first_img Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Related Former Ericsson employees charged in bribery case Chris Donkin Ericsson unveiled plans to build a smart manufacturing facility in the US to produce 5G antenna systems, a move it said would aid rapid deployment of the network technology in North America.The plant will be the company’s first smart factory with “highly automated operations” in the region and is expected to open early next year. The location of the facility is still subject to discussions with authorities in the country.It will produce 5G radios for urban areas and “advanced antenna systems” designed to boost mobile coverage across rural regions.In a statement, the vendor said the move was part of efforts to develop a “flexible supply chain” enabling it to work closely with customers across the world. It already has multiple manufacturing and R&D facilities in North America.Ericsson’s announcement comes days after reports that US authorities were considering imposing regulations requiring all components used in the country’s 5G networks to be produced outside of China, where Ericsson and rival vendors have facilities.Fredrik Jejdling, Ericsson EVP and head of networks, said the company was “digitalising our entire global production landscape, including establishing this factory in the US. With 5G connectivity we’re accelerating Industry 4.0, enabling automated factories for the future”.Ericsson already has factories with smart facilities in Estonia, China and Brazil. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Previous ArticleHuawei flexes 5G muscleNext ArticleIntelligence Brief: 5 ways to think about China Mobile’s 5G tender Home Ericsson set to expand US 5G kit production Tags center_img Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelona Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Author Asia AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 JUN 2019 5GEricssonUSlast_img read more

first_imgXiques petitions for Bar reinstatement X iques petitions for Bar reinstatementPursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Alberto Jose Xiques has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Xiques was suspended for three years effective nunc pro tunc July 2, 2007, as a result of his entering an unconditional guilty plea and consent judgment for discipline based on his mishandling of several real estate transactions wherein he failed to properly maintain and apply trust account funds only to the purpose for which they were entrusted.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon Xiques’ fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact Jennifer R. Falcone Moore, The Florida Bar, 444 Brickell Ave., Rivergate Plaza, Suite M-100, Miami 33131-2404, phone (305) 377-4445. December 1, 2012 Regular Newslast_img read more

first_imgRavenscroft joined Manitowoc in March 2016. In his most recent role, he served as executive vice president of cranes. In addition to his existing understanding of Manitowoc’s core business, Ravenscroft has more than 17 years of operational, sales and marketing experience, and has held international leadership roles in the industrial and engineered equipment sector. Kenneth Krueger, chairman of the board, said that Ravenscroft will help “continue to lead Manitowoc through this unprecedented global crisis…[and] toward a global market recovery and a new phase of growth and development.”Ravenscroft succeeds Barry Pennypacker, who is stepping down as part of the company’s leadership transition plan. Pennypacker will continue to serve Manitowoc in an advisory role through to December 31, 2020. www.manitowoc.comlast_img read more

first_imgThe UN report has urged the identification of perpetrators of attacks, saying they should be held accountable. The UN report has urged the identification of perpetrators of attacks, saying they should be held accountable.The United Nations has lamented the heavy toll that armed conflict has had in Somalia, saying the war had killed thousands of people, displaced millions, damaged infrastructure and livelihoods as well as impeded access to humanitarian relief for communities in need.A report released UN Human Rights Office and the UN Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) shows that a total of 2,078 civilian had been killed in the period from 1 January 2016 to 14 October 2017, while 2,507 others were injured.The report dubbed “Protection of Civilians: Building the Foundation for Peace, Security and Human Rights in Somalia,” indicates that more than half the casualties (60 per cent) were attributed to al-Shabaab militants.It added that 13 per cent of the casualties were attributed to clan militias, 11 per cent to State actors including the army and the police, four per cent to the African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM), and 12 per cent to unidentified or undetermined attackers.The report said that the unlawful attacks targeted civilians through the use of indiscriminate bomb and suicide attacks by non-state groups.It urged the identification of perpetrators of such attacks, saying they ought to be held accountable.“Such attacks, which are prohibited under international human rights and humanitarian laws, are, in most cases, likely to constitute war crimes, and it is imperative that perpetrators are identified and held accountable,” it said.The worst incident on a single day was the twin bomb blasts in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, on 14 October, attributed to Al-Shabaab by Somali government officials, in which at least 512 people are officially recorded to have died as of 1 December, along with 357 injured.last_img read more

first_imgNext Game: Full Schedule Roster Preview Union (Tenn.)* 3/8/2015 – 1 p.m. CT Watch Live Live Stats PENSACOLA, Fla.  – The University of West Florida softball team split a doubleheader with Gulf South Conference member Union (Tenn.) University Saturday afternoon. The Argonauts (5-15, 3-8 GSC) fell to the Lady Bulldogs 4-0 in the first game, but then rallied back in game two to defeat UU 10-2 in six innings. “It was a tough game one for us,” said head coach Melissa Paul. “But we made some adjustments in game two that threw their pitcher off her game and ended up walking away with a win.” The Argos were held without a hit in game one, but were led in game two by Jenna Belser (Chipley, Fal./Holmes County HS) who went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Game 1: West Florida 0, Union (Tenn.) 4 It was a tough day for West Florida’s batters in the first game as UWF failed to produce a hit on pitcher Kelly Robey. The Argos reached base only twice in the game after Belser and Kaylen Rowell (Pensacola, Fla./Tate HS) each drew walks in the game. In the circle for UWF was sophomore Rebecca Hein (Vestavia Hills, Ala./Vestavia Hills HS) who went all seven innings and gave up four runs on seven hits and struck out five batters. Game 2: West Florida 10, Union (Tenn.) 2 (6 Innings) It was another slow start for West Florida at the beginning of game two for the Argos. The Lady Bulldogs were the first to put runs on the scoreboard after scoring two runs in the third inning. However, UWF would explode offensively in the fifth and sixth innings after scoring six runs in the fifth and four in the sixth to earn the 10-2 victory. Five different Argos recorded at least one RBI in the game while also having five Argos record multiple hits. Behind Belser’s team leading three RBI, senior Lou Barnard (Apopka, Fla./Apopka HS) and junior Kayla Rosario (Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola State College) each batted in two runs for West Florida. UWF was led in the circle by Kalyn Chapman (Boonville, Ind./Wabash Valley JC) who, despite a two run third inning, pitched five scoreless innings. She gave up seven hits, no earned runs, and struck out two batters with only one walk. “Chapman had a great day for us today,” continued Paul. “She was able to throw her game and get some outs despite some defensive miscues to help close out the game for us.” West Florida and Union (Tenn.) will conclude the three game series with the final game on Sunday, March 8 at 1 p.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit #ARGOS# — –Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more