PERENNIAL Real Estate Holdings Limited's joint venture company, Perennial TCM Management Pte Ltd, has set up Ming Yi Guan in partnership with Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the House of Tan Yeok Nee in Orchard Road.
On Saturday, Perennial announced that this is its first healthcare business in Singapore. Ming Yi Guan will be Beijing Hospital of TCM's first treatment facility outside China, and in South-east Asia.
Ming Yi Guan will be operating from the House of Tan Yeok Nee which has a total gross floor area of about 29,900 square feet, making it the largest integrated TCM treatment facility in Singapore, Perennial said. The facility will provide TCM services in the areas of chronic illnesses, oncology, subfertility, gynaecology, dermatology, pain management and health enhancement.
Canadians are barely getting used to cheering for BlackBerry (formerly Research in Motion) again, after the company’s stock price soared in recent weeks.
But could Canada lose its technology champion just as it seems poised to make a comeback?
That’s not an unlikely scenario if you listen to one research report that’s recently sent BlackBerry shares on yet another hot streak.
“QNX [is] undoubtedly the most secure computer system installed in cars today,” wrote Citron.
The software already runs on over 60 million cars from about 40 automakers — from Ford to BMW — making it a leader in the nascent market.
With Google and Apple racing to build an operating system for self-driving cars and Samsung and Tesla also eyeing that space, BlackBerry looks like an attractive purchase for a number of technology companies with cash to spare, the report argued.
Citron compared the BlackBerry to Mobileye, an Israeli auto startup for which Intel recently shelled out a whopping $15 million.
Mobileye software at the time had been installed on only 16 million cars, Citron noted.
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AMD (NASDAQ: AMD), and a global ecosystem of server partners, today marked a new era in the datacenter with the launch of AMD EPYC™ 7000 series high-performance datacenter processors. AMD was joined by multiple customers and partners at the global launch event in presenting a wide array of systems, performance demonstrations, and customer testimonials. The innovative, record-setting AMD EPYC design, with up to 32 high-performance “Zen” cores and an unparalleled feature set, delivers greater performance than the competition across a full range of integer, floating point, memory bandwidth, and I/O benchmarks and workloads.
“With our EPYC family of processors, AMD is delivering industry-leading performance on critical enterprise, cloud, and machine intelligence workloads,” said Lisa Su, president and CEO, AMD. “EPYC processors offer uncompromising performance for single-socket systems while scaling dual-socket server performance to new heights, outperforming the competition at every price point. We are proud to bring choice and innovation back to the datacenter with the strong support of our global ecosystem partners.”
The world’s largest server manufacturers introduced products based on AMD EPYC 7000-series processors at today’s launch, including HPE, Dell, Asus, Gigabyte, Inventec, Lenovo, Sugon, Supermicro, Tyan, and Wistron. Primary hypervisor and server operating system providers Microsoft, Red Hat, and VMware showcased optimized support for EPYC, while key server hardware ecosystem partners Mellanox, Samsung Electronics, and Xilinx were also featured in EPYC-optimized platforms.