said it is sending over 10 staffers to serve Taiwanese exhibitors at Automechanika, collect global buyers' data for future circulation of CENS
publications, and provide on-site daily reports in Chinese to exhibitors.
While CENS is unclassified, an employee's bureau may send sensitive messages, in which case the employee may be asked to enter his or her user ID.
Bureaus can send CENS messages to an employee's OpenNet and personal e-mail accounts and to the phone numbers on the employee's emergency contact form.
OEM provides periodic CENS security user training to all bureaus in Washington, D.
CENS is managed jointly by OEM, A/EX/ITS, and IRM's Telecom, Wireless and Data Services unit.
With major funding from the National Science Foundation's Science and Technology Center program, CENS
is housed in the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science and is made up of researchers from UCLA, UC Riverside, UC Merced, USC and the California Institute of Technology.
Established in 1974, CENS is Taiwan's most authoritative publisher of trade journals, providing a variety of export-oriented publications including CENS Lighting, CENS Hardware, CENS Furniture, Taiwan Machinery, and Transportation Equipment Guide (to name just a few), all of which are popular with buyers around the world.
The role played by CENS became more important than ever when the company went online in 1995, enabling it to serve as a more vital bridge between domestic manufacturers and overseas buyers via a platform that offers comprehensive information on Taiwan's industries and the products of its clients.
She said that D&B is very pleased to cooperate with CENS and voiced the belief that the new arrangement would further deepen its roots in Taiwan while helping CENS to better serve its clients via the D&B database.
The CENS Program was developed to enhance Cisco's PS partners' ability to sell and deliver service solutions for Cisco leading-edge technology.
Cisco EMEA Professional Services will officially roll out the CENS WildPackets Program at its Professional Services Partner Business Meeting in Athens, Greece on October 17.
Mahboud Zabetian, President and CEO of WildPackets and Timothy McCreery, Executive Director for the company, will attend the Athens event to meet CENS Partners and to join in on the roll out of the CENS Program.