The Final Word: Beat writers discuss Syracuse’s 17-5 win over Hobart

first_img Published on April 3, 2019 at 12:11 am Facebook Twitter Google+ GENEVA — No. 11 Syracuse (6-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) defeated No. 20 Hobart (8-2, 2-0 Northeast), 17-5, at Urick Stadium on Tuesday night. The Orange improved after three-straight weeks of trailing early in games. SU went on a 12-0 run starting in the second quarter and won the Kraus-Simmons Trophy for the 31st win. In the process, Syracuse head coach John Desko won his 250th game.Listen to our beat writers breakdown SU’s win.center_img Commentslast_img

CommScope now owner of TV and network technology

first_imgCommScope, now owner of TV and network technology company Arris, used the ANGA COM event in Cologne this week to demonstrate low-latency DOCSIS, software-configurable frequency-division duplex (Soft FDD) and its virtualised converged cable access platform. The company says that all three will be key to realizing the 10G network vision set forth recently by cable technology organisation CableLabs.Low-latency DOCSIS will be crucial to applications including gaming and virtual reality performance and collision-avoidance systems for self-driving cars, according to CommScope.Kevin Keefe“OTT video as unicast means that many users are now taking OTT streams as a single service. It is a big source of stress on the network in general. Gaming and VR, aside from having huge bandwidth implications – because you are trying to provide very high end video – means you need low latency in the network,” said Kevin Keefe, CommScope’s newly appointed SVP and segment leader, network and cloud, told DTVE.“Low latency DOCSIS is important when you think about gaming. The technology enables prioritizing of traffic in a network and service flows and they are queued into the network. Low-latency DOCSIS gives you…the ability to prioritise traffic that needs to be low latency.”The technology enables traffic to be allocated to a slow or fast lane depending on the application and device to be addressed.The Soft FDD technology highlighted by CommScope is designed to be able to deliver 10G speeds over traditional coaxial wiring. Soft FDD uses Full Duplex DOCSIS technology and provides what CommScope describes as a foundation for symmetrical services, creating an evolutionary path beyond gaming to holographic video, high-definition cameras, and other Internet-of-Things devices needing upstream performance.Keefe said that this technology enables operators to move the previously hard-wired split between upstream and downstream frequencies without upgrading hardware to operate in a different frequency split.“With Soft FDD you design the elements in the network so you can go to ac ommand line interface on a PC and move that split based on network requirements. It is a huge step forward,” he said.CommScope also highlighted its E6000 edge router software as part of its virtualised CCAP, including new features such as automated provisioning and capacity tools and new orchestration and intelligence tools.Keefe said that virtualised CCAP, an important part of the distributed access architecture that is now a key focus for cable operator, was now in trials.“We are advancing the technology as fast as we can. There is a lot of interest in distributed access architecture,” he said.last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet COUNCIL OF EUROPE’S COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTSMARTINA ANDERSON MEPMI5Nils MuiznieksSinn FeinTHERESA VILLIERSTONY TAYLOR As a result of MI5’s intervention, Mr Taylor was arrested by the PSNI at his home in Derry and brought back to Maghaberry prison where he has remained ever since.Campaigners have called for his case to be brought back before the sentencing judge and any evidence regarding his breach of licence be decided by a court. not MI5.Martina Anderson said:“I raised the case of imprisoned Derry man Tony Taylor with the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks, when I met with him in Strasbourg this week. “Tony Taylor’s continued imprisonment is an affront to due process and he should be released immediately.“I was pleased that Nils Muiznieks has agreed to look into Tony Taylor’s case.“Tony Taylor has now spent more than 700 days in prison and it is long past the time that he should be released.”ANDERSON RAISES TONY TAYLOR CASE WITH EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER was last modified: February 10th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: Republican prisoner Tony Taylor incarcerated in Maghaberry jailSINN Féin MEP Martina Anderson has raised the case of imprisoned Derry man Tony Taylor with the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muiznieks.Mr Taylor has spent more than 700 days behind bars after he was thrown back in prison on the word of MI5.The British Security Services gave a file to the then Secretary of State Theresa Villiers recommending his release licence be revoked.last_img read more

ALEX Walmsley will be available for Saints trip t

first_imgALEX Walmsley will be available for Saints’ trip to Catalans after he submitted an Early Guilty Plea to the RFL Disciplinary.The in-form prop had been charged with Grade A ‘Strikes with Knee’ for an incident during Friday’s game at Hull FC.But after submitting the EGP he is now available to take on the Dragons.Walmsley has appeared in all four of Saints games so far – starting twice and coming off the bench in the other two.He has clocked 540 metres in those contests.last_img