Danfoss, a global leader of energy efficiency solutions, brought its brand-new refrigeration solutions innovatively developed for applications in commercial buildings, heat pumps, data centers, transport, food chain & food processing, residential AC & heating, etc., to China REF 2021 in Shanghai on April 7.
Over 100 products are in display in Danfoss’ booth at the 3-day trade show, including 20+ new ones developed especially for China market, such as compressors, valves, plate heat exchangers, controllers, and Torbocor.
“40% of all energy consumption in cities is utilized for cooling and heating, rendering significant energy-saving potentials. Energy-efficient cooling and heating solutions, when comprehensively deployed, will create significant values for China’s green transition,” Arthur Xu, President of Danfoss China, said.
As a key side event of China REF 2021, Danfoss is teaming up with partners including Vertiv, Haier, Yili, OUTES, China United Engineering Corporation, and TICA to present Green Energy Efficiency Forum, to discuss with the industry the challenges and the prospects commonly faced, especially the energy saving potentials in the markets of data centers, industrial refrigeration, green heating, and magnetic bearing compressors.
Samsung said Wednesday that it likely made about 9.3 trillion Korean won ($8.3 billion) in operating profit from January to March, marking a 44% jump compared to the same period last year.
It also expected sales to have climbed about 17% year-on-year, to approximately 65 trillion Korean won ($58.2 billion).
Samsung’s semiconductor plant in Austin, Texas was forced to shut down in February after the state was hit by widespread power outages related to a massive winter storm, but “reached production close to normal levels as of end of March,” according to a statement from the company.
Last month, Samsung co-CEO Koh Dong-jin told investors that the tech giant was having trouble with its supply chain. The company was scrambling to address the dearth of semiconductors, and could continue to face problems in the second quarter, he added.
But as the situation in Austin continues to improve, recovering output “should start to drive earnings growth for” Samsung’s chip division, CW Chung, an analyst at Nomura, wrote in a note to clients on Wednesday.
The Verizon-owned website announced the question-and-answer platform is shutting down on May 4 with a terse statement on Yahoo Answers’ homepage.
The portal will go into “read only” mode on April 20 and avid users will have until June 30 to download content, Yahoo said.
“While Yahoo Answers was once a key part of Yahoo’s products and services, it has become less popular over the years as the needs of our members have changed,” Yahoo said in an email to Answers’ users obtained by the Verge.
” we have decided to shift our resources away from Yahoo Answers to focus on products that better serve our members,” the email continued.