Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Market Size, Share & Forecast Segmental Analysis – By Coverage (Indoor Vs Outdoor), By Ownership (Carrier Ownership, Neutral Host & Enterprise Ownership), By Technology (Carrier Wi-Fi, Small Cells & Self Organizing Network (SON)), By End User (Public Venue, Transportation, Industrial, Healthcare, Education & Others), By Country Competitive Analysis Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities Here is a link to the full report – Europe Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Market By Coverage (Indoor Vs Outdoor), By Ownership (Carrier Ownership, Neutral Host & Enterprise Ownership), By Technology, By End User, By Country, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013-2023. Market research experts, ResearchandMarkets, have released a new report on the European Distributed Antenna System (DAS) market for the period between 2013-2023.The market, according to the report, is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% by 2023, owing to rising investments in the development of 5G cellular network technology ecosystem and growing number of connected devices, such as smartphones, smart speakers and smart appliances.Moreover, increasing popularity of ‘Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)’, enterprise mobility, and digital & fiber DAS in the region is further anticipated to fuel growth in European DAS market over the next five years.Highlights of the Report Include:
“I believe in my team always until the end. After the game I will be proud of them for sure because we will do everything on the field and try to bring back the zonal trophy to Bacolod,” he added.As usual Ceres head coach Risto Vidakovic expects his players, including injured Stephan Schrock, to give their all as they continue to miss the services of Bienvenido Marañon.“Home played defensively so it was not easy to penetrate,” Vidakovic said. “In leg 1, there was no space to play. Maybe we should play faster but it is not easy to do so. We have another 90 minutes there so everything is open.”“We need to win there (in Singapore) and I think it will similar to (the first leg),” he added. “I’m expecting that and I hope we recover all the players that did not play in the last game and we will be stronger.”The winner in the Philippines-Singapore Zonal Finals series will face Central Zonal champion April 25 of North Korea in a two-leg inter-zonal semifinals later this month./PN MANILA – Ceres Negros of the Philippines is in a must-win situation when it visits Home United of Singapore in the second leg of the 2017 AFC Cup Zonal Finals on Wednesday at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore.Game time is 7:30 p.m. The Negros Occidental-based team only needs a 1-0 or 2-1 victory to move on to the next round after settling to a 1-1 draw with Home United on Aug. 1 at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.Ceres defender Manuel Herrera said they must avoid the mistakes they made in the first leg.“It is the most important game of the season and we can make history again for the second straight year,” Herrera said. “We know already how they (Home United) play. They defend very well. We will try to surprise them.”
LIVE STATS | http://goargos.com/sidearmstats/wbball/summaryLIVE VIDEO | http://goargos.com/watch/?Live=68&type=LivePensacola, Fla.- Coming off a win over Spring Hill at home last Saturday, the UWF Women’s Basketball will look to make it two in a row when they host Lee inside the UWF Field House on Sunday afternoon. Tip-off between the Argonauts and Flames is set for 2pm CT.ABOUT UWF* UWF returns to Gulf South Conference play this week following a split two weeks ago agaisnt Columbus State and Spring Hill. The Argonauts were off last week for final exams.* In UWF’s last game, the squad shot 37 percent but made a season-high 26 field goals. The team committed just two turnovers – a new school record.* UWF has a plus-3.2 rebound margin this season and outrebounded six of its eight opponents.* Junior Danielle Norquest leads the team with 13.8 points and 9.9 rebounds per game, sitting just one rebounds shy of averaging a double-double. Her 45.7 pct. field goal shooting is 11th in the GSC. * Sophomore Charlotte Ellmore is second on the team in scoring and leads the squad with 25 assists, with 3.5 assists per game placing her ninth in the league.NORQUEST AMONG DOUBLE-DOUBLE LEADERS* UWF junior Danielle Norquest recorded her fifth double-double of the season against SHC with 16 points and 13 rebounds. She currently ranks second in the GSC and 10th nationally in that category. Additionally, her 4.0 offensive rebounds per game place her second in the GSC and 20th in the country.SCOUTING LEE* Lee comes into the game ranked No. 5 in the country and sporting a school-record tying 10-0 record. The Lady Flames are 3-0 away from home, collecting wins over Saint Leo and Florida Southern the opening week of the year and at AUM just before Thanksgiving.* Lee is 39th in the country in scoring, averaging 77.9 points per game. They 37 in field goal percent age at 45.1 pct. and 10th nationally in field goal defense, holding teams to 32.6 pct. and 54.4 ppg.SERIES HISTORY* Lee holds an 8-4 series edge against UWF all-time. The teams are tied 3-3 in games played in Pensacola. The Argos won the last meeting, 76-70, a year ago in Cleveland, Tenn. UWF will be trying to win consecutive games agaisnt Lee for the first time.WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE* During the month of December, the UWF Athletics Department is accepting new and gently used hats, coats, gloves and winter clothing to aid individuals and families in the Pensacola area. Donation bins will be setup in the UWF Field House and at all nine home basketball games in preparation for delivery to the Waterfront Rescue Mission on Dec. 21st with our corporate partner Coastal Moving and Storage.Fans can follow the Argonauts all season long by visiting goargos.com or by following the team on social media @UWFWBB.Print Friendly Version
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. CPH Receives Organ Donation Achievement Award, One Arrested Off The Kenai Spur Highway, Safety Corridors Effective At Reducing Crashes, Efforts To Open King Cove Road Continue Man Shot And Killed By Anchorage Police In Confrontation, Legislation To Unlock 1002 Area’s Energy Resources Advances In Senate, Wednesday 11/15New Report Says Kenai Pen Teenagers Most Likely Sex Crime Victims Tuesday 11/14House Leaders Are Refusing To Quit The Special Session Monday 11/13Seldovia Notices Changes In Wildlife PopulationsShould Fun Be Excluded At Distillery Tasting Rooms?, Three Police Calls In Three Days For One Sterling Woman Fisheries May Stay Open Longer Since Octopus Are Tougher Than Expected, Airplane Registration Explored by Administration, Alaska Marine Highway Looks To Take A Different PathThursday 11/16Kenai Peninsula Food Bank Executive Director Announces Retirement Friday 11/17Less Salmon Eaten Means More Rickets Reported For Alaskan Children
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna Chamber of Commerce announced a route change for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day Parade, due to safety concerns along the Kenai Spur Highway corridors. Registration for the parade is free; there is no formal application or sign up, just line up. The new route will be as follows: Parade participants line up on Park Ave., facing west towards the Soldotna Senior Center. The parade begins at the corner of Park Ave. and Fireweed St., moving south towards Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, and then, making a left turn (moving east) on Redoubt Ave. The parade will follow Redoubt Ave. east, past Sweeney’s Alley, and turning on Smith Way. Parade participants disperse at the “Y” or Sterling Hwy.Davis: “We just feel like this route will be a little safer for the kiddos, give more room for people to spread out, and pick up that candy safely. So, we hope that everybody who wants to participate will show up and watch or they can line up if they want to be in the parade at 4pm.” Shannon Davis, Executive Director for the Soldotna Chamber: “We are very excited about our upcoming St. Patrick’s Day Parade and we are really working to get the word out about our route change this year.” The parade is sponsored by Sweeney’s Clothing and is being organized by the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce. The parade will take place on Tuesday, March 17, at 4:30pm. Immediately following the parade, at 5:30pm, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church is hosting a traditional corned beef dinner.
As members of the 1888 Club, 419 living and the next of kin of 416 deceased Lions will receive a one-off, hand-stitched cap that bears the unique playing number awarded only to players who have played competitively in the iconic jersey.Chairman Tom Grace, Lion #524, said: “We are recognising the contribution of all those who have crossed the touchline in a Lions jersey since 1888. It is a mark of respect for those who have contributed to this most loved touring team – a team that holds a special place in the hearts of players and fans alike.”The recognition coincides with the 130-year anniversary of the first British & Irish Lions game against Otago in Dunedin on April 28, 1888.“We felt that in was in keeping with the universally recognised process of acknowledging that someone has played for an international team to formally award Lions caps for the first time,” added Grace. “I know I will cherish and keep mine for future generations of my family to enjoy and wonder at.”In addition to the ceremonial cap and presentation box, the Lions or next of kin will receive a recognition letter from Grace, a copy of the team photo from their tour(s) and the latest edition of Lions Tales, the annual publication exclusive to 1888 Club members.The recognition is the latest stage in a process that saw a Captains’ Dinner held in October 2016.Grace, who toured with the Lions in 1974, recently presented the oldest living captain Ronnie Dawson (#388) and the youngest living captain Sam Warburton (#800) with their caps.1959 Australia and New Zealand Tour captain Dawson said: “Playing for your country is the biggest thing that can happen to you as a young player, but if you’re fortunate enough to go on and play for the Lions, it’s extreme. It’s a wonderful experience in every way. So to receive a cap marking that really completes the series.“I think playing with the people who you respected so much playing against, was the biggest thing. One knew what they were like as opposition but combining the four countries obviously meant that it was a pretty strong unit. What didn’t surprise me was how easily and how well the four home union players came together and played as one team.”Warburton, who led the Lions to Australia in 2013 and New Zealand in 2017, added: “It feels like the missing piece of the jigsaw to add your Lions cap to go with your others, your international and your club caps. This makes it all come flooding back, and makes you realise how prestigious a thing it is to play for the Lions.”A robust process is in place for establishing the next of kin of deceased Lions so they can receive the ceremonial cap.
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Rugby League Trophy Haus has announced the retailing of Snax Tiger and Lae City Football Club merchandise in-store. The NWTL Group of Companies announced the support of local rugby league sensation, Snax Tigers and Oceania soccer competitors, Lae City Football Club. Last Friday, NWTL through its’ subsidiary, Trophy Haus launched the sale of Snax Tiger and Lae City Football Club merchandise nationwide as the official retailer. Snax Tigers currently are the defending champions and fourth consecutive titleholders of the Melanesian Cup 2020 and at present reign as the 2019 Digicel Cup champions. The local team from Lae is sponsored by the Lae Biscuit Company along with the Lae City Football Club who is a leader in the local soccer competition and in recent years has seen the club compete in the Oceania Football League. The announcement follows a recent visit by Group Managing Director, Jim Gui, to the Lae Biscuit factory. “We value health. We believe that through sports, we can support and contribute to developing a healthy and vibrant community in PNG. We are proud to support a household brand that recognizes and shares the same value. “Not only do we promote a healthy community and society but a homegrown brand whose products we also carry in our Kwik Mart outlets throughout the country.” Gui said when announcing the news.
He was also one of the greatest interviews in college football history. Here are 15 of his best trash-talking moments.ON FLORIDA STATE:1.”You know what FSU stands for, don’t you? Free Shoes University.”2. When Jadeveon Clowney got a speeding ticket: “I didn’t know Jadeveon’s car that could go that fast. He doesn’t have a pretty car like those FSU guys used to drive.”ON GEORGIA:3. “I don’t know. I sort of always liked playing them that second game because you could always count on them having two or three key players suspended.”4. “Why is it that during recruiting season they sign all the great players, but when it comes time to play the game, we have all the great players? I don’t understand that. What happens to them?”ON DABO SWINNEY:5. Swinney said on Spurrier: “He’s from Pluto, and I’m from Mars.”Spurrier said back: “Dabo probably thinks there’s only, what, nine planets out there? I think I read where Pluto may not be considered one now.”6. On a mis-attributed quote that Swinney believed Spurrier said: “I said, ‘Well, what do you want me to do? I didn’t say it.’ Smart people don’t believe everything they read, and they don’t believe hearsay. … I guess Dabo believed it.”ON AUBURN:7. On a fire at the Auburn library that destroyed 20 books: “The real tragedy was that 15 hadn’t been colored yet.”ON TENNESSEE:8. “Will be the 14th time I’ve coached in Neyland Stadium. … I’ve coached there more than some of their head coaches.”9. “In Knoxville they’re still doing cartwheels because they went 7-6 and won a bowl.”10. When asked about Tennessee’s failure to make the Sugar Bowl while he was at Florida: “You can’t spell Citrus without U-T.”ON PEYTON MANNING:11. “I know why Peyton came back for his senior year. He wanted to be a three-time star of the Citrus Bowl.”ON ALABAMA:12. “In 12 years at Florida, I don’t think we ever signed a kid from the state of Alabama … Of course, we found out later that the scholarships they were giving out at Alabama were worth a whole lot more than ours.”ON HIS OWN OFFENSIVE LINE IN 2006:13. “Well, we can’t trade ‘em. So I guess we have to coach ‘em.”ON FATHER TIME:14. “People ask me why are you still coaching? I forgot to get fired and I’m not going to cheat.”15. “The Pope is 77 years old and he’s in charge of a billion people. All I have to do is put 11 on the field.”Interactive graphic Steve Spurrier’s coaching career USC head football coach Steve Spurrier picked up his 200th career win after the win against the East Carolina Pirates at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia on Saturday, September 6, 2014.Steve Spurrier retired on Monday at the age of 70. The former Heisman Trophy winner was a legendary coach at Duke, Florida and South Carolina who won a National Championship in 1996 and six SEC titles.