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China's spark of EMC hope

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Shenzhen SES-Tech Co. Ltd? EMC design and validation? start-up company?

Wu: Work is very focused inside an enterprise, while it is very broad for startups.

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is a vital consideration in designing electronic devices. In China, however, despite the huge growth of the electronics industry, EMC design and validation are not given much attention. This sorry state of affairs is something that Wu Weibing, chief EMC expert of startup company Shenzhen SES-Tech Co. Ltd, hopes to ameliorate.

Weibing gained his EMC expertise from years of experience in the field. He was with Huawei Technology Co., the largest supplier of communication equipment in China, for five years. He has been involved in communication systems, design, validation and authentication of EMC and lightproof systems. According to Wu, "My work in Huawei enabled me to master logic analysis for technical issues, as well as to develop insight and attention to detail, which are all necessary for technical work. I also developed the habit of ensuring that things are done right the first time." Huawei is known for its highly competitive nature, and the fact that Weibing has survived, thrived and risen from the company has earned him the reputation of being elite among wolves in the industry.

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Shenzhen SES-Tech provides testing services for communication equipment, medical instruments, military electronics, auto electronics, consumer electronics, power system as well as financial electronics. Client companies include Nanjing Siemens, Ericsson, Shenzhen Mindray, Beijing Raisecom, Founder, Digital China and Hisense. The company has also begun to serve the overseas market.

Reflecting on his business experience, Weibing remarked, "It is relatively hard to run your own business since there are so many matters that need to be attended to. There is also little time for my family because of work." In addition, Weibing believes that there are different, if not contradictory, paradigms for large companies and start-ups. "Work is very focused inside an enterprise, while it is very broad for startups. You need many and varied ideas to bring a greater probability of success. The start-up needs both logical reasoning and creative ideas."

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