Glenswilly manager Gary McDaid is to stay on in his position for the coming season.In the wake of the club’s recent Ulster club final defeat to Ballinderry, McDaid said he was considering his position.However he met with players and management at the weekend and indicated his willingness to allow his name to go forward once again. Although not officially ratified, it is believed McDaid will stand unopposed during the club’s AGM in January.The St Eunans teacher has led the club to two famous Donegal County Championships. McDAID TO STAY ON AS GLENSWILLY MANAGER was last modified: December 9th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Gary McDaidglenswillyManager
Keysight Technologies announced successful inter-operability testing of Keysight’s User Equipment (UE) Emulation Solution and Samsung’s new 5G base station based on 5G New Radio (NR) standards. Keysight and Samsung have agreed to align their plans to enable 5G base station testing and build an ecosystem of interoperable products.Combining Samsung’s comprehensive product portfolio with Keysight’s protocol, measurement, simulation and analysis expertise, the two companies are accelerating the development and deployment of 5G networks.At Mobile World Congress 2018, Keysight and Samsung will demonstrate the performance of the Samsung eNodeB using the 5G-NR standard. The base station throughput will be measured by the Keysight UE Emulation Solution. Keysight will also be demonstrating its 5G and IoT solutions.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software Continue Reading Previous Cypress: unified software suite to accelerate IoT product designsNext Altium to showcase Designer 18 and PDN Analyzer at embedded world
Real Madrid have released a statement debunking the speculations that Sergio Ramos breached the anti-doping control regulations after Football Leaks revelations.According to Football Leaks via Football Italia, and other European publications broke the story that Ramos failed a doping test after the 2017 Champions League Final victory over Juventus.There were also other instances where the anomalous Real Madrid approach to anti-doping rules was allowed to slide by both UEFA and the Spanish authorities.Football Leaks latest – Sergio Ramos broke anti-doping rules twice:1) testing positive (later absolved by Uefa for ‘administrative error) for dexamethasone2) obstructing an anti-doping testhttps://t.co/UTpP9720uEZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.— Ed Malyon (@eaamalyon) November 23, 2018“In relation to the information published by Der Spiegel referring to our captain Sergio Ramos, the club states the following:“1. Sergio Ramos has never breached the anti-doping control regulations.“2. UEFA requested timely information and closed the matter immediately, as is usual in these cases, after verification by the experts themselves of the World Anti-Doping Agency, AMA, and of UEFA itself.“3. Regarding the rest of the content of the aforementioned publication, the club does not pronounce itself before the evidence of its insubstantial nature.”
Dan Cohen AUTHOR When it comes to BRAC, the four Virginia congressmen from the southeastern part of the state are in complete agreement — the military does not need another round of base closures.“We are doing everything we can to make sure that BRAC doesn’t occur,” Rep. Rob Wittman (R), chairman of the House Armed Services’ Readiness Subcommittee, said at a forum last week sponsored by the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce.“And not just because we don’t want a BRAC, because it’s not the right time to even introduce the question,” he said, reported Inside Business.When bases are closed, “you will not get them back,” Wittman said. “And if you do get them back, you will not get them back in the strategic areas that they’re located today.”Rep. Bobby Scott (D) focused his opposition on the harm a base closure inflicts on the host community. “Just the idea of a BRAC inflicts terror on states and localities,” Scott said, reported the Suffolk News-Herald. “When you talk about a BRAC, you hurt localities,” he said.Rep. Scott Rigell (R) echoed another of Scott’s arguments, that the cost savings generated by base closures are minimal.The extensive closure costs associated with closing military installations “really negates any of the savings you might think we would see from that. … We just need to get our budget situation right,” Rigell said.But at the same time the Hampton Roads region promotes its military assets, its leaders need to diversify the region’s economy, Rigell said. Local efforts to consider the potential of developing offshore oil and gas reserves are a step in that direction, he said.