T-Mobile US readies 5G FWA business move Español Europe’s first auction of radio frequencies in the sought-after 700MHz band kicked off today (27 May) in the continent’s largest market of Germany.However, anyone expecting the kind of long-running, high-stakes drama seen recently in the US will probably be disappointed since the only bidders are the country’s three incumbents. Disruptive outsiders are notable by their absence.The lack of outsiders usually restricts the bidding price in such contests, although surprises can occur.T-Mobile, Vodafone and Telefonica Deutschland will fight over a total of 270MHz across the 700MHz, 900MHz, 1500MHz and 1800MHz bands. BNetza, the German telecoms regulator, said 2 x 30MHz in the 700MHz band can be gradually used, starting in 2017.The regulator said the 700MHz band is earmarked to improve mobile broadband in rural areas, which typically suffer compared to cities. Its aim is to use the frequencies to achieve almost complete nationwide availability of mobile broadband.BNetza set out some stringent rollout requirements: winners must provide broadband coverage to at least 98 per cent of households nationwide. Households must be offered competitive services with an average transmission rate of at least 10 Mb/s. And mobile broadband coverage must also be guaranteed along national motorways and leading rail links. Las operadoras respaldan el papel de Qualcomm en la RAN abierta Tags Richard Handford Home German operators commence 4G spectrum battle Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Related Author Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 27 MAY 2015 Previous ArticleOrange gets final green light for Jazztel deal from Spanish watchdogNext ArticleTanzanian government takes back 35% of TTCL from Airtel to regain full ownership T-MobileTelefonica DeutschlandVodafone read more
The 2006 cooling unit was no longer suitable so Wagenborg’s engineering department developed a new technical concept for the exchange operation.Wagenborg transported the new cooling unit from its fabrication site in Stassfurt to the project site in Lingen on 16 axle lines of conventional trailer.While the new unit was kept in temporary storage, a skidding system was assembled at the site and the old cooler positioned on the skidding track, before being lifted by two 200-tonne capacity cranes onto SPMTs for transport to the storage area.The cranes loaded the new unit onto the same SPMTs and a reverse skidding operation was performed to deliver the new cooler onto its foundations. www.wagenborg.com read more
Milan Nikolic also called out Jarvis for making promises that he couldn’t keep, especially with paying the team’s dues to its players.“This is the first time in my career in which I saw that one person can own [a] club without money,” Nikolic said. “Because of the non-payment of the team for his services as their player, I was evicted from the condo unit that I am renting.”The Cebu City-based football club was embroiled in financial woes last season with some of its PFL matches being cancelled./PN MANILA – Players from Global-Cebu Football Club vented their ire over the social media as they have yet to receive their salary from their stints in the 2018 Philippines Football League season.Former Philippine Azkals mainstay Anton del Rosario called out Global-Cebu team owner Mark Jarvis as the latter were already negotiating with new players while they have yet to pay their players last year.“How is it that the manager goes and talks to players about signing them and advancing wages when a lot of the players still haven’t gotten paid?” del Rosario wrote on his Facebook account.Del Rosario also noted on his post that some of his teammates were only being fed cup noodles because they cannot put home-cooked meals on their table due to lack of finances. read more
Ducati Australia has issued an urgent safety recall for several models. The recall is to check if the the rear brake pads are coming loose.The campaign covers the models Hypermotard 939, 959 Panigale, 1299 Panigale, 1299 Panigale Final Edition and the new Panigale V4.According to the official notice, the brake pad could separate from the backing plate: “If the brake pad separates from the backing plate, this can cause a failure of the rear brake.”Letters are being sent to owners in Australia, with instructions to contact their closest Ducati dealer to set an appointment to inspect or replace the rear brake pads.Ducati has been mired in safety recall campaigns recently.First was for the Brembo front brake master cylinder, although it was not due to the motorcycle manufacturer’s fault. Then there was the recall for the Panigale V4 catching fire and defective fuel tank cap, while the Supersport S melted its fuel tank overfill hose because it was assembled too closed to the horizontal exhaust manifold.2018 Ducati Panigale V4 gets TWO recallsThe recall seemed to affect Ducati owners in Australia, the United States of America, New Zealand and Canada for the moment.Owners may check on the manufacturer’s website if their motorcycle is involved in any safety recall campaign by clicking on this link http://www.ducati.com/services/recall_campaigns/index.do and keying in your bike’s VIN (vehicle identification number, or chassis number as it’s known locally).Anyway, in our opinion, safety recalls should not paint a manufacturer as being bad; instead it should be taken positively as the manufacturer caring for their customers’ well-being.–Ads– Ducati Australia issued an urgent safety recall for a possible rear brake pad issue. Models affected are Hypermotard 939, 959 Panigale, 1299 Panigale, 1299 Panigale Final Edition and the new Panigale V4. Countries affected are Australia, the United States of America, New Zealand and Canada for the time being. read more
Eriksen had a good World Cup and is a key player for Denmark and Tottenham. PSG sign Schalke defender Thilo Kehrer PSG are interested in adding Christian Eriksen as a playmaker. The Danish midfielder is wanted by Thomas Tuchel. He has not yet renewed his contract with Tottenham, with various European sides interested in his services. El PSG prepara una ofensiva por Eriksen IN SPORT.ES Upd. on 15/08/2018 at 11:25 CEST 14/08/2018 Jesús Malagón @86malagon RELATED STORIES Rabiot turns down PSG’s offer of a new contract The Parisian side are preparing a 100 million euro bid for the star. The French side are expecting Draxler and Di Maria to go to be able to afford the deal in terms of FFP. They have already seen Lucas Moura, Serge Aurier, Blaise Matuidi and Claudio Gomes go after splugring 222m euros on Neymar and 160m on Mbappe. read more
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Jim Cotter of Vernon made a draw to the button to capture the Canadian Direct Insurance BC Mens’ Curling Championship Sunday in the Central Okanagan City.Cotter, third Ryan Kuhn, second Tyrel Griffith and lead Rick Sawatsky, defeated Dean Joanisse of New Westminster 7-6 in 11 ends to claim the Men’s Provincial Title.The win avenged a loss to Joanisse in the first round of the Page Playoff.Joanisse won that game 8-5. The final was a seasaw affair with the lead exchanging hands several times.Cotter, leading 6-5 in the ninth, held Joanisse to a single point in the tenth to force the extra end.Cotter, who defeated Brent Pierce in an extra end in Saturday’s semi final, advanced to the playoff round by winning the A event with a 5-3 win over Kimberley’s Tom Buchy.Cotter built up a 5-2 lead after eight ends. Buchy, the Kootenay rep at the provincial championship, scored a single in the night before Cotter ran him out of rocks in the tenth.Buchy lost in the B event to Joanisse 8-6 before being eliminated by Brent Pierce of Kelowna 8-3 in the C event.Cotter, who played in the 2014 Tim Horton’s Brier as a third to skip John Morris, is now heading back to the Canadian Men’s championship as a skip.The 2015 Tim Hortons Brier will be held from February 28 to March 8 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta. read more
Badry took the silver in Division one girls while Rushton placed second in Division five girls.Imo Cowan, in Division four girls, Chloe Melefant, Division four girls and Elissa Centrone, in Division six girls, all took home bronze medals.“Our two swimmers of the meet were Imo Cowan and Laurel Nixon, both for swimming huge best times in all six of their events and being great leaders to the younger swimmers,” said Verhesen, who swims with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns squad while working on an Education Major.Verhesen and Matthew form the Neptunes coaching staff along with Junior coaches Elissa Centrone, Laurel Nixon, Paige Ross, Jack Ross and Madeline Holitzki.Nelson enters the season with 44 swimmers on the roster.Next meet is June 9-10 in Trail. The Grand Forks B meet, slated for this past weekend, was cancelled due to the flooding the had plagued the Boundary region during the spring.The season continues with stops in Creston, Revelstoke, Castlegar and Colville before Regionals August 4-5 back in Trail.The BC Summer Swim Association Championships are August 13-19 in Surrey. The Nelson Neptunes looked to be in mid-season form, finishing second overall at the first meet of the Kootenay Summer Swim Association season at the NDCC Pool.Paced by the gold-medal performance by Samuel Matthew and three silvers from Keira Badry, Jaylen Rushton and coach Jacob Verhesen, Nelson scored 437 points to place behind meet winning Grand Forks Piranhas.“It was a very successful meet and we are excited to see what is to come,” Verhesen said of the season-opening performance.Kimberley, finishing third, Castlegar Aquanauts and Trail Stingrays rounded out the top five in the team standings.Creston, Revelstoke and Colville, Washington, were the other teams competing in Nelson.Matthew finished first in Division eight boys while Verhesen second. read more
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