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I was struck by the openness of Chinese students. While China’s state-owned companies such as China Mobile, State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), and PetroChina have a solid footing in the top 20 list, Chinese students are also eager to work for multinationals like Apple, Google, General Electric, Microsoft and Volkswagen. One could conclude that blandishments of capitalism are casting their spell.

This year Cartes takes place at the Paris-Nord Villepinte exhibition centre from Nov. 6 to 8 and expects to host 430 exhibitors and 140 conference presentations while covering a broad range of secure applications including mobile payment, near-field communications, contactless and biometric technology, machine-to-machine communications.

One of the co-located specialist meetings set to take place at Cartes is the Hardware Intrinsic Security initiative. The membership of that two-year old organization includes Cisco Systems, IMEC, Intrinsic-D, Irdeto, Microsemi, MIPS Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, Oberthur, Renesas Electronics, Technikon and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacutring Co. Ltd.

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Making a bold move in the fledgling exchange business in the waning days of 2000, Converge, formerly eHitex, acquired NECX.com LLC from VerticalNet Inc. for $60 million in cash. In exchange, VerticalNet received a 19.9% ownership stake in Converge and, under a separate contract, the promise of a three-year software licensing agreement valued at more than $100 million.

Although mergers and partnerships have become fairly commonplace in the last several months, the deal marks the first major acquisition by an electronics-industry-led exchange. Converge's competitor, e2open, agreed in October to use the buy-sell transaction technology from PartMiner Inc. without taking an ownership position.

What does Converge gain from the acquisition? Primarily, NECX's industry expertise is expected to help the exchange more efficiently deliver purchasing and supply-chain coordination capabilities to its founding members, which include Compaq, Gateway, and Hewlett-Packard, said Converge chief executive Robert Lewis. Additionally, it gives Converge an established customer base as well as a technology platform built from a direct-materials perspective.

Any exchange focused on addressing the needs of the supply chain must do three things,” Lewis said. [First], you have to provide a liquid market for trade and procurement in order to facilitate the 20% of the buying and selling activity that takes place outside long-term purchasing contracts. [Second], you have to provide a robust application that enables collaboration among trading partners for product design, multiple-enterprise planning, and efficient movement of product. [Third], and most importantly, you need a trusted party to provide a secure environment where the participants can operate as both partners and competitors.”

The combined NECX deal and software agreement will help Converge meet those requirements plus provide the exchange with best in class” trading capabilities, Lewis added.

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