Ethiopia’s technology and gaming industry is growing. The annual Addis Ababa Design Week provides many businesses with an opportunity to showcase new innovations.This year, it aims to put Ethiopia on the global tech map, as CGTN’s Coletta Wanjohi discovers. Take a look!
Share 235 Views no discussions Tweet Sharing is caring! EducationLocalNewsTertiary Dr. Byron Winston for DSC Annual Lecture Series 2014 by: – October 10, 2014 The Dominica State College Lecture Series Committee is pleased to announce its 2014 Installment of its Annual Lecture Series on Friday October 17th, at 7pm at the DSC Auditorium. The Guest Lecturer is Dr Byron Winston, a son of the soil currently based in Arkansas. He will be focusing his discussion on Global Climate Change’s Impact on Small Developing States, and the Need for Exploring Renewable energy. Dr Winston, an SMA graduate, received his BSc with honors from Midwestern State University in 2003, and went on to pursue his Masters and Doctorate from the University of Arkansas in 2008.Currently, Dr. Winston is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville focusing on the impact of Climate Change on drinking water quality. To date he has raised about $250,000 to support his research, published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and presented at numerous conferences across the U.S. He has received a number of different awards dating back to his high school days such as Aurelius Jolly, Academic Excellence in Agriculture, Most Outstanding Senior Man at Midwestern State University and the Sam Walton Doctoral Dissertation fellowship to name a few. He is passionately involved in programs which seek to empower the young black male.The General Public is invited to participate in this discussion, as we seek to elevate the level of discourse in Dominica, while showcasing the accomplishments of our fellow Dominicans both here and abroad. The Lecture is open to all members of the General Public and is free. Share Share
180 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share BusinessLocalNews Ships ready to dock at Cabrits following pier restoration by: – June 14, 2018 Sharing is caring! Share (Press Release) 14th June 2018 — Local investment and hospitality company Range Developments is pleased to announce that restoration of the Pier in Cabrits National Park is completed. The project has been undertaken in partnership with M/V Pacific Hope, a ship that is dedicated to supporting the local community through provision of medical care and construction services via its dedicated volunteers. The Pier was severely damaged by Hurricane Maria and as a result, ships have been unable to dock there ever since. The work will partially restore the functionality of the Pier, enabling ships to access Cabrits National Park and Fort Shirley. Dr. Lenox Honeychurch, Curator of Fort Shirley said: “We are very fortunate that this assistance has come at this time as we are preparing to welcome international students for a summer program at Fort Shirley who will need the Pier to access their dive boat. We also need to prepare for the 2018-2019 yacht and tourist cruise season.”Following the completion of the restoration work – which has been undertaken in co-operation with the Port Authority – M/V Pacific Hope is able to dock at the Pier and provide much needed medical services for local patients. This isn’t the first time that Range Developments has collaborated with M/V Pacific Hope. The two organizations are currently working together on the reconstruction of CALLS – a local centre for youth – which was also damaged by Hurricane Maria. Further collaborations between both organizations are also planned for the future. Kamal Shehada, Development Director at Range Developments said: “The Pier in Cabrits National Park is an important community asset and restoring its functionality will enable its wider use for a wide range of beneficiaries. I would like to personally invite and encourage members of the community and associated organizations to join us in our ongoing efforts so that together we can benefit even more people.”Range Developments hopes to build upon their social responsibility efforts by supporting other worthwhile community projects and initiatives. If you have any suggestions regarding opportunities that Range Developments might be interested in supporting, please contact email@example.com
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Harris Corporation has received an $8 million order from a country in the Middle East for Falcon® high-frequency manpack radios as part of its tactical radio modernization program. The Falcon II® RF-5800H will provide this nation’s armed forces with beyond line-of-sight terrestrial voice and data communications. The RF-5800H is part of the most fully integrated HF radio family in the world, offering advanced features such as Third Generation-Automatic Link Establishment, integrated data link protocols and embedded GPS receivers. “The RF-5800H delivers highly reliable and secure communications even in the most challenging mission environments, such as mountains and urban areas,’’ said Brendan O’Connell, president, International Business, Harris RF Communications. “We have delivered more than 100,000 Falcon II HF manpack radios, which provide security forces with long-distance voice and data links that lead to enhanced situational awareness and command and control.”
Ventev Wireless Infrastructure, a unit of TESSCO Technologies (NASDAQ: TESS), and the Venti Group, LLC today announced plans to collaborate and introduce high-performance antennas and RF technologies that will meet carrier and enterprise demand for increased indoor 3G and LTE network coverage and capacity today, and in the future.With the increasing use of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, network operators in colleges, stadiums, corporate office buildings and city centers are tasked with providing next-generation cellular coverage and capacity both indoors and outdoors, as well as minimizing the contribution to noise levels introduced into the system as bandwidth needs increase. The RF technologies for distributed antenna systems (DAS) developed by Venti and incorporated into Ventev’s TerraWave® antennas will solve these challenges.Ventev®, a market leader in engineering-driven wireless products that support wireless radio deployments in enterprise environments, chose the Venti Group as a technology partner because of the company’s proficiency in low-PIM technologies, as well as its patented Horizontal Polarization RF technologies. Ventev will market, sell, and distribute these innovative products through TESSCO Technologies. The Venti Group chose to partner with Ventev and TESSCO to exclusively bring to the North American market our DAS technology because of their leading wireless position in North America. Their partnership enables Ventev to expand the use of Venti technology in additional products in the future.For more information about Ventev’s complete ecosystem of antennas, enclosures, and accessories that optimize and enhance any type of wireless network, please visit www.ventev.com/infra.About Ventev Wireless InfrastructureVentev Wireless Infrastructure, a unit of TESSCO Technologies Inc., designs and manufactures solutions that deploy, protect, power, and improve the performance of indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi, DAS (distributed antenna systems), cellular, mesh and two-way networks. Ventev Wireless Infrastructure’s (www.ventev.com/infra) three product lines are: TerraWave Solutions® (Wi-Fi enclosures, antennas and cable assemblies); Ventev® (integrated power and outdoor enclosure solutions); and Wireless Solutions® (base station infrastructure including towers, site hardware and grounding).About TESSCOTESSCO (NASDAQ: TESS) makes wireless work. The convergence of wireless and the Internet is creating opportunities for new applications that revolutionize the way we live, work and play. TESSCO Technologies enables organizations to capitalize on these opportunities while providing an extraordinary business experience. We deliver the knowledge, product and supply-chain solutions required to build, use, and resell wireless voice, data and video systems.
Sylatech underwent their annual EN 9100: 2018 (AS9100 Rev D) assessment during the first week of December by BSi, a national standard body of the UK which provides certification and standards-related services to businesses. The audit was a huge success with zero non-conformities raised by the auditor.Sylatech is a supplier of antennas, microwave sub-systems/components and waveguide assemblies. Their comprehensive in-house design and manufacturing capability equips them to design, manufacture and test arrays of assembled components. They have particular expertise in the development of slotted array antennas and the construction of radar front-ends, battlefield radars and uneven power divider systems.The company has seen a year on year improvement in the consistency of adherence to their Quality Management System and it is resulting in a significant growth towards sylatech’s success. This success evidences Sylatech’s commitment to quality and how deeply their QMS is embedded across all areas of the business.
HXI, a subsidiary of Renaissance Electronics & Communications, has released a new Waveguide Clamping System (HWC385-387) that can be used with any WR15 through WR8 standard waveguide flange for calibration. This durable steel constructed system improves waveguide connection reliability and repeatability. It has captive waveguide screws at two positions that may be left in place while using the clamp.In order to maximize the benefit of this clamping system, you can order a second clamp specifying a spacer for use with a production DUT. This works for most units with the “in line” waveguide configuration. The clamp clears any unit with one waveguide center to housing edge dimension up to 0.400”.HXI is a Designer and manufacturer of RF, Microwave, and Millimeter-Wave components and integrated assemblies for Defense, aviation, space, and wireless telecom markets.Click here to learn more about this Waveguide Clamping System.Click here to view HXI’s product portfolio on everything RF.
RelatedBREAKING: Police respond to two accidents in Port IsabelBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press firstname.lastname@example.org Police are on the scene of a one-vehicle accident in Port Isabel. The incident occurred just before 3 p.m. when a man traveling eastbound on the 1400 block of Highway 100 lost control of his Chevy Silverado pickup truck, drove over the curb…March 13, 2018In “News”Powering Laguna MadreBy ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com February 5, 2015 Port Isabel residents have raised concerns about a rash of outages between their city and surrounding cities, namely South Padre Island and Laguna Vista. Frank Espinoza, AEP community affairs manager for the Mid and Lower Valley presented a special report…February 6, 2015In “News”DOWN BUT NOT OUT: After damage from high winds, South Padre Island recovery process underwayLaura Lyles Reagan Special to the PRESS On Monday October 21, 2019 beginning at 12:58am. the National Weather Service of Brownsville, Texas issued the first tornado warning. Then it issued the first severe thunderstorm warning. Multiple residents said that severe weather hit the island at approximately 2:00am and the electricity…October 25, 2019In “News” Share By ESTEVAN MEDRANOPort Isabel-South Padre Presspress@portisabelsouthpadre.comJanuary 15, 2015A utility pole along Highway 100 caught fire Saturday morning causing the main road to be blocked off. The highway, which connects Laguna Heights and Port Isabel, was closed off for several hours, forcing a long line of vehicles to reroute and drive into Brownville to re-enter either city, including many of those who were coming back from participating in the 31st Annual Causeway Run and Fitness Walk which ended on South Padre Island. Though a brief power outage followed the electrical fire affecting a little over 1,000 area residents, the road wasn’t reopened until after 5:00 p.m. as the pole was swaying back and forth in danger of collapsing shortly after the fire ignited around 10:00 a.m.“The fire we saw was compromising the integrity of the pole,” said Officer Ray Brandriff of the Port Isabel Police Department who was on scene. “It’s starting to sway now. It doesn’t happen that often and usually they’re able to extinguish it. I can’t tell you why it’s still burning it this weather,” he said referring to the rainy atmosphere surrounding the unyielding fire.The fire was put out by emergency crews before the pole was intentionally dismantled and is expected to be replaced next week. Electrical lines had to be cut and rerouted so the disintegrating pole would not tear down neighboring power lines once collapsing.“We made a temporary measure to restore power until a permanent metal structure arrives to replace it,” said Franz Espinoza with AEP Texas. “This is a normal business practice in these kinds of situations. The public is not in any danger while we wait for the replacement to arrive.”Many of the wooden utility poles along the chief highway have been replaced by metal ones over time to prevent similar occurrences. Poor weather conditions are cited as the reason for the incident.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
Share RelatedCANCELLED: Music by the Bay called due to weatherBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS With a wet and cold weekend forecast in store for the Laguna Madre area, the annual Music by the Bay outdoor festival has been canceled in Laguna Vista. Originally scheduled for Saturday night, the forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with a 60 percent…March 8, 2015In “News”#EmbracetheGulf: Shoreline Task Force seeking grants for beach, shoreline projectsBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS The South Padre Island Shoreline Task Force held its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon, to approve a resolution and final grant applications to City Council. After a brief discussion of revisions, the members of the Shoreline Task Force approved a resolution to recognize the…September 13, 2019In “News”Laguna Vista names new city secretaryBy Martha McClain Special to the PRESS Laguna Vista officials have named Ana Hernandez to serve as permanent city secretary. Town Council members last month named her as an interim in the position, after Alma Deckard resigned. The actions are a part of a reorganizing of the town’s top level…March 21, 2020In “News” By MARINA WISE-HERRINGSpecial to the PRESSThe Port Isabel City Commission gathered at City Hall on Tuesday for a special meeting. With all four city commissioners in attendance along with the mayor and city manager, the meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. to discuss the three items on the agenda.The first topic of deliberation was centered on a resolution to submit a grant proposal to the Office of the Governor for the acquisition of body cameras via the Officer Worn Body Cam Project.The state-funded grant would supply the City with the monies to purchase body cameras of their choice for Port Isabel police officers. Waterproof cameras were briefly talked about, before Mayor Juan Jose “J.J.” Zamora called for a motion to approve the resolution.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.