Nokia targets China fightback

first_imgHomeAsiaNews Nokia targets China fightback 5GNokia AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore1 30 APR 2021 Singtel lights SA 5G network Author Tags Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Relatedcenter_img Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito Joseph Waring Asia Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark (pictured) used the vendor’s Q1 earnings call yesterday (29 April) to vow it will bid in the next round of network tenders in China later this year.The CEO highlighted the competitiveness of China, a market he previously stated was an important target for Nokia.“We will participate in the upcoming tendering rounds…what they may or may not lead to, it’s too early to speculate”, Lundmark said.Nokia missed out on 5G contracts with the three major operators in China in 2020. At the time, Lundmark’s predecessor Rajeev Suri noted the vendor would remain a player in the market through existing 4G deals, while also reportedly eyeing a win involving China Unicom’s next-generation core.The Finnish vendor’s Chinese R&D unit builds 700MHz 5G equipment for the market.During the call, Lundmark also highlighted progress in improving the competitiveness of Nokia’s mobile product portfolio and operating margins.Since taking the helm in August 2020, the CEO has implemented a sweeping restructuring plan aimed at resetting its cost base and increasing 5G R&D investment. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Previous ArticleAT&T, Cradlepoint chase enterprise 5G opportunityNext ArticleAIS top-line grows on device gains last_img read more

Restricted O-Licence main occupation requirement met

first_imgEach restricted PSV O-Licence is under review as the subject of main occupation is a key issue, according to Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) Gillian Elkin. She added that a lot of restricted licence holders had failed to notify a material change in respect of main occupation, either inadvertently or deliberately.The DTC’s comments came when freelance coach driver Graeme Hartshorn, trading as Hartshorn, of Durham, and with a one-vehicle restricted O-Licence, had been called before her at a Leeds Public Inquiry (PI). He had requested a PI following two proposals to revoke the licence because of concern over main occupation.Mr Hartshorn said that his main occupation was that of a freelance coach driver for two operators and as a driver trainer.He ran a 16-seat minibus as a sideline, advertising day trips in a local magazine. He had only brought records of what he had done for the last three months and not 12 months as those documents were with his accountant.Mr Hartshorn was self employed as he wanted to be his own boss. He analysed his own analogue tachograph charts. He was thinking of investing in a digital tachograph reader and in upgrading his vehicle as it was “getting long in the tooth.”If things did not work out, he would like to go for a national O-Licence. He had someone who would stand in for him as Transport Manager for four to five hours per week.Holding that Mr Hartshorn met the main occupation criteria, the DTC said that she was satisfied that the three months’ records produced showed that he had done a substantial amount of work for the coach and driver training companies.She was satisfied that there was a clear gap between that work and the minibus work, and that the former far exceeded the latter.last_img read more

North Fork News

first_imgMattituck-Laurel LibraryEnjoy Pasta Amore with chef Robert Dell’Amore on Friday, February 14, at 5:30 PM at the Mattituck-Laurel Library. Join Chef Robert’s “Pasta of Love” demo, featuring an irresistible combination of savory and sweet. This pasta dish is made with chicken or sausage, capers, sun-dried tomatoes, zucchini, onion and garlic, in a light tomato sauce. Registration is required and fee is $5 per person.Heart Art Day is Friday, February 14, from 10 AM to 7 PM at the library. Drop in and create a heart to make and take. Registration is required and is free.For more information on all happenings, call 631-298-4134 or visit Island LibraryFind Short and Sweet Love at the Shelter Island Library in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Join John and Katherine Moore as they read short pieces, both true and imagined, on the subject of love in many forms on Friday, February 14, at 7 PM. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 631-749-0042 or visit Island Science CenterCome see what the Long Island Science Center in Riverhead has to offer with its special holiday hours the week of Monday, February 17, through Friday, February 21, from 11 AM to 5 PM. Enjoy a new and interactive experiment with physics in the Maker Space each day of vacation, included with museum admission. For more information, call 631-208-8000 or Fun For KidsIt’s kids’ week at the Suffolk County Historical Society from Wednesday, February 19, through Saturday, February 22, 10 AM to 4:30 PM. Have a family fun experience by playing out life in the past! There will be touch-table educational play stations, along with a scavenger hunt with prizes, dressing up in Colonial garb, playing old word games, etc. Free admission for children and $5 per adult. Complimentary cookies and juice. For more info, call 631-727-2881 or visit History At HallockvilleCelebrate Black History Month at Hallockville Farm. Learn about the importance of quilting to the African American culture. Join artist and author Faith Ringgold on Thursday, February 20, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM, while she takes you through the world of “Tar Beach,” and how she uses quilting to tell stories. Students ages nine to 12 years old will listen to the book and create their own collage quilts to tell their own story. Members: $15; non-members: $20.Also at Hallockville, children five through eight years old can join art teacher Darlene Siracusano in learning about how folk art was made throughout history. The morning lesson will begin by listening to a farm animal story and meeting Hallockville chickens. Kids will create their own folk-art rooster using colored collage paper, scissors, punches, and crayons on Tuesday, February 19, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. Members: $15; non-members: $20. Call 631-298-5292 or visit SupportPeconic Bay Medical Center Caregivers Center offers ongoing support meetings for caregivers. The next meeting of the support group specific to caregivers of those who suffer from Dementia and Alzheimer’s meets on Wednesday, February 19 from noon to 1:30 PM at the center’s multi-purpose room. Bereavement support groups are also available. For more information, call 631-548-6274 or visit Sharelast_img read more

He overcame leukemia and did it again PHOTOS

first_imgBologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is getting in shape after the battle with leukemia, and thanks to football he regained his smile. The Serbian legend continues to show strength of spirit and to impress. The 51-year-old Mihajlovic trains daily at the Bologna base with his players.Every morning, the coach spends more than an hour on the field, running around it and doing exercises to regain his strength.Winbet – victory is at your fingertips! (18+)Mihailov was diagnosed with leukemia in June last year, undergoing chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. At the end of 2019, the former football player of Sampdoria, Lazio and Inter managed to achieve his biggest victory and fight the disease that Stilian Petrov went through years ago.last_img read more

Nicholson leads the way at Greenwood

first_imgThe Travellers Rest Golf GroupMonday this week combined Easter Monday with April Fools Day, so I wasn’t sure whether my golf game was going to experience a resurrection or whether I was going to feel like an idiot as usual.  After playing a round at a breezy Bangpakong I must admit it was more like the latter than the former, although I did finish better than I started so perhaps it was a little of both. It was a swift return to Bangpakong for the TRGG as it was less than two weeks since our previous visit and the windy conditions kept the scores down.  Instead of the usual 40+ points required to take first place it was a more modest 37pts posted by Mike Ensor (10), which was good enough to take the prize money.  Neil Allison (19) was a close second on 36pts and Mike Rushant (11) slipped into third spot with 34.Mike Ensor.On Tuesday 2nd April, Greenwood A and B courses played host to our group and the slightly kinder conditions led to some better scoring, or maybe there were some better golfers in the field, I am not sure.  Anyway, Dave Nicholson (14) showed everybody the way home with an impressive 39pts.  His playing partner Max Scott (4) came second on 37pts, winning on count back from Jim Cleaver (13).Thursday 4th April saw the TRGG make its weekly visit to Phoenix to take on Mountain and Lakes.  Craig Hitchens (12), shooting 38pts, was too good for the rest and took the winner’s berth.  Phil Taylor (17), who had had a bit of a nightmare at Bangpakong on Monday, showed one and all that it had been a temporary blip by returning to form with 36pts to take second and Mod Chaviraksa (11) showed you can’t keep a good woman down for long taking by third place with 35.On Friday 5th April it was the turn of Bangpra to provide the stalwarts of the TRGG with an examination of their golfing skills.  Mike Rushant (11) passed with a distinction by finishing first with 38pts.  Larry Simpson (12) acquitted himself well enough to take a second with 35 and Neil Bramley (9) flew back into Thailand to post a good third place finish with 34pts.Good luck to all you golfers for the coming week!Dave Nicholson (left) with Max Scott.last_img read more

Family in fear

first_imgBy Jade LawtonA PAKENHAM family is living in fear after their home was burgled in May. Tabitha Tabone said the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img