Global Certification Forum Signs MoU to Grow Momentum Across the 450 MHz Ecosystem

first_imgThe Global Certification Forum (GCF), and the 450 MHz Alliance, have signed an MoU through which the GCF will now be able to certify products that operate in the 450 MHz band. The new collaboration means that global wireless carriers, equipment manufacturers and other device manufacturers in the IoT and machine-to-machine vertical markets can eventually have access to a program that provides a level of confidence in interoperability in this spectrum.The 450 MHz Alliance works with members to grow momentum across the 450 MHz ecosystem, providing a simple entry for operators and manufacturers and unleashing the potential of the spectrum for cellular IoT applications on LTE networks. The extension of the GCF certification program to 450 MHz under the new joint partnership will give stakeholders the benefit of connected reliability through the formalisation of compliance with requirements, as well as delivering significant cost efficiency. The confidence in interoperability that a GCF certification program delivers is particularly important for mission and business critical communications operating in this range.As according to Igor Virker, Managing Director at 450 MHz Alliance, the evolution of the 380 MHz to 512 MHz spectrum towards LTE is expected to increase quickly, so there has never been a better time to introduce a certification program and deliver confidence in interoperability to all our stakeholders. By partnering with GCF as the globally recognized quality mark for this within the mobile and IoT industry, the Alliance can really help facilitate the successful sustained progress of the 450 MHz ecosystem.last_img read more

Mona Shores girls, boys bowling teams defeat Muskegon

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Michnáč about a number of moves, ambitions and a chance in…

first_imgPhoto: hcmotor.czHe has a season full of moving. The striker Albert Michnáč started in Sparta, which subsequently sent him to Karlovy Vary. He played only two matches in the Energie jersey, then moved to the first-league Kadana and finally spent the end of the season in Motor, where he will also work in the coming year. Swap four teams in one year? “It’s not entirely common for me to go from Sparta in the summer, where I had a good preparation, that’s what I expected a bit. The team was full of older players, so I didn’t take it that much. But Karlovy Vary was immediately interested in me. Unfortunately, I didn’t get any space and a chance there and I had to go away. That was so weird, “he says in an interview for the Motor website.In Karlovy Vary, however, he intervened in only two matches, and then came the end. What happened? “I just don’t know. Nobody told me anything. If they told me you were playing badly, we didn’t like you, we didn’t like you, I’d take it and I’d be fine with it. Unfortunately, nothing like that happened. I was just told that I would not continue there, “he does not understand.Photo: hokejkv.cz“I don’t know if you can see how I play from two matches. In one of them I scored an extra goal that won the Golden Helmet. So I had to go to Kadana. And probably everyone knows how it goes there. Fortunately, the season went well, because I went to the Engine. But it was a special year for me, up and down, “he continues.He started 26 matches in Kadaň’s jersey, scored six goals and scored seven. “But if we won, or played at least some middle of the table, it would be something completely different. But when he’s still losing, the mood just isn’t. And it can’t be dealt with properly, “he claims. “It was just weird. Furt is losing, the team is not of good quality and even the trainings do not look as they should, “adds Michnáč.Foto: Juliana Zash, hcsparta.czThen they found a handy striker in České Budějovice, where he spent the end of the season. He played 23 matches, scored five goals and eleven assists. There were a lot of teams from the first league and I chose Motor right away. I knew that the coaches were of good quality, that there were a lot of players and good competition. I needed to get out of Kadaň fashion. I needed to train hard every day to get out of it. From stupid form, from everything. I will not lie, my engagement in Motor saved me, “he admits.Now he is fully focused on the new season. “I had my best summer, I did the most I could. I expect good performances from each other. I want to play the first, second line, I want to play power play and have a lot of points. I don’t want any maintenance in the fourth line. I do not want. I need to set big goals. I don’t want to wait anymore and say to myself that I’m looking around in the extraleague. I want to score a lot to show everyone, “he reports.Like many hockey players as well Albert Michnáčforward, 21 years oldlast_img read more

Bolt, Fraser-Pryce among four set to be immortalized

first_imgBolt, Fraser-Pryce among four set to be immortalized The Jamaican Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport has commissioned the production of statues of track and field athletes, in honor of their contribution to the development of Jamaican track and field.Statues will be completed and erected of track and field stars Usain Bolt, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Asafa Powell over the next two years.The statues are to be mounted at the National Stadium Statue Park in addition to the development of the stadium complex which includes the National Sport Museum.Sport Minister Olivia Grange said the first two statues, the ones of Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, will be completed in time for the Jamaica 55 Independence celebrations next year, and the statues of Veronica Campbell-Brown and Asafa Powell will be completed the following year.Renowned Jamaican artist and sculptor. Basil Watson, who sculpted the statue for international Jamaican track icon Herb McKenley, will sculpt the statues.This Friday, October 14 to Sunday, October 16 will feature numerous celebrations for the Rio heroes. Friday’s activities will open with a reception hosted by Prime Minister Andrew Holness on the lawns of Jamaica House followed by the Rio Sports Gala and Awards Ceremony at the National Indoor Sports Centre on Saturday. The event will be broadcast and streamed live over the Internet.The activities will culminate on Sunday, October 16 with the Jamaica National 5K Run/Walk fundraiser in aid of charities in western Jamaica and is sponsored by the JN Group and supported by the Usain Bolt Foundation.last_img read more