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Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Facebook Nader Soudah of Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure Provider Liqid Recognized as 2021 CRN® Channel Chief WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook TAGS BROOMFIELD, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Liqid, provider of the world’s most comprehensive composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) platform, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Nader Soudah, Vice President, Channel, to its 2021 list of Channel Chiefs. The prestigious CRN ® Channel Chiefs list, released annually, recognizes leading IT channel vendor executives who continually demonstrate outstanding leadership, influence, innovation, and growth. Soudah is a well respected leader in the IT channel community, with more than 20 years experience growing sales by developing and implementing channel programs for software and systems companies. Soudah joined Liqid in early 2020, where he has driven Liqid’s integrated channel strategy and worked closely with regional sales teams and value added resellers (VARs) to bring Liqid’s groundbreaking composable disaggregated infrastructure solutions into the data center mainstream. Under Soudah’s guidance, Liqid’s channel partner program now includes dozens of resellers worldwide. “I am honored to be recognized as a Channel Chief by The Channel Company and CRN’s editorial board, and I’m proud of the Liqid team’s work to expand our channel partner program, and bring Liqid’s award-winning CDI platform to our partners’ end customers around the globe,” said Soudah. “As their data center clients address the rapidly changing performance requirements associated with artificial intelligence applications, our partners are excited to be able to offer a cost-effective way to disaggregate, pool and deploy accelerator resources at large scale via software to create dynamically configurable, bare-metal servers for uneven AI calculations.” The 2021 Channel Chiefs are prominent leaders who have influenced the IT channel with cutting-edge strategies, programs and partnerships. All honorees are selected by CRN’s editorial staff based on their dedication, industry prestige, and exceptional accomplishments as channel advocates. “CRN’s 2021 Channel Chiefs list includes the industry’s biggest channel evangelists, a group of individuals who work tirelessly on behalf of their partners and drive growth through the development of strong partner programs and innovative business strategies that help bring business-critical solutions to market,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “The Channel Company is proud to recognize these channel influencers and looks forward to following their continued success.” CRN’s 2021 Channel Chiefs list will be featured in the February 2021 issue of CRN ® Magazine and online at www.CRN.com/ChannelChiefs. Liqid’s partner program offers lucrative margins with substantial registration process protections when compared to traditional server sales. Learn more about Liqid’s approach to composable disaggregated infrastructure in this technical white paper from the Evaluator Group. Prepare customer data centers for continued success in the age of AI. About Liqid Liqid provides the world’s most-comprehensive software-defined composable infrastructure platform. The Liqid Composable platform empowers users to manage, scale, and configure physical, bare-metal server systems in seconds and then reallocate core data center devices on-demand as workflows and business needs evolve. Liqid Command Center software enables users to dynamically right size their IT resources on the fly. For more information, contact [email protected] or visit www.liqid.com. Follow Liqid on Twitter and LinkedIn. About The Channel Company The Channel Company enables breakthrough IT channel performance with our dominant media, engaging events, expert consulting and education, and innovative marketing services and platforms. As the channel catalyst, we connect and empower technology suppliers, solution providers and end users. Backed by more than 30 years of unequalled channel experience, we draw from our deep knowledge to envision innovative new solutions for ever-evolving challenges in the technology marketplace. www.thechannelcompany.com Follow The Channel Company:Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. © 2021. CRN is a registered trademark of The Channel Company, LLC. All rights reserved. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005336/en/ CONTACT: LIQID CONTACT Robert Brumfield Sr. Director, Global Communications 917 224 7769 [email protected] CHANNEL COMPANY CONTACT Jennifer Hogan The Channel Company [email protected] KEYWORD: COLORADO UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE NETWORKS INTERNET HARDWARE SOURCE: Liqid Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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The Gambia Senegal African Petroleum (AP) has allowed for its exclusivity agreement with an unnamed oil and gas company, covering the farm-out of the SOSP license in Senegal and the A1 and A4 licenses in The Gambia, to lapse while hoping to resolve the uncertainty over its position in The Gambia early next month. African Petroleum holds a 90% operated working interest in exploration blocks Rufisque Offshore Profond (ROP) and Senegal Offshore Sud Profond (SOSP). The National Oil Company Petrosen holds the remaining 10% equity. In The Gambia, AP holds a 100% operated working interest in offshore licenses A1 and A4.African Petroleum said on Thursday it allowed the exclusivity agreement to lapse to enable it to engage with other interested parties for the SOSP license in Senegal and to provide flexibility in government discussions regarding the A1 and A4 licenses in The Gambia.To remind, the exclusivity agreement provided a framework for the incoming third party to secure a 70% operated interest in African Petroleum’s SOSP production sharing contract (PSC) in Senegal and the A1 and A4 licenses in The Gambia. It was agreed in April and extended in June to allow time to complete the process and finalize negotiations with both governments.However, reports emerged in early July that the Gambian government had ended talks with AP for the extension of exploration rights for the two offshore blocks, while looking for new investors. AP claimed the licenses had not been terminated nor had they expired. Since then, the company has been trying to resolve the situation in The Gambia.Back to current developments, AP said that the exclusivity agreement, which regarded both countries as one transaction, was viewed as too restrictive, as the company could not secure the SOSP license extension without first resolving the situation in The Gambia.That in addition to recent developments whereby the Senegalese authorities have expressed a willingness to proceed with the SOSP license extension upon the company securing a farm-out, contributed to AP allowing the agreement to lapse on Thursday, thereby enabling the company to enter into discussions with other interested parties in its SOSP License in Senegal whilst it seeks to resolve the situation in The Gambia. When it comes to Senegal, AP stated that the Senegalese authorities are currently considering the company’s proposal to extend the SOSP license for a period of 18-24 months in order to allow additional time to acquire 3D seismic and to drill an exploration well on the block.Any such extension is conditional on African Petroleum bringing in a suitable partner on the license and to this end, the management team will start discussions with a number of companies who had expressed interest in farming into SOSP but were restricted from entering into commercial negotiations as a result of the exclusivity agreement that had been in place since mid-April 2017.According to the company, the SOSP license continues to generate industry interest and the company hopes to finalize a standalone farm-out transaction on the SOSP license shortly in order to enable the license extension to be granted. African Petroleum continues to reserve its rights on the ROP license while it negotiates the SOSP extension.Commenting on the update, African Petroleum’s CEO, Jens Pace, said: “After much consideration, we have decided to allow the exclusivity agreement to lapse as we now have more flexibility to engage in standalone commercial discussions on our SOSP license in Senegal whilst we seek to resolve the uncertainty over our position in The Gambia.“We have continued to engage with the relevant authorities in The Gambia and had an audience with the President who is well informed of the situation and understands the measures that we will take should we not receive a positive outcome next month. I think the fact that we were granted an audience with the President highlights that the significant investment made by the company in these licenses is recognized by the Gambian government and we hope that sense will prevail in finding a way forward.“Our near-term focus will be on seeking a positive resolution on our position in The Gambia whilst concurrently formalizing an agreement for SOSP license. We know that there are a number of interested parties who we expect to engage with in the coming days now that we are no longer bound by an exclusivity agreement.”Offshore Energy Today Staff Since the announcements in early July 2017 regarding its A1 and A4 licenses in The Gambia, the company said it has been engaged in dialogue with Gambian officials with a view to identifying a solution that is in the best interest of all stakeholders. The company confirmed that a local representative for the company met with the Minister for Petroleum and Energy and Permanent Secretary on July 6, and a delegation from African Petroleum, including the CEO and CFO, traveled to The Gambia for a meeting with President Barrow in Banjul on July 13.Further to the meeting with the President and subsequent dialogue, it is the understanding of the management team that the government is considering the company’s proposal regarding the licenses and it is anticipated that the company will receive formal feedback and clarity on the situation from the government in early August 2017, AP said.The company has also reiterated its firm position over its legal rights to the A1 and A4 licenses in The Gambia and has communicated to the government that it will utilize the dispute resolution mechanism provisions of the licenses should the outcome of the government’s decision not be favorable to the company.In the meantime, the company noted it has been approached by other industry players that are interested to join it in the A1 and A4 licenses when the situation with the Gambian government is resolved.
Moyes is not happy with the 24-year-old’s conduct, although he refused to reveal the punishment he had handed out to the player. “I’ve dealt with it and I’ve spoken to Chris,” the United boss said in a press conference. “That would be as much as I would want to say on it.” This is not the first time the England international has found himself at the centre of controversy. The former Fulham defender was pictured appearing to dress up as a suicide bomber for a private party in January. Smalling later apologised for the “ill-thought” and “insensitive” decision to wear the costume, which consisted of a vest, a mock circuit board, empty bottles of Jagermeister and cans of Red Bull. The two drinks combined make up the popular ‘Jagerbomb’ drink. The Manchester Evening News published pictures of Smalling which it claimed shows the England international apparently singing in the streets at 3:15am on Saturday morning. Smalling had stayed in the north-west while the rest of his team-mates travelled to London for their Saturday evening clash against West Ham because of a hamstring injury. Press Association Manchester United manager David Moyes has disciplined Chris Smalling after the defender was pictured out in Manchester during the early hours of Saturday morning.