The supercomputer system of Viettel

Vietnam welcomes supercomputers to boost AI development

Supercomputers that can perform over hundreds of quadrillions of floating-point operations per second (FLOPS) have appeared more and more in major Vietnamese technological corporations. This is expected to aid those organizations to better develop AI implementations in life.

Bkav’s engineers are studying the BP560 design. (Photo: SGGP)

Ventilators urgently developed, manufactured for Covid-19 fight

Vingroup – a private business conglomerate in Vietnam – has successfully developed its first ventilator model and sent to the Ministry of Health for inspection before mass-manufacturing it. Similarly, Bkav Corporation – a domestic technology giant – is trying to finish its own ventilator model in this May for production. All are striving to help doctors and patients in Vietnam in the fierce combat against Covid-19.

At the meeting (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam able to perform 27,000 Coronavirus tests daily

According to the Ministry of Health at a government meeting on Covid-19 cases in the community relating to patients’ complex travel history presided by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Vietnam is able to perform 27,000 Coronavirus tests daily.
Remarkable M&A deals in 2019

Remarkable M&A deals in 2019

According to statistics, there were several merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in consumer goods, retail, finance, banking and real estate sectors across the country in 2019.
VN-Index drops to below 960 points

VN-Index drops to below 960 points

The Vietnam’s stock market declined the second day on December 3 as Masan’s shares hit the bottom on the day the group announced the merger of Vincommerce and VinEco with Masan Consumer Holdings.