Huawei Joins Sisvel Wi-Fi 6 Patent Pool as a Founding Member

SHENZHEN, China, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei announced today that it has joined Sisvel Wi-Fi 6 patent pool as one of its founding members. This new patent pool provides an avenue for Wi-Fi 6 standard essential patents of Huawei and other innovators to be shared. Huawei has also concurrently become a licensee of the pool.

“Huawei is excited to share our innovative Wi-Fi technologies with the industry,” said Alan Fan, Head of Huawei’s Intellectual Property Rights Department. “Wi-Fi technologies are widely used in fields like consumer electronics, smart homes, and industrial enterprises. The patent pool will increase transparency of patent licensing and reduce licensing disputes. Implementers can obtain a license under all patents in the pool at one time, which increases licensing efficiency and reduces licensing costs.”

Fan added that Huawei has long advocated for innovations to be properly rewarded. Patent pools can help companies, especially SMEs, license their patents and subsequently invest licensing revenue into more innovation activities. Huawei hopes the successful operation of this patent pool will encourage more companies to invest in the next-generation Wi-Fi technologies.

Mattia Fogliacco, President of Sisvel International, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Huawei among the patent owners of our new pool. During the past two years of facilitation, we have created a framework that we feel will benefit the Markets for Technology as a whole, removing friction and aligning interests of innovators and implementers: Huawei accepting to become a founding member and a licensee/licensor offers a strong validation for this approach. We trust that this, together with the quality of the IP contributed by Huawei and the other participating patent owners, will quickly attract additional licensees and possibly additional patent owners.”

Huawei remains open to entering into direct licenses with other companies through bilateral discussions, thus giving implementers the choice of obtaining the license of Huawei’s Wi-Fi 6 patents through either the Sisvel Wi-Fi 6 patent pool or a direct license with Huawei.

Green Development, Building Energy-efficient ICT Infrastructure

SHENZHEN, China, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei’s Carrier BG Chief Marketing Officer Philip Song launched a new suite of green development solution today during Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week.

This solution, he explained in his speech titled ” Green Development, Building Energy-efficient ICT Infrastructure “, is aimed at helping operators systematically improve network energy efficiency: “As ICT infrastructure continues to evolve from 5G and F5G to 5.5G and F5.5G, green networks, evaluated against the network carbon intensity (NCIe) index, will become a critical part of future target networks. The main objective of our solution launch today is to help operators systematically build green networks that simultaneously address traffic growth and carbon emission reduction.”

Huawei's Carrier BG Chief Marketing Officer Philip Song speaking at Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week

According to Song, technological innovation is required at three levels to help customers achieve green development goals:

  • At the site and equipment level, more integrated designs and new materials should be used to move sites fully outdoors, and increase equipment energy efficiency and the efficiency of using renewable energy.
  • In cross-site coordination and networking, a simplified network architecture and improved forwarding efficiency are required to maximize energy efficiency and make networks all-optical, simplified, and intelligent.
  • To achieve green O&M, new O&M and energy-saving policies should be more easily developed and delivered, and energy efficiency indicators and baselines should be made more visible, manageable, and optimizable.

At the event, Song launched Huawei’s green development solution with innovations at these three levels, as well as the new NCIe indicator system which supports this three-layer solution of green site, green network, and green operation.

Closing out his speech, Song also announced the opening of the Evergreen Land engagement room, where Huawei will meet with global operators to discuss in-depth about green development and ways to build the most energy-efficient ICT infrastructure. He reiterated, “Huawei is committed to working with operators to improve the energy efficiency of ICT infrastructure and create value using green ICT technologies.”

The full details of Huawei’s new green development solution have been provided below:

At the site layer, the solution focuses on innovation in three areas:

  • Fully-outdoor deployment: Using innovative materials, the industry-leading blade power module supports 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G within a single site. The leading One Blade One Site solution features 97% site energy efficiency (SEE).
  • High degrees of integration: Ultra-wideband RF modules and multi-band antennas are integrated within these simplified sites. The company’s unique signal direct injection feeding (SDIF) technology is able to realize zero losses with zero cabling inside multi-band antennas, boosting the telecommunications energy efficiency (TEE) of the equipment.
  • Efficient use of renewable energy: Solutions such as Huawei’s AI-based PV-storage optimization and iPV shading for loss reduction are used to maximize the efficiency of using renewable energy.

At the network layer, the solution also features innovations in three areas:

  • All-optical connectivity: By upgrading the entire network from electrical switching to optical switching, the solution improves energy efficiency by about 10 times, while swapping copper for fiber further improves energy efficiency by about five times.
  • Simplification: The multi-service processing capability of Huawei routers enables the solution to integrate four units of equipment into one. With SDH modernization, the solution replaces multiple cabinets per site with one sub-rack per site, significantly reducing the amount of equipment room space needed and improving network energy efficiency (NEE). Continuous innovation in the optical transmission network (OTN) has also enabled the ultra-wideband Super C120+L120 solution to support a per-fiber capacity of nearly 100 Tbit/s, which means 1 million users can simultaneously watch movies online over a single fiber the thickness of a hair.
  • Intelligence: The solution supports intelligent dynamic hibernation of routers and automatically adjusts the forwarding frequency of network processors based on changes in the traffic volume.

At the operation layer, the solution focuses on user operations, energy saving policies, and energy efficiency indicators:

  • The solution accelerates the migration of users to networks using more energy-efficient RATs, for example, from 2G and 3G to 4G and 5G, greatly reducing energy consumption per bit and reducing the NCIe value.
  • The solution implements real-time traffic control and analysis, and adjusts forwarding processors’ frequency or shuts down ports based on traffic volume changes.
  • The solution ensures that the indicators are visible, manageable, and optimizable.

The Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week is held from July 18 to July 21 in Shenzhen, China. Together with global operators, industry professionals, and opinion leaders, we dive into topics such as 5.5G, green development, and digital transformation to envision shared success in the digital economy. For more information, please visit:

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Coinsfera enables visitors to sell USDT in Dubai to buy real estate

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates , July 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Coinsfera enables anyone to sell USDT in Dubai to buy real estate instantly. As an OTC crypto desk, Coinsfera introduces its new product to the public.

As cryptocurrencies become globally acceptable, cryptocurrency solutions become more accessible for anyone to use. Those cryptocurrency and blockchain solutions have expanded overseas and made finance available to everyone. Coinsfera utilizes the power of cryptocurrencies and gives its power to people to buy property by selling USDT in Dubai.

Sell USDT in Dubai to Buy Real Estate

Buying real estate has always been the preferred investment option for many people. When it comes to how to buy real estate in Dubai with crypto, you might experience some difficulties even though cryptocurrencies are a vital part of our life now. You can buy pretty much anything with cryptocurrencies. Real estate is not an exception to this with Coinsfera.

Coinsfera – the exchange operates since 2015, enables customers to sell USDT in Dubai to buy real estate. The provider of a wide range of crypto solutions seized the demand from crypto enthusiasts in buying real estate, villas, and apartments with cryptocurrency and decided to offer this solution as well. With the new product of the company, anyone can sell USDT in Dubai to buy apartments with simple procedures.

How to Buy Real Estate by Selling USDT in Dubai?

Buying apartments or real estate in Dubai with crypto may seem arduous for many individuals but Coinsfera put efforts to make the process simple for customers. According to the company, customers can buy real estate or villas in Dubai in 3 steps:

  1. Choose real estate – select the real estate, apartment or villa that you desire to buy from a wide range of options and set the estimated amount that you are willing to pay.
  2. Appoint a meeting – individuals can arrange an appointment with the Coinsfera staff using phone contact, WhatsApp, or telegram to discuss details in the meeting.
  3. Sell USDT in Dubai and buy an apartment – once the deal is closed, you will send the appropriate amount of money will be sent to in form of USDT and you will get your desired apartment or real estate.

According to the Coinsfera website, customers utilize the best features of cryptocurrencies while buying real estate in Dubai. Not only volatile cryptocurrencies but digital currencies such as USDT are widely used in transactions. Firstly, the adoption of cryptocurrencies and USDT increases, and demand rises as well from the company and individual customers. Secondly, different markets have adapted to cryptocurrency payment solutions. Next, unlike other payment solutions, cryptocurrencies charge you insignificant fees for transactions. If we were to give example, when you sell USDT in Dubai by transferring it to other accounts you will pay as low as 1 USDT fee for high amounts. Finally, cryptocurrencies are faster than traditional payment methods.

About Coinsfera

Coinsfera is an OTC crypto desk for buying and selling digital currencies in 4 cities, Dubai, Istanbul, London, and Pristina. Customers visit Coinsfera offices in those cities to easily buy and sell 2000+ cryptocurrencies instantly. Individuals can sell USDT (tether), Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Solana (SOL), Cordana (ADA), and many other cryptocurrencies within a few minutes.

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Huawei’s Ryan Ding: Green ICT for New Value

SHENZHEN, China, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At the Green Development Solution Launch held on the second day of Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week, Ryan Ding, President of Huawei’s Carrier Business Group, stressed the need for operators to prioritize energy efficiency and called for the establishment of a standard, industry-wide indicator system for energy efficiency during his keynote speech titled “Green ICT for New Value”.

Ding explained, “Every major advancement in history has been accompanied by a significant improvement in the energy efficiency of information transmission. The increase in carbon emissions generated by exploding data traffic will become a global problem that must be tackled in the next five to ten years. Increasing energy efficiency will be the way forward.”

Ryan Ding speaking at Day 2 of Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week

According to third-party research, data traffic generated by digital services is expected to grow by 13-fold over 2020 by 2030. This means that, if energy efficiency improvements are not made, the ICT industry’s energy consumption and carbon emissions will see a 2.3-fold increase. According to ITU, the ICT industry will need to reduce its carbon emissions by at least 45% by 2030 to meet the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Paris Agreement’s goal.

Ding said, “We are now facing an unprecedented challenge: As more and more industries are going digital, the demand for data will rise sharply, which will result in a surge in energy consumption. In the meantime, the whole world is working to combat climate change, and the ICT industry must urgently achieve carbon peak and carbon neutrality.”

Improvements to energy efficiency will benefit operators in three ways. First, user migration, site upgrades, and network power reduction will bring them OPEX savings. Second, improved energy efficiency will support the migration of 2G and 3G users to 4G and 5G services. Third, operators’ efforts to reduce carbon footprint will positively impact the environment, helping them better fulfill their social responsibilities.

To help operators achieve these goals, Huawei has proposed a three-layer solution: green sites, green networks, and green operations. First, they have developed solutions to improve site energy efficiency by adopting a highly integrated design, using new materials, and moving main equipment and power supply units outdoors. Second, the company’s simplified network architecture makes forwarding faster and supports the construction of simplified, all-optical, and intelligent networks. Finally, at the operations level, Huawei offers a solution that generates and distributes optimization policies while making energy efficiency more visualized and manageable.

So far, these green development solutions have been deployed for operators in more than 100 countries. In Germany, for example, Huawei’s PowerStar solution has helped realize minute-level energy efficiency self-optimization, improving energy efficiency greatly. In Spain, Huawei’s optical cross-connect (OXC) solution has been deployed on a customer’s backbone network, increasing energy efficiency by 81% and reducing costs by 29%. In Turkey, Huawei has deployed its green site solution for a customer, where equipment rooms are replaced with cabinets, eliminating the need for equipment rooms and air conditioners. The solution is expected to save 19,000 kWh of electricity per site per year.

Huawei and its operator partners are already working together to increase their “carbon handprint” by empowering carbon-intensive industries to boost energy efficiency using ICT solutions. The emissions reduction they enable can be 10 times their own emissions. Many success stories have already been seen in key carbon-intensive industries like ports, coal mining, and steel.

At the end of his speech, Ding called on the establishment of a unified, industry-wide indicator system as this would help establish baselines against which energy efficiency can be measured and serve as a guide for the green development of the ICT industry as a whole. Ding closed out his speech saying, “Huawei is ready to work with operators and create new value with green ICT.”

The NCIe energy efficiency indicator system proposed by Huawei has been approved by ITU-T SG5 and is now in the process of public consultation.

The Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week is held from July 18 to July 21 in Shenzhen, China. Together with global operators, industry professionals, and opinion leaders, we dive into topics such as 5.5G, green development, computing networks, and digital transformation to envision shared success in the digital economy. For more information, please visit:

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‫ Huawei’s ديفيد وانغ: الابتكار وإضاءة عصر 5.5G

شنتشن، الصين، 19 يوليو 2022 / PRNewswire / — في أسبوع الفوز · وفي أسبوع هواوي للابتكار، ألقى ديفيد وانغ، المدير التنفيذي لمجلس الإدارة ورئيس مجلس إدارة البنية التحتية لتكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات في هواوي، خطابًا رئيسيًا بعنوان “الابتكار وإضاءة عصر الجيل الخامس 5.5G “. في خطابه، تحدث وانغ عن التطور التالي لتقنية 5G ، والتي أطلقت عليها الشركة اسم 5.5G ، وخارطة طريق الابتكار في الصناعة للسنوات الخمس إلى العشر القادمة.

David Wang, Executive Director of the Board and Chairman of the ICT Infrastructure Managing Board of Huawei, delivering a keynote speech

ديفيد وانغ، المدير التنفيذي لمجلس الإدارة ورئيس مجلس إدارة البنية التحتية لتكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات في هواوي، يلقي كلمة رئيسية

وقال وانغ: “بالنظر إلى عام 2025، فإن التنوع الهائل وحجم متطلبات خدمة الشبكة سيخلقان إمكانات سوقية جديدة ضخمة”. “نحن هنا لمناقشة هذه الفرص مع المشغلين وشركاء الصناعة، واستكشاف الابتكارات التي نحتاجها للمساعدة في تمهيد الطريق لـ 5.5G.”

اقترحت هواوي 5.5G لأول مرة في المنتدى العالمي الحادي عشر للنطاق العريض للأجهزة المحمولة في عام 2020، و F5.5G (أو 5.5G الثابتة) في قمة المحللين العالمية في أبريل. منذ ذلك الحين، كانت الصناعة تغلي بالأفكار الجديدة وأفضل الممارسات.

ستؤدي وفرة المتطلبات الجديدة إلى رفع مستوى الجيل التالي من البنية التحتية لتكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات

وفقًا لوانغ، تحتاج التطورات الجديدة في التكنولوجيا الرقمية إلى دعم تجربة تفاعلية وغامرة في الوقت الحقيقي حقًا في العالم الرقمي، وإتاحة تجربة شبكة 10 جيجابت في الثانية تدريجيًا في كل مكان على هذا الكوكب.

على الصعيد الصناعي، دخلت الرقمنة بالفعل في المسار السريع. سيتم دمج الذكاء الاصطناعي بالكامل في عمليات إنتاج المؤسسات، وسينمو حجم سوق 5.5G IoT بسرعة. سيؤدي التعاون بين الروبوتات والأشخاص في سيناريوهات معقدة إلى فرض متطلبات أكبر على شبكات المجال الصناعي من الجيل التالي.

حاليًا، تعيق الاختناقات في الحوسبة، مثل جدران الذاكرة، والاستخدام غير المتوازن لموارد مركز البيانات، وانخفاض كفاءة الطاقة، ارتفاع الطلب على الحوسبة الجديدة. لمواجهة هذه التحديات، تحتاج الصناعة إلى الابتكار على مستوى العمارة والنظام لتعزيز إمداد الحوسبة.

ست ميزات لـ 5.5G – قيمة جديدة للحياة الرقمية والتنمية

الأول هو تجربة مستخدم 10 جيجابت في الثانية.  ستوفر 5.5G تجربة 10 جيجابت في الثانية من خلال تقنية MIMO التي تتميز بنطاق ترددي أكبر وكفاءة أعلى للطيف وتعديل أعلى رتبة. مع تقنيات الجيل التالي مثل FTTR و Wi-Fi 7 و 50G PON و 800G ، ستوفر F5.5G تجربة 10 جيجابت في الثانية في كل مكان.

في هذا الحدث، اقترح وانغ Net5.5G لأول مرة، لتحديد تطور شبكات IP لتلبية الطلب المتزايد على قوة الحوسبة من خلال التطبيقات الذكية. قال وانغ: “مع انتشار التحول الرقمي، ستشهد التطبيقات الذكية تسويقًا تجاريًا واسع النطاق وستكون موارد الحوسبة موجودة عبر غيوم متعددة”. “تحتاج الشركات إلى الاستفادة من قوة الحوسبة من سحابة متعددة بتكاليف أقل، مع قدر أكبر من المرونة والمرونة. تحقيقًا لهذه الغاية، نحتاج إلى مواصلة الابتكار استنادًا إلى IPv6 لمساعدة الصناعة على الازدهار. هذا هو السبب في أننا اقترحنا Net5.5G “.

ثانيًا، سيتجاوز نطاق الأعمال الاتصال.  ستتجاوز 5.5G إمكانية الاتصال لتشمل الاستشعار، مما سينتج عنه ثروة من السيناريوهات والتطبيقات الجديدة. سيتم استخدام تقنيات الاستشعار اللاسلكي واستشعار الألياف في التعاون بين المركبات والطرق ومراقبة البيئة. سوف تدمج إنترنت الأشياء السلبي تقنيات العلامات الخلوية والسلبية لإنشاء 100 مليار اتصال محتمل. ستعيد الشبكات الأساسية 5.5G تعريف البنى والتقنيات الأساسية لتمكين سيناريوهات الخدمة الجديدة، مثل الشبكات الخاصة للصناعة، وشبكات المجال الصناعي، والاتصال الجديد.

ثالثًا، ستتيح الحوسبة المتنوعة تطبيقات متنوعة.  في عصر 5.5G ، ستتم إعادة تعريف معماريات الحوسبة لزيادة كفاءة الحوسبة بمقدار 10 أضعاف من خلال هندسة الرقائق وبنيات الترابط الكامل من نظير إلى نظير.

رابعًا، سيتجاوز التخزين المرتكز على البيانات الحدود الحالية في بنية التخزين.  سيعمل التخزين المستقبلي على تحسين أداء التخزين بمقدار 10 أضعاف من خلال بنية الأجهزة والبرمجيات المتمحورة حول البيانات ومحركات تسريع تطبيقات البيانات المتنوعة.

خامسًا، ستجعل شبكات القيادة الذاتية عالية الاستقلالية ( ADN ) من L4 حقيقة واقعة.  أصبحت شبكات ADN هدفًا مشتركًا لهذه الصناعة. سيعمل الذكاء الاصطناعي الأصلي الكامل، من عناصر الشبكة إلى الشبكات والخدمات، على تسريع التقدم في تقنية ADN . سيتم تطبيق نتائج الابتكار الجديد، مثل خوارزميات الضغط لمئات من مؤشرات الشبكة وتحديد الأخطاء غير المعروفة بواسطة نماذج مؤسسة الذكاء الاصطناعي، على نطاق واسع في عصر 5.5G .

أخيرًا، ستؤدي التطورات في التكنولوجيا الخضراء والابتكار على مستوى النظام إلى زيادة كفاءة الطاقة.  اعتمد قطاع تقييس الاتصالات بيانات شبكة الكربون/كثافة الطاقة ( NCIe ) كمقياس موحد لكفاءة الطاقة لتوجيه خارطة طريق التنمية الخضراء للصناعة. طورت هواوي حلولًا مبتكرة للمواقع الخضراء والشبكات الخضراء والعمليات الخضراء لزيادة سعة الشبكة وخفض استهلاك الطاقة لكل بت. ستعمل هذه الحلول على تمكين المشغلين في عصر 5.5G .

قال وانغ: “بينما نتحرك نحو عصر 5.5G ، يحتاج جميع الفاعلين في الصناعة إلى العمل معًا لتحقيق المعايير حتى النضج وتنمية صناعة مزدهرة”. واقترح ثلاث توصيات ليختتم كلمته.

  • تحتاج الصناعة إلى العمل بشكل وثيق معًا لتحديد الرؤية وخارطة الطريق لـ 5.5G .
  • يجب أن تحدد الصناعة معايير التكنولوجيا ضمن أطر المعايير التي وضعتها 3GPP و ETSI و ITU .
  • يجب على جميع الفاعلين في الصناعة العمل معًا لتعزيز نظام بيئي مزدهر للصناعة من خلال احتضان المزيد من حالات الاستخدام وتسريع التحول الرقمي الذكي.

يُقام أسبوع الابتكار في هواوي في الفترة من 18 يوليو إلى 21 يوليو في مدينة شينزين بالصين. جنبًا إلى جنب مع المشغلين العالميين والمتخصصين في الصناعة وقادة الرأي، نتعمق في موضوعات مثل 5.5G ، والتنمية الخضراء، والتحول الرقمي لتصور النجاح المشترك في الاقتصاد الرقمي. لمزيد من المعلومات، يُرجى زيارة: .

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New Kincentric Report Reveals Employee Attrition, Manager Burnout will Remain a Challenge Globally

2022 Kincentric Report on Global Trends in Employee Engagement reveals challenging environment for employee engagement, leading to an Era of Opportunity for HR Professionals to Transform Organizations

DEERFIELD, Ill., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kincentric, a Spencer Stuart company that uses data-driven insights to help organizations unlock the power of people and teams, today released a large-scale report on employee engagement trends over the past three years based on input from 12 million employees in more than 125 countries. The 2022Kincentric Report on Global Trends in Engagement shows that while employee engagement levels year-over-year appear relatively stable, engagement has varied greatly from quarter to quarter, reflecting the turbulence of the world events that have had a significant impact on workers around the globe.

The report finds that employees’ engagement rates peaked at 73% in Q2 2020, before falling to 67% by Q4. After maintaining rates ranging from 65%-69% in 2021, employee engagement fell to 62% in Q1 of 2022. Notably, workers’ desire to stay within their current organization continues to decrease, indicating that turnover may remain a persistent challenge – and middle managers are feeling more pressure than ever, with a 10-point decline in work-life balance compared to 2019.

“The last few years have seen an unprecedented amount of disruption, from the ongoing pandemic to global social unrest; to that end, we’ve also seen a huge shift in how, when and where people work,” said Jeff Jolton, Managing Director, Research and Insights at Kincentric. “This report outlines the specific changes unfolding in real-time, on a global scale.”

“While there are indicators of decreasing levels of employee engagement in the data, we have also identified areas of tremendous potential for organizations to build employee-centric systems, structures and processes that will meet the needs of the transformed workplace. These challenges present an era of opportunity for organizational leadership and the Human Resources function as drastic changes in ways of working can impact company performance.”

Other key results from the global study include:

  • Concern about lack of support: Only 50% of employees feel their organization has sufficient staffing to get work done.
  • A compelling vision of the future is a game changer: Employees reported 8x higher engagement when senior leaders made them feel excited about the future.
  • Employees want to know how they fit in. As employees deal with a changing environment, they want to better understand where they fit into the future of the organization. However only 59% feel recognized for their efforts and just 54% believe they have future career opportunities at their company.

“The findings indicate that no one thing alone makes for a great work experience. Rather, it is the culmination of multiple and simultaneous active Employee Experience initiatives such as recognition, career development, performance management, effective infrastructure and staffing, communicating vision, caring leadership and a positive mindset around change that correlate positively with the degree of Employee Engagement and enable organizations to successfully engage and retain their employees. Now is the time for business and HR leaders to assess, determine the right steps to take for their culture, and ultimately empower and inspire their people,” said Jolton.

For more information or to view the full report, please visit here.

About Kincentric

Kincentric, a Spencer Stuart Company, helps organizations unlock the power of people and teams to ignite change and drive better business results. With decades of experience and specialist expertise in areas such as culture, employee engagement, leadership assessment and development, HR and talent advisory, and diversity, equity and inclusion, Kincentric uses data-driven insights to architect solutions that add value, enhance agility and increase organizational effectiveness. For more information, visit

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