Telegraph – Vostoktelecom http://vostoktelecom.ru/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 21:36:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://vostoktelecom.ru/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-24.png Telegraph – Vostoktelecom http://vostoktelecom.ru/ 32 32 Global Quantum Computing Market Size and Forecast | Toshiba Corporation, Nippon Telegraph And Telephone Corporation (NTT), Quantum Circuits – Indian Defense News https://vostoktelecom.ru/global-quantum-computing-market-size-and-forecast-toshiba-corporation-nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-corporation-ntt-quantum-circuits-indian-defense-news/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 21:36:22 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/global-quantum-computing-market-size-and-forecast-toshiba-corporation-nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-corporation-ntt-quantum-circuits-indian-defense-news/ The detailed analysis of the global quantum computing market provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers an in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global Quantum Computing Market. Further, explains the superior data on working […]]]>

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Iowa’s doors open to Republicans considering running for White House https://vostoktelecom.ru/iowas-doors-open-to-republicans-considering-running-for-white-house/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 09:08:24 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/iowas-doors-open-to-republicans-considering-running-for-white-house/ Members of the public listen to Sen. Tim Scott, RS.C., speak at an Iowa GOP reception, Thursday, June 9, 2022, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. At least a half-dozen GOP presidential candidates are planning visits to Iowa this summer, forays touted as promoting candidates and the state’s Republican organization ahead of the US midterm elections. fall. […]]]>

Members of the public listen to Sen. Tim Scott, RS.C., speak at an Iowa GOP reception, Thursday, June 9, 2022, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  At least a half-dozen GOP presidential candidates are planning visits to Iowa this summer, forays touted as promoting candidates and the state's Republican organization ahead of the US midterm elections. fall.  But really, the trips are about building relationships and learning the political geography of the state set to kick off the party's 2024 nomination campaign. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Members of the public listen to Sen. Tim Scott, RS.C., speak at an Iowa GOP reception, Thursday, June 9, 2022, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. At least a half-dozen GOP presidential candidates are planning visits to Iowa this summer, forays touted as promoting candidates and the state’s Republican organization ahead of the US midterm elections. fall. But really, the trips are about building relationships and learning the political geography of the state set to kick off the party’s 2024 nomination campaign. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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Polls were closed in Iowa for less than 48 hours when South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott shook hands and posed for photos with Republicans in eastern Iowa at a country club of Cedar Rapids last week.

Scott, one of many Republicans testing their presidential ambitions, hardly has the state all to himself.

At least a half-dozen GOP presidential candidates are planning visits to Iowa this summer, forays touted as promoting candidates and the state’s Republican organization ahead of the US midterm elections. fall. But really, the trips are about building relationships and learning the political geography of the state set to kick off the campaign for the party’s nomination in 2024.

While potential presidential hopefuls have been dozing in Iowa for more than a year, the next round of visits marks a new phase in the ritual. With Iowa’s June 7 primary over, Republicans eyeing the White House can step up their travels and not worry about meddling in the state’s intraparty rivalries.

“Now that it’s done, it’s all in,” GOP Chairman Jeff Kauffman said. “It’s unfettered.”

Beyond Scott, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley is scheduled to travel later this month and plans to campaign with as many Republican candidates for Congress from Iowa as possible in just over two days.

Haley, who is also the former governor of South Carolina, another early voting state on the presidential calendar, plans to begin her trip to eastern Iowa on June 29 with Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks. She will also headline a state GOP fundraiser in Dubuque.

Working from the Mississippi Valley westward, she plans to present a fundraiser for Governor Kim Reynolds. Haley will also campaign with Zach Nunn, chosen to face two-term Democratic Rep. Cindy Axne, who is among the most vulnerable members of the House this year. Haley’s always-fluid schedule also includes attending Rep. Randy Feenstra’s annual fundraiser in GOP-heavy western Iowa.

Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton, who has visited multiple times in 2021, is scheduled to speak the first week of July at the county GOP dinner in Story County, central Iowa.

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who has visited Iowa more often than any GOP prospect, is working out the details of a late summer comeback, aides said. , likely scheduled for the Iowa State Fair in August, a lottery for potential contestants.

Pompeo endorsed Nunn before the primary, a nod to their shared military experience, Pompeo aides said.

The plans also come in light of the Republican National Committee’s unanimous decision in April to open the 2024 presidential selection streak in Iowa, an issue still hanging over Iowa Democrats.

In 2020, a smartphone app designed to calculate and report Democratic caucus results failed, causing a phone backlog that prevented the party from reporting final results for nearly a week after the Feb. 3 contest. The Associated Press announced that it was unable to declare a winner after irregularities and inconsistencies marred the results.

Stripped of their automatic special status in April, Iowa Democrats are trying to salvage their top spot with a plan to allow early turnout by mail and streamline the sometimes lengthy process.

With Joe Biden in the White House, Democrats with White House ambitions have largely kept their distance from Iowa.

Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent who won the 2016 caucuses and was the last candidate to drop out of the 2020 Democratic contest, was in southeast Iowa on Friday to rally support for the United Auto Workers on strike at a CNH agricultural machinery factory. Sanders’ plans, which also included a stop in southeastern Wisconsin, sparked questions about whether the 80-year-old had a third White House bid in mind. He has said he would not challenge Biden if the president seeks re-election, and Sanders advisers have said there have been no stated changes to his plans.

On the GOP side, Scott’s return wasn’t just timely. This reflected the dual purpose of these early appearances, part introduction and part demonstration of support for the local party.

The 56-year-old sketched his childhood as one influenced by grandparents who helped raise him. Of his grandfather, Scott said, “For a guy who picked cotton in the 1920s, he lived long enough to see me pick a seat in the United States Congress.

Dotted with light contrasts between his Southern home and his Midwestern hosts, Scott wasted no time in noting that he had funneled money from his campaign fundraising account to Republican candidates in Iowa. , including East Iowa GOP House freshman Miller-Meeks and Ashley Hinson.

“We’re all going to have to stick together,” he told a table of about 10 people eating barbecue sandwiches, as he worked in the dining room ahead of the event.

Even before Scott arrived, former Vice President Mike Pence was on the phone that day with Speaker Kauffman and Iowa Republican National Committee member Steve Scheffler to talk about the primaries and the summer to come, they said.

Pence was planning a summer trip to Iowa, although the date has yet to be confirmed, a senior aide to the former vice president said.

Notably absent from the Iowa travel schedule is Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, among the rising National Republican figures most often mentioned in conversations with Iowa party activists this year. DeSantis’ priority is to run for re-election this year, aides said.

“I love DeSantis,” said Linn County Republican Central Committee member Emma Aquino-Nemecek, who attended the Tim Scott event. “Can you imagine if he comes?” He was packing the place.”

DeSantis found himself within earshot of Iowa in September when he helped headline a fundraiser for Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, but he didn’t cross the Missouri River. to hit Iowa soil.

Even more absent from the summer schedule.

Kauffman said he hasn’t heard from Trump’s team. Similarly, Iowa agents for Trump did not return messages.

Still, Trump sent signals to Republicans in Iowa by paying for print ads in the program that aired Saturday at the Republican Party’s state convention in Iowa, as did Scott, Pompeo and Florida Sen. Rick Scott.

Scheffler said non-Trump Republicans might feel emboldened in light of Georgia Republicans’ resounding rejection in last month’s primary election of the former president’s endorsed candidate for governor.

Governor Brian Kemp comfortably won the GOP primary against David Perdue, which the former president endorsed after Trump narrowly lost Georgia in the 2020 presidential election, claiming without proof that the results were invalid due to of endemic electoral fraud.

The speed bump in Trump’s influence in the primary election could signal to other 2024 candidates that the former president is not invincible, Scheffler said.

“If Trump keeps making these endorsements and they go south, like he did in Georgia, who knows?” Scheffler said.

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‘Fist fight’ led to teen’s fatal assault, court hears https://vostoktelecom.ru/fist-fight-led-to-teens-fatal-assault-court-hears/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 15:29:44 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/fist-fight-led-to-teens-fatal-assault-court-hears/ A dispute between two groups of teenagers meant to be settled with fists ended in the death of a 16-year-old boy after he was attacked with weapons, a court has heard. Ramarni Crosby was stabbed to death after being confronted by eight youths armed with a machete, meat cleaver and knives in Gloucester. CCTV footage […]]]>

A dispute between two groups of teenagers meant to be settled with fists ended in the death of a 16-year-old boy after he was attacked with weapons, a court has heard.

Ramarni Crosby was stabbed to death after being confronted by eight youths armed with a machete, meat cleaver and knives in Gloucester.

CCTV footage taken at properties in the Barton area of ​​the city shows Ramarni and his four friends on the run, but a teenager slows down and collapses in Stratton Road where he died a short time later.

Ramarni Crosby, 16, was allegedly murdered by a group of eight youths during a clash (Gloucestershire Police/PA)

Dean Smith, 19, two 17-year-olds, three 16-year-olds and two 15-year-olds are charged with the murder of the teenager on December 15 last year.

Bristol Crown Court heard the build-up and aftermath of the alleged attack was captured by CCTV cameras from nearby homes, but not the stabbings themselves.

Adam Vaitilingam QC, prosecuting, told the jury: ‘The background to the stabbing was a rivalry between two groups of young men in Gloucester.

“In particular, about a week earlier, there had been a fight between a 16-year-old defendant and one of Ramarni Crosby’s friends.

“On the day of the murder itself, these two messaged each other again and arranged to meet up for a fight.

“Ramarni’s friend says the fight would be between five from his group, which included Ramarni, and five from the 16-year-old defendant’s group.”

Mr Vaitilingam told the jury that a second friend of Ramarni also arranged to meet up for a fight.

“He also says he arranged to get together for a fight to settle an ongoing dispute,” he said.

“When the other group approached, they could see there were eight of them.

“Ramarni’s friend could see they were carrying a bunch of knives and weapons. He and the group of friends ran away, but Ramarni stayed and punched the other group. He did not see Ramarni being stabbed.

“He saw a lot of weapons and they were all on Ramarni.”

The court heard witnesses seeing the defendants wearing purple bandanas drawn over their faces.

Referring to the CCTV, Mr Vaitilingam said: “What we see is Ramarni’s group running away and being chased by the defendants.

“Ramarni Crosby is the last to flee and he collapses in the street, and despite the best efforts of the emergency services, his injuries were fatal.”

Mr Vaitilingam said none of the eight defendants were arrested at the scene, which allowed them to get rid of mobile phones and weapons, including two knives, a machete and a meat cleaver.

“A machete was found in a canal by police divers, which is clearly linked to these defendants,” the prosecutor said.

The teenager suffered six injuries to the body, including a fatal stab wound to the chest, as well as stab wounds to the upper back, upper left arm, forearm and top of the head.

The jury was told that phone and social media conversations between some of the defendants had been recovered which included references to buying a ‘chef’ – a knife – in the days leading up to the incident.

One of the defendants also bragged about assaulting Ramarni’s friend, saying they had ‘smoked him out with wood’, Mr Vaitilingam said.

And another defendant referenced stabbing someone, saying, “I thought about annoying that man all night.”

They also told another co-accused: “If we see them, it’s a massacre.

Mr Vaitilingam told the court that one of the defendants and Ramarni Crosby’s friend continued to exchange messages until shortly before the fatal confrontation.

The friend said to the accused, “Why do you think I care?”

And he replied: “You should watch your mother, if you touch a meter.”

Smith, of Lannett Road, Gloucester and his seven co-defendants, who cannot be named for legal reasons, deny the murder.

A ninth defendant, Keishaleigh Margrett-Whitter, of Lyncroft Road, Tyseley, Birmingham, denies two charges of assisting an offender.

It is alleged that she provided one of the defendants with a change of clothes and swapped a cellphone SIM card.

She is also said to have swapped a second SIM card with another defendant.

The trial continues.

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Russians control 80% of key Ukrainian city and cut off escape routes https://vostoktelecom.ru/russians-control-80-of-key-ukrainian-city-and-cut-off-escape-routes/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 16:45:30 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/russians-control-80-of-key-ukrainian-city-and-cut-off-escape-routes/ Shrapnel marks on a house damaged by Russian night shelling in the town of Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, June 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky) Efrem Lukatsky PA LVIV, Ukraine Russian troops control about 80% of the disputed eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk and have destroyed all three bridges leading from it, but Ukrainian authorities […]]]>

Shrapnel marks on a house damaged by Russian night shelling in the town of Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, June 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

Shrapnel marks on a house damaged by Russian night shelling in the town of Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, June 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Russian troops control about 80% of the disputed eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk and have destroyed all three bridges leading from it, but Ukrainian authorities are still trying to evacuate the wounded, it said on Tuesday. a regional manager.

Serhiy Haidai, governor of the eastern Luhansk region, acknowledged that a mass evacuation of civilians from Sievierodonetsk is now “simply not possible” due to the incessant shelling and fighting. Ukrainian forces were pushed back to the industrial outskirts of the city because of “the scorched earth method and heavy artillery the Russians are using”, he said.

“There is still a possibility of evacuation of the wounded, communication with the Ukrainian army and local residents,” he told The Associated Press by telephone, adding that Russian forces have not yet completely blocked the strategic city.

About 12,000 people remain in Sievierodonetsk, out of a pre-war population of 100,000. More than 500 civilians have taken refuge in the city’s Azot chemical plant, which is being relentlessly shelled by the Russians, according to Haidai.

A total of 70 civilians were evacuated from the Luhansk region over the past day, the governor said.

A Russian general, meanwhile, said a humanitarian corridor will be opened on Wednesday to evacuate civilians from the Azot plant. Col-Gen. Mikhail Mizintsev said the evacuees would be taken to the town of Svatovo, 60 kilometers (35 miles) north in territory under the control of Russian and separatist forces.

He said the plan was drawn up after Ukraine requested an evacuation corridor leading to territory it controls.

Mizintsev, head of the National Defense Management Center, is accused by Ukraine of human rights abuses while commanding troops during the long siege of Mariupol, Ukraine’s key sea port of Azov which was taken over by the Russians.

In recent weeks, Russian forces have been pushing to seize the Donbass industrial zone in eastern Ukraine, which borders Russia and is made up of Lugansk and Donetsk regions.

“The situation is difficult,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a press conference with Danish media on Tuesday. “Our task is to fight back.”

As the conflict enters its fourth month, the Battle of Donbass could dictate the course of the war.

If Russia wins, Ukraine will not only lose land, but perhaps most of its most capable military forces, paving the way for Moscow to seize more territory and dictate its terms in Kyiv. .

A Russian failure, however, could lay the groundwork for a Ukrainian counteroffensive – and possible political upheaval for the Kremlin.

Jan Egeland, secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council, one of the aid organizations providing food to civilians in the Donbass, said fighting in recent weeks has made regular food distributions impossible. Now, he said, the remaining civilians in Sievierodonetsk “are almost completely cut off from the aid supply after the last bridge was destroyed.”

Reports of night shelling also came from other Ukrainian regions, with five people injured in the northeastern region of Kharkiv. According to an intelligence update released by the British Ministry of Defense on Tuesday, Russian forces appear to have made small advances in the Kharkiv sector for the first time in several weeks.

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MORE RUSSIAN-UKRAINE WAR STORIES:

— Ukrainians use humor to deal with the trauma of war

– The bucolic forest of Ukraine is the site of exhumation of mass graves

— Russia cuts gas flows to Europe via pipeline

— Pope denounces Russian “cruelty” and praises Ukrainian “heroism”

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OTHER DEVELOPMENTS:

The Kremlin has said Russia would be ready to consider an appeal from the UK over the fate of two Britons sentenced to death for fighting for Ukraine.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said neither Moscow nor the pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine who handed down the sentence had heard from London on the matter.

“You have to go…to the authorities of the country whose court issued the verdict, and it’s not the Russian Federation,” Peskov said. “But, of course, everything will depend on the calls from London. And I’m sure the Russian side will be ready to listen.

Britons Aiden Aslin and Sean Pinner, along with Moroccan national Brahim Saadoun, were sentenced to death last week for allegedly fighting as mercenaries for Ukraine in the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic held by separatists backed by the Russia.

London called the procedure a “sham”. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Tuesday the best way to secure Aslin and Pinner’s release was ‘by the Ukrainians’, but added she would do ‘whatever it takes’ .

Separatist authorities said all three had one month to appeal their sentences. Kyiv has pledged to try to secure their release through a prisoner exchange with Russia.

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Deliveries of Russian natural gas through a key pipeline to Europe will fall by around 40% this year, state-controlled energy giant Gazprom said on Tuesday, after Canadian sanctions against the war in Ukraine were lifted. prevented the German partner Siemens Energy from delivering overhauled equipment.

Germany’s utility network agency said it did not consider gas supply to be at risk and that the reduction in flows via the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea was in line with commercial behavior and the announced cut. previously by Russia gas to Denmark and the Netherlands, reported the German news agency dpa. . The Federal Network Agency said it was monitoring the situation.

Spot gas prices have risen in Europe, a sign of concerns about the possible additional effects of the war on the supply of Russian gas, which fuels industry and generates electricity on the continent.

The European Union has presented plans to reduce dependence on Russian gas by two thirds by the end of the year. Economists say a complete shutdown would deal a severe blow to the economy, consumers and gas-intensive industries.

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The Russian Foreign Ministry said it had banned dozens of British media and defense figures from entering the country.

A statement on the ministry’s website on Tuesday said the banning of 29 journalists and commentators was a response to what it claimed was the British media’s “deliberate dissemination of false and one-sided information” about Russia and his war in Ukraine.

The list included editors and correspondents from the BBC and the Times and Guardian newspapers.

Twenty people were also banned, including the head of Britain’s navy, a junior defense minister and senior executives from defense and aerospace firms Thales UK and BAE Systems.

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The prime ministers of NATO members Albania and Montenegro are traveling to Kyiv after an invitation from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Albanian Edi Rama announced the trip on social media, with a photo of him boarding a plane on Tuesday accompanied by Montenegro’s Dritan Abazovic.

The two Balkan countries denounced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and joined in the sanctions against Moscow.

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Ukrainian authorities said on Tuesday they received the remains of 64 defenders from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol during the latest body swap with Russia.

The statement from the Ministry of Reintegration of the Occupied Territories said the exchange took place in the Zaporizhzhia region, but did not specify how many bodies were returned to Russia.

It was one of many exchanges the warring parties conducted. Earlier this month, Moscow and Kyiv swapped 160 bodies each. There was no immediate confirmation from Moscow on the swap reported by Ukraine on Tuesday.

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Ukraine says its air defense system shot down two Russian cruise missiles targeting the southern Odessa region.

Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odessa regional military administration, thanked the country’s air defense forces for destroying the “two enemy” cruise missiles.

There was no independent confirmation and it was unclear whether any missiles hit their targets. Odessa is a key western port for Ukraine on the Black Sea.

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The verdant beauty of a pine forest with songbirds contrasted with the violent deaths of newly discovered war victims, as workers exhumed bodies from another mass grave near the town of Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv .

The hands of several victims were tied behind their backs. The horrific job of digging up the remains coincided with the Ukrainian police chief’s report that authorities have opened criminal investigations into the killing of more than 12,000 people since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24.

Since the withdrawal of Russian troops from the area in late March, authorities say they have discovered the bodies of 1,316 people, many of them in mass graves in the forest and elsewhere.

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Follow AP coverage of the war at https://apnews.com/hub/russia-ukraine

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At 85, a Georgia man maintains his devotion to high school sports https://vostoktelecom.ru/at-85-a-georgia-man-maintains-his-devotion-to-high-school-sports/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 09:57:22 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/at-85-a-georgia-man-maintains-his-devotion-to-high-school-sports/ GAINESVILLE, Ga. George Groover holds a special place in the hearts of people who love Gainesville High athletics. At 85, the longtime supporter of all things Red Elephants has served in every role imaginable to support their sports teams. And still healthy as he approaches his next birthday in July, Groover would like to be […]]]>

George Groover holds a special place in the hearts of people who love Gainesville High athletics.

At 85, the longtime supporter of all things Red Elephants has served in every role imaginable to support their sports teams.

And still healthy as he approaches his next birthday in July, Groover would like to be around for years to come.

Simply put: it’s an institution around Gainesville High.

“Nobody has popped more popcorn and cooked more hot dogs than George Groover,” said former Gainesville High athletic director and baseball coach Wayne Vickery.

And Groover’s mind is still sharp.

The Red Elephants athletics enthusiast still remembers the bulk of their most memorable events, dating back to when he was the student coach of his former coach Drane Watson in the late 1940s.

Gainesville’s biggest supporter can still describe the modest initial layout of City Park Stadium, which has stood in the same location for almost 100 years.

An electrician by trade, Groover has always made Red Elephants athletics a central part of his life.

As a result, the Gainesville native has forged close relationships with former athletes, coaches and families who have been part of the school’s rich athletic history.

“George is very loyal and wants to be a part of everything in Gainesville,” said Cris Carpenter, who excelled in three sports for the Red Elephants in the early 1980s and has taught at the school for 23 years.

As Groover recalls the story, he got his start supporting Gainesville in a managerial role under Watson, a punishment for cutting during practice.

After proudly serving our country for three years in the Navy in the 1950s, Groover returned to Gainesville to begin his professional career but never missed a Gainesville football game.

When he was in the armed forces, Groover remembers his mother sending him newspaper clippings to find out how the red elephants were doing.

Even the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t dampened Groover’s interest in going to every game.

When it was not possible to take the team bus due to coronavirus precautions, Groover always took a ride with one of his friends for all away games.

Since first seeing the Red Elephants play as a child, Groover said he has seen around 800 of their football games. It means he has seen all the great athletes and all the memorable matches that have taken place.

And even though his memory for details may wane, from time to time, he can still remember things with quite remarkable accuracy.

And he saw even more baseball games.

To this day, the American veteran has his chair behind home plate for games — rain or shine, hot or cold — in the spring at Ivey-Watson Field.

“There’s no one in this part of the country more aligned with a high school than George Groover with Gainesville,” said Don Brewer, who coached the Red Elephants baseball program for seven years in the 1980s.

His high school involvement with the baseball Red Elephants is just the beginning, Brewer said.

Every summer for more than 20 years, Brewer also coached the local American Legion baseball team.

And for all “50-60 games a year,” Groover was there for all of them, Brewer said.

Once Vickery took over the Red Elephants program in 1989, Groover was a permanent fixture in the baseball program, attending all 599 games of the legendary coach’s career.

And with such a deep tradition, the stories of Groover’s involvement in Gainesville athletics are equally legendary.

The best is the 1984 state championship men’s basketball game the Red Elephants played at Georgia Tech.

The Gainesville super fan has set the record straight on what really happened that day in Atlanta.

For years, the story was that Groover drove to Atlanta, parked on the side of Interstate 85, and ran on the North Avenue off-ramp to get on the team bus.

It’s not, Groover said.

He said he narrowly missed the team bus departing from the Gainesville campus, so Groover followed him to Atlanta.

Once they arrived in downtown Atlanta, Groover parked his car in the available spot next to I-85, then walked to board the bus before it hit the ramp.

Either way, it was a special day for the Red Elephants, who won the state title.

Carpenter recalled that a photo of him hugging Groover appeared on the cover of the next edition of The Times.

The two still share a bond, which remained strong throughout Carpenter’s playing career at the University of Georgia and many major league seasons.

“George is one of my best friends,” said Carpenter, who also had three children who played sports for the Red Elephants.

He has seen six state baseball championships (the first as a student coach in 1949), numerous Gainesville basketball championships, and winning the 2012 state football title for the Red Elephants.

Not only is Groover a fan, but for years he put his skills to good use.

For many years he set up the phone lines for coaches to communicate with the press box during football matches, before technology made it obsolete.

He carried clipboards, picked up jerseys and ran countless concession stands.

For many years, it was tradition for Groover to ride in the front seat of the first bus to go to football games, former coaches Bruce Miller and Heath Webb said.

Even now, with active construction around its campus, Groover was a fixture during spring football practice last month.

He has sat through storms to watch red elephants play in bad weather many times over the years.

Groover even suffered serious injuries, such as the time he was working as a scorekeeper in the Vickery dugout and got hit in a line drive.

He was sent to hospital, requiring 73 stitches for being hit in his right eye. As soon as he was cleared by doctors, Groover was back on the ballpark within days.

Groover is an example of being an ambassador for what he finds valuable in life.

“It’s important to like something in life,” Carpenter said. “And he loves Gainesville High.”

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Macmillan’s new cancer support center at KGH welcomes its first patient https://vostoktelecom.ru/macmillans-new-cancer-support-center-at-kgh-welcomes-its-first-patient/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 13:39:00 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/macmillans-new-cancer-support-center-at-kgh-welcomes-its-first-patient/ A state-of-the-art Macmillan Cancer Support Center at Kettering General Hospital has welcomed its first patient. Shaped by local people living with cancer, the brand new center brings together a range of vital cancer information and support services under one roof. It fills a much needed gap in support for the 24,000 people living with and […]]]>

A state-of-the-art Macmillan Cancer Support Center at Kettering General Hospital has welcomed its first patient.

Shaped by local people living with cancer, the brand new center brings together a range of vital cancer information and support services under one roof.

It fills a much needed gap in support for the 24,000 people living with and beyond cancer in the county.

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The first patient to visit the new Macmillan Cancer Support Centre, Leanne Hills, meets Danielle Mellows, cancer information specialist at Macmillan.

Leanne Hills, from Stanwick, was the first patient through the doors. The 43-year-old met Macmillan Cancer Information Specialist Danielle Mellows in person for the first time after weeks of phone conversations as Danielle helped her come to terms with her breast cancer diagnosis.

She said: ‘When I was first told I had cancer I was alone and had nowhere to go so I went and sat in my car and drove straight to work and I burst into tears.

“If I could have gone to a Macmillan center after hearing this news and had somewhere I could go and get mad and then leave through the back door, that would have helped. I’m so glad this room is there for others.

The center will provide cancer information, practical and emotional support and benefits advice, as well as hosting the wig fitting service and other support services.

The new Macmillan Cancer Support Center

Leanne described the center as “light and welcoming” and praised the private room designed for individual emotional support.

She said: “So much thought has gone into this little building. This will help so many people. »

The center was designed by GSS Architecture and funded by Macmillan and the Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Rachel Atkinson, Macmillan Partnership Manager for Northamptonshire, said: “Cancer can affect every part of your life, not just your health, so it is vital that we support patients equally with their clinical and non-clinical needs.

“This fabulous facility provides a comfortable space where our highly trained staff can meet the different needs of those diagnosed with cancer, allowing us to do whatever it takes to support people living with cancer.

Ruth Giles, Cancer Nursing Manager at Macmillan, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be able to welcome people to this fantastic new centre. Our patients will truly benefit from the type of comprehensive care and support provided by Macmillan, which will complement the clinical care provided by our hospital teams.

Andrew Vallis, Associate and Project Architect at GSSArchitecture, added: “We are delighted to see the center open and welcoming visitors through its doors. GSS is extremely proud to have participated in such an important program that will truly make a difference for people living with and affected by cancer.

“It was a pleasure to work with Macmillan Cancer Support, Kettering General Hospital and Marshdale Construction to develop this calming and welcoming center which will be of great benefit to the area.”

The centre, located near the main entrance to the hospital’s outpatient departments, is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointment is necessary. You can also contact the center on 01536 493888 or email [email protected]

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Nippon Telegraph and Telephone: NTT DOCOMO and NTT to Collaborate on 6G Experimental Trials with Leading Global Mobile Technology Providers https://vostoktelecom.ru/nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-ntt-docomo-and-ntt-to-collaborate-on-6g-experimental-trials-with-leading-global-mobile-technology-providers/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 06:12:06 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-ntt-docomo-and-ntt-to-collaborate-on-6g-experimental-trials-with-leading-global-mobile-technology-providers/ TOKYO, JAPAN, June 6, 2022 — NTT DOCOMO, INC. (DOCOMO) and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) today announced that they will collaborate with leading global mobile technology providers Fujitsu, NEC and Nokia to conduct experimental trials of new mobile communication technologies for targeted commercial launch. 6G services by around 2030. The launch of the […]]]>

TOKYO, JAPAN, June 6, 2022 — NTT DOCOMO, INC. (DOCOMO) and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) today announced that they will collaborate with leading global mobile technology providers Fujitsu, NEC and Nokia to conduct experimental trials of new mobile communication technologies for targeted commercial launch. 6G services by around 2030.

The launch of the envisioned 6G services will require the verification of many new mobile technologies, including those required to use new frequencies in the millimeter and sub-terahertz bands (above 6 GHz), in addition to the bands for existing 5G services. . Trials should also verify AI-based wireless transmission methods. DOCOMO and NTT will jointly conduct experimental trials with the three vendors, focusing on mobile technologies using new 6G frequency bands and AI-based wireless technology among these different mobile technologies.

The new 6G system will greatly exceed the performance of 5G and simultaneously provide high-speed, high-capacity and low-latency capabilities, use new high-frequency bands such as sub-terahertz bands above 100 GHz, expand the coverage of communication in the sky, at sea and in space, and enable both ultra-low power consumption and low-cost communications.

Achieving 6G is one of the most important goals envisioned in NTT Group’s Innovative Optical and Wireless Network (IOWN).*1 project to launch a completely new communication infrastructure. With the aim of realizing “5G Evolution & 6G powered by IOWN”, DOCOMO and NTT are actively conducting 6G research and development combining NTT’s optical and wireless technologies with DOCOMO’s mobile technologies.

Naoki Tani, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at DOCOMO, said, “Studies on 6G are progressing two or three years ahead of 5G. From this early stage, we would like to collaborate with leading global suppliers to proactively demonstrate breakthrough concepts and technologies and promote them to the world.

DOCOMO and NTT will begin conducting indoor trials in fiscal year ending March 2023, and outdoor trials will begin in the following fiscal year. The trials are expected to verify the concepts proposed so far by DOCOMO and NTT and will be reported in global research groups, international conferences and standardization activities related to 6G, and serve as the basis for more advanced technologies.

Through their 6G trials with the three aforementioned vendors as well as other partners, DOCOMO and NTT look forward to accelerating the global standardization and commercialization of 6G.

Partner Quotes

Shingo Mizuno, EVP of Fujitsu Limited commented, “We are delighted to start a collaboration with DOCOMO and NTT to work on realizing practical applications for 6G. Fujitsu positions network technology as an essential element in its efforts to drive business transformation through digital innovation and ultimately achieve a more sustainable society. We are convinced that our involvement in the research and development of 6G technologies will contribute to solving societal problems in accordance with this vision of a sustainable future.”

Atsuo Kawamura, Executive Vice President of NEC Corporation, said, “We are delighted to expand our collaboration with DOCOMO and NTT in the development of 6G, which represents an important foundation that will accelerate the fusion of the digital and real world, connect things and experiences. globally and bring new value to society. Moreover, it will contribute to the realization of NTT Group’s IOWN initiative as we actively promote research and development towards the realization of 6G and a more prosperous society.

Peter Vetter, President of Bell Labs Core Research, Nokia, said, “Nokia is honored to be working with DOCOMO and NTT to jointly define and develop key technologies towards 6G. Nokia and DOCOMO have a long-standing relationship in early joint research, and DOCOMO is always among the first operators to bring new generations to market. We look forward to working together to validate the native AI air interface and sub-terahertz proofs of concept that will help bring 6G to life.

*1:The Innovative Optical and Wireless Network (IOWN) is an advanced communication infrastructure integrating photonics, computing and other advanced technologies to create a smarter world promoted by the IOWN Global Forum (https://iowngf.org/).

About NTT DOCOMO

NTT DOCOMO, the leading mobile operator in Japan with over 83 million subscriptions, is one of the world’s leading contributors to 3G, 4G and 5G mobile network technologies. Beyond basic communication services, DOCOMO challenges new frontiers in collaboration with a growing number of entities (“+d” partners), creating exciting and practical value-added services that change the way people live and working. As part of a mid-term plan to 2020 and beyond, DOCOMO is pioneering a state-of-the-art 5G network to facilitate innovative services that will amaze and inspire customers beyond their expectations.
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About NTT

NTT believes in solving social problems through our business operations by applying technology for good. We help our clients accelerate growth and innovate for current and new business models. Our services include digital business consulting, technology and managed services for cybersecurity, applications, workplace, cloud, data center and networks, all backed by our deep industry expertise and innovation. As one of the top five global technology and business solutions providers, our diverse teams operate in more than 80 countries and regions and provide services to more than 190 of them. We serve more than 80% of Fortune Global 100 companies and thousands of other customers and communities around the world. For more information about NTT, visit www.global.ntt/.

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Senator: Chief didn’t have a radio during Uvalde school shooting https://vostoktelecom.ru/senator-chief-didnt-have-a-radio-during-uvalde-school-shooting/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 07:11:02 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/senator-chief-didnt-have-a-radio-during-uvalde-school-shooting/ Texas State Senator Roland Gutierrez speaks during a news conference in a town square in Uvalde, Texas on Thursday, June 2, 2022. the school building. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Jae C. Hong PA UVALDE, TX The state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander criticized for […]]]>

Texas State Senator Roland Gutierrez speaks during a news conference in a town square in Uvalde, Texas on Thursday, June 2, 2022. the school building.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Texas State Senator Roland Gutierrez speaks during a news conference in a town square in Uvalde, Texas on Thursday, June 2, 2022. the school building. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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The state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander criticized for the slow police response was not carrying a radio at the time of the massacre, a senator from the state of Texas.

Sen. Roland Gutierrez told The Associated Press in a brief phone interview that a Texas Department of Public Safety official told him that School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo was without a radio during the May 24 attack by a lone gunman at Robb Elementary School that left 19 students. and two dead teachers. Seventeen other people were injured.

Authorities did not say how Arredondo communicated with other law enforcement officials at the scene, including the more than a dozen officers who were waiting outside the room at one point. class where the shooter was locked up. Arredondo heads the small district department and was responsible for the multi-agency response to the shooting.

He has not responded to multiple interview requests from the AP since the attack, including a phone message left with district police on Friday.

The apparently missing radio is the latest detail to underscore concerns about how police handled the shooting and why they didn’t confront the shooter more quickly, even as angsty parents outside the school urged the police to enter. The Justice Department said it would review law enforcement’s response.

The focus shifted to the chief in recent days after Steven McCraw, the head of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said Arredondo believed the active shooting had escalated into a hostage situation and that he had made the “wrong decision” of not ordering the officers to break through the classroom more quickly to confront the shooter.

Gutierrez, who represents Uvalde, complained Thursday that Arredondo had not been notified of panicked 911 calls from students trapped in a classroom where the gunman had locked himself. The Democrat called it a “failure of the system.”

Police radios are a crucial source of real-time communication during an emergency and, experts say, often explain how information from 911 calls is transmitted to officers in the field. It is unclear who at the scene was aware of the calls. Uvalde police did not respond to questions about the calls on Thursday.

The news emerged amid tensions between state and local officials over how police handled the shooting and communicated what happened to the public.

Uvalde shooter Salvador Ramos, 18, spent about 80 minutes inside the school, and more than an hour passed from when first officers followed him into the building and when he was killed by law enforcement, according to an official. chronology.

Ramos slipped through an unlocked door into adjacent fourth-grade classrooms at 11:33 a.m., authorities said. He quickly fired over 100 rounds.

Officers entered minutes later, exchanging fire with Ramos, and by 12:03 p.m. there were as many as 19 officers in the hallway outside the classroom, McCraw said. Authorities did not specify Arredondo’s whereabouts during this time.

Officers from other agencies urged the school’s police chief to let them move in because the children were in danger, according to two law enforcement officials who spoke on condition of anonymity as they are not had not been authorized to discuss the investigation publicly.

A US Border Patrol tactical team used a school employee’s key to unlock the classroom door and kill the shooter around 12:50 p.m., McCraw said.

Law enforcement and state officials struggled to present precise timing and details of the shooting and police response, sometimes providing conflicting information or retracting statements hours later. State police said some accounts were preliminary and could change as more witnesses are interviewed.

Gutierrez said Friday that a Texas Department of Public Safety official told him that Uvalde Area Attorney Christina Mitchell Busbee, a Republican, ordered the agency not to release more information. about the shooting investigation to the senator or the public.

The Department of Public Safety on Friday referred all questions about the shooting investigation to Busbee, who did not return a phone or text message seeking comment.

Gutierrez said Thursday that many people should take some of the blame in the Uvalde shooting, including the governor of Texas.

“There were mistakes at all levels, including at the legislative level. Greg Abbott has a lot of blame in all of this,” he said.

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Read more about the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas: https://apnews.com/hub/uvalde-school-shooting

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Coronado reported from Austin, Texas. Associated Press writers Jake Bleiberg in Dallas; Jim Vertuno in Austin, Texas; and Mike Balsamo in Washington, DC, contributed to this report.

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Samuel FB Morse gave the first public telegraph demonstration 178 years ago in Baltimore. The federal government was not impressed. https://vostoktelecom.ru/samuel-fb-morse-gave-the-first-public-telegraph-demonstration-178-years-ago-in-baltimore-the-federal-government-was-not-impressed/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 09:01:15 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/samuel-fb-morse-gave-the-first-public-telegraph-demonstration-178-years-ago-in-baltimore-the-federal-government-was-not-impressed/ A sort of neglected anniversary has come and gone on May 24; it was the first public demonstration of Samuel FB Morse’s telegraph 178 years ago at B&O Mount Clare Station, now home of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum. As with so many things, tragedy can be the mother of invention, and Morse’s development […]]]>

A sort of neglected anniversary has come and gone on May 24; it was the first public demonstration of Samuel FB Morse’s telegraph 178 years ago at B&O Mount Clare Station, now home of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.

As with so many things, tragedy can be the mother of invention, and Morse’s development of the telegraph was born out of deep personal tragedy.

Samuel Finley Breese Morse, born in 1791 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Yale University and earned his living as a portrait painter.

He was in Washington working on a commission in 1825 when he learned that his wife, Lucretia Pickering Walker Morse, had died of a heart attack in New Haven, Connecticut, shortly after giving birth to their third child.

In an age when news traveled by horse, railroad, steamboat and carrier pigeon, it took seven days for word to reach him in Washington from New Haven of his wife’s death, and at the time he is returned home, her funeral had already taken place, and she was buried in Grove Street Cemetery in New Haven.

It was during his tenure at Yale that Morse began to attend lectures on electromagnetism presented by Benjamin Silliman and Jeremiah Day, and in 1832, while returning from Europe by ship, he became acquainted with Charles Thomas Jackson, a Bostonian who was also a recognized expert. in electromagnetism.

Morse then began experimenting with what he called “galvanic fluid”, his term for electromagnetism, believing it was possible to send messages over a single copper wire, but the outside world’s faith in a such phenomenon was limited.

Facing widespread skepticism, Morse secured a $30,000 appropriation from Congress that enabled him to continue his work for what eventually became known as the telegraph.

Morse also created what is called Morse code, the dot and dash code used to send messages. Morse used different combinations of dots and dashes to represent the letters of the English alphabet and the 10 digits.

His friend, the Baltimorean John HB Latrobe, legal counsel for the B&O Railroad, eventually convinced the reluctant railroad chairman, Louis McLane, who thought Morse was nothing more than an eccentric and a dreamer, to allow him to run his “singing wire” from a basement room in the Capitol in Washington along the railroad right-of-way to Mount Clare station in Baltimore.

“By the way,” McLane told Latrobe one day, according to The Baltimore Sun, “there was a fellow here named Morse this morning. He’s got a plan to dig a trench along the rail line and put a wire in there and Of course, all this makes no sense and the government has no right to waste the people’s money in this way.

“Mr. McLane,” replied Latrobe, “you have been a minister in the Court of St. James, you have been Secretary of the United States Treasury, and now you are President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: but I will tell you that man will live when your name and that of your children, yea, and those of your grandchildren’s children, are forgotten.

Curiously, the day before Morse was due to publicly unveil his invention, there was no mention of it in The Sun, but on May 7 and again on May 18, the newspaper covered it.

“Professor Morse’s Electro-Magnetic Telegraph, under construction between Washington and Baltimore, is now fully operational,” reported the newspaper in its May 7 editions, which announced that the Whig convention held in Baltimore had chose Henry Clay. as his presidential candidate. “The fluid traveled the entire 22 miles and back – doing 44 miles – in no discernible part of a second.”

A passenger on a B&O train bound for Baltimore learned of the death of his father, Mr. Godsby, former owner of the National Hotel in Washington, when the train stopped at Relay, and he received the news that had been telegraphed to the station. by the new electromagnetic telegraph, reports the newspaper on May 18.

On May 24, 1844, the first public demonstration of Morse’s telegraph took place at Mount Clare station, when he typed the biblical quote, “What Hath God Wrought” from Washington to Baltimore.

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Morse immediately saw the vast commercial possibilities of his invention when he typed in a second message: “Do you have any news.”

The next day, The Sun reported the event in a one-paragraph article:

“Professor Morse’s Magnetic Telegraph was completed yesterday at Pratt Street Depot near Light in its preliminary arrangement, the wires laid and all ready for communication. The result of next Monday’s conventions in this city will be sent to Washington by that means, where it will be known long before it is possible to transmit the information to the extremities of our own city. In truth, it is ‘work on the wire’ for a certain purpose.”

On May 31, The Sun sang: “Prof. The Morse telegraph has already proved, during the first week of its operations, to be of the greatest public importance. Time and space were completely obliterated.

AS Abell, founder of The Sun and no slouch when it came to embracing technology in news gathering and production – he saw the commercial and financial utility of the machine, the telephone and the machine to write Linotype – was a friend and early supporter of Morse.

Abell “assisted and promoted the establishment of the telegraph in every way in his power, foreseeing what a valuable instrument it was to be for the advancement of civilization”, the newspaper reported in a 1904 article.

In an ironic twist, Morse offered to sell his invention to the federal government for $100,000, but the offer was politely declined on the grounds that the telegraph was just a toy and would never pay for itself. .

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Quantum Computing Market Opportunities and Threats by 2030 – | Toshiba Corporation, Nippon Telegraph And Telephone Corporation (NTT), Quantum Circuits https://vostoktelecom.ru/quantum-computing-market-opportunities-and-threats-by-2030-toshiba-corporation-nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-corporation-ntt-quantum-circuits/ Tue, 31 May 2022 17:21:53 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/quantum-computing-market-opportunities-and-threats-by-2030-toshiba-corporation-nippon-telegraph-and-telephone-corporation-ntt-quantum-circuits/ Quantum Computing Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast. Latest research launched on Global quantum computing market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and tables. This report covers an […]]]>

Quantum Computing Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast.

Latest research launched on Global quantum computing market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and tables. This report covers an in-depth study of the Quantum Computing Market size, growth and share, trends, consumption, segments, application and forecast 2030. With qualitative and quantitative analysis , we help you to carry out an in-depth and comprehensive research on the Global Quantum Computing Market. . This report has been prepared by experienced and knowledgeable market analysts and researchers. Each section of the research study is specially prepared to explore key aspects of the global Quantum Computing Market. Buyers of the report will have access to accurate PESTLE, SWOT, and other types of analysis on the Global Quantum Computing Market. Moreover, it offers highly accurate estimations on CAGR, market share, and market size of key regions and countries.

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1QB Information Technologies Inc.
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
QCWare Corp.
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Q Station – Microsoft Corporation
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