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By making smart investments in cutting-edge IoT technologies, oil and gas operators can make the most out of a once-in-a-generation opportunity.

This is while they still meet Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance, as well as Health, Safety and Environment goals, according to Leo Zhang, Director of Energy Department, Huawei South Africa Region.

“The oil and gas industry is in the middle of what is shaping up to become a golden decade. While the sector took a big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, the future looks bright for energy companies as the world begins to open up.

“To make the most of the opportunity, oil and gas operators need to juggle this surge in demand with a number of pressing policies and initiatives”.
He said this in the build up to the upcoming 5th edition of the Nigeria International Energy Summit (NIES) which will hold from February 27 to March 3, 2002 convened by the Federal Government of Nigeria and hosted by the NNPC where the company will be discussing on how to overcome the crisis and challenges of data to barrel in the oil & gas industry, with policy-makers and industry leaders as well as Huawei’s latest plans for the oil and gas industry in Africa.

Zhang said that for example, the push toward de-carbonisation is leading organisations and governments to become carbon-neutral by 2050. As a result, both supply and demand for fossil fuels will likely decline in the future — impacting oil and gas companies the most.

“To offset this projected downturn, industry stakeholders can leverage new opportunities by prioritising investments in health, safety, and environment (HSE), as well as environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives to figure out the best way forward.

“Doing this properly starts with a strong underlying technology layer that enables operators to overcome the common challenges plaguing oil and gas fields — like the difficulty to connect to wellhead data, the complications of managing multiple networks, the inability to support multiple services with existing infrastructure, and suboptimal security and stability standards.
“And this is precisely where powerful, purpose-built IoT solutions enter the equation,” Zhang declared.

The NIES is the official energy meeting of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. It was formerly known as the Nigerian International Petroleum Summit (NIPS). The theme of this year’s event is “Revitalising the Industry: Future fuels and Energy Transition”

Zhang insisted that in order for oil and gas companies to capture current opportunities, they need to invest in new technologies designed to ensure steady production growth of oil and gas fields while keeping workers safe.

“Huawei recently launched a new oil and gas field IoT solution, which was displayed recently. Using the technology, operators can build a strong data interconnection between wellheads and oilfields over an eLTE network, which provides 1 Mbit/second connections over a 15-kilometer radius, and a passive optical network (PON) designed to reduce cabling while delivering high bandwidth and low latency.

“More specifically, eLTE tackles a number of different scenarios associated with difficult fiber routing thanks to real-time presentation of oilfield production status and improved visibility to eliminate surveillance blind spots and increase oilfield security. eLTE also makes efficient onsite collaboration and mobile inspection possible. At the same time, PON takes care of scenarios with optical fibers and poor data backhaul thanks to its simple architecture, flexible design, and intelligent operations and maintenance,” he added.

Additionally, the solution leverages IoT-based edge intelligence devices and artificial intelligence to process wellhead service data utilising edge computing. This enables operators to keep their fingers on the pulse of their oil and gas fields from any connected device.

Huawei oil and gas IoT is fueling the future of the industry with intelligent applications, intelligent hubs, intelligent connectivity, and intelligent interaction.

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Killexams : Fake websites found peddling pro-Huawei content

Huawei's European executives have been promoting content published on more than a dozen fabricated news websites in Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Luxembourg and Portugal, new research showed on Wednesday.

Belgian magazine Knack reported on a string of fake news websites across the bloc that published pieces in support of the Chinese tech giant, which is facing pushback from European lawmakers and concerns from security authorities over risks associated with its dominant role in providing telecoms equipment to European operators.

Disinformation researchers found 16 websites that seem to be operated by the same people, and were registered at the same time in December, often sharing the same or similar articles written by Huawei executives, Knack reported. Several websites also plagiarized articles from local media in Europe and even from European Union agencies to fill the same websites.

The network of websites follows earlier revelations by disinformation research firm Graphika about the existence of a parallel network of fake social media accounts and doctored online identities that spread content aimed at convincing policymakers that Western markets should stay open to Huawei.

"What these latest revelations from Knack appear to show is that Huawei has been engaged in a widespread online campaign of deception to bolster its campaign for inclusion in the building of European 5G networks," said Michiel van Hulten, head of Transparency International's Brussels office.

Van Hulten called it an "astroturfing campaign," a term used to describe the use of front organizations and fake identities to mask who is behind a lobby campaign. He said it "only seems to prove [security services'] point: Huawei can't be trusted."

A Huawei spokesperson said "we're following the report [in Knack]. We'll study this carefully. There is already an investigation happening as we speak."

The spokesperson added "Huawei is a big company with 190,000 employees in 180 countries. This is clearly a complex company."

Starting in December, dubious ads by top Huawei executives alerted telecom policy watchers in Belgium.

Around Christmas, a series of promoted tweets by a Huawei executive criticized new 5G security policies across Europe, notably in Belgium. The tweets promoted articles that floated unsubstantiated claims of corruption in Belgian public procurement and slamming the country for "excluding certain 5G equipment suppliers ... as a move to please the United States."

They appeared on the website dwire.eu, which contained a number of fake articles to prop up the website's archives. A lot of the content was written by what appeared to be fake profiles. The website also listed a fake address.

After catching the eye of the researchers, dwire.eu was cleaned up by its operators, who deleted many articles dated before December 2020. The articles that were promoted in December were attributed to new authors.

In February, disinformation researcher Elise Thomas found that dwire.eu shared a Google Adsense account with 11 other websites. The website domains were registered on the same day, December 21, according to Thomas. Many carried auto-translated content on the subjects of 5G and Huawei.

Knack found a handful of other websites hosting the same opinion pieces written by Huawei officials next to a bunch of fake or plagiarized news articles, including on the website of an "organization" called Green For Europe, at greenforeu.com. The website listed a fake address as its headquarters and plagiarized a mission statement by an unrelated NGO. It also plagiarized an article that appeared on the European Environment Agency website in 2015.

All the websites hosted opinion articles by Huawei executives, and were actively shared by other executives working for the Chinese tech giant. The company's official accounts also regularly tweeted out links to the opinion articles.

Other elements also suggest a link between the telecoms giant and the websites: A recently-deleted Facebook page linked to dwire.eu was named "Huawei Advisor" and was linked to a related website with the same name. When contacted by Knack, an administrator of the web domain said an official in Huawei's Brussels office near the EU institutions provided some content for the websites.

Asked if the company or its employees were involved in running the websites, Huawei's press office declined to comment.

A number of pages have been deleted or changed from the websites in past weeks.

Huawei has actively promoted its views on a number of legitimate news websites across Europe too. (POLITICO Europe has published promoted content written by Huawei officials in the past.) POLITICO reported earlier that the company has a budget for advertising and media buys that puts it in the highest rank of corporate spenders globally.

Paying news websites to publish articles that promote a corporate view is a widespread practice. The list of websites reported Wednesday differs from this practice in the sense that they are almost entirely made up of false, misleading or plagiarized content and other elements to give them the appearance of legitimate news websites.

Mark Scott contributed reporting.

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Killexams : Huawei Launches Digital Oilfield IOT Solution in Nigeria
L-R: Director, Nigeria Enterprise Energy Department, Johnson Jiangyang, Deputy Managing Director, Nigeria Enterprise Marketing and Sales, Eason Dongyisong, Chief Executive Officer, Petroleum Equalization Fund (PEF) Management Board, Mr. Ahmed Boboi and Deputy Managing Director, Nigeria Enterprise Government Department.

L-R: Director, Nigeria Enterprise Energy Department, Johnson Jiangyang, Deputy Managing Director, Nigeria Enterprise Marketing and Sales, Eason Dongyisong, Chief Executive Officer, Petroleum Equalization Fund (PEF) Management Board, Mr. Ahmed Boboi and Deputy Managing Director, Nigeria Enterprise Government Department.

Huawei has launched its fully digital oilfield IOT solution at the Nigeria International Petroleum Summit 2020.

The firm, in a statement, said during its workshop presentation to customers and partners at the NIPS2020, that this solution which uses 4G eLTE broadband and Artificial Intelligence technology provides full wireless network coverage which can enhance the operational transparency and safety of the oil & gas sector in Nigeria covering the oil fields, depots and pipelines.

The statement quoted Huawei Nigeria Enterprise Managing Director (Abuja office), Mr. Tank Li, as saying that with this solution, stakeholders can recognize issues of health, safety and environment as well as prevent vandalism before it happens.

According to Li, “Operationally, there are a lot of activities which take place at the depot locations. With the Huawei Digital IoT Solution, all stakeholders will be able to monitor activities by installing our Artificial Intelligence surveillance cameras which can detect unusual movements around the premises. This AI technology which records video uses surveillance cameras that communicate with each other and then passes the information to the operational team. For example, the AI surveillance can prevent unauthorized entrance into the premises.”

The solution is also expected to take real-time data of daily oil production in the country which will enable full transparency for the sector.

“Another advantage of this solution using the 4G eLTE is its capacity to enable stakeholders monitor the daily oil production in real time. This has been an issue for the industry in terms of not being able to take adequate account of daily production. This solution will help create transparency, help take full records and Strengthen efficiency for the oil and gas industry in Nigeria,” the statement quoted him as saying.

The digital oilfield IOT solution is said to have also been launched in other parts of the world and has a proven reputation among global industry leaders to help oil and gas companies achieve 2% to 7% more yields, 5% to 9% higher recovery rate, and 5% to 20% less costs. It is expected that this solution will bring growth to the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

Huawei has its presence in over 45 countries and regions around the world, serving over 70% of the global top 20 oil & gas companies.

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Killexams : Flex app scrolls content so that you don't have to

If you’ve ever wanted the content on your phone to scroll on its own, well, there’s an app for that. The Flex app does it for you, and it does such a good job as well. It’s not the first app to do it, but it’s possibly the best implementation yet.

Flex app can scroll content on your phone for you

So, let’s say you’re eating or something, and you want to check out your social media apps, or read an article. Well, if your hands are greasy, you can’t really do that, can you. That’s where this app comes in. That’s just one example, though.

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Killexams : IoT Gateway Devices Market- increasing demand with Industry Professionals: Cisco, Huawei, Dell, Sierra Wireless, Advantech etc.

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Killexams : ‘Untrustworthy’: US bans Chinese technology from Huawei, others

Washington: The United States is banning the sale of communications equipment made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE and restricting the use of some China-made video surveillance systems, citing an “unacceptable risk” to national security.

The five-member Federal Communications Commission said on Saturday AEDT it had voted unanimously to adopt new rules that will block the importation or sale of certain technology products that pose security risks to US critical infrastructure.

It’s the latest in a years-long escalation of American restrictions of Chinese technology that began with then-president Donald Trump’s administration and has continued under President Joe Biden amid fears that Beijing could use its tech companies to spy on Americans.

Visitors walk past a Huawei store at the Wushang Dream Plaza mall, the world’s largest single shopping mall, in Wuhan.Credit:Getty Images

“The FCC is committed to protecting our national security by ensuring that untrustworthy communications equipment is not authorised for use within our borders, and we are continuing that work here,” said Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat, in a prepared statement.

Along with Huawei and ZTE, the order affects products made by companies such as Hikvision and Dahua, makers of widely used video surveillance cameras.

“These new rules are an important part of our ongoing actions to protect the American people from national security threats involving telecommunications,” Rosenworcel said.

The US has increased its restrictions on Chinese-made technology products.Credit:AP

Huawei declined to comment. ZTE, Dahua, and Hytera did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Hikvision said in a statement that its products didn’t threaten US security.

“This decision by the FCC will do nothing to protect US national security, but will do a great deal to make it more harmful and more expensive for US small businesses, local authorities, school districts, and individual consumers to protect themselves, their homes, businesses and property,” Hikvision said, adding that it would continue to serve US customers “in full compliance” with US regulations.

Sat, 26 Nov 2022 01:42:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-america/untrustworthy-us-bans-chinese-technology-from-huawei-others-20221126-p5c1gq.html
Killexams : U.S. bans new Huawei, ZTE equipment sales, citing national security risk

Nov 25 (Reuters) - The Biden administration has banned approvals of new telecommunications equipment from China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE (000063.SZ) because they pose "an unacceptable risk" to U.S. national security.

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Friday it had adopted the final rules, which also effectively bar the sale or import of new equipment made by Chinese surveillance equipment maker Dahua Technology Co (002236.SZ), video surveillance firm Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co Ltd (002415.SZ) and telecoms firm Hytera Communications Corp Ltd (002583.SZ).

The move represents Washington's latest crackdown on the Chinese tech giants amid fears that Beijing could use them to spy on Americans.

"These new rules are an important part of our ongoing actions to protect the American people from national security threats involving telecommunications," FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said in a statement.

Huawei declined to comment. ZTE Hytera and the Chinese embassy in Washington did not respond to requests for comment.

Hikvision said in a statement that its products don't threaten U.S. security.

"This decision by the FCC will do nothing to protect U.S. national security, but will do a great deal to make it more harmful and more expensive for U.S. small businesses, local authorities, school districts, and individual consumers to protect themselves, their homes, businesses and property," Hikvision said, adding that it will continue to serve U.S. customers "in full compliance" with U.S. regulations.

Dahua said in a statement that the order went "far beyond" the FCC's statutory authority and would do "little or nothing" to protect U.S. national security. It also stressed that the FCC move allows the company to sell previously authorized products and obtain new authorizations, as long as they are not marketed for public safety, government facilities, critical infrastructure, or national security.

"Given that Dahua’s products are not currently marketed for those purposes..., we are reasonably confident that this Order will allow us to continue to serve most of our U.S. customers for years to come," Dahua said.

Rosenworcel circulated the proposed measure to the other three commissioners for final approval last month.

The FCC said in June 2021 it was considering banning all equipment authorizations for all companies on the covered list.

That came after a March 2021 designation of five Chinese companies on the so-called "covered list" as posing a threat to national security under a 2019 law aimed at protecting U.S. communications networks: Huawei, ZTE, Hytera Communications Corp Hikvision and Dahua.

All four commissioners at the agency, including two Republicans and two Democrats, supported Friday's move. The agency said it has authority to revoke prior authorizations, but declined to do so, meaning that the sale of currently authorized products in the United States can continue.

Reporting by Diane Bartz and Alexandra Alper in Washington and Ismail Shakil in Ottawa; Editing by Caitlin Webber, Alexandra Alper, Lisa Shumaker, Kim Coghill and Lincoln Feast.

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Wed, 30 Nov 2022 14:13:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.reuters.com/business/media-telecom/us-fcc-bans-equipment-sales-imports-zte-huawei-over-national-security-risk-2022-11-25/
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