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H19-301 HCPA-IP Network (Huawei Certified Pre-sales Associate-IP Network)

Certification Summary
HCPA-IP Network certification is targeted at the sale of Huawei enterprise network IP datacom products.
The HCPA-IP Network certification curriculum includes, but is not limited to the following:
Huawei campus switch, data center switch enterprise routers, WLAN products, network management product features and highlights, the basic business functions, the park network structure and Huawei basic configuration and deployment of IP products, the typical application scenarios and so on.
With HCPA-IP Network certification, you demonstrate a good understanding of Huawei IP datacom products and the personalized needs of customers, whats more, you also demonstrate the IP datacom product designing capability.
With engineers who are HCPA-IP Network certified, enterprises are able to sale, guide the Huawei enterprise network IP datacom products, can carry on the typical solution creation, and can satisfy customer's general business requirements for these products.

On completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

Exam Objectives | Course Outline | Syllabus
Describe Huawei enterprise network solutions
Describe Hardware features of Huawei series switches
Describe highlights of Huawei series switches
Understand Huawei switch application scenarios and sales policy
Describe Hardware features of Huawei series routers
Describe highlights of Huawei series routers
Understand Huawei router application scenarios and sales policy
Understand Wi-Fi 6 key technologies
Describe hardware features of WLAN products
Describe highlights of WLAN products
Understand Huawei Wireless Solution
Understand WLAN product application scenarios and sales policy
Describe hardware features of Huawei security products
Describe highlights of Huawei security products
Understand Huawei security product application scenarios and sales policy
Apply eDesigner & SCT tools in configuration and quotation
Apply DemoCloud platform in POC demonstration.

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Nathan McGinty started writing in 1995. He has a Bachelor of Science in communications from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in international journalism from City University, London. He has worked in the technology industry for more than 20 years, in positions ranging from tech support to marketing.

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Killexams : Michael Best is Seeking an IP Associate or Agent

Michael Best is seeking a Junior to Midlevel Associate or Patent Agent to join the Life Sciences subgroup of the IP practice group.

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP is seeking a Junior to Midlevel Associate or Patent Agent to join the Life Sciences subgroup of the Intellectual Property practice group. This position will work out of one of our Chicago, IL, Salt Lake City, UT, Wisconsin, or North Carolina offices. The Agent or Attorney must have 2+ years of patent prosecution experience at a firm or in-house, and the ability to draft patent applications is a must. The ideal candidate will hold a degree or Ph.D. in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Molecular Biology, or a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Admission to the USPTO is preferred. The candidate must excel in a team environment and be a highly-motivated self-starter with excellent business judgment, the ability to communicate clearly with clients, and the flexibility to thrive in a fast-paced environment.

The Location:

We have offices in Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Madison, Manitowoc, Waukesha); Illinois (Chicago); Utah (Cottonwood Heights, Salt Lake City); Colorado (Denver, Broomfield); Texas (Austin); North Carolina (Charlotte, Raleigh, Wilmington); and Washington D.C. Our contemporary offices spaces are ideal for concentration and collaboration supporting our culture of working together to make great things happen for our Clients. This position is available in our Chicago, Salt Lake City, Wisconsin, or North Carolina offices.

Qualifications Required:

Knowledge Base & Education

  • At least 2 years of in-house or law firm patent prosecution experience
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering (B.S.), Chemistry (Ph.D.), and/or Organic Chemistry (Ph.D.), or Molecular Biology (Ph.D.)
  • Admission to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
  • Excellent academic credentials


  • Ability to learn and embrace new skills and best practices as the position evolves and Firm needs change
  • Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Ability to work well independently as well as effectively within a team


  • Ability to develop relationships and foster teamwork at all levels of the Firm


  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with a diverse group of internal and external clients, attorneys, and staff
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to manage confidential information and sensitive situations with tact and discretion

Problem Solving Skills

  • Ability and confidence to identify and analyze issues, make decisions, and initiate actions/solutions
  • Agility to respond to unexpected challenges, including proactively developing innovative solutions to complex problems while maintaining a professional demeanor


  • Ability to maintain composure and demonstrate good judgment


  • Valid authorization to work in the U.S.

Why You Should Apply:

At Michael Best, we are proud to offer a comprehensive and competitive Total Rewards package that provides a variety of resources designed to enhance its employees’ overall well-being, both at work and at home. Competitive base pay, outstanding benefits, opportunities for learning and growth, programs designed to help you plan for the future, and perks that inspire your downtime are all part of our total compensation package.

Learning and Growth

  • Challenging and Dynamic Role
  • Career Development Planning
  • Professional Growth Opportunities
  • Performance Management and Coaching
  • Specialized Training Programs
  • Mentorship Program
  • Bar Exam/Bar Review Course Reimbursement

Health & Wellness

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision Care
  • Health Savings Accounts
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Wellness Program
  • Employee and Family Assistance Program

Total Compensation

  • Competitive Base Pay
  • Outstanding Benefits
  • Unlimited PTO Plus 10 Paid Holidays
  • Performance Recognition
  • ABA, State, and Local Bar Membership Fee Reimbursement

Planning for the Future

  • 401(k) with Company Contribution
  • Short-Term Disability Plan
  • Long-Term Disability Plan
  • Life Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Parental/Family Leave

Culture and Workplace

  • Respected Organization with Collaborative Culture
  • Growing Firm with an Exciting Future
  • Healthy Work-Life Balance
  • Flexible Remote Work Policy (Ability to work remotely up to 2.5 days per week)
  • Contemporary Work Environment
  • Positive and Respectful Work Climate

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to Apply Online with their resumes.

Please mention you found the position on the IPWatchdog JobOrtunities™ Job Board.

About Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP:

This is an opportunity to work with the Best.  We are Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP.  We are a full-service law firm with more than 350 lawyers and technical professionals who work in collaborative, interdisciplinary practices to serve clients around the world.

We work with companies in all kinds of industries, as well as trade associations, nonprofits, educational institutions, governments, family trusts, and high-net-worth individuals.  Since our firm’s founding in 1848, we’ve continuously evolved to meet our clients’ changing needs and expectations. One thing remains the same: For generations, clients have relied on Michael Best for exceptional legal service and business acumen.

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Killexams : AI is dominating the action in the stock market right now

OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT, is receiving billions of dollars in funding from Microsoft Corp. MSFT, -1.56%. The rollout of this new technology has been followed by similar efforts by Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, -1.21% and other companies and is generating excitement among investors large and small.

Check out the year-to-date performance for three well-known AI and robotics exchange-traded funds against the S&P 500 SPX, -0.28% and the Invesco QQQ Trust QQQ, -0.71%, which tracks the Nasdaq-100 Index NDX, -0.68% :

Emily Bary rounds up competition in the AI space, while Therese Poletti considers Microsoft’s growth path as it integrates ChatGPT into its Bing search engine.

Here’s a sample of continuing AI coverage and related opinion, some of which is skeptical:

Germany’s effort to move on from Russian natural gas

The DOMO benzene extraction plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Leuna, Germany.

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Germany is one of the world’s largest export economies, and its manufacturers and producers of raw materials were reeling from the disruption of natural-gas supplies even before Russia invaded Ukraine almost a year ago.

Barbara Kollmeyer visited InfraLeuna, which produces chemicals for large companies including Linde PLC LIN, -0.61% and TotalEnergies SE TTE, -2.54%, and interviewed CEO Christof Günther, who described various efforts to adjust to Germany’s new energy reality. She also talked to executives at other companies for her deep look into Germany’s energy transformation.

Related: Why U.S. fuel prices continue to feel the effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Speaking of energy, here are two stocks that are cheaply priced

TotalEnergies is one of two oil-related stocks cited as bargains by Dan O’Keefe, manager of the Artisan Global Value Fund.

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Michael Brush looks at shares of two energy giants that are trading at low valuations and may represent a temporary opportunity for investors to scoop up bargains.

Read on: Biden Spoke an Inconvenient Truth — The U.S. Still Needs Oil and Gas

Fraud and other financial crimes

Jillian Berman tells the story of a man who had money stolen from his Chase bank account and fought the bank for years before he got the money back — just days before he died. The article includes information that could be useful to victims of similar fraud.

See the Financial Crime column for more, including Lukas I. Alpert’s look at a giant-tire Ponzi scheme.

What’s next for the stock market?

Stocks have rallied this year, following the broad declines of 2022. Investors always wonder what will happen next, especially in the near term. Mark Hulbert looks at corporate insider stock-buying activity to provide a hint at what’s to come.

More from Hulbert: 10 value stocks for today’s market

This training program prepares people to be CEOs, and nearly half of those who complete it are women

Keri Dixon, CEO of Wilson Language Training, prepared for her role by taking part in Alpine Investors’ CEO-in-Training program.

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Many corporate executives rise through the ranks over a period of decades, which can stymie efforts to increase diversity among upper management. But Alpine Investors’ popular CEO-in-Training program emphasizes job candidates’ attributes, rather than their experience, as Steve Gelsi reports.

Here’s what the inverted yield curve might mean for you

Two-year Treasury notes have had higher market yields than 10-year Treasury notes since November.


Interest rates on long-term bonds are usually higher than rates on short-term bonds. But when investors pile into long-term bonds, they push prices higher, which can cause the yields on those securities (that is, their fixed interest rates when issued divided by their current market prices) to move even lower than yields on short-term paper.

Joseph Adinolfi explains why the yield curve is inverted and what this may portend for investors.

The longer the maturity of a bond, the more volatile its market price tends to be. This means you will normally take more risk with a long-term bond fund than with a short-term fund, in return for a higher yield. But now the sweet spot seems to be on the shorter end, with two-year U.S. Treasury notes TMUBMUSD02Y, 4.629% yielding 4.49% on Friday, while 10-year Treasury notes TMUBMUSD10Y, 3.821% yielded 3.69%.

In this week’s ETF Wrap, Chistine Idzelis talks to money managers about how to invest when short-term rates are relatively high, and provides several examples of ETFs to consider.

Related: Top executives facing higher interest rates and earnings pressure cut corporate debt levels

How high might bitcoin go from here?
Terrence Horan, Dow Jones

The price of bitcoin has risen 31% this year, following a 78% decline in 2022. But all that is old news. What’s next? In this week’s Distributed Ledger column, Frances Yue looks at evidence indicating that bitcoin is entering a new bull market.

Mark Hulbert does his own analysis to model a long-term top price for bitcoin.

Difficult decisions nearly everyone will face

Beth Pinsker shares tips on how to arrange care for elderly loved ones — and how to pay for it.

A time of change at Disney

Disney CEO Bob Iger.

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After retiring from his role as CEO of Walt Disney Co. DIS, -0.58% in 2020, Robert Iger returned to the top spot in November. This week he announced several important moves, including 7,000 layoffs, when the company reported its quarterly results.

Here’s the earnings coverage.

Here’s the reaction:

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Killexams : Weekly take: IP juniors’ chance at first-team action long overdue

I don’t need much of an excuse to talk about football. Sadly, it’s very rare that writing about intellectual property for a living allows me to do it.

But I’ve always found it slightly annoying how teams will only bring their junior players on for games deemed less important, or when a match has already been won.

How is new talent supposed to develop if their only chance to shine is a brief appearance in the last five minutes of a game or at an away fixture at a non-league ground in front of 200 fans?

Granted, I support Sheffield Wednesday so the idea of a match being won and glimpsing our juniors is something of an alien concept.

Now that my obligatory Sheffield Wednesday reference is out the way, I’ll return to IP.

First-team action

In the England and Wales High Court, a welcome initiative has been agreed aimed at giving junior barristers and advocates more of a chance at, shall we say, ‘first-team’ action.

There are now clear examples in writing of where use of a junior advocate should be encouraged in proceedings to avoid cases being dominated by a King’s counsel (KC) and senior advocates.

Sorry UK readers, a brief explainer for everyone else. KC is a special title given to barristers who have demonstrated excellence (but who must apply for the status). Barristers who become silks (a nickname for KCs) benefit from enhanced reputations and can typically charge more for their services than their ‘junior’ colleagues.

The aforementioned changes come in the form of amendments to the Patents Court Guide, which sets out guidance for litigants. Managing IP exclusively reported that changes were in the pipeline last year and a full report on those changes will be published shortly.

There has been concern in the profession for some time over the muted role of juniors in proceedings, with most case management and advocacy being handled by KCs.

Julian Flaux, chancellor of the England and Wales High Court, expressed his concern in January last year that junior barristers were being sidelined.

The move for more opportunities for juniors was spearheaded by the London branch of ChIPs (chiefs in IP), a professional organisation that advances and connects women in technology, law and policy. ChIPs been pushing for changes since 2018.

A representative of the group told me recently that juniors’ traditional appearances in court (until now, we hope) tended to be to “argue the bad points” – i.e. get the experience of being in court but at no risk.

The serious stuff is reserved for the trusted KC. Usually white, usually male, often greying around the edges.

This is plainly stupid for several reasons, not least because in many cases a junior will have a significant hand in preparing the entire grounds of a case – not just the ‘bad’ points that the client wants to run.

But also, because many juniors themselves are incredibly capable, able and experienced; they just aren’t being given the chances.

Giving juniors the responsibility to argue points and manage hearings – the guide recommends handing juniors responsibility for entire parts of a case such as interim applications or disclosure issues – is clearly a sensible way forward.

Client backing

My only concern lies in one area: the client. They are the ones with the money, with something to lose and the ones who take the risks.

I’m not suggesting for a minute that using juniors more frequently poses a risk, but it will be important for legal teams to ensure their clients do not view it that way.

Unconscious bias, whether we like it or not, exists and some IP owners may wince at the idea of letting a junior, a woman or a non-white greying male manage parts of their cases.

It will be down to legal teams, the counsel themselves and judges to educate them and ensure everyone is on board.

I’m told all judges, including the head of the patents court Mr Justice Richard Meade and the Court of Appeal judge Lord Justice Richard Arnold, are fully behind the idea.

They too, of course, were white, male, greying KCs (the only change being their elevated roles as judges).

If they have faith in our juniors, so should all of us.

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Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday outlined his highest priorities for the legislative session, offering an agenda centered on the economy, schools and public safety, complete with some proposals to push Texas even further to the political right.

During his biennial State of the State speech, the Republican governor named seven emergency items that lawmakers can vote on immediately: cutting property taxes, ending COVID-19 restrictions “forever,” expanding school choice, making schools safer, ending “revolving-door” bail policies, securing the state’s border with Mexico and cracking down on fentanyl.

“This session, we will ensure Texas remains the leader of this nation as an unflinching force in this world,” Abbott said during the speech in San Marcos. “Together, we will build a Texas for the next generation — the Texas of tomorrow.”

The legislative session, which began in early January, is Abbott’s fifth as governor, and it comes months after he secured a decisive reelection victory for a third term. It also comes as he has emerged as more of a national political figure for his attention-grabbing efforts to secure the border — and as a possible 2024 presidential candidate.

His speech included two references to President Joe Biden, a Democrat, saying in one that Texans are rightfully “furious about the lawlessness caused by Joe Biden’s open border policies.”

The speech otherwise included a host of priorities that Abbott has been emphasizing for months, like using the state’s historic budget surplus to deliver the “largest property tax cut in the history of Texas.” He also reiterated he wants to root out “woke agendas” in the classroom and let parents use tax dollars to send their kids to schools outside the traditional public education system.

Emergency items are proposals that allow lawmakers to bypass a ban on passing legislation before the 60th day of a session — which would be March 10. Thursday is the 37th day of the session.

Among his emergency items, Abbott called for legislation to permanently prevent COVID-19 mandates, like local requirements to wear masks, getvaccines and shut down businesses. While Texas long ago lifted its statewide COVID-19 restrictions, Abbott has kept in place a disaster declaration for the pandemic that has drawn some criticism from his right, and he has promised to end it once lawmakers act.

Notably, Abbott also nodded to conservative pushback by giving lawmakers more of a say in how he responds to the next pandemic.

“We must change how government responds to future pandemics, including requiring the Legislature to convene if another pandemic is ever declared,” Abbott said.

The governor has typically given the State of the State before a joint legislative session at the Texas Capitol. But Abbott chose to deliver the speech outside Austin for the second time in a row, after giving it in Austin two years ago amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

This time, Abbott delivered the speech at Noveon Magnetics in San Marcos, a setting that had drawn some controversy. Attendees were initially asked to sign a nondisclosure agreement, with his office citing “national security and corporate espionage concerns,” but the request was rescinded, according to the USA Today Network.

Reporters were not allowed to cover the speech in-person, but it was broadcast live on Nexstar TV stations across the state and streamed online.

Abbott opened his speech by recognizing Noveon as a “cutting-edge business in the critical field of Rare Earth Elements.” He warned that China currently dominates the rare earth materials market and that Texas needs to embrace companies like Noveon to become more self-reliant.

“The future of Texas and the United States should not depend on China,” Abbott said.

This article was first published on The Texas Tribune.

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DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — (AP) — New Jersey Devils associate coach and former Florida Panthers head coach Andrew Brunette was arrested Wednesday in South Florida and charged with driving under the influence.

Brunette was pulled over in the Deerfield Beach area, north of Fort Lauderdale, according to Broward County jail records. He was also charged with two counts of disobeying a stop or yield sign. Brunette posted a $500 bond and was expected to be released later Wednesday.

The Devils said in a statement that they were aware of Brunette's arrest and were gathering additional information.

The sheriff's office didn't immediately release a copy of Brunette's arrest report. Online jail and court records didn't list an attorney for Brunette.

Brunette is in his first season as associate coach of the Devils. He was interim coach of the Florida Panthers last season after taking over when Joel Quenneville resigned for his connection to a 2010 Chicago Blackhawks sexual abuse scandal.

The Panthers fired Brunette after they lost in the second round of the playoffs last spring despite him leading them to the Presidents’ Trophy as the league’s top team during the regular season.

The Sudbury, Ontario, native played 1,159 NHL games for Washington, Nashville, Atlanta, Minnesota, Colorado and Chicago from 1995-2012. He was a Wild assistant in 2015-16 and worked on Florida’s staff from 2019-2022.

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