BEIJING, CHINA – Yang Xue-shan, vice minister of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, visited the Korean software pavilion in INT’L SOFT CHINA 2013 in Beijing, China on May 31st. Song Hye-ja, CEO of Wooam, a Korean software company, introduced its flagship service and products to Chinese government officials.
SEOUL, KOREA - Fusing IT into the society’s welfare: “Korea’s current status and future of IT welfare” with a spring seminar by Korea Institute of Information and Telecommunication Facilities Engineering.
SEOUL, KOREA - On May 8th, Kang Seongju, director-general of the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning (MSIP) gave a speech on “the creative economy with science and ICT” at the Information Professional Association of Korea (IPAK) seminar held at the JW Marriot Hotel in Seoul.
WASHINGTON D.C. USA - CISAC (the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers) has revealed the initial lineup of speakers who will take the stage at the fourth biennial World Creators Summit, featuring keynotes from: Maria Pallante, U.S. Register of Copyrights;
Hong Kong - The GSMA today announced that a number of new organisations, including ANT+, Orange, Team Blood Glucose (TeamBG) and Team Novo Nordisk, will take part in the GSMA mHealth Grand Tour cycle ride in September 2013. Through the collaboration of all sponsors, partners and supporters, the mHealth Grand Tour will bring together the mobile and healthcare industries, as well as the diabetes community, to raise awareness of diabetes and promote the development and delivery of mHealth solutions.
SEOUL, KOREA - “Simple practices, such as giving up smoking or performing physical activities can help prevent cancer,” said Park Jae-gahb, a professor at Seoul National University (SNU) and former president of the National Cancer Center. On March 13th Park gave a presentation on the subject of “Prevention of Cancer” at the breakfast meeting of the Information Professional Association of Korea (IPAK).
While big companies develop private labels to build consumer loyalty, small companies use private labels as brand promotion. The rising demand on private labels indicates the companies are willing to invest for products with better quality control, lower production cost and stronger competence against established brands.
CHINA - The China Information Technology Expo, co-hosted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and the Municipal Government of Shenzhen, will be held from April 10 to 12, 2013 in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.
Seoul, Korea - Korean Long-Term Evolution technology won the global recognition. At the Global Mobile Award took place in Barcelona as a part of MWC 2013, on the 26th, local time, Samaung Electronics won five awards.
SEOUL, KOREA – At the upcoming MWC 2013, a slew of new services based on the evolution of mobile networks and All-IP networks will be put on display. The most attention-grabbing is technologies related to LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) including carrier aggregation (CA), which is cable of doubling the speed of network data transmission.
SEOUL, KOREA – “Following our entries into the Chinese, Japanese and US markets, we have been geared up to break into the EU market this year,” said Charles Pyo, CEO of Wizard Works (the Korean developer of easy-to-use, cloud-based notetaking app “SomNote,” which can compare with Evernote.
HONGKONG - Today, on the occasion of European 112 Day1, the GSMA announced that it is joining the Advisory Board of the European Emergency Number Association (EENA)2 to support efforts in advancing the success and quality of emergency services across Europe.
SEOUL, KOREA – Industry-academia-government-R&D collaboration has intensified to breathe new life into Korea’s lackluster electric vehicle (EV) market. Such scaled-up cooperation is aimed to wean Korea’s EV industry off government subsidies and help it stand on its own.
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