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Online data storage services help save 30% of costs

VietNamNet Bridge – Online data storage services have been booming as businesses have realized that the services allow them to cut down expenses. A report about the Internet use in Vietnam in December 2012 showed that 95 percent of Internet users access news websites regularly, nearly 4 billion video clips have been watched. Meanwhile, 79 percent have accessed to online ... Read More »

The U.S. sets foot in Vietnam’s nuclear power market

VietNamNet Bridge – The projects to build Vietnam’s third and fourth nuclear power plants are exactly what the US nuclear technology firms are heading to. Reactors No. 2 and 3 of the nuclear power plant in IndianPoint, USA. (Source: Entergy) A US delegation of nuclear trade policy recently came to Hanoi. The group included Under Secretary for International Trade Francisco ... Read More »

VTV – Viettel great war kicks off

VietNamNet Bridge  – The green light has turned on for Viettel,a telecom group, to jump into the pay-TV market. From now on, the pay-TV market would be  scorching hot, while the 90 million Vietnamese people would become the subjects for pay-TV service providers to scramble for. SCTV now holds 40 percent of the pay-TV market, VTV cab 30 percent, HTVC ... Read More »

Vietnamese scientists in France look to homeland

Vietnamese scientists and experts living in France will work with their colleagues in the homeland in practical research works that are highly applicable to socio-economic and scientific development. The orientation was set in the 2013-2015 working term of the Association for Vietnamese Scientists and Experts in France (AVSE) during the association’s second congress on May 25. In the term, the ... Read More »

‘Magic box’ conjures fresh water solution

VietNamNet Bridge – “To people living on the mainland, freshwater has been taken for granted. However, on an island like Bach Long Vi it can be as precious as gold. Only when going to the island and living with the soldiers stationed there can you understand how much they would treasure a source of freshwater,” confides Ngo Anh Quan PhD, ... Read More »

Copyrighted software promotes growth: research

VietNamNet Bridge – Each 1% increase in the number of copyrighted software will generate an extra US$50 million for Vietnam, says a research project conducted by the Software Alliance (BSA) in collaboration with the U.S.-based business school INSEAD. The research, whose results were published on Tuesday, is to prove that the extensive use of copyrighted software is meaningful to the ... Read More »

Vietnam begins its UAV era

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has announced it has succeeded in manufacturing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) which would be put into both civil and military services. The country is also seeking foreign supply sources. On May 3, 2013, on the Hoa Lac flight testing site, the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology successfully organized the test flights of 3 out of ... Read More »

Vietnam, Japan cooperate for high-yield cassava

Vietnamese and Japanese scientists have agreed to study genetically modified cassava to produce a high-yield variety, helping reduce soil erosion or depletion in cassava-growing areas. A document to this effect was signed in the Japanese city of Yokohama on May 22 between representatives of the Japan Institute of Physical and Chemical Research and the Vietnam Institute of Agricultural Genetics. Addressing ... Read More »

Vietnam, France institutes team up in IT training

A framework agreement on research and education cooperation in information technology (IT) and communications was signed among Vietnamese and French research institutes and universities on May 24. The partners include the French Institute of Research for Development (IRD), Vietnam ’s Institute of Information Technology (IOIT), the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH) and La Rochelle University ( France ... Read More »

Mobile banking remains “promising land” for banks

VietNamNet Bridge – Commercial banks have been moving ahead with their plans to boost the mobile banking, since they need to renovate technologies to improve the service quality and expand their service coverage. Experts believe that mobile banking would enter the hot development period in the time to come, when the number of smart phone users increases rapidly. A report ... Read More »