China Household Electrical Appliances Association provides information on the ever expanding and developing Consumer Electronics market in China.The Appliance and Electronics World Expo (AWE2016) held in Shanghai provided many examples of the issues Chinese manufactures are facing.Adjusting FocusThe Chinese government pushes manufactures to increase turnover by modernization and digitalization as restructuring, e.g. the Internet Plus concept and to be more internationally competitive. Pushing for strong investments in the industry, upgrading household techniques and consumer electronics, which enhance the competitiveness of Chinese manufactures to overseas manufactures, displays China’s prowess, summarized Zhu Jun, General Secretary of China Household Electrical Appliances Association (CHEAA).
As the need for the integration of renewable energy into the power grid grows, Asia will emerge as dominant region for energy storage, according to Frost & Sullivan. That need is expected to drive significant interest in community and grid-scale energy storage solutions next year, particularly in Japan, China and South Korea.
When it comes to smart home adoption and revenue, the U.S. is leading the pack worldwide, according to Statista’s Digital Market Outlook, followed by Japan, Germany, China and the United Kingdom.
Leaders from U.S. and Chinese cities, along with Vice President Joe Biden and a special representative from China, gathered in Los Angeles this week to announce new commitments and targets for meeting carbon emission goals. Unsurprisingly, the event didn’t warrant a mention in Wednesday’s debate, where candidates only denounced diplomacy with China.The new targets are part of the bigger U.S.-China partnership on climate, which Republican leaders have ridiculed for not requiring action from China. But one announcement made at the U.S.-China Climate-Smart/Low-Carbon Cities Summit points to real, tangible declines in China’s emissions, while offering U.S. scientists an opportunity to study the world’s biggest electrical grid.
Xin WEI. Chances are you will always remember this name. Despite all recommendations, he has succeeded in breaking all the fundamental laws, defying mathematics and physics in a quantic way, or should we now recognize that there is officially a ‘Xin WAY’.This 26 year old has just achieved what is considered as being the first “Chinese Dream” and has became a part of Chinese history books, just like PENG Liyuan who is an extraordinary artist. She contributes with her talent to make China a place where success is possible.
Air pollution is a challenge everywhere and while, in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is targeting power plants with its Clean Power Plan, other countries like China are capitalizing on the growing popularity of electric buses.
Internet Plus will provide the backbone for administrations to create innovative way to develop smart cities, according to Chinese investment holding company, Tencent’s senior executive vice-president, Seng Yee Lau.He was speaking about the future of cities powered by Internet Plus at the recent 2015 Asia-Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) and Mayors’ Forum in Brisbane. Championed by Tencent, Internet Plus is a new concept in China describing the relationship between the Internet and society.
Erwin Liu is the CEO of a fledgling Chinese startup, and he’s been the happy recipient of free chips from Intel.
“Whenever I went to Intel’s offices, they would always give us some free samples,” he said.
Liu’s company, CEIN Biotechnology, which develops finger vein scanners, is just one among the many Chinese tech startups Intel is courting.
GreenPeak Technologies, the industry leading Smart Home semi-conductor/system company, and ZTE Health, a member of the world wide ZTE Group, have signed a partnership agreement to develop Smart Home applications and to provide smart solutions for the world’s aging population. This new application enables people to live longer at home independently while providing peace of mind to their care givers and family. The agreement was signed in Shanghai and was witnessed by the Dutch Prime Minister Mr. Rutte, who mentioned this partnership in his speech as an example of Dutch and Chinese collaboration, to address the care for the world’s growing elderly population, starting in China.
The semiconductor market started shifting its centre of gravity to Asia during PC boom of late 80s, and the swirlwind of action now is in China. Asia consumed approximately 60% global semiconductor output in year 2014 and in that China’s share is more than 60%. China is not only the world’s electronics factory, and is also fast emerging as semiconductor device factory of the world. IC chips are now fabricated in China at 28nm, node at which the maximum sales of chips are now happening. China’s share in non-IC semiconductor business such as opto (image sensor), mems and discrete semiconductor business is continuously growing. This trend which started in 2013 continues in 2014 and forecasted to continue in 2015.