SICHARGE D units serve as a perfect fit for any cityscape It has scalable charging power and dynamic power sharing. A perfect fit for any cityscape, it is suited for highway and urban charging stations, city parking, as well as shopping malls. “Public fast charging networks are an essential factor in driving a sustainable future in e-mobility in Asia-Pacific. By ensuring that charging is as effortless and as fast as people need it to be, we are making electric vehicles a viable option for more people. In addition, the SICHARGE D’s upgradeable and scalable fast charging technologies allows e-charging service providers and electric vehicle users to expand their investments step by step,” said Siddhant Gupta, head of Future Grid for Siemens in the Asia-Pacific. Featuring best-in-class technology, this smart charger is the winner of the world-renowned iF DESIGN Award 2021 in the categories of User Interface (UI) and Service Design. For an improved user experience, an integrated … [Read more...] about Siemens launches SICHARGE D electric vehicle charger in Asia-Pacific
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A view of Thủ Thiêm new urban area in the new Thủ Đức City. Nguyễn Văn Nên, secretary of the HCM City Party Committee, has said the city's newly adjusted master plan must give priority to residents’ interests. Photo vietnam-briefing.com HCM CITY — The newly adjusted master plan for HCM City must ensure that its residents’ interests are a top priority, Nguyễn Văn Nên, secretary of HCM City Party Committee, has said. Speaking at a meeting on Thursday, Nên said: “The adjustments to the master plan by 2040 must focus on people’s quality of life. “A number of urban plans that have been approved but haven’t been implemented for many years due to lack of feasibility are seriously affecting the legitimate interests of the people.” He added: “The city must think carefully about the feasibility of plans to ensure that they will not be postponed for so many years.” For example, a number of urban planning projects have been delayed for 30 years or more, mostly because of a lack … [Read more...] about HCM City’s new master plan places quality of life as priority
The country lagged far behind neighbors like Thailand (9th), Singapore (20th), the Philippines (27th), Malaysia (28th) and Indonesia (32nd), according to the global ranking compiled by American media company U.S. News & World Report. The ranking measures 73 travel destinations around the globe based on seven factors: culturally accessible, fun, friendly, pleasant climate, safe, scenic and approachable. "Vietnam is densely populated and growing quickly, with about a third of the population living in bustling cities," the report read. "War ravaged much of Vietnam’s landscape, but fantastic caves, imperial landmarks and emerald island coves remain. Pho , a brothy noodle soup, and a growing culinary arts scene have garnered global attention." When it comes to traveling alone, European and South Pacific countries are seen as the best. Spain topped the list, followed by Italy and Greece. New Zealand came in fourth and Australia rounded out the top five. "With an increasing … [Read more...] about Vietnam lags behind regional peers in solo travel destination ranking
In recent days, Internet users in Vietnam have encountered problems using international services such as downloading content and images on Facebook, sending gmail or watching YouTube. APG and AAE-1 are two of the five undersea cable routes that account for most of the Internet connection capacity from Vietnam to the world, along with three other undersea cables, namely AAG, IA and SMW3. (illustrative image) Internet service providers (ISPs) in Vietnam told VietNamNet that two of five undersea cable routes that account for most of the Internet connection capacity from Vietnam to the world have been interrupted. Specifically, the Asia Africa Europe 1 (AAE-1) undersea fiber optic cable had a problem on the morning of May 26. The operator detected a voltage drop on the S1H branch of the AAE-1 route. According to the initial assessment, there was an error causing a partial break of the fiber on the S1H.1 segment of the cable route. ISPs in Vietnam have not … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s Internet affected by broken undersea cable route
Edge computing is an important key to enterprises’ IT infrastructure strategies and the digital economy. A recent survey by TRA found that 51 percent of IT experts in Asia Pacific have begun applying hybrid IT solutions, combining edge computing, public cloud computing and on-premises infrastructure. Edge computing was chosen by more than 1,100 CTOs as the priority task for the next 12 months. The deployment of edge computing has been going strongly in neighboring markets, according to the report. 79 percent of surveyed institutions in Indonesia have applied edge computing, or have understanding about edge computing. Many of them have been applying edge solutions for advanced projects as well. Meanwhile, Thai businesses plan to step up the use of edge computing in the next 24 months for customers’ experience-oriented projects. TRA’s report confirmed the superiority of the positive effects of these solutions. As much as 72 percent surveyed subjects recognized the benfits of … [Read more...] about How can businesses use edge computing effectively?