Francisco Oliva assume como Gerente de Desenvolvimento Comercial (América do Sul) do Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group

TEMECULA, Calif., Dec. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (“Grupo”), parte do grupo de empresas da Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japão), tem o prazer de anunciar que Francisco Oliva é o novo Gerente de Desenvolvimento Comercial na América do Sul.

Francisco possui formações em Engenharia Mecânica e MBA e traz consigo mais de 30 anos de experiência no setor de gases industriais, tendo trabalhado na Air Products (antiga Indura) na América do Sul. Ele foi fundamental na implementação e otimização do desenvolvimento comercial, dos processes e da gestão de projetos de empresas nacionais e multinacionais nas áreas de aquisição, desenvolvimento comercial e aprovisionamento na América do Sul.

Com base em Santiago, no Chile, ele fará a gestão e o desenvolvimento de oportunidades comerciais locais e em todo o território da América do Sul, subordinado a Emile Bado, vice-presidente executiva de vendas e desenvolvimento comercial, e George Pappagelis, presidente da Nikkiso Cosmodyne.

“Estamos ansiosos para ampliar e expandir nossa capacidade nesse importante mercado com os conhecimentos do Francisco sobre o mercado e o setor, e também para aprofundar o desenvolvimento das oportunidades na região”, aponta Emile Bado.

Com esse reforço, a Nikkiso reafirma seu comprometimento de estabelecer presença global e local junto a seus clientes.

SOBRE A CRYOGENIC INDUSTRIES
Subsidiárias da Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (agora parte da Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) atuam na fabricação e em serviços associados a equipamentos projetados para o processamento de gás criogênico (bombas, turboexpansores, permutadores de calor, etc.), e usinas de processamento de gases industriais, liquefação de gás natural (LGN), liquefação de hidrogênio (LH2) e ciclo Rankine orgânico para recuperação de calor rejeitado. Fundada há mais de 50 anos, a Cryogenic Industries é a empresa controladora da ACD, da Nikkiso Cryo, da Nikkiso Integrated Cryogenic Solutions, da Cosmodyne e da Cryoquip, bem como de um grupo de controle compartilhado de cerca de 20 entidades operativas.

Para saber mais, acesse www.nikkisoCEIG.com e www.nikkiso.com.

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Francisco Oliva nommé responsable du développement commercial pour l’Amérique du Sud de Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group

TEMECULA, Calif., 03 déc. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (le « Groupe ») de Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries, qui fait partie du groupe de sociétés Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japon), a le plaisir d’annoncer que Francisco Oliva a été nommé responsable du développement commercial pour l’Amérique du Sud.

Francisco est titulaire d’un MBA et d’un diplôme d’ingénierie mécanique et apporte plus de 30 ans d’expérience dans le secteur du gaz industriel ayant travaillé avec Air Products (précédemment Indura) en Amérique du Sud. Il a joué un rôle crucial dans la mise en œuvre et l’optimisation du développement commercial, des processus et de la gestion de projets pour des sociétés nationales et multinationales dans les domaines des acquisitions, du développement commercial et de l’approvisionnement en Amérique du Sud.

Basé à Santiago, au Chili, il gèrera et développera les opportunités commerciale dans le pays et dans l’intégralité du territoire sud-américain, et rendra compte à Emile Bado, vice-président exécutif du développement commercial et des ventes, et à George Pappagelis, président de Nikkiso Cosmodyne.

« Nous sommes impatients de pouvoir développer et étendre notre soutien à ce marché important avec la connaissance de l’industrie et du marché de Francisco, et de poursuivre le développement des opportunités dans cette région », a déclaré Emile Bado.

Avec cette nomination, Nikkiso poursuit son engagement : avoir une présence à la fois locale et mondiale pour ses clients.

À PROPOS DE CRYOGENIC INDUSTRIES
Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (aujourd’hui membre de Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) et ses entreprises membres fabriquent et entretiennent des équipements de traitement du gaz cryogénique (pompes, turbodétendeurs, échangeurs thermiques, etc.), et des usines de traitement pour les gaz industriels, la liquéfaction du gaz naturel (GNL), la liquéfaction de l’hydrogène (LH2) et le cycle organique de Rankine pour la récupération de la chaleur perdue. Fondée il y a plus de 50 ans, Cryogenic Industries est la société-mère d’ACD, de Nikkiso Cryo, de Nikkiso Integrated Cryogenic Solutions, de Cosmodyne et de Cryoquip, et d’un groupe administré en commun comptant une vingtaine d’entités opérationnelles.

Pour tout complément d’information, veuillez consulter les sites www.nikkisoCEIG.com et www.nikkiso.com.

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Un opérateur mondial de premier plan choisit Synchronoss pour proposer une offre de cloud personnel

Un fournisseur majeur de services mobiles, de télécommunications et de FAI déploie une offre de cloud personnel portant sur la protection des fichiers, des photos, des vidéos et autres contenus numériques

BRIDGEWATER, New Jersey, 03 déc. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  Synchronoss Technologies, Inc. (« Synchronoss » ou la « Société ») (Nasdaq : SNCR), leader mondial et innovateur dans le cloud, la messagerie et les produits et plateformes numériques, a annoncé aujourd’hui un accord pluriannuel avec l’un des plus grands opérateurs mondiaux portant sur le déploiement de la solution de cloud personnel Synchronoss auprès de dizaines de millions d’abonnés sur son réseau. Cet accord contribuera aux résultats financiers de Synchronoss ce trimestre, car les préparatifs de déploiement sont en cours, et à la transition vers un modèle de revenus principalement basé sur SaaS à mesure de l’adoption du service par les abonnés.

Ce client international, qui fait partie des principaux fournisseurs mondiaux d’appareils mobiles et de services de communication, s’associe à Synchronoss pour proposer une gamme de services à valeur ajoutée, notamment la possibilité de sauvegarder et de gérer des fichiers, des photos, des vidéos et du contenu numérique stockés sur des téléphones portables et autres appareils. Grâce à l’envergure et à la portée commerciale de ce fournisseur de services, la Société estime que ce client va devenir l’un de ses plus grands déploiements de cloud dans les trois à cinq années à venir. Le déploiement de la solution de cloud personnel optimisée par Synchronoss permet aux opérateurs de générer de nouvelles opportunités de revenus, d’améliorer le revenu moyen par utilisateur (RMPU) et de réduire le taux de désabonnement grâce à un engagement amélioré.

« Cet accord représente une étape majeure dans l’expansion continue de notre activité cloud. Nous continuons d’équiper les prestataires de services mobiles du monde entier avec des outils stratégiques permettant d’améliorer la valeur client », a déclaré Jeff Miller, président et PDG de Synchronoss. « Cet accord pluriannuel illustre l’importance croissante des offres cloud pour les principaux opérateurs et étend davantage notre présence mondiale, avec de nouvelles opportunités de croissance pour la plateforme Synchronoss Personal Cloud. Surtout, le lancement d’une solution de cloud personnel adaptée au client permettra à cet opérateur de nouer des liens plus profonds avec ses abonnés et d’améliorer des mesures commerciales clés. »

À propos de Synchronoss
Synchronoss Technologies (Nasdaq : SNCR) est un développeur de logiciels permettant aux entreprises du monde entier de se connecter à leurs abonnés de manière fiable et pertinente. Sa gamme de produits contribue à rationaliser les réseaux, simplifier l’intégration et interagir avec les abonnés afin de créer de nouvelles sources de revenus, de réduire les coûts et d’accélérer la mise sur le marché. Plusieurs centaines de millions d’abonnés font confiance à Synchronoss pour rester en phase avec les individus, les services et les contenus qu’ils aiment. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur www.synchronoss.com.

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Operador global líder do setor seleciona a Synchronoss para fornecer a solução Personal Cloud

Fornecedor líder de serviços móveis, de telecomunicações e serviços ISP lança a solução Personal Cloud para a proteção de arquivos, fotos, vídeos e outros conteúdos digitais

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Dec. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Synchronoss Technologies, Inc. (“Synchronoss” ou a “Empresa”) (Nasdaq: SNCR), empresa líder global e inovadora em soluções de nuvem, mensagens, e produtos e plataformas digitais, anunciou hoje um acordo plurianual com uma das maiores operadoras do mundo para implantar a solução Personal Cloud da Synchronoss para as dezenas de milhões de assinantes em sua rede. Este acordo contribuirá para os resultados financeiros da Synchronoss deste trimestre, uma vez que os preparativos para a implantação estão em andamento e a transição para um modelo de receita com base principalmente em SaaS avançará à medida que os assinantes adotarem o serviço.

Como um dos principais fornecedores mundiais de serviços de comunicação e dispositivos móveis, este cliente internacional firmou parceria com a Synchronoss para o fornecimento de uma gama de serviços de valor agregado, incluindo a capacidade de fazer backup e gerenciar arquivos, fotos, vídeos e conteúdos digitais armazenados em celulares e outros dispositivos. Graças à dimensão e ao alcance de mercado do fornecedor de serviços, a Empresa estima que este cliente se tornará uma de suas maiores implantações de nuvem entre os próximos três e cinco anos. O lançamento da solução de nuvem pessoal da Synchronoss permite que as operadoras criem novas oportunidades de receita, melhorem a receita média por usuário (ARPU) e diminuam a rotatividade através de um maior envolvimento.

“Este acordo representa um marco importante na expansão contínua dos nossos negócios de nuvem. Continuamos a capacitar os fornecedores de serviços móveis em todo o mundo com ferramentas estratégicas para melhorar o valor para o cliente”, disse Jeff Miller, Presidente e CEO da Synchronoss. “Este acordo plurianual reflete a importância cada vez maior da oferta de serviços de nuvem para as operadoras líderes do setor e amplia ainda mais nossa presença global, representando novas oportunidades de crescimento para a plataforma Personal Cloud da Synchronoss. Acima de tudo, o lançamento de uma solução de nuvem pessoal com a marca do cliente permitirá que a operadora construa relações mais fortes com seus assinantes e melhore as principais métricas de negócios”.

Sobre a Synchronoss
Synchronoss Technologies (Nasdaq: SNCR) cria software que capacita empresas de todo o mundo a se conectarem com seus assinantes de maneira confiável e relevante. A coleção de produtos da empresa ajuda a otimizar as redes, simplificar a integração e envolver os assinantes para liberar novos fluxos de receita, reduzir custos e aumentar a velocidade de lançamento no mercado. Centenas de milhões de assinantes confiam nos produtos Synchronoss para permanecerem conectados com as pessoas, serviços e conteúdo que adoram. Saiba mais em www.synchronoss.com.

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PowerChina parvient à un développement commun grâce à une intégration culturelle diversifiée avec les pays d’Afrique du Sud-Est

PÉKIN, 2 décembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Un reportage de CRIOnline :

Power Construction Corporation of China (PowerChina), l’un des premiers lots d’entreprises chinoises à étendre leurs activités internationales en Afrique, a mis en œuvre de nombreux projets de construction d’infrastructures à grande échelle dans plusieurs pays à travers le sud-est du continent, apportant des contributions positives au développement économique africain et à l’amélioration des moyens de subsistance des populations locales.

La centrale hydroélectrique de Karuma, la plus grande centrale de ce type en construction en Ouganda, utilise pleinement les ressources en eau du cours supérieur du Nil et donnera une forte impulsion au développement économique du pays une fois achevée. Avant de lancer le projet, PowerChina a réalisé huit études d’impact au cours desquelles des experts ont été invités à évaluer l’environnement biologique local et à aider à définir le modèle de construction, avant de décider, en accord avec le propriétaire de la centrale, d’enterrer le groupe électrogène, le grand transformateur et d’autres équipements dans un espace souterrain. En outre, pendant le processus de construction, tous les travaux seront effectués de manière à préserver au maximum la végétation originelle du sol pour une cohabitation pacifique avec la faune indigène locale.

Au Zimbabwe, un pays riche en traditions et en cultures locales, PowerChina a mené une série d’enquêtes systématiques auprès de la population locale avant de construire la centrale thermique de Hwange, la plus grande installation de ce type jamais construite dans le pays. Pour éviter les conflits dus à des malentendus, tous les employés chinois ont dû suivre une formation aux compétences culturelles afin de respecter les coutumes locales, tandis que les concepts et systèmes de gestion chinois ont été rendus totalement transparents pour les employés zimbabwéens.

Depuis la mise en place de l’équipe de projet de la centrale électrique d’Andekaleka à Madagascar en 2018, PowerChina a sorti le grand jeu pour surmonter les obstacles dus aux différences culturelles, habituelles et professionnelles, et a finalement réussi à mettre en œuvre le projet. L’installation devrait répondre à 50 % de la demande d’électricité de la capitale du pays, Antananarivo, une fois qu’elle sera mise en service d’ici fin 2022.

Malgré les différences culturelles, les individus ont les mêmes pensées et aspirations. Chaque employé de PowerChina est convaincu que ce n’est qu’en s’engageant de manière proactive dans les nombreuses cultures diversifiées du monde et en interagissant avec les nombreux groupes sociaux de chaque pays et région dans lesquels ils opèrent, qu’ils peuvent insuffler une vitalité durable à leurs activités internationales et parvenir à un développement commun avec tous les clients, partenaires, parties prenantes et résidents locaux.

FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Expansion of Global Health Security Partnerships and Releases Annual Progress Report

As the world continues its fight against COVID-19, other ongoing outbreaks are stark reminders of the continued and constant threat posed by infectious diseases. The global Mpox outbreak and an Ebola outbreak in Uganda are just two of the most recent examples of how the risks and impact of emerging infectious diseases are increasing daily, and how global systems remain ill-equipped to identify and contain these threats. The Biden-Harris Administration continues to prioritize global health security as a critical component of national biodefense. Today, the Administration announced new actions to advance global health security that accelerate implementation of the National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan for Countering Biological Threats, Enhancing Pandemic Preparedness, and Achieving Global Health Security (Strategy). With this Strategy, the Administration has charted a bold and ambitious roadmap to protect American lives and livelihoods, and protect against infectious disease threats, whether naturally occurring, accidental, or deliberate. Partnering with countries to stop infectious disease threats at their source — by strengthening equitable health systems in their own regions — is an effective way to protect the health of Americans and people across the world.

EXPANDING GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY PARTNERSHIPS

The United States is committed to directly supporting at least 50 countries, by 2025, to strengthen and achieve regional, national and local capacity in five critical areas to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats. Building these capacities will further accelerate country compliance with the International Health Regulations (IHR) and help reach the 2024 target of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA). Over the next year, the United States will:

Expand and strengthen bilateral partnerships with at least 25 countries to develop measurable capacity to prevent, detect, and rapidly respond to epidemic and pandemic threats. This includes:

Forging 6 new and enhanced partnerships with Ghana, Guatemala, Mozambique, The Philippines, Zambia, and Ukraine (when the operating environment allows);

Strengthening longstanding partnerships with Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, and Vietnam.

Build and expand regional partnerships in Africa, Asia, and Latin America on infectious disease surveillance and early warning systems, biosafety and biosecurity, strengthening emergency operations centers, training and supporting health workers, investing in community and national leadership for global health security, and legal preparedness. These partnerships also include the multisectoral African Partner Outbreak Response Alliance (APORA) and joint efforts between the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command and Australian Defense Force.

Leverage bilateral U.S. global health security programs alongside investments from the newly established Pandemic Fund (formerly known as Financial Intermediary Fund) at the World Bank to achieve additional measurable results at the national, regional, and global level, and spur new resource mobilization for pandemic preparedness and response; and

Support implementation of the third edition of the World Health Organization’s Joint External Evaluation (JEE). The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention will provide technical experts to support 10 countries’ JEEs, assisting in gap assessments and developing recommendations to address them.

The United States employs a whole-of-government approach assisting partners to strengthen regional, national and local health systems to better prevent, detect, and respond to biological threats in a safe and secure manner, bolstered by programs and appropriations of the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Department of Defense, and others. To achieve these measurable results and support additional crosscutting global health security activities, the United States is providing more than $1.25 billion in Fiscal Year 2022 funds, an increase of over $570 million from Fiscal Year 2021. The Administration has also reaffirmed and will continue to utilize the coordinated whole of government effort outlined in Executive Order 13747, Executive Order 13987, and National Security Memorandum-15 to accelerate progress.

SPURRING OTHER DONORS AND MULTILATERAL PARTNERS TO ACT

Global health security is vital for international security and solidarity, and cannot be achieved alone. In addition to expanding bilateral partnerships, the United States will utilize its unparalleled catalytic leadership to unlock more commitments from allies, donors, and other partners to bolster support an additional 50 countries. To this end, over the next year, the United States will:

Strengthen and support the extension of the multilateral GHSA beyond 2023, as a forum for working across countries, regions, sectors (including non-governmental) to provide technical assistance and share best practices and measure and hold global partners accountable for progress. This week, the United States joined other multi-sectoral delegations in committing to and calling for new actions during the 7th GHSA Ministerial in Seoul, Republic of Korea;

Strengthen the new Pandemic Fund at the World Bank as a founding Board Member to deliver early impact for those countries and regions most in need, including supporting them to strengthen and achieve measurable capacity in critical areas;

Accelerate G7 commitments made by the United States and its close allies in 2021 and 2022, including meeting milestones of the G7 Pact for Pandemic Readiness towards assisting at least 100 countries, and collaborating with Japan’s G7 Presidency to expand health security investments, bolster medical countermeasure development and delivery, and grow pandemic preparedness and response financing. This G7 commitment matches the United States’ own 50 country target commitment, and aligns with the target of the GHSA 2024 initiative; and

Support the planned Global Health Security Coordinating Office being established by Republic of Korea and expected to launch in 2023, including strengthening coordination and collaboration with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s new East Asia regional office.

BUILDING PREPAREDNESS AT HOME AND WITH OUR NEIGHBORS

While we build capacity globally, the United States will continue to invest in pandemic preparedness here at home and in our own region, working with partners in the Western Hemisphere. The majority of our domestic goals and objectives are articulated within the recent National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan. Building on this Strategy, the United States will work regionally – in North and South America — this year – to build additional health security capacity. Specifically, the United States will:

Commit, working with the World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), to initiate and conduct a renewed external evaluation of U.S. health security and pandemic preparedness capacity by the end of 2024, in line with strong U.S. commitment to the International Health Regulations and using the new Joint External Evaluation (JEE) 3.0 Tool;

As tasked in NSM-15, revise the U.S. Global Health Security Strategy to incorporate lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and further outline the Administration’s international strategy and support for achieving a stronger, more secure global health security architecture with equity at the center;

Work collaboratively with Canada and Mexico under the North American Leaders’ Summit (NALS) to revise the North American Plan for Animal and Pandemic Influenza (NAPAPI) based on lesson learned from COVID-19. The three countries plan on developing and launching a new NAPAPI at the 11th NALS as a key cross-sectoral, flexible, and scalable trilateral framework for strengthening regional preparedness and response to a broader range of health security threats that includes influenza and beyond;

Strengthen regional engagement, including establishing a new U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention regional office in Panama City, Panama, serving Central America and the Caribbean; and

Establish and support, in collaboration with PAHO and the InterAmerican Development Bank, the Economic and Health Dialogue of the Americas (EHA), which aims to convene Ministries of Health, Finance, Economy, and Foreign Affairs of countries in the Western Hemisphere to jointly address the economic repercussions of COVID-19 and strengthen regional pandemic preparedness.

DELIVERING RESULTS FROM UNITED STATES INVESTMENTS

Investing billions of dollars today in global health security can save trillions of dollars and millions of lives. As requested in the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, the Biden-Harris Administration urges Congress to fully meet this unique moment in history – by providing the additional resources needed to sustain and accelerate progress for these global health security partnerships, and solidify steadfast U.S. leadership in the Pandemic Fund.

In order to show Congress and the American people the impact generated from these life-saving investments, the Administration is also releasing its annual report, Progress and Impact of U.S. Government Investments in Global Health Security, which details key outcomes from our Fiscal Year 2021 partner country activities.

In publishing these significant and measurable results, the United States continues to model transparency and accountability for its health security investments with global partners, and calls on countries and non-governmental organizations to do the same. The results are clear: Investing in preparedness and prevention saves lives and yields tangible results, including helping to rapidly address outbreaks of Ebola, yellow fever, Lassa fever, polio, influenza, and many others.

Source: The White House

Ethiopia Successfully Concludes 17th Internet Governance Forum

Addis Ababa-The 17th Global Internet Governance Forum(IGF), hosted by Ethiopia, has been successfully concluded in Addis Ababa on Friday December, 2, 2022, according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Demeke Mekonnen, who attended the closing ceremony, appreciated the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, its partners and participants for making the IGF 2022 a success.

He expressed his delight that the IGF 2022 took place in Ethiopia when the peace agreement was reached to end the two-year conflict in the north.

He added that Ethiopia’s government is assiduously carrying out the peace agreement, where humanitarian assistances are being delivered and efforts are intensified to restore services.

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Demeke pointed out that Ethiopia is working to build a digital economy and expressed his belief that the forum will monitor the ideas raised in the conference to turn into results.

United Nations under Secretary-General, Li Junhua, said in a video message that “we should work together to solve problems related to internet governance”.

Acting Executive Secretary of the UNECA, Antonio Pedro, indicated that the forum was attended by a large number of Africans.

Source: Ethiopian News Agency