Kuala Lumpur, 15 February 2021: Against 18,000 participants, Mohammad Saiful Bin Mohammad Amin rose to the top of the 16 Cars Contest and won a brand-new Honda Civic 1.5, worth over RM120,000 or over $29,500. The 29-year-old trader working as an aviation engineer with Etihad Airways made the highest possible profit and traded volume for this round of the contest.
Originally from Kulim, Kedah, the young trader currently living in Dubai, United Arab Emirates only started trading with OctaFX three months ago and successfully won the grand prize in Malaysia after earning the highest results in gain, profit factor, and traded volume.
KUALA LUMPUR, 18 February 2021: We view with great concern the rising prevalence of Covid-19 in the country over past few weeks. We are particularly concerned on the impact of Covid-19 infection in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) especially those with CKD stage 5 who are receiving treatment with dialysis or kidney transplantation. Experience worldwide have shown this group of patients are very vulnerable to serious complications of Covid-19 infection and there is a significant mortality amongst those infected. Similarly, there is increased risk of healthcare workers (HCW) attending to these patients acquiring this infection due to frequent encounters.
There are now about 50,000 patients living on dialysis or have a functioning kidney transplant in the country, the vast majority of whom are on haemodialysis (HD). These patients have impaired immunity either inherently from their illness or induced by medications, making them eminently vulnerable to complications should they be infected with SARS Cov-2 virus.
Shenzhen, China, February 18, 2021: Huawei Founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei in a recent interview with global media in China revealed the company’s path of exploring new opportunities in industrial 5G applications across sectors such as mining, transportation, and music among others, emphasizing on Huawei’s continued focus on its innovation and core business to provide basic platforms for diverse industries in the 5G era.
Elaborating on Huawei’s focus to use ICT solutions to help legacy industries innovate, Mr. Ren Zhengfei said, “In 5G era, connecting businesses is the main goal. While the 5G applications for different industries are different, but most of the technologies are the same. So our main goal is to increase the adoption of electronic, software, and computing systems in different industries.”
Kuala Lumpur – February 18, 2021 – Altair, (Nasdaq: ALTR) a global technology company providing software and cloud solutions in the areas of simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence (AI), is pleased to announce the 2021 Altair Enlighten Award is open for submissions. Presented annually with the Center for Automotive Research (CAR), the Enlighten Award has expanded beyond lightweighting to celebrate the greatest sustainability initiatives, which help reduce carbon footprint, mitigate water and energy consumption, and engage in material reuse and recycling.
“Year after year, the Altair Enlighten Award sparks growing interest from policymakers, educators, and engineers to industry leaders from all around the world, and we are proud to use this platform to showcase the most impactful innovations in lightweighting and sustainability,” said James Scapa, founder and chief executive officer, Altair. “The convergence of simulation, high-performance computing, and AI solutions is empowering the automotive sector to produce smarter, more connected, sustainable vehicles, and we are proud to lead this evolution.”