Daily Archives: October 7, 2019

Seaborn and EdgeUno Partner to Deliver Managed Cloud Services

Expanding partnership will result in new hosting options in the Americas

Seaborn and EdgeUno Announce New Partnership

‘Seaborn and EdgeUno Partnership Provides New Hosting Options for The Americas’

BOSTON and SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Seaborn Networks, (“Seaborn”), a leading independent developer/owner/operator of submarine fiber optic cable systems, and Latin American managed cloud services and datacenter company EdgeUno announced today an expansion of their partnership with the launch of Latin American managed cloud and datacenter services.

The move comes amid Seaborn’s targeted expansion into the Latin American market. Seaborn launched IP and SD-WAN networks in Brazil in the past few months and, in partnership with EdgeUno as its managed cloud service provider, the two companies have deployed unique virtualized cloud infrastructure technology to provide clients with both physical and virtual infrastructure as a service – not just in Brazil, but throughout the region.

“We live in a results-first world where a product list is no longer of interest to customers. They need customized solutions, and each customer’s needs in this space are very specific,” says Seaborn’s COO Andy Bax. “Seaborn has built a reputation for delivering creative, customer-centric solutions; and our partnership with EdgeUno integrates our capacity/IP solutions into the bare-metal and cloud computing markets with a level of coverage customers can’t find elsewhere.”

“These are the types of partnerships we dreamed of when we first started,” says EdgeUno CEO Mehmet Akcin. “Our goal has always been to offer users in Latin America the most seamless internet experience possible, and now, thanks to Seaborn, we have more options than ever to help make that happen.”

About Seaborn:
Unique among independent cable operators, Seaborn fully operates and maintains its submarine and terrestrial cable infrastructure. POPs, terrestrial backhaul, landing stations and subsea cable are all under Seaborn’s control, regardless of who the anchor tenant or other customer may be. Seaborn also has its own primary and disaster recovery NOCs. Additionally, Seaborn activates capacity and services faster than anyone else in the industry.

Media Contact:
Kate Wilson, Head of Marketing, Media
kate.wilson@seabornnetworks.com

About EdgeUno:
Co-founded in Silicon Valley by former Microsoft, Yahoo! and Terremark executives, EdgeUno provides unparalleled datacenter and managed cloud services focused in Latin America. EdgeUno entered the market in 2019 by acquiring major Colombian service provider RedUno with the goal of making it simpler to deploy and operate infrastructure across Latin America. EdgeUno has recently expanded its footprint to Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

Media Contact:
Diana Villamizar – press@edgeuno.com

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/a75af6b7-3af5-48fb-8f46-438888ea988a.

Food Africa and pacprocess Middle East Africa: A spotlight on the region’s opportunities

Egypt, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Egypt, the gateway to key markets in the Middle East and Africa, is scheduled to host two major international trade fairs in December that will set numerous business opportunities in motion and establish new international trade connections.

Food Africa, the 5th International Trade Exhibition for Food & Beverages, returns to Cairo from 9 to 11 December, at the Egypt International Exhibitions Center. The trade fair has earned its reputation as a leading F&B business platform to promote international trade and investment opportunities in the Egyptian and greater African & Middle Eastern markets.

Last year, Food Africa welcomed 350 exhibitors from 28 countries, hosted 420 leading buyers from Egypt and the region, and attracted 13,590 professional visitors. The exhibition recorded an eminent success with numerous partnerships and trade deals signed on the spot.

Running alongside Food Africa this year is a brand-new international exhibition, organized by one of the world’s leading event organizers; Messe Düsseldorf. pacprocess Middle East Africa, the International Exhibition for Processing & Packaging in the Middle East and Africa, is the latest addition to the interpack alliance, which spans all international events staged by Messe Düsseldorf under its Processing & Packaging portfolio.

The trade fair brings together local and international industry stakeholders from across the entire value chain to showcase cutting-edge technologies and forge lucrative partnerships. pacprocess Middle East Africa also features two specialized conferences; innovationparc and SAVE FOOD Initiative that will address the latest innovations, technologies, and trends in this industry, and highlight optimal solutions for reducing food waste.

The ‘Hosted Buyers Program’ is a valuable tool offered by these two exhibitions for local and international industry specialists who are looking to expand their businesses and infiltrate new markets. It is a specialized Business-to-Business platform that is developed with a primary focus on building bridges between buyers, vendors, and traders from across the region and beyond, to facilitate business undertakings and allow guest buyers to explore a diverse range of products and negotiate contracts.

Participants in the Hosted Buyers Program benefit from the opportunity to source products efficiently through pre-arranged appointments with worldwide suppliers and manufacturers, network with international industry stakeholders, and witness the latest innovations and trends firsthand.

For more information about pacprocess Middle East Africa and Food Africa, visit www.pacprocess-mea.com and www.foodafrica-expo.com

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Caroline Christidis
IFP Group 
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Anomali Demonstrates Automated Intelligence Driven Cybersecurity Solutions at Australian Cyber Conference 2019

Visit Anomali at Booth 38 to Learn How Customers Automate Detection, Analysis, Prioritization, Response, and Answers to Questions About Cyber Threats

MELBOURNE, Australia, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Anomali, a leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, is participating in the Australian Cyber Conference 2019 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center. Anomali recently unveiled the Anomali Altitude platform, delivering Anomali Lens, Anomali ThreatStream, and Anomali Match. Conference attendees who visit Anomali at booth 38 will learn about how this integrated product suite helps customers to automate detection, analysis, and response for high-priority external and internal threats.

Anomali threat intelligence experts will be available to provide live demonstrations of the product suite:

Anomali Lens™
This first-of-its-kind technology allows anyone, from security operations staff to board members, to automatically and immediately know when their organizations are being attacked, who adversaries are, and if the attacks have been successful. With these key security questions answered, users can make effective decisions about how to respond.

Anomali Match™ 
Anomali Match integrates cyber threat intelligence, MISP data, OSINT, SIEM logs, vulnerability assessment tools, and other big data sources to match billions of IOCs and threats against any that are present in customers’ networks. By providing automated, retrospective analysis for extended periods, users detect threats and compromises that have been present for any duration. Anomali Match replaces Anomali Enterprise and includes all of that solution’s former capabilities.

Anomali ThreatStream
Our threat intelligence platform (TIP) integrates threat data from the widest range of feeds to create actionable threat intelligence. Anomali ThreatStream is the foundation for the Anomali Preferred Partner Program, which includes an ecosystem of more than 50 partners providing threat feeds from all layers of the web.

At the Anomali booth (38), request demonstrations from Geoff Noble, Senior VP and GM of APAC, or Damian Skeeles, APAC Solution Architect.

For more information on the new Anomali platform and solutions, visit https://www.anomali.com/

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Blog: https://www.anomali.com/blog

About Anomali
Anomali delivers intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions. Anomali Altitude™ platform solutions include Anomali ThreatStream, Anomali Match™, and Anomali Lens™. Private enterprises and public organizations use Anomali to harnesses threat data, information, and intelligence to make effective cybersecurity decisions that strengthen defenses and reduce risk. The Anomali partner program provides access to threat feeds from all layers of the web and delivers seamless integrations into leading security infrastructure technologies. The Anomali Threat Research Team provides actionable threat intelligence that helps customers, partners and the overall security community to detect and mitigate the most serious threats to their organizations. Anomali customers include more than 350 global organizations, many of the Global 2000 and Fortune 500, and large government and defense organizations around the world. Founded in 2013, Anomali is backed by leading venture firms including GV, Paladin Capital Group, Institutional Venture Partners, and General Catalyst. Learn more at www.anomali.com

Joe Franscella
News Media Relations
jfranscella@anomali.com

NA Vice Chairman receives EU business official

Hanoi National Assembly Vice Chairman Phung Quoc Hien affirmed that Vietnam always provides support for investors in the country, during a reception in Hanoi on October 7 for Chairman of the EU � ASEAN Business Council Donald Kanak.

Hien spoke highly of the council’s role in promoting ties between ASEAN and EU firms, and Vietnamese and EU enterprises in particular.

He said two-way trade between Vietnam and the EU has kept growing over the past years. Progress has been seen in socio-culture, environment, climate change response, administrative reform.

The host expressed his delight at growing ties between the Vietnamese legislature and the European Parliament, and spoke highly of the Vietnam � EU Comprehensive Cooperative Partnership Agreement that took effect in 2016.

He wished that both sides will soon ratify the deals, and asked the council to push for the early ratification by the European Parliament and the EU member parliaments.

Kanak, for his part, said he is accompanied by representatives from 26 EU businesses working in different areas, reflecting their commitment to doing business in Vietnam in the near future.

He affirmed that EU firms are ready to assist Vietnam in assuming the role of ASEAN Chair by 2020./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Second field hospital ready to perform its tasks: ministry

Hanoi The Ministry of National Defence highlighted the active preparations for the second Level-2 field hospital while reviewing defence diplomacy during the third quarter at a meeting in Hanoi on October 7.

The ministry reported that in Q3, defence diplomacy was carried out in a comprehensive and practical manner, both bilaterally and multilaterally.

Visits by the ministry’s leaders, defence policy dialogues, border defence friendship exchanges, and officials’ attendance in multilateral conferences greatly helped enhance trust and defence cooperation between Vietnam and other countries, affirm Vietnam’s commitment to contributing to regional and global peace and stability, and safeguard the nation’s interests.

Regarding the participation in UN peacekeeping operations, active preparations were made for the second Level-2 field hospital to be ready to replace the first in South Sudan.

Besides, communications were also carried out in an effective and timely manner, providing an insight into Vietnam’s defence diplomacy, according to the ministry.

At the meeting, participants asked for stronger coordination among relevant agencies and better counseling so as to promote the effectiveness of defence diplomacy. They also stressed the need to keep a close watch on the situation in the world and the region to propose responses to new developments in relations and defence ties with other countries to the Party and State.

It is also necessary to continue working more closely with the Party and State’s external affairs units to prepare defence-related content for visits by Vietnamese leaders to other countries and by foreign high-ranking delegations to Vietnam, officials said./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

First working day of Party Central Committee’s 11th session

Hanoi Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong chaired the 11th session of the Party Central Committee that opened in Hanoi on October 7.

In the morning, the committee held the opening meeting and Politburo member and Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, on behalf of the Political Bureau, managed the event.

Politburo member and permanent member of the Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong asked for the committee’s opinions on the session’s agenda.

Party leader Trong delivered an opening speech at the event.

Later, delegates studied documents in groups.

In the afternoon, they discussed in groups the draft political report and the draft report on the 10-year implementation of the Platform on national construction during the transitional period to socialism./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Vietnam, Cambodia work to build common border of peace

Hanoi (VNA) �Vietnam always wishes to work together with neighbouring countries to build common borders of peace, friendship, cooperation and development, said Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh.

The wish is in line with Vietnam’s foreign policy of independence, self-reliance, peace, cooperation and development and serves the target of maintaining a peaceful and stable environment for national development, the official said in an article which was published following a conference in Hanoi on October 5 to review land border demarcation and marker planting work of Vietnam and Cambodia during the 2006-2019 period.

A borderline clearly marked in the field and recognised in internationally valid legal documents will facilitate the management of and ensure national defence and security in border areas, contributing to socio-economic development as well as exchanges, friendship and cooperation between neighbouring countries, Minh noted.

The Deputy PM and FM highlighted the time-honoured relationship between Vietnam and Cambodia, saying apart from consolidating and enhancing the friendship and cooperation, the two sides have always affirmed their respect for independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity as well as legitimate rights of each other, not intervention in each other’s internal affairs, equality and mutual benefits.

Over the past 40 years, thanks to joint great and tireless efforts, issues left over by history between the two sides, including those regarding border and territory, have been addressed actively.

The border between Vietnam and Cambodia was formed since feudal time, but the delimitation stopped at the boundaries among regions. Under the colonial regime, the border was adjusted by the Governor-General of Indochina.

After the French withdrew from Indochina in 1954, the entire border was drawn relatively completely on the Bonne map 1/100,000 published by the Indochinese department of geography.

Between 1954 and 1977, Vietnam and Cambodia held some negotiations on border issues, which, however, produced no outcome. Following the birth of the People’s Republic of Kampuchea (PRK), the two countries signed the Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) on February 18, 1979.

On the basis of the treaty, they negotiated and sealed the Treaty on the Principles for Border Issues Resolution between the SRV and the PRK on July 20, 1983, and the Treaty on the Demarcation of National Boundaries between the SRV and the PRK on December 27, 1985.

In implementing the 1985 treaty, the two sides began to conduct boundary demarcation and border marker planting in 1986, with 322 markers planned to be erected. However, the work was suspended in early 1989. In 1999, the negotiation on land border was resumed and the two countries inked the Supplementary Treaty to the 1985 treaty between the SRV and the Kingdom of Cambodia, known in short as the 2005 Supplementary Treaty, on October 10, 2005.

Accordingly, they adjusted the border line in some areas and reached consensus on the implementation of border demarcation and marker planting along the entire route.

To materialise the 1985 treaty and 2005 supplementary treaty, in 2006, Vietnam and Cambodia resumed land border delimitation and marker planting. In 2013, they concurred to plant auxiliary markers and poles to further clarify the border line in the field.

By now, the two sides have demarcated about 1,045km of the border line and built 2,047 markers at 4,553 positions in the field, or around 84 percent of the workload along the entire border line.

The outcomes of the work have been detailed in the two state-level international treaties signed by Vietnam and Cambodia in Hanoi on October 5, 2019, which are the Supplementary Treaty to the 1985 Treaty on the Delimitation of National Boundaries and the Supplementary Treaty to the 2005 treaty (known in short as the 2019 Supplementary Treaty), and the protocol on land border demarcation and marker planting.

Both sides expressed their resolve to complete the remaining 16 percent of workload, so that they can move forward to the demarcation of the border at sea.

Deputy PM and FM Minh described the signing of the 2019 supplementary treaty and the protocol as a major event in the bilateral relationship and a historic milestone in the process of the settlement of land border issues between Vietnam and Cambodia after more than 36 years of negotiations.

The event asserted the two sides’ shared goal of building a common border of peace, stability, friendship, cooperation and sustainable development, on the basis of respect for independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, and legitimate interests of each other, equality and mutual benefits, thus contributing to continuously enhancing the sound neighbourliness and traditional solidarity, for interests and prosperity of their people.

The signing shows that the difficult issues of border and territory can be settled in accordance with international law if the concerned parties show their good will, determination, responsibility, trust and joint efforts, he stressed.

The shared achievement recorded by Vietnam and Cambodia has also contributed to consolidating and strengthening solidarity within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and improving the grouping’s prestige and position in the international arena, Minh said.

After the two legal documents are ratified by authorized agencies of both Vietnam and Cambodia, and come into force, the two countries will manage their common border based on border demarcation and marker planting results acknowledged in the protocol, while maintaining their current management over the remaining undelimited sections in line with the 2005 supplementary treaty.

The official suggested the two sides soon build and sign an agreement to replace the Agreement on Border Regulations inked in 1983, considering the new situation, in order to ensure political security, and social order and safety in border areas, thus creating favourable conditions for all-round exchanges between authorities and people of border areas in particular and the two countries in general.

The Deputy PM and FM expressed the hope that the results will create major momentum for the two sides to continue their negotiations in order to address the remaining 16 percent of the workload, towards building a complete Vietnam-Cambodia border of peace, friendship, cooperation and development, in line with the motto of good neighbourliness, traditional friendship, and comprehensive, sustainable and long-term cooperation./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency