Huawei launched ten all-new air engine Wi-Fi 6 series models for the Asia Pacific region which are ideal for laying a high-quality fully-wireless campus.
The products stand out with technological innovations such as industry-unique dual-band smart antennas, lossless roaming and dynamic turbo (an intelligent application acceleration technology), said a press release on Tuesday
Among the new models, the flagship air engine Wi-Fi 6 8760 series boasts 16 spatial streams to deliver 10 Gbps wireless throughput and beyond.
According to Huawei’s forecasts, Wi-Fi 6 will be deployed by 90 percent of enterprises by 2023, making Wi-Fi underlying network technology required for efficient enterprise production and service digitalization.
Li Xing, president of the Campus Network Domain, Huawei’s Data Communication Product Line, said: “As new digital services are constantly emerging in enterprises, existing Wi-Fi 5 networks have already encountered bottlenecks that prevent them from meeting these new services.”
Huawei held its online IP Club Carnival with the theme of "Rethink IP, Building the Engine for Digital Transformation" on April 30.
Targeting the Asia Pacific region, this event aimed to help enterprise customers build a more efficient digital transformation engine in the face of the current pandemic.
In attendance at this thought-provoking online activity were more than 25000 delegates from enterprise customers and partners across industries, including government, finance, energy, transportation, healthcare, and education.
Huawei has released its whitepaper, ‘Technology against Pandemic: Insights and Practice on Telecom Networks’ providing deep insights into global networks and explaining the important role telecom networks have played in the fight against the pandemic.
This whitepaper, released on the occasion of "5G+, Better World" online summit, says stable telecom networks have helped people move vital activities online, such as online education, online shopping, and remote working during this the pandemic.
This has been the basis of continued learning and production when school and work were suspended. The paper also explains global operators' best practices for overcoming the pandemic with networks. For example, they introduced 5G, AI, fiber 10G PON, and other advanced technologies that enable more applications to combat the pandemic more efficiently.
Focusing on the current scenario, the whitepaper says the coronavirus outbreak has created many challenges for individuals, families, industries, and public services alike. As a result, governments and regulators across the world have developed a number of policies to facilitate the upgrade of ICT infrastructure.
For example, in China, the government has issued a number of policies to promote the application of "big data + grid", "Internet + medical healthcare", and "artiﬁcial intelligence" to make high-quality medical consultation services easily accessible.
In the online summit, the President of Huawei's Carrier BG Marketing and Solution Sales Dept Peng Song called on the ICT industry to stay together and build a better world.
"2020 marks the beginning of the third decade of the 21st century," said Peng. "This year, global digital transformation will accelerate, meaning both opportunities and challenges for telecom operators and industries. To address these opportunities and challenges, operators must aim for more resilient, automated, and intelligent target networks, and their annual network plans and activities should be geared towards achieving these goals."
He said Huawei is launching its "5G+, Better World" online platform to work with operators and partners worldwide, share valuable experiences, and build better target networks.
Several guests attended the event and delivered keynote speeches. These included Dr Su Yu, Deputy Dean of China Mobile Chengdu Industrial Research Institute, Robert Wigger, Chief Business Officer of Sunrise, Su Xiaoming, Vice President of YITU Technology, Shaun Collins, Chief Executive Officer of CCS Insight, and Bob Cai, Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei's Carrier BG.
As the schools have been abruptly closed around the country due to the prevention of Coronavirus pandemic, many teens are missing outdoor games, celebrations, and social gatherings with friends. The teen-minds are too rebellious to imprison within four walls of the home during the lockdown period. In this situation, virtual games can play a role to keep the teenagers engaged inside the home. Besides entertaining, virtual games can enhance the creativity and imagination power of teenagers in a positive way. Read this article to know about some free online video games for teenagers.
Toontown is a multiplayer virtual game designed for people of all ages including kids, teens, and adults. The theme circulates around the revival of Disney’s Toontown. This virtual playground can finally fulfill your childhood dream of being a cartoon. In this gaming interface, you can create your own Toon and battle against the greedy "Cogs", who are trying to exploit Toontown to flourish their business venture.
The game will amuse you with creative animated colorful cities and exhilarating characters. You can play this game with a unique identity, as an animal species like a trouser-wearing dog or a dressed up crocodile. The virtual city Toontown has been planned with plenty of activities like invading corporate robots. This free-to-play game will give you limitless thrills and amusement without any charge.
RuneScape is an amazing virtual world game designed especially for teenagers. It has both free and premium versions compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android. This gaming interface resembles a medieval world composed of multiple cities and kingdoms. The virtual travel through the realm of the ancient world experiencing jaw-dropping visuals, panoramic viewing distance, sprint performance will keep your mind captivated. You can utilize creativity to choose customized avatars. 25 unique skills are available here from which you are free to pick up the desired ones! During the boring quarantine period, teens can really enjoy this virtual game where they can combat crazy monsters, carry out quests, trade with other players, and accomplish goals.
Many of us spent our childhood with the Nickelodeon show ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’. Do you want to play with those characters again? If yes, navigate to TeenNick.com to enjoy the show in a gaming interface. TeenNick is a vast resource of free online animated games for teens. TeenNick games feature Nickelodeon’s favorite teen stars who starred in Nickelodeon shows like Victorious, True Jackson, VP, etc. You can also share your thoughts and tips about the Nickelodeon games.
IMVU is a virtual gaming interface particularly designed to entertain the teens. This universal platform is attained by more than about 100 million users covering about 88 different nationalities. What makes this game exclusive from other games is the inclusion of a virtual chat room. Teenagers from different corners of the world can talk and become friends beyond the boundary of nationality, and ethnicity. This mind-blowing gaming interface surprises the teen participants with a virtual goods catalog offering more than 10 million items. To enjoy diverse fun activities, the IMVU’s virtual players can search for friends and partners based upon diverse criteria like gender, age, geographical location, specific interests, etc.
Puzzles encourage exercising of the mind, and brain in a critically amusing way. Teens can spend their quarantine moments playing a creative puzzle game called ‘The Mystery Box’. As a player, you find yourself trapped! The gaming interface displays a compartment with only one door and no windows. Though the door is locked, under the doorknob you will find a small keyhole. The challenge is you have to find that key! There is a small note mentioning a combination. It is your job to decipher whether the note points out towards the combination!
Targeting teen fans, Habbo has developed a bunch of creative animated games. Each game has been designed with an exclusive theme, magnificent graphics, and surprising quests to thunder teenagers from all over the world. For instance, in the game ‘Hotel Hideaway,’ you get the opportunity to build a room for you in a grand virtual hotel. Though the graphics bear the touch of traditional computing appeal, the pixilation would keep the teens enthralled to these games. Habbo has a premium option if the players want to acquire some exclusive gear.
Do you want to play a game presenting a visual resemblance to Legos and Minecraft? If yes, navigate to Roblox! The vast catalogue of games offered by Roblox can make your quarantine fun. With wide-ranging characters and stories, the Roblox games amuse kids and teenagers worldwide. Downloading the Roblox app from Apple Store or Google Play, you can play these games on mobile. You can create profiles, join groups, and make friends with other teens. What is more? You are allowed to develop and share your own favorite games. Robux is the exclusive virtual currency used in this gaming platform. As the registration process is free, you can acquire Robux through different levels of gaming over time.
Nexon.net offers a range of free-to-play games for teens. Unlike other gaming interfaces, Nexon has designed separate lists of PC games and Mobile games. In Nexon gaming interface players tend to join forces in order to defeat other groups of players which can give you the flavor of the renowned call-of-duty games. Nexon's first-person combat games are rich in graphics, motion, storyline, etc.
It is often told that girls don’t find much interest in playing virtual games. If you are a teen girl who is crazy about virtual world games, don’t miss Miniclip.com. It is a vast ocean of free-to-play games for teenage girls. It won’t be overwhelming to say Miniclip serves like a portal that treasures all kinds of free online games. Ranging from fighting games to arcade games, any type of game you can pick to play during your boring quarantine days. Miniclip.com is accessible from your game console or mobile to play virtual games free of cost.
Amidst the ongoing shutdown over the coronavirus outbreak, Grameenphone customers whose connection validity already expired on April 20 or is set to expire in the first week of May will remain active in-network at least till May 31.
The telecommunications service provider company made the disclosure on Saturday, saying extension of the account validity will be provided automatically during this period of uncertainty when the customers need their services most.
Customers' incoming and outgoing calls will remain active, and they will be connected to their near and dear ones.
The Government of Bangladesh has declared the telecommunication industry as an emergency service during COVID-19. Due to the enforcement of the lockdown, several balance recharge agents' points are not fully operational across the country.
Grameenphone is providing balance transfer free from one user to another as many people are unable to recharge or facing difficulties to rechange.
Moreover, during lockdown scenarios the customers are running home-office and also connected with their near and dear ones through internet, responding to their change in lifestyle and new-normal needs these days Grameenphone has decided to introduce a double bonus in internet offer, 16GB, at the price of 8GB for 30 days, added the press release.
Grameenphone has also extended the validity of its popular call rate offer 48 poisha per min. Previously, the offer was valid for up to 3 days, and now the validity will be extended to 6 days to offer flexibility in daily usage. For the postpaid customers, GP has increased the bill payment time from 15 days to 25 days.
Beside all these various initiatives, GP has also taken steps to increase COVID-19 awareness among all the citizens. The organization has introduced a network bar – Stay Home – to encourage people to maintain social distancing.
NASA has selected three U.S. companies to design and develop human landing systems for the agency's Artemis program, one of which will land the first woman and next man on the surface of the moon by 2024.
The three companies are Blue Origin of Kent, Washington; Dynetics of Huntsville, Alabama; and SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, according to a release of the agency on Thursday night.
The human landing system awards are firm-fixed price, milestone-based contracts, and the total combined value for all awarded contracts is 967 million U.S. dollars for the 10-month base period, the release said.
"With these contract awards, America is moving forward with the final step needed to land astronauts on the Moon by 2024, including the incredible moment when we will see the first woman set foot on the lunar surface," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
"This is the first time since the Apollo era that NASA has direct funding for a human landing system, and now we have companies on contract to do the work for the Artemis program," he said.
NASA's commercial partners will refine their lander concepts through the contract base period ending in February 2021. During that time, the agency will evaluate which of the contractors will perform initial demonstration missions.
NASA will later select firms for development and maturation of sustainable lander systems followed by sustainable demonstration missions. NASA intends to procure transportation to the lunar surface as commercial space transportation services after these demonstrations are complete, according to the release.
Charged with returning to the moon in the next four years, NASA's Artemis program will reveal new knowledge about the moon, Earth, and the origins in the solar system.
The human landing system is a vital part of NASA's deep space exploration plans, along with the Space Launch System rocket, Orion spacecraft, and Gateway.