IEI Celebrates Its 25th Year in Business

 IEI, a global IoT solutions provider, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Founded in 1996, IEI Group now has over 3,000 employees, 3 manufacturing centers, 4 logistics centers, 15 sales offices, and operations in 28 countries. With a strong local presence and a global outlook, IEI has developed into an internationally renowned brand in the integration of comprehensive systems for the Internet of Things, and its products are widely appreciated by customers worldwide.

In recent years, IEI has turned its focus to AI, networking, and smart healthcare to create a more convenient smart life, using innovative 5G and edge computing technologies. IEI provides first-class ODM customization services, and has launched a large amount of cloud-to-end products and solutions, ranging from factory automation, networking, smart buildings, smart retail, smart transportation to digital healthcare. These high-quality products are widely used in the Internet of Things applications in today’s smart cities, creating a more convenient and comfortable environment for people’s lives.

The world begins to map out its technological development, and IEI sees itself as a key player in the new technology development sector, especially in the Artificial Intelligent of Things (AIoT). IEI continues to work with leading technology companies and suppliers to develop various products for the demands of network communication and edge computing, and to develop more relevant products. As the global population is aging and healthcare is critical to today’s society, IEI will keep providing smart healthcare solutions to improve the quality of care. Consistently developing new solutions and products to contribute to smart life is what IEI aims at, no matter in target markets or for other potential opportunities.

In the past 25 years, IEI has been maintaining its original intention and passion to create infinite possibilities with “innovative thinking, innovative products and innovative solutions.” IEI never forgets its responsibility to society and its employees in business operation. It upholds the spirit of integrity and mutual trust with its global partners and colleagues to provide better solutions and products for the world to achieve intelligent life. In response to the wave of environmental protection and energy saving, IEI complies with international environmental protection policies to develop green products and take actions in the best interests of the environment, including the use of green materials/ sustainable packaging, recycling of waste products, and many more. All of IEI products are ensured to comply with EU RoHS directive.

Words from CEO

Since inception, IEI has maintained corporate commitment, vision, mission and value to pursue great technology in the hope of creating infinite possibilities through intelligent innovation.

Many of the business models we accustomed to in the past are greatly affected, and even subverted due to the pandemic. It is a crisis, but we see it as an opportunity! IEI is well prepared to face the new normal of the post pandemic. All IEI employees are ready to continuously devote to digital transformation and provide new solutions for the post pandemic era by proposing specific countermeasures in all development phases.

With the three core values -innovation, enthusiasm and integrity-in mind, we will keep making progress and continue to work together with our employees and partners to provide unparalleled solutions to society and our customers. By adhering to the principle of environmental protection, we are sure to create a sustainable smart life that is more than expectation – Good, and even better.

IEI Technology USA Corp.

James Smith




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Vice President celebrates Holi with school children at his residence

The Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu today celebrated Holi with school children and Secretariat staff at Upa-Rashtrapati Nivas today. Children from four Delhi schools, including those run by MCD, visited the Vice President’s residence and greeted him on the occasion of Holi.  The Vice President was delighted when the enthusiastic children recited patriotic poems.

Vice President celebrating #Holi with school children at his residence today.

— Vice President of India (@VPSecretariat) March 18, 2022

In reply to a question from a student whether he ever gets demotivated, Shri Naidu said, “No, I don’t get demotivated, but sometimes, I get disillusioned when some parliamentarians do not behave upto standards in the House.” He also said that Sardar Patel is the source of inspiration for his strong will power.

To another question on how the Vice President balances his official duties and family responsibilities, Shri Naidu said, “During my active political career, I could not do justice to the family but after becoming the Vice President, now I do try to spend time with my family.” He further added that “As the Vice President and Chairman of Rajya Sabha, I have constitutional duties and obligations to perform, but I always make it a point to talk to my granddaughter and grandson.”

— Vice President of India (@VPSecretariat) March 18, 2022

The Vice President advised the youngsters to always love and respect their mother, motherland and mother-tongue. “Live and work for the protection of unity, integrity and sovereignty of the country,” he told them. Highlighting our age-old civilizational values of ‘share and care’, Shri Naidu urged the students to develop a compassionate attitude.

Earlier in the day, the President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind and the Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu exchanged Holi greetings over phone. The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi also wrote to the Vice President conveying his good wishes and greetings on the auspicious occasion of Holi.



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Canada – Canada celebrates its National Day at Expo 2020 Dubai

March 19, 2022, Dubai – United Arab Emirates – Global Affairs Canada

Today, the Governor General of Canada, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, led Canada’s delegation in its National Day at Expo 2020 Dubai. Her Excellency participated in a series of high-level meetings before the official ceremony at Al Wasl Plaza, the heart of Expo 2020 Dubai.

In her remarks, she highlighted the strong partnership between Canada and the United Arab Emirates and promoted Canadian leadership, innovation and opportunities, while stressing the importance of collaboration across countries and cultures.

The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, accompanied the Governor General during her visit to Expo 2020 Dubai.

The Canada Pavilion marked its Expo National Day with a calendar of cultural and trade events that recognize the deepening of economic, cultural and people-to-people ties between Canada, the UAE and wider Middle East region, which are being strengthened by Canada’s participation in Expo 2020 Dubai.

Canada’s cultural program showcased a week of music, art, movie screenings and performances, culminating in a National Day concert headlined by Quebec pop sensation Marie Mai. Marie Mai’s drive and energy, heightened by electrifying rhythms, has seen her build a wide fan base, dazzling audiences in Canada, France and the U.S. Her music incorporates elements of rock, pop and electro mingled in a dynamic way. Over her nearly 20-year career, she has collaborated with renowned talents like Johnny Hallyday, has been a brand ambassador, has begun a successful career in film and TV, and has become one of Canada’s most successful Francophone pop stars.

Canadian alt-pop duo “Neon Dreams,” made up of vocalist Frank Kadillac and drummer Adrian Morris, performed their unique sound blending pop, rock, electronic dance music (EDM), hip-hop, reggae and folk. The pair have won numerous Canadian awards, including Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2020 Juno Awards and Best New Group or Solo Artist: Dance/Urban/Rhythmic at the 2017 Canadian Radio Music Awards.

Visitors were inspired by internationally renowned circus troupe “Artcirq” and their energetic acrobatic performances. What began as a way to provide youth with a cathartic artistic outlet has become a sought-after artistic phenomenon. Artcirq’s unique performing style blends modern circus techniques with Inuit culture and multimedia production, giving its members the space, skills and opportunities to express themselves and celebrate their heritage.

The Canada Pavilion also commemorated the National Day with the outdoor photographic exhibition “Take Your Seat.” The name of the exhibit comes from the Director’s chair creatively placed in each shot as a reminder that the choice to take care of each other, our planet, and our best selves is ours to make. In line with Canada’s Future in Mind Expo theme, visitors to the Canada Pavilion were invited to “take a seat” on the red Director’s chair and reflect on beautiful connections forged during Expo 2020 Dubai.

The Canada Pavilion will participate in a series of fun events and activities to mark “International Day of la Francophonie” on March 20—a day on which more than 320 million francophones in 5 different continents celebrate the French language as well as their cultural diversity. 

Rounding out Canada’s National Day showcase will be the regional premiere of “Peace by Chocolate,” a Canadian drama film, directed by Jonathan Keijser, inspired by the true story of the Hadhads. The Hadhad family moved to Canada as refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war, settling in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and establishing the Peace by Chocolate artisanal chocolate shop. 

Canada at Expo 2020 Dubai
Canada’s Expo 2020 theme, The Future in Mind, serves as a platform to promote opportunities for trade, investment, education, tourism and immigration, from across Canada’s provinces, territories and cities, and throughout all sectors of society. Canada’s participation highlights Canadian leadership in key sectors, including artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, education, digitization, telemedicine, clean technology, agriculture, health sciences, aerospace and more. Canada’s approach to Expo 2020 Dubai is inspired by our core values of diversity, inclusion, human rights and gender equality as the foundation to building a prosperous and inclusive nation.

NHPC celebrates International Women’s Day

NHPC, India’s premier hydropower company is observing International Women’s Day under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav with great fervour and enthusiasm at its Corporate Office, Faridabad and across its various locations in the country. NHPC’s T&HRD Division and NHPC WIPs (Women in Power Sector) cell is organizing a two-day workshop for NHPC women employees from 8th to 9th March 2022 to commemorate International Women’s Day. The workshop was inaugurated by Chief Guest, Smt. Alka Tiwari, IAS, Secretary, National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) and Shri A.K. Singh, CMD, NHPC. Shri Y.K. Chaubey, Director (Technical), Shri R.P. Goyal, Director (Finance), Shri Biswajit Basu, Director (Projects), Shri A.K. Srivastava, CVO  were also present on the occasion alongwith other senior officers and women employees of NHPC. The programme was telecast live across all NHPC Regional Offices, Power Stations and Projects to enable participation of all NHPC women employees posted at these locations.

Smt. Alka Tiwari, IAS, Secretary, NCST, delivered a special talk on ‘Women in Leadership’ in the opening session of the programme. Speaking on the occasion, Shri A.K. Singh, CMD, NHPC stressed on the role of women in society. He further highlighted the recent achievements of NHPC women employees and applauded their hard work, dedication and professionalism in contributing towards the growth of NHPC.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, NHPC especially felicitated 12 female employees for their outstanding contribution in various fields. Amongst these employees, Dr. Kamla Fartyal, GGM, Medical Services and Dr. Sushma Baleshwar Trivedi, Sr. DCMO were felicitated for their outstanding contribution to fight Covid – 19 pandemic, Ms. A. Nalini, Senior Manager (Finance) was felicitated for Outstanding performance in para sports at both National and International Level and Smt. Suja Anandan, Senior Manager (Civil), Ms. Monika Singh,  DM (Electrical), Ms. Aditi Bisht, Manager (Civil), Dr. Pinki Kumari Roy,  Sr. DCMO, Smt. Saloni Yadav, DM (Electrical), Smt. Nidhi Kaloni, DM (Electrical),  Smt. Purva Maini, Assistant Programmer, Smt. Anju Marwah, Private Secretary and Smt. Kamlesh, Assistant Programmer were felicitated for commendable performance in various Inter CPSU Sports tournaments  

The two-day workshop will include interactive sessions on a variety of topics dealing with women empowerment, leadership, work-life balance, financial planning etc. by leading experts from a diverse range of fields.            



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Hong Kong – London ETO celebrates Chinese New Year amid pandemic (with photos)

London ETO celebrates Chinese New Year amid pandemic (with photos)


     The Economic and Trade Office in London (London ETO) held a number of Chinese New Year celebration events virtually amid the pandemic.


     The Director-General of the London ETO, Mr Gilford Law sent his Chinese New Year greetings to over 4 500 interlocutors of the London ETO in the United Kingdom, Russia, Baltics and Nordic countries through video message. Riding on this opportunity, Mr Law highlighted that this year marks the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China and expressed his wish to welcome them in person for the London ETO’s series of celebration events under the theme of “A New Era – Stability • Prosperity • Opportunity” and in recognition of the promising opportunities of Hong Kong under the framework of “one country, two systems”.


     On February 15, the London ETO co-organised a Chinese New Year webinar with the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in Sweden (HKCCSE), the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). The Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Edward Yau delivered a keynote speech and provided a comprehensive update on the business environment in Hong Kong.


     On February 23, the London ETO partnered with the Denmark-Hong Kong Trade Association, the Finland-Hong Kong Trade Association, the Norway-Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce, the HKCCSE and the HKTDC to host an online Pan-Nordic Chinese New Year reception. In addition to outlining Hong Kong’s economic performance and business opportunities, Mr Law promoted the initiatives announced in the 2022-23 Budget to the Nordic business leaders.


     In end-January, Mr Law also attended Chinese New Year celebration events organised by the London Chinatown Chinese Association and greeted the UK community with souvenirs featuring the theme of the Year of the Tiger.