CE China 2019: Suning Launches New Biu Products
Premiere at CE China: The Chinese retail giant Suning, strategic partner of CE China, has seized the opportunity to present eight new products of its Biu product line for smart home appliances at the CE China in Guangzhou. On this occasion, fans of Biu were invited to the first ever Biu fan festival to attend the launch.
This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190923005490/en/
Suning Launches New Biu Products at CE China 2019 (Graphic: Business Wire)
Behind closed curtains, selected Biu-fans were the first to learn about the premieres of intelligent smart home products at the booth of Suning on the trade show. Among others, Suning presented the new Biu air conditioner as a “pro version”, the "Little Dolphin" electric water heater and the "Little Seashells" gas water heater. Suning representatives also showed, how the different devices connect with each other.
According to Suning, Biu will continue to focus on smart products, smart home solutions, and services in order to bring users a full range of smart solutions. The company further announced to launch a large capacity multi-door Biu refrigerator and a Biu washing machine in October.
Jens Heithecker, IFA Executive Director and CE China Chairman, said: “Suning’s Biu product premieres here at CE China are a great honour and an example of how to get large attention to innovative concepts. Besides, it is yet another proof that we have chosen the right place and date for our show.”
Nicole von der Ropp
IFA Global Communication
Press and Public Relations
Messe Berlin GmbH
Senior Vice President
Messe Berlin Group
About Business Wire
For more than 50 years, Business Wire has been the global leader in press release distribution and regulatory disclosure.
Subscribe to releases from Business Wire
Subscribe to all the latest releases from Business Wire by registering your e-mail address below. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Latest releases from Business Wire
Jetcraft Celebrates Significant US Expansion and Landmark Sale22.10.2019 19:00:00 EEST | Press release
Jetcraft, the global leader in business jet sales and acquisitions, is announcing the addition of two new team members in North America, coinciding with its completion of the world’s first transaction of a pre-owned Gulfstream G500 aircraft. The sale comes at a time of substantial growth in resources for the company worldwide, with a 25% expansion of the team over the past two years. Chad Anderson, president at Jetcraft, says: “Jetcraft’s growth puts us in a strong position to facilitate pioneering transactions in the long-range aircraft market, which, with an influx of new models, is entering a dynamic period – as evidenced by our recent milestone transaction. “The definition of ‘pre-owned’ is changing – it no longer means ‘old’ in private jet sales. With innovation among manufacturers focused heavily on large-cabin aircraft, some buyers are choosing to sell after just one or two years of ownership, to upgrade to an even newer model. For example, the G500 only achieved certification i
TeleSign Expands Global Services through Partnership with Proximus22.10.2019 19:00:00 EEST | Press release
TeleSign, a leader in authentication and communication services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BICS, today announced a new partnership with Proximus, the largest telecommunications company in Belgium. This partnership will provide TeleSign’s fraud risk product portfolio to provide regional and international companies with a presence in Belgium. As the mobile identity ecosystem continues to rapidly evolve globally, it is more important than ever that businesses ensure the strongest authentication and verification measures to secure end-user accounts and prevent fraud, especially in the financial sector. According to PwC, almost two-thirds (65 percent) of companies in Belgium experienced economic crime in the last two years, compared to under half (49 percent) globally. Fraud such as account take over (ATO) through SIM swap and porting attacks can be significantly expensive to both end users and businesses. With the strength of Proximus’ insights and TeleSign’s expertise, this partnership
New GSMA Study Points to Huge Opportunity for Mobile Big Data Solutions to Drive Positive Social Impact22.10.2019 19:00:00 EEST | Press release
The use of mobile big data solutions in areas such as disaster response, disease prevention and financial inclusion could positively impact more than 150 million people over the next five years, according to a new GSMA study. The new study, Mobile Big Data Solutions for a Better Future, is prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) on behalf of the GSMA. It outlines how advanced mobile network analytics and AI can be applied to drive societal impacts supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “The unparalleled reach of mobile networks across the globe provides a unique opportunity to use mobile big data solutions to solve problems and save lives,” said Mats Granryd, Director General of the GSMA. “Harnessing the power of data analysis and AI to unlock valuable new insight will require investment, innovation and collaboration across a range of stakeholders, including government agencies, development organisations and mobile operators. Our new study highlights the amazing poten
New GSMA Study Highlights North America’s Global 5G Leadership22.10.2019 19:00:00 EEST | Press release
A new GSMA study has highlighted North America as one of the most advanced mobile regions in the world – a result of significant operator investments in 5G. The 2019 North America edition of the GSMA’s Mobile Economy report series – published today at MWC Los Angeles – forecasts that almost half of the region’s mobile connections will be running on new 5G networks by 2025. This is being fuelled by operator spending on new networks, which is forecast to total more than $380 billion (Capex) between 2018 and 2025. These investments are increasingly being focused on building-out 5G coverage across the region, enabling a range of new services for consumers and enterprise. “Our new study highlights how the North America region is vying for global 5G leadership with pioneering mobile markets such as China, Japan and South Korea,” said Mats Granryd, Director General of the GSMA. “Investments in next-generation networks and services by operators has helped create an industry that is now worth a
Phillips-Medisize Wins Contract to Manufacture First Electronic-Enabled Combination Drug Delivery Product22.10.2019 18:30:00 EEST | Press release
Phillips-Medisize, a Molex company, announced today an agreement with a leading biotechnology company to manufacture a wearable, electronic-enabled combination product. The product is a post-phase III development-stage combination drug and device that combines two-day, single use, disposable technology for subcutaneous drug delivery. The wearable combination product – which is replaced every two days – is about the size of a hockey puck, and can either be adhered to the patient’s body, via an adhesive patch, or worn near the infusion site. Phillips-Medisize, which built devices and supplied key data to support the FDA NDA submission, will provide final assembly, testing and quality control of this electronic combination product. Specifically, Phillips-Medisize will handle the prefilled drug cartridge that fits inside the device. This drug container is aseptically filled and shipped to Phillips-Medisize. Several state-of-the-art Phillips-Medisize facilities are involved in various stage
78 Per Cent of CSPs See Automation in Service Fulfillment as Key to Profitability22.10.2019 17:00:00 EEST | Press release
HIGHLIGHTS: CSPs missing USD 30 billion revenue opportunity in 2019 due to inadequate automation in fulfillment and sales, according to the second edition of the Create-Sell-Deliver Outlook Only 25 per cent of delivery tasks that could be automated actually are today, with the bulk still being fulfilled manually, study shows 78 per cent of communications service providers (CSPs) tie automation in service fulfillment to improved profitability 150 respondents from CSPs worldwide surveyed for the study CSPs worldwide are leaving money on the table as a result of missed automation opportunities in sales and service fulfillment, according to a new study from Sigma Systems. Conducted in partnership with research consultancy Coleman Parkes Research, the second edition of the Create-Sell-Deliver Outlook surveyed operators worldwide to gauge their perception of product innovation and create-sell-deliver capabilities. Although 78 per cent of respondents recognized that automation in service fulf
In our pressroom you can read all our latest releases, find our press contacts, images, documents and other relevant information about us.Visit our pressroom