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first_img Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Home Vodafone presses peers to take open RAN plunge Tags Previous ArticleOrange targets speed, access gains in West AfricaNext ArticleMediaTek targets mass-market 5G with latest chip Author Orange Ventures injects €30M into new fund Orange makes secure cloud pact for French market Vodafone Group executives called on global counterparts to follow its lead in committing to large-scale open RAN deployments, arguing a strong order pipeline is needed to help vendors fuel continued development of the technology.During the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Insights Series EMEA event, Vodafone UK CTO Scott Petty (pictured) said the open RAN ecosystem is on the “precipice of being ready” for major rollouts, with current kit suitable primarily for low-density rural deployments, but added the industry is caught in “a little bit of a Catch-22” situation.“As operators, we of course want perfect products at the prices that come with scaled market economics, but at the same time the vendors need scale commitments in the market to put in the development effort and needs required to perform in suburban and dense urban environments.”Petty highlighted Vodafone’s recent commitment to deploy open RAN kit at 2,600 network sites by 2027, 1,150 of which are due to be converted by end-2023, urging other operators to follow suit.Yago Tenorio, head of Group Network Architecture and TIP chairman, also pressed operators to consolidate their development requirements to ensure “we don’t ask different things of small vendors” which may not have the resources of larger players.Lab workTenorio and Olivier Simon, global director of radio innovation at Orange, underscored the importance of development labs, citing them as key for complex integration testing.Simon noted there are already four operator-led TIP Community Labs in Europe, adding Orange plans to open a fifth in Paris focused on trialling open interfaces, developing a RAN intelligent controller (RIC) and testing open RAN reference designs. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back OrangeTelecom Infra ProjectVodafone Related Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence Diana Goovaerts AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore16 10 NOV 2020 last_img read more

first_imgFORT MYERS, Fla. – South Korea’s Min Seo Kwak won the inaugural Patty Berg Memorial on Sunday at Cypress Lake for her first Symetra Tour title. The 23-year-old Kwak had four consecutive birdies early on the back nine and finished with a 3-under 69 for a three-stroke victory over Australia’s Stephanie Na. Kwak won in her 65th start on the tour. ”It’s really nice to win this week. I’ve worked harder this year than I did last year,” Kwak said. ”I wish my mom was here to see my win, but it feels great to win.” She earned $15,000 to jump from 37th to fourth on the money list with $19,556. The top 10 at the end of the season will earn 2015 LPGA Tour cards. Na finished with a 71. Cindy Feng and Demi Runas tied for third at 2 under. Feng, the money leader with $41,407, had a 71, and Runas shot 69.last_img read more

first_imgPALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – If Ernie Els keeps playing this well, he may have a big problem. If he keeps turning back the clock at the Honda Classic, he may find himself with a lot more work on his hands when he captains the Internationals against the Americans at Royal Melbourne in Australia. If Els finishes what he started Thursday at PGA National, he may find a bunch of players who idolized him at his door, lobbying for him to tee it up with Tiger Woods as dueling playing captains. Hey, if Els can win his 20th PGA Tour title this week, why not? Els didn’t look like a guy slogging toward his 50th birthday in the first round. He looked like the guy so many of these international players grew up admiring. He looked as good as he was when he won the Honda Classic in ’08. “Oh my God, I’ve looked up to him,” Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas. Vegas could have meant that literally. Off to his own hot start, Vegas kept seeing Els climbing the leaderboard with him. “You feel like you had to push harder to keep up with him,” Vegas said. Vegas took the early lead with a 6-under-par 64. Els shot 66. Full-field scores from the Honda Classic Honda Classic: Articles, photos and videos “Ernie played fantastic,” fellow South African Charl Schwartzel said after opening with a 67. “With the success he’s had at Royal Melbourne, he can pick himself, the way he’s playing.” OK, OK, it’s just one round. It’s easy to get carried away. Nobody knows that better than Els, but while he continues to insist he is not interested in being a playing captain, there’s a gleam in his eye when he talks about Royal Melbourne. “I have won there three times, and I do have the course record there,” Els said as he walked to his car after the round. Uh, huh. “Maybe if I magically find a lot of form, if I win another major, if I can win three more times, yeah, absolutely I’ll do it,” Els says with a laugh. Maybe if his putting stroke, a source of frustration as he has aged, continues to look as solid as it did on Thursday . . . But Els quickly catches himself. “It’s just not in the equation,” he said. “There’s so much to do, especially on my side of the captaincy. Tiger could be a little bit more comfortable doing it. He’s got a team of guys who have played Ryder Cups and Presidents Cups and who have been around it for many years. “I can see doing it from their point of view, but, from my point of view, I have a lot of work to do. I have to educate the guys around the golf course, how it sets up, how to play it. There’s a lot of things on my mind. It would be a difficult decision.” Yeah, but if he keeps outplaying the Internationals he is supposed to be scouting . . . Els was paired in the first round with Adam Scott and Kiradech Aphibarnrat, two players expected to make his team. Els put up a score six shots better than Scott in the first round, and nine better than Aphibarnrat. Els was asked what reaching 20 PGA Tour wins would mean to him. “It’s late in my career, but I’ll take any win now,” he said. “I’m not thinking about it. I’m just thinking about tomorrow’s round and so forth. “But it would be magic.”last_img read more

first_imgTaylor University is seeking applications and nominations ofdistinctive candidates for a tenure track Mathematics facultyposition in the Mathematics Department beginning in August 2021.Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications andexperience.Candidates must have a personal, vibrant faith and Christianwalk and be strongly committed to the educational mission andevangelical Christian orientation of the University. TaylorUniversity is a Christ-centered educational institution, and anevangelical, interdenominational covenant community committed toadvancing life-long learning and ministering the redemptive loveand truth of Jesus Christ to a world in need. Candidates will beexpected to affirm the Taylor University Life Together Covenant,Statement of Faith, and essential documents.Candidates should have an earned doctorate in Mathematics,Statistics, Data Science, or a related field.  ABD will beconsidered, as will a Master’s with considerable work experience indata science or data analytics.  Excellent communication andinterpersonal skills are required.  Mission and departmentalfit are of primary importance, but extra consideration will begiven to those with demonstrated expertise in statistics and/ordata science.  The ideal candidate will help establish adedicated Data Science major in the department, in conjunction withthe Computer Science & Engineering department and other campuspartners.Because Taylor University is a Christ-centered, evangelical,nondenominational, covenant community committed to advancinglife-long learning and its mission of ministering the redemptivelove and truth of Jesus Christ to a world in need, applicants mustconfess a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord,have a vibrant Christian faith, and display a passion for themission and educational philosophy of Taylor University.The appointee will teach a variety of courses across thestandard mathematics curriculum, but ideally will focus onstatistics courses at a variety of levels, and help develop furthercourses in the area. The candidate should be comfortable withcreative pedagogy, active and holistic learning, and onlineinstruction.The successful candidate will be expected to develop andmaintain an active program of faculty-mentored student research andscholarship.  Active membership in professional societies,professional service, student advising, faculty governanceresponsibilities, and chapel attendance are expected.The Mathematics Department offers various majors in Mathematicsas well as Mathematics and Computer Science Education, and a minorin Data Science. The department has 7 full-time faculty and ishoused in the Euler Science Complex.Taylor University is an evangelical nondenominational Christianliberal arts university in which all programs are shaped by aChristian worldview and the integration of faith, learning andliving within a community of intentional Christian nurture andrelationships.Taylor is distinctive in its commitment to the spiritual andintellectual development of its students as well as of its facultymembers. Academic pursuits at Taylor are rigorous, demandingimagination, dedication and integrity from both students andfaculty.  As a Christian institution, Taylor University hashighly capable, supportive faculty who recognize that all truth hasits source in God.  Taylor University carries out its missionand purposes primarily by offering undergraduate programs in itsresidential campus setting.  The University also offersfocused graduate programs that expand and complement curricular andinstitutionalstrengths.                                                                                                The University is located in the small town of Upland, IN, whichis 60 miles northeast of Indianapolis and 50 miles south of FortWayne. The combination of rural location and proximity tometropolitan areas provides numerous benefits.Interested candidates should send an application letter,curriculum vita, and a completed application to [email protected] Theapplication is available at http://www2.taylor.edu/provost/facultyapplication.doc. Material should be addressed to Dr. Grace Miller, Dean.  Allmaterials will remain confidential. The University and Departmentare keenly interested in diversifying its faculty and stronglyencourage women and members of minority groups to apply. Evaluation of applications will begin immediately andcontinue until the position is filled.  Taylor Universitycomplies with federal and state guidelines for nondiscrimination inemployment.last_img read more

first_imgHenry Poston of Los Alamos is the winner in the Men’s Championship Flight of the 67th annual Atomic City Invitational Golf Tournament at the Los Alamos County Golf Course. Courtesy photo SPORTS News:Henry Poston of Los Alamos is the winner in the Men’s Championship Flight of the 67th annual Atomic City Invitational Golf Tournament played over 4 days during the 4th of July weekend at the Los Alamos County Golf Course. Poston is a Los Alamos High School 2020 graduate who has signed a National Letter of Intent to play golf for Ohio University.KayLinda Crawford of Los Alamos is the winner in the Women’s Championship Flight of the 67th annual Atomic City Invitational Golf Tournament. In her day job, Crawford serves as advertising manager of the Los Alamos Daily Post.Final 2020 ACI Results:Men’s Championship Flight1st Place Henry Poston2nd Place Eric Trujillo3rd Place Cale JonesConsolation Bracket1st Place Scott WinegarMen’s First Flight1st Place Jason Norman2nd Place John Heineman3rd Place Tim JohnsonConsolation Bracket 1st Place Thomas HerreraMen’s Second Flight1st Place Phil Hoffer2nd Place Jon Rau3rd Place Dustin TaylorConsolation Bracket1st Place Pat MetzgerSenior Men’s Championship Flight1st Place Bruce Norman2nd Place Paul Cook3rd Place Mike LippiattConsolation Bracket1st Place Doug CramerSenior Men’s First Flight1st Place David Sutton2nd Place Robert Ortiz3rd Place Jim CoyConsolation Bracket1st Place Jeff GoetteeSuper Senior Men’s Flight1st Place Jeff Fronzak2nd Place Eddie Sanchez3rd Place Jim BergauerConsolation Bracket1st Place Clair RileyWomen’s Championship Flight1st Place KayLinda Crawford2nd Place Anna Swertfeger3rd Place Jill CookConsolation Bracket1st Place Karen RauWomen’s First Flight1st Place Mechelle Taylor2nd Place Alma Sondreal3rd Place Kristy OrtegaConsolation Bracket1st Place Laura Crucetlast_img read more

first_imgKeysight Technologies has announced the U2040 X-Series of wide dynamic range power sensors, consisting of four USB models for wireless and radar applications, and a dedicated LAN model for satellite testing. This series of sensors have an extremely wide dynamic range and high measurement speeds that enable them to make accurate and repeatable power measurements.The U2040 X-Series has a 96 dB dynamic range, spanning -70 dBm to +26 dBm enabling accurate power measurements of very small signals, critical for applications such as wireless chipset and power amplifier module manufacturing. With the new average mode time selectivity feature, users are able to make both average and time selectivity average power measurements across the full 96 dB dynamic range. This is a significant improvement when compared to conventional power sensors, which often limit time-gated dynamic range measurements at around 50 dB.One of the most notable features of the U2040 X-Series is its measurement speed of 10,000 readings per second in fast/buffer mode. This speed enables the sensors to measure continously in real time. Conventionally sensors only provide a snapshot of continuous pulses, leaving dead time where glitches can slip by unnoticed. This speed is almost 10 times greater than existing power sensors from Keysight and other companies, enabling continous measurement.The U2040 X-Series provides broadband coverage for any modulated signal, and covers all common wireless signal formats such as LTE, LTE-Advanced with 100 MHz bandwidth, and WLAN 802.11ac with 80/160 MHz bandwidth. Built-in radar and wireless presets allow faster test set up, and for data capture and analysis, engineers can use the Keysight BenchVue software, which is bundled free of charge with each sensor.U2049XA LAN Power Sensor:The U2049XA LAN power sensor achieves a number of industry firsts: 1) it is the world’s first thermal vacuum compliant (TVAC) power sensor; and 2) it is the first power sensor to come with LAN/Power over Ethernet (PoE) connectivity.U2049XA sensors with the thermal vacuum compliance option are subjected to temperature cycling in a vacuum chamber, and are created using components with minimal outgassing properties. The LAN-based sensor overcomes the cable length limitations associated with USB connectivity and is suitable for distances up to 100 meters. Together with best-in-class long term drift performance and a frequency range of 10 MHz to 33 GHz, the U2049XA is ideal for fault detection and long distance, remote monitoring of satellite systems.last_img read more

first_imgORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Tiger Woods has added the British Open to his summer schedule, he said on his Web site on Monday.Woods has a chance to become the first player in the 150-year history of the British Open to win three times at St. Andrews, where golf’s oldest championship will be held July 15-18. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img

first_imgBriscoe, 33, won the pole position for the race in 2012 and has nine Indy 500s to his credit. He finished fifth in 2012 and fifth in 2007.The Sydney, Australia, native competed in all 18 Verizon IndyCar Series events last year while driving for Chip Ganassi Racing. He earned 10 top-10 finishes in 2014, including a fourth-place finish at Pocono Raceway in July.MORE: Briscoe family embraces change as wife becomes ESPN anchorMessages to Briscoe and team co-owner Sam Schmidt were not immediately returned Wednesday.Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has a press conference scheduled Thursday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.SCHMIDT: Safety workers may have saved Hinchcliffe’s lifeHinchcliffe was injured Monday when his car crashed after part of the right front suspension broke. A portion of the suspension assembly’s wishbone pierced Hinchcliffe’s left thigh. He underwent more than four hours of surgery to repair soft tissue damage at IU Health Methodist Hospital.Hinchcliffe was transferred out of the Intensive Care Unit Wednesday and will require no further procedures at this time according to a statement from IndyCar, who said the driver is expected to make a full recovery.“We’re very pleased with his progress and his condition continues to improve,” said Dr. Timothy Pohlman, Senior Staff Trauma Surgeon at IU Health Methodist Hospital, who performed the surgery. “Our expectation, in consultation with the IndyCar medical staff, is that a normal recovery is to be expected.”(Greg Hester, USA TODAY Sports)(Greg Hester, USA TODAY Sports) The person asked not to be identified because the information wasn’t public. Ryan Briscoe, shown here at the 2014 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, will take the wheel for for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. (Tom E. Puskar, AP) Ryan Briscoe, shown here at the 2014 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, will take the wheel for for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. (Tom E. Puskar, AP)INDIANAPOLIS — Ryan Briscoe will replace injured driver James Hinchcliffe for the Indianapolis 500, a person close to the situation told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday.last_img read more