de l’hydrogène (LH2) et le cycle organique de Rankine pour la récupération de la chaleur perdue. Fondée il y a plus de 50 ans, Cryogenic Industries est la société-mère d’ACD, de Nikkiso Cryo, de Nikkiso Integrated Cryogenic Solutions, de Cosmodyne et de Cryoquip, et d’un groupe administré en commun comptant une vingtaine d’entités opérationnelles.

Pour tout complément d’information, veuillez consulter les sites www.nikkisoCEIG.com et www.nikkiso.com.

CONTACT AUPRÈS DES MÉDIAS :
Anna Quigley
+1.951.383.3314
aquigley@cryoind.com

Connecting Today and Tomorrow: SIMCom Milestone! 20 years of Innovation, Growth and Development.

SHANGHAI, Oct. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The last two decades have witnessed the fastest evolution of wireless communication technologies reshaping the modern society. SIMCom a world leading supplier of wireless communication modules and solutions, is consistently being a dominant pioneer in the industry starting from 2002. Over the past twenty years, SIMCom has been leading the change with its competitive products via continuous optimization based on the demands of vertical markets. According to the report by ABI Research , SIMCom had led the world in wireless communication module shipments for four consecutive years from 2015 to 2018. Ever since then, SIMCom has remained one of the major wireless module suppliers worldwide.

SIMCom has developed a diversified product roadmap including 2G,3G,4G,5G,LPWA,GNSS modules, automotive modules and smart modules covering various vertical IoT segments.

As the trailblazer in the cellular module industry in China, SIMCom’s focused R&D capabilities is the core factor giving impetus to SIMCom’s journey of globalization. Underpinned by its two-decade-long technological accumulation, SIMCom delivers wireless connectivity with extraordinary stability and reliability delivered into thousands of commercial application cases.

To meet the needs of ever increasing IoT applications and fast development of wireless communication technologies, SIMCom has developed a diversified product roadmap including 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, LPWA, GNSS modules, automotive modules and smart modules. SIMCom modules cover various vertical IoT segments such as smart energy, smart automotive, smart payment, telehealth, security monitoring, smart city, telematics, smart industry and smart agriculture.

SIMCom has developed a solid service network that has been set up via the joint efforts of both online and local support teams distributed all over six continents. With large amount of investments in the equipment and professionals. SIMCom has set up a high tec 5G R&D center in Chongqing, the tech hub in the southwest China, which has accomplished independence in advanced wireless products development.

The success of SIMCom has not only developed from its technological advantages, but also owing to its well-proven management system. The stringent quality control process ensures every step of production including R&D, supply chain, manufacturing, after-sales services and continuous improvement to meet the industrial standards. Meanwhile, the all-round services are provided to customers in terms of global regulatory and MNO certifications, technical consultancy and support throughout a products life-cycle. The customer-oriented business philosophy has made SIMCom the perfect partner more than 10,000 customers in 180 countries and regions across the globe.

It is entering an era of smart connectivity powered by 5G and AI. As a more reliable way, everything will be connected to the cloud. 5G facilitates a ubiquitous network that can meet diverse connectivity needs of the smart IoT, spurring the digital transformation in multiple vertical industries. Yang Tao, the CEO of SIMCom, pointed out that cloud and terminals are the two sides of the coin in the process of IoT development. SIMCom will constantly increase investments in 5G and AIoT and roll out a series of products and solutions targeting the applications of cloud platforms and intelligent terminals to create future-proof values for customers around the world. Follow SIMCom linkedin company page to learn more.

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