Tags China Mobile revenue climbs on 5G handset growth China operators lose NYSE delisting appeal Previous ArticleFairfax in fight to find BlackBerry funds ahead of today’s deadlineNext ArticleRostelecom may hand control of mobile assets to banks – report Author China Mobile mulls mainland listing Asia Related Steve Costello Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more NSN and China Mobile Research Institute expanded their partnership, to “further their cooperation on research and standardisation of advanced mobile broadband technologies in LTE as well as in 5G”.The vendor established its partnership with China Mobile’s R&D arm in 2010, and the new agreement is said to “outline key focus areas for future mobile networks”.Among the areas on the agenda are joint research, standardisation, and prototype development activities in “advanced technologies such as 5G, LTE deployment optimisation, cloud-based radio access network (C-RAN), the innovative “Nanocell” concept for next-generation small cell deployments, coexistence of 2G/4G and core virtualisation”.Bill Huang, general manager of CMRI, said: “Significant reduction of the unit cost of bandwidth is the key to success of future mobile networks.”Through their existing partnership, the companies have worked on “TD technologies and standards”, including TD-LTE global market development. Home NSN and China Mobile extend research deal 04 NOV 2013 China MobileNSNTechnology
Verizon Previous ArticleMobile wallet providers must prepare for hack attacksNext ArticleGlobe Telecom pushing subs to use LTE network Verizon EVP and president of Global Media Marni Walden will step down from her post at the end of this year.Walden is due to move into a strategic advisor role as of December 31 and will leave the company altogether in February 2018.Verizon completed its acquisition of Yahoo earlier this year: the company was combined with Verizon’s previously acquired AOL assets to form Oath. Appointed head of media and telematics in March, Walden was set to oversee the integration and scaling of Yahoo and AOL’s technologies at Oath.Yahoo troublesNews of Walden’s departure follows a reveal from Verizon earlier this week that a previously disclosed 2013 data breach at Yahoo was much larger than originally thought. Rather than the 1 billion accounts cited at the time, Oath indicated all 3 billion Yahoo accounts were compromised in the hack.After the breach was first announced in late 2016, Walden was one of a few key figures who continued to advocate for following through on the Yahoo deal. At a conference organised by The Wall Street Journal in October 2016, Walden maintained the rationale for the deal – massively expanding Verizon’s audience – still made sense. She reiterated the position at another investor conference in January, despite revelations not one, but two data breaches had occurred at Yahoo.However, Walden wasn’t alone in her view. In comments made at the Internet Association’s Virtuous Circle conference in October 2016, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam told attendees he was “not that shocked” by the data breach revelations and stated “the industrial logic of doing this merger still makes a lot of sense”.In a statement issued on Wednesday (4 October), McAdam praised Walden.“Marni helped build our wireless business, starting as a sales representative in a store, and grew into an inspirational leader and role model for so many at Verizon,” McAdam said: “She has most recently spearheaded Verizon’s entry into global digital media and telematics and will leave us in a strong competitive position.”Following Walden’s exit Tim Armstrong, CEO of Verizon’s media brand Oath, will report directly to McAdam. The telematics organisation will report to John Stratton, EVP and president of Global Operations. Tags Author Verizon shuffles executives Related Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Diana Goovaerts Home Verizon media chief stepping down after Yahoo reveal Verizon sorts sensor supremo AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 04 OCT 2017 Amazon reels in MGM
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While the Dutch enjoyed the majority of the possession, they couldn’t find a way past the Levante stopper, whose stock continued its rapid ascent. Penalties: Borges, Gonzalez, Bolanos (all scored), Ruiz, Umana (both saved) As has so often been the case during Costa Rica’s World Cup, it had been their keeper, Keylor Navas, who had starred in the first half. They did seem to neuter Holland’s threat in the second half though – at least until the final 10 minutes. A ball across the six-yard box somehow missed three Holland players, but wound up at Van Persie’s feet and he gleefully diverted it towards the goal. Navas was nowhere to be seen and it seemed they would finally have the goal they sought, but somehow Yeltsin Tejeda appeared and diverted the ball onto the bar. Match facts And while the Dutch players did their jobs by scoring four out of four from 12-yards, Krul rendered Van Gaal a genius by saving from Bryan Ruiz and Michael Umana to keep his country’s World Cup dream alive. Less than 10 minutes later he was again foiling the Oranje. Sam Marsden CEST Although less spectacularly than previously, Navas was on hand to beat away Depay’s near post effort. In fact, as the clock ticked towards penalties and the match soared in excitement levels, it was Cillessen, not Navas, making a game-saving stop from Marcos Urena. Up the other end, Sneijdar thumped the woodwork again, but somehow the match ended goalless and to the backdrop of Van Gaal replacing Cillessen with Newcastle United keeper Krul purely for the purposes of spot kicks. The first big chance fell to Robin van Persie. Following good work from Dirk Kuyt, Memphis Depay set up the Manchester United striker but Navas made a smart save before easily collecting Wesley Sneijder’s rebound. It remains a mystery how the Dutch didn’t then nick it in stoppage-time. The Ticos were struggling to create anything. Bruno Martins Indi went into the back of Joel Campbell in the box, but the referee wasn’t up for giving a spot kick. Upd. at 01:30 What a decision that turned out to be. Another Sneijder free-kick came close, clipping the post, while Van Persie couldn’t connect with a fantastic chance at the far post. And while the Dutch still applied pressure in extra-time, there was almost an acceptance that the ball was not going to go in for them. Booked: Martins Indi, Huntelaar. Still the Dutch came, but still the Costa Rican keeper stood in their way. Next to try their luck was Sneijder, sailing a free-kick towards the top corner from 25-yards. But there was Navas and his outstretched hand to beat the ball away. Booked: Diaz, Umana, Gonzalez, Acosta. Penalties: Van Persie, Robben, Sneijder, Kuyt (all scored) 06/07/2014 Holland: Cillessen (Krul 120); De Vrij, Vlaar, Martins Indi (Huntelaar 105), Depay (Lens 76), Wijnaldum, Blind, Kuyt, Sneijder, Van Persie, Robben. Costa Rica: Navas; Gamboa (Myrie 79), Acosta, Diaz, Gonzalez, Ruiz, Borges, Tejeda (Cubero 97), Bolanos, Campbell (Urena 66), Umana. Goalkeeper Tim Krul saved two penalties after coming off the bench in the dying stages of extra-time to send Holland into a semi-final clash with Argentina. With seconds remaining before spot kicks, Louis van Gaal took the bold decision to replace his goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen with Krul. Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)
Francia pone las sonrisas y Perú las lágrimas France brought on Dembele with the final 20 minutes and he looked lively but still short of confidence. He had an opportunity to put the game to bed but couldn’t keep his effort on target. In the end it didn’t matter as Peru’s inability to create genuine chances meant France only need the solitary goal to claim victory. Andrew Gaffney Central de Ekaterimburgo. 35.000 espectadores. Perú MATCH FACTS Primera fase del Mundial – Grupo C France became the third side to qualify for the Round of 16 after notching their second win in as many matches as they beat plucky Peru 1-0 in Group C. Upd. at 20:20 CEST A place in the last sixteen awaits France while Peru’s players can start planning their summer holidays as the World Cup adventure is over for them. Lloris; Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Lucas Hernandez; Kanté, Matuidi; Mbappé (Dembélé, 74′), Pogba (Nzonzi, 88′), Griezmann (Fekir, 79′); y Giroud. Estadio PER IN SPORT.ES 1-0 Gallese; Advíncula, Ramos, Rodríguez (Santamaría, 46′), Trauco; Aquino, Yutún (Farfán, 46′); Carrillo, Cueva (Ruidíaz, 81′), Flores; y Guerrero. Peru upped the tempo in the second half as they desperately searched for the equaliser but even when they did break through, Hugo Lloris was there to clean up. To bring up the comparison with Morocco again, Peru lacked a cutting edge in the final third which we have seen is making the difference in these tight encounters. Cristiano for Portugal, Cheryshev for Russia and Kane for England are just some examples of how a bit of quality in attack goes a long way at this level, despite how nicely you can knock the ball around. The opening period was largely controlled by France and it came as no surprise when Kylian Mbappe, who has started this tournament in good spirits after his impressive season at PSG, got off the mark 10 minutes before half time. Giroud was played in behind by Paul Pogba and his effort ricocheted off the defender and fell kindly to Mbappe, a yard out, to tap home and give France the lead. Mbappe became France’s youngest goalscorer in World Cup history. Peru knew they needed to win in order to keep their slim World Cup hopes alive and there was a first start for Paolo Guerrero as they looked to do that. The South Americans have something of a cult following due to their exciting style of football but much like Morocco, it hasn’t translated to positive results out on the pitch. 21/06/2018 FRA The biggest surprise in France’s starting lineup was the omission of Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele. Olivier Giroud was instead preferred to lead the line with Antoine Griezmann sitting just behind him, a role he’s used to at Atletico Madrid. Mohammed Abdullah Hassan (Estados Árabes Unidos). TA: Matuidi (16′), Guerrero (22′), Aquino (80′), Pogba (85¿) Árbitro Francia Gol 1-0 M. 35 Mbappé.