Network – Web Link http://web-link.biz/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:12:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://web-link.biz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Network – Web Link http://web-link.biz/ 32 32 Growing Network Automation Opens Massive Growth Opportunities Through 5G https://web-link.biz/growing-network-automation-opens-massive-growth-opportunities-through-5g/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:12:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/growing-network-automation-opens-massive-growth-opportunities-through-5g/ For more information on this analysis, 5G Global Network Automation Growth Opportunities, please click here “Network automation is a critical component of 5G as it enables efficiency and cost savings for communications service providers (CSPs),” said Troy MorleyIndustry Principal, ICT at Frost & Sullivan. “While the entire 5G network will benefit from network automation, the […]]]>

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“Network automation is a critical component of 5G as it enables efficiency and cost savings for communications service providers (CSPs),” said Troy MorleyIndustry Principal, ICT at Frost & Sullivan. “While the entire 5G network will benefit from network automation, the most significant growth opportunity lies in the 5G RAN, where CSPs invest most of their capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operating expenses (OPEX).”

Morley added, “At nearly 70% of infrastructure spend, small improvements in RAN due to network automation result in significant ROI for CSPs, especially when it comes to OPEX. Additionally, the new 5G RAN architecture has opened the market to many new vendors bringing in machine learning and artificial intelligence specialists.”

The global 5G network automation market presents opportunities in the following areas:

  • The 5G RAN: RAN automation provides the opportunity for continuous RAN performance improvement and continuous OPEX reduction for each RAN, making it a win-win for the CSP.
  • 5G core/edge networks: The network functions that make up 5G core and edge networks are beginning to be deployed globally and will require automation for operational and financial success.
  • 5G transport networks: Transport networks often do not receive the same attention as RAN and core networks. However, they are essential for 5G to live up to expectations and require automation. This will become vital as network slicing expands.

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A network of electric gliders for people and cargo being explored in Hawai’i https://web-link.biz/a-network-of-electric-gliders-for-people-and-cargo-being-explored-in-hawaii/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 18:08:08 +0000 https://web-link.biz/a-network-of-electric-gliders-for-people-and-cargo-being-explored-in-hawaii/ Mokulele Airlines will be the launch partner for the Sea Glider Transportation Network which plans to bring a fleet of 12-passenger Viceroy Sea Gliders from REGENT to the State of Hawaii. Graphic courtesy: REGENT REGENT, the company behind the all-electric glider, is partnering with Mokulele Airlines and Pacific Current to explore building a glider transportation […]]]>

Mokulele Airlines will be the launch partner for the Sea Glider Transportation Network which plans to bring a fleet of 12-passenger Viceroy Sea Gliders from REGENT to the State of Hawaii. Graphic courtesy: REGENT

REGENT, the company behind the all-electric glider, is partnering with Mokulele Airlines and Pacific Current to explore building a glider transportation network for passengers and cargo in the state of Hawaii.

The goal is to drive innovation to support a more resilient and sustainable transportation ecosystem for the state.

Pacific Current, a subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, is the project’s energy and infrastructure partner for Hawai’i. The company will focus on financing vehicles, developing and providing access to renewable energy and electric charging infrastructure.

Mokulele Airlines, a Southern Airways company, will be the launch partner of the Sea Glider Transport Network which plans to bring a fleet of 12-passenger Viceroy Sea Gliders from REGENT to the island chain.

“The REGENT sea glider is a complete game-changer for the state of Hawai’i,” said Stan Little, CEO of Mokulele. “Not only can this vehicle help the state achieve its sustainability and resiliency goals faster, but it will enable our airline to offer new services that are not possible today.”

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Few said Seaglider’s network will provide the ability to provide a fast, convenient and affordable transportation solution, with passengers not having to travel to the airport.

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“Just imagine going from Kona Harbor to downtown Honolulu in less than 55 minutes door to door,” he said. “REGENT’s partnership with Pacific Current allows us to do what we do best, which is to provide local communities across the state with safe and convenient transportation for their leisure, business and medical travel needs.”

Billy Thalheimer, CEO and co-founder of REGENT, said in a press release that his company is committed to helping Hawai’i move toward a sustainable transportation future.

“The very first step is to listen and learn what the community cares about,” Thalheimer said. “The response from the community has been overwhelmingly positive and the opportunity to build a glider network for Hawai’i is a dream come true. We are excited to help push the boundaries of clean transportation innovation for the state.”

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Thalheimer said his company recognizes that Hawai’i is a special place, with a sacred culture, sensitive environmental ecosystems and unparalleled biodiversity.

“The feasibility study continues our commitment to work with local communities, civic organizations and all appropriate private and public sector leaders to understand how sea gliders can help improve the daily lives of residents,” he said. he declares. “We are thrilled and humbled to be part of this team accelerating Hawaii’s push toward an emissions-free future.”

REGENT launched its first Community Listening Tour in the summer of 2021. Key members of the REGENT leadership team have spent nearly a full year engaging with public, private and civic sector stakeholders to understand residents’ needs, learn about the unique ecosystems associated with the region, and help state officials think about Hawaii’s sustainability and resiliency goals.

SMS Research, a Honolulu-based market research firm, will examine the economic, environmental and community benefits and challenges associated with introducing sea gliders to Hawai’i.

The study focuses on the economic impact on the state as well as how sea gliders can help improve transportation affordability and accessibility, including assessing the impact of adding new roads and new services to improve access for underserved communities.

The study will also include a detailed analysis of various ports and harbors conducted by EKNA Services, a Honolulu-based engineering and construction management company.

According to REGENT’s press release, local operators providing freight, passenger and emergency services in Hawai’i will be able to easily transition to a new form of sustainable transportation without having to spend large amounts of capital to set up a new one. service. .

Local operators will also have access to Pacific Current’s vehicle leasing and financing solutions, as well as docking and charging infrastructure that will be mapped to major inter- and intra-island trade routes.

REGENT and Pacific Current have already begun engaging key community, environmental, private and public sector stakeholders across the state to make this vision a reality in a way that prioritizes and respects culture and the environment. unique to Hawaii.

“Joining forces with REGENT represents a huge opportunity for Pacific Current and HEI to significantly increase our clean energy and clean transportation impact,” said Scott Valentino, president of Pacific Current. “The initial investment costs associated with a transition of this magnitude are immense and are often a trigger for wider adoption.

“We hope to enable local passenger, cargo and emergency service providers to reduce the price of passenger travel and the costs of moving goods and services across the state.”

Scott Glenn, Hawai’i State’s Director of Energy, said in the press release, “Reducing aviation’s carbon footprint is integral to achieving renewable energy goals. of our state and we appreciate that REGENT is working with communities on this effort.”

Kuhio Lewis, executive director of the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, also expressed support for the study and the company’s collaborative efforts with the community.

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Tribeca Festival Launches Podcast Network https://web-link.biz/tribeca-festival-launches-podcast-network/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:02:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/tribeca-festival-launches-podcast-network/ Tribeca Enterprises will launch Tribeca Audio, a new podcast network dedicated to curating audio content year-round, in July. Jane Rosenthal made the announcement at the Tribeca Festival on Saturday during a special presentation of Radiotopia’s upcoming “My Mother Made Me” podcast. Tribeca Audio will launch its flagship series and the first Tribeca Enterprises podcast on […]]]>

Tribeca Enterprises will launch Tribeca Audio, a new podcast network dedicated to curating audio content year-round, in July. Jane Rosenthal made the announcement at the Tribeca Festival on Saturday during a special presentation of Radiotopia’s upcoming “My Mother Made Me” podcast.

Tribeca Audio will launch its flagship series and the first Tribeca Enterprises podcast on July 13. Titled “Tribeca Audio Premieres,” the series will be hosted by Davy Gardner, head of Tribeca Audio and curator of audio storytelling at the Tribeca Festival. The podcast will air every two weeks and will feature the first full episode of a new podcast series followed by interviews with the creators, hosts, performers and musicians behind the program.

The first episode of “Tribeca Audio Premieres” will spotlight “My Mother Made Me,” featuring an interview with host, author Jason Reynolds. The second episode highlights Crooked Media and Audacy’s “Mother Country Radicals,” which was created by playwright and screenwriter Zayd Dohrn and documents his experience growing up with his mother Bernandine Dohn, who was on the list of 10 most fugitives. wanted by the FBI for years. Upcoming episodes will spotlight podcasts from independent creators as well as companies such as Campside Media, QCode, USG Audio and Atypical Artists. Each season of the podcast will conclude with a live episode event at the Tribeca Festival.

“As Tribeca expands its lineup of programming throughout the year, Tribeca Audio will further expand our curatorial footprint in the world of audio storytelling, one of the fastest growing storytelling mediums today,” said Jane Rosenthal, co-founder and CEO of Tribeca Enterprises. in a report. “Through its flagship series, ‘Tribeca Audio Premieres,’ the network will champion the work of today’s top audio artists while connecting their work to new and expanded audiences.”

In addition to “Tribeca Audio Premieres,” Tribeca Audio also has five new series in development: a scripted miniseries, an audio documentary series, a short-lived experimental microcast, and an episodic podcast featuring New York City theater artists. . All work produced from the network will be accompanied by transcriptions for maximum accessibility.

The Tribeca festival ends on Sunday. “Tribeca Audio Premieres” will be available July 13 on Tribeca Audio’s Apple Podcast channel and all podcast apps.

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DEC Network Hires New Senior Director to Focus on South Dallas » Dallas Innovates https://web-link.biz/dec-network-hires-new-senior-director-to-focus-on-south-dallas-dallas-innovates/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 21:53:25 +0000 https://web-link.biz/dec-network-hires-new-senior-director-to-focus-on-south-dallas-dallas-innovates/ DEC’s new senior director, Tarsha Hearns, says she’s driven by her mission to be a voice for equity in entrepreneurship. [Photo: The DEC] A Dallas nonprofit calls on a new leader to help uplift local entrepreneurs in South Dallas. The DEC Network, an entrepreneur support and networking organization, announced the hiring of Tarsha Hearns as […]]]>

A Dallas nonprofit calls on a new leader to help uplift local entrepreneurs in South Dallas.

The DEC Network, an entrepreneur support and networking organization, announced the hiring of Tarsha Hearns as Senior Ecosystem Director for South Dallas, with the goal of making “economic impact in the communities that need it most.

“I really see this role as being a face of the Southern Sector small business community, being someone who is going to be a voice, an advocate, and making sure entrepreneurs have access to the resources they need,” said Hearns at Dallas Innovates. .

Hearns would like to see ‘more businesses start up’

In the new role, Hearns will lead the strategic planning of DEC initiatives in the southern part of Dallas, as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization’s Oak Cliff outpost, The [email protected] In addition, she will also manage the $1 million Community Navigator SBA grant from DEC.

Hearns said while South Dallas startups and small businesses need access to capital like any other business, she will focus on ensuring that women and entrepreneurs of color have better access to those resources. , in addition to having a voice in the decision-making table.

“If this was a perfect world, I wish entrepreneurs never had to say, ‘I didn’t know this resource existed,'” Hearns said. “The type of impact I’d like to see is more businesses created, more jobs created, and businesses generating enough revenue where they can have a meaningful economic impact in their own communities.”

Hearns most recently served as Director of LiftFund DFW

Founded in 2013, Le DEC opened the doors of the [email protected] in 2018. In addition to providing a space for entrepreneurs to work, connect, and collaborate, the space has hosted numerous pitch competitions and the DEC’s BIG iDEA DALLAS program, which aims to help Black founders make take a business from an idea to a “market-validated business concept”.

Hearns joins DEC from a former position as Director of LiftFund DFW, where she oversaw the Women’s Business Center of Dallas, helping more than 70 businesses get started and helping entrepreneurs secure more than $10 million in funding. Hearns also runs The Marketing Lady, a consulting firm focused on individual entrepreneurs and small business owners. She succeeds Demetra Brown, who is now senior program manager at California-based Promise Venture Studio.

“The value I bring to the table is that I walked in the shoes [of an entrepreneur] and my shoes are worn out,” Hearns said. “I have experienced my own mistakes and challenges, and I understand what the needs are. Being aware of what the entrepreneur needs, having strong community relationships can help small businesses become more sustainable and scale.

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Michael Symon to Host New Primetime Series on Food Network https://web-link.biz/michael-symon-to-host-new-primetime-series-on-food-network/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 00:30:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/michael-symon-to-host-new-primetime-series-on-food-network/ Symon’s new show, ‘BBQ USA’, will showcase the talents of contestants at top-tier barbecue competitions across the United States. CLEVELAND — Cleveland native and celebrity chef Michael Symon is hitting the road for a new Food Network primetime series. Symon will host “BBQ USA,” a six-episode series offering viewers a glimpse into the world of […]]]>

Symon’s new show, ‘BBQ USA’, will showcase the talents of contestants at top-tier barbecue competitions across the United States.

CLEVELAND — Cleveland native and celebrity chef Michael Symon is hitting the road for a new Food Network primetime series.

Symon will host “BBQ USA,” a six-episode series offering viewers a glimpse into the world of competitive barbecue grilling. The show will feature barbecue competitions across the country, showcasing the talents of grill masters with stops at various locations.

Featured in the series — which airs July 11 at 9 p.m. on the network with episodes also airing on Discovery+ — will be competitions in barbecue hotbeds like Georgia, Texas and Memphis as well as Alabama, Kansas and New Jersey. Symon released the following statement:

“Getting the chance to travel across the country and watch these ‘stars in the tail’ battle it out on the biggest BBQ stage was a dream come true. I love a good old fashioned food showdown. No matter what. Whether it’s pork, chicken or ribs, there’s nothing better than stepping over the grill or smoker in the summer to show off your skills, while interacting with the base of dedicated fans who bring these BBQ contests to life.

In Memphis, Symon will host the Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest, which with over 200 teams boasts of being the largest barbecue competition in the United States.

The director of Warner Bros. Discovery, Jane Latman, said:

“Michael Symon is no stranger to cooking competitions, having competed in some of the toughest competitions known to a chef. And with his love of barbecue, Michael hits the road to visit some of America’s best barbecue competitions, discussing with the passionate pit and grill masters who dedicate their lives to different styles of ‘cue.Michael is not only an award-winning, world-renowned chef admired by his peers, but also loved by fans, which makes him the perfect guide for viewers as he savors his way through the country.”

Raised in North Olmstead, Symon’s Food Network career spans decades, starting in 2005 when he appeared as a challenger on “Iron Chef America.” He has maintained a presence in his hometown culinary scene, and although he was forced to close several Cleveland-area restaurants in 2020, he still owns Mabel’s barbecue on E 4th Street, described on his site Web like a “Cleveland-style” barbecue incorporating local flavors and Eastern European inspiration. A second Mabel’s store opened last March in Woodmere.

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How a global network of 3D printers is helping Ukraine https://web-link.biz/how-a-global-network-of-3d-printers-is-helping-ukraine/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/how-a-global-network-of-3d-printers-is-helping-ukraine/ Placeholder while loading article actions At the beginning of March, Jakub Kaminski was at his home in the suburbs of Boston when a grim message arrived from his friend, a Ukrainian surgeon: tourniquets were rare, and without them, many Ukrainian soldiers could bleed and die. Kaminski, a robotics engineering graduate student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute […]]]>
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At the beginning of March, Jakub Kaminski was at his home in the suburbs of Boston when a grim message arrived from his friend, a Ukrainian surgeon: tourniquets were rare, and without them, many Ukrainian soldiers could bleed and die.

Kaminski, a robotics engineering graduate student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, thought his 3D printing skills might help. Over the next two months, Kaminski and volunteers he recruited designed and refined eight versions of a tourniquet – pieces of fabric connected by loops and plastic securing clips – until they make one that is durable enough for war. It was easy for a soldier to tie and could be printed with consistent quality.

Now they have uploaded their best design on the internet. About 120 individuals and companies around the world equipped with 3D printers have accessed the design. Together they made about 5,000 reusable tourniquets bound for Ukraine, where they will be sewn up and sent to the battlefield, Kaminski said.

“It’s a beautiful thing,” he said. “If you make Ukrainians feel better and allow people to help. … It’s something really special.

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Nearly four months after Russia invaded Ukraine, critical shortages of medical supplies and weaponry accessories persist. But help came from an unlikely source: those with 3D printers. Using digital files, people design supplies such as bandages, tourniquets, splints and accessories for AK-47 pistols. Using computer-aided design software, special printers create three-dimensional objects with plastics or biomaterials, enabling a major crowdsourcing effort to produce supplies and ship them to the battlefield.

But the invasion has provided the 3D printing community with a challenge beyond compare, one that highlights the impact of technology in filling real-time shortages and highlights the dangers of having to rely on ad-hoc created goods. hoc.

And although the fighting in Ukraine has diminished since its peak, the community continues to create much needed items as the war continues to drag on.

“No one believes [the war] will end very quickly,” Kaminski said. “We want to be ready…for the future.”

The history of 3D printing dates back to the 1980s, when American engineer Charles Hull patented a process called stereolithography, which uses ultraviolet light to shape objects. Over the years, this process was refined and became cheaper and faster, and machines were able to use designs created by software to print things like medical devices, spare parts, toys, and jewelry.

3D printed supplies are often useful in times of crisis. They offer medical workers, military personnel, and aid organizations the ability to design what they need and print items quickly, eliminating the hassle of international shipping and manufacturing delays. But the quality of printed products can be poor, and creating supplies with a 3D printer often takes longer than other methods, such as manufacturing with injection molds.

In 2010, during the devastating earthquake in Haiti, medical devices were printed quickly, allowing doctors to provide healthcare without waiting for equipment to be shipped from overseas. In 2018, an organization called Glia Project came to the aid of Palestinian civilians injured in the Gaza Strip while demonstrating against Israel, by creating and sending them a 3D-printed “Gaza tourniquet”.

But in February, as Russia invaded Ukraine, the 3D printing community was put to the test. The fighting in Ukraine has been fierce, many have been injured and the country’s reserves of basic medical supplies are running low. Members of the 3D printing community chatted with Ukrainian military officials, hospital administrators and charities, trying to assess what they could print quickly and which would be most useful. Tourniquets and bandages were repeated requests.

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Mykhailo Shulhan, chief operating officer of a Ukrainian 3D printing company in Lviv, said that as soon as the invasion began, he started researching how 3D printers had helped in other conflicts. His company decided to supply trauma bandages – large pieces of fabric that cover large wounds – and produced around 2,000 a month.

But now, Shulhan said, different things are rare. In the early days, he said, when paid military troops made up the bulk of the fighting force, medical supplies were sorely lacking. But over the following months, as more and more volunteers joined the Ukrainian resistance, weapon components and accessories became necessary to cope with the increased number of soldiers.

These days, his company, 3D Tech Addtive, develops and prints a range of weapon accessories: AK-47 holsters so soldiers have a way to rest their guns; bullet magazines since empty cartridges are often thrown away instead of being reused; carrying bags for grenades; and more recently anti-reflective lenses for sniper scopes to reduce glare and prevent Ukrainian snipers from being seen. (In total, they supplied more than 5,000 components to the front lines, Shulhan estimated.)

Meanwhile, the pace of production exacted a toll. At the start of the invasion, there were great shortages of printing filament, mainly because local suppliers were in war-torn areas. These suppliers have since moved to western Ukraine and resumed supply.

Now the challenges are different. Almost all of his company’s 30 3D printers come from China, he said, and they have occasionally broken down and needed spare parts. It was difficult to get them as they are expensive and getting them shipped proved difficult. “There are times when a 3D printer breaks down and we can’t do anything with it for two or three weeks,” he said.

While most 3D printers create supplies to stop death or ease combat conditions, others focus on rehabilitating soldiers.

Brett Carey, a physical therapist in Hawaii, is designing 3D-printed splints that can be sent to fighters. Hand fractures are very common in times of war and when improperly treated can cause long term problems. “You need your hands for so many basic hygiene and survival tasks,” he said. “If soldiers are properly strapped in, they should be able to fully use their hand again within eight to 12 weeks.”

Carey has created two digital splint models that have been uploaded online and 3D printed over 1,500 times. If the injuries are advanced, he asks people to send him images of their injuries using EM3D – a 3D imaging app – which allows him to make a bespoke splint which is then shipped to Ukraine. And in the future, he said, supplies that improve long-term medical outcomes will likely be needed.

“There’s such a focus right now on life-saving technology,” he said. “But there is definitely a need on the rehabilitation side, so that after the injury people can start to get their lives back.”

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Kaminski, who posts his tourniquet designs online, said he’s worried about some 3D printers sending supplies to the battlefield. At the start of the war, he noticed that many printers wanted to help, but they created models of medical supplies that resulted in poor quality products. He also noticed standard China-made tourniquets being deployed in the field and breaking.

Seeing this, Kaminski and a group of volunteers worked for weeks to redesign their tourniquet to meet the highest medical standards.

Kaminski filmed the device being knocked over by a fire truck to show its durability. Volunteers from labs in Poland tested the 3D-printed tourniquet to prove it could withstand over 150 pounds of pulling pressure. Ultrasound tests were carried out at Worcester Polytechnic Institute to show that the tourniquet could completely stop blood flow. Now Kaminski has sent a batch to a Johns Hopkins University volunteer for testing.

“It’s unethical to just come up with a totally new tourniquet design and deploy it in war,” he said.

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Florida Wins USA Today Network SEC Women’s All-Sports Title https://web-link.biz/florida-wins-usa-today-network-sec-womens-all-sports-title/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 13:32:28 +0000 https://web-link.biz/florida-wins-usa-today-network-sec-womens-all-sports-title/ GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida won the 2021-22 USA Today Network Southeastern Conference Women’s All-Sports title. It was the 24e SEC All-Sports women’s title for the Gators program, which celebrates its 50th anniversarye season of this academic year. Tennessee won its first SEC Overall All-Sports title. The Vols also won their first SEC Men’s All-Sports title […]]]>

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida won the 2021-22 USA Today Network Southeastern Conference Women’s All-Sports title. It was the 24e SEC All-Sports women’s title for the Gators program, which celebrates its 50th anniversarye season of this academic year.

Tennessee won its first SEC Overall All-Sports title. The Vols also won their first SEC Men’s All-Sports title since 2007-08. UT has won two SEC titles in 2021-22 — baseball and women’s swimming.

Tabulation for the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Rankings ended after the close of the regular season baseball game, the last sport to determine a league champion in the 2021-22 season. Florida finished second in the league with four SEC team titles in 2022 – gymnastics, men’s swimming and diving, men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track and field.

Did you know?

  • Florida’s 255 all-time league tag team titles are the most in the SEC. Over the past 10 seasons, Florida has won 50 titles.
  • Florida has won at least one SEC All-Sports title (overall, men’s or women’s) 32 of the past 38 seasons, including 29 titles overall.

Florida SEC 2021-22 Titles:

Florida finished second in the SEC with four 2021-22 SEC titles:

  • Gymnastic
  • Swimming and diving men
  • Men’s Tennis
  • Outdoor athletics for women

Another Florida sport won a league crown in 2022 as the Gator lacrosse team captured the American Athletic Conference title — its 11th consecutive league title in three different conferences.

How is the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Award figured?
Points are awarded based on the number of teams competing in a sport (for example – 14 teams compete in SEC baseball, giving the winner 14 points, runner-up gets 13, etc. Four teams compete in sports equestrian, awarding four points to the winner). A program’s point total is divided by the total number of teams competing in the school’s sports fields and this quotient ranks the teams in the final USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Rankings. Cross-country, indoor and outdoor athletics sports are combined. A program’s outdoor track finish accounts for half of that, while the remaining two quarters are based on cross-country and indoor finishes.





USA Today Network Southeastern Conference All-Sports Package


Total points for school finish in each SEC sport in which it competes
/ Total number of competing teams
in sports and school grounds
= Quotient ranked for
end of program
(e.g. SEC champion baseball receives 14 points; equestrian sports 4 points)

(for example – Florida’s men’s total of 92 participating teams obtained by adding
14 (basic) + 14 (MBB) + 14 (FB) + 14 (GLF) + 10 (S&D) + 13 (TEN) + 13 (T&F) = 92


About the SEC All-Sports Trophy:

This is the second year of the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Award. The USA Network is the nation’s largest local-to-national digital media organization.

GateHouse Media’s four-season run as the award’s sponsor ended in 2019-20. The Halifax Media Group awarded the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 trophies. The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group presented the awards for the 1994-95 to 2010-11 seasons. Prior to that, the league compiled SEC All-Sports totals.

And after?

UF hopes to finish among the 10 most successful sports programs in the country for the 38e consecutive year with the publication of the final national ranking of all sports on July 5. Florida is the only school to rank among the nation’s 10 most successful athletic programs every year since 1983.

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2021-22 USA Today Network SEC All Sports Overall Ranking

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School
Total of

Part. teams

Points

Quotient
1 Tennessee 200 154 0.77000
2 Florida 208 154 0.74038
3 Arkansas 198 124 0.62626
4 USL 208 120 0.57692
5 Alabama 208 118.5 0.56971
6 Georgia 212 120 0.56604
seven Texas A&M 204 114.5 0.56127
8 Kentucky 208 115 0.55288
9 Auburn 212 115 0.54245
ten Mississippi 178 96.5 0.54213
11 Caroline from the south 204 90.5 0.44363
12 Vanderbilt 164 58 0.35366
13 Mississippi State 178 62 0.34831
14 Missouri 208 60 0.28846



















Women
Square School Total of

Part. teams
Points Quotient
1 Florida 116 88 0.7586
2 Tennessee 108 81.5 0.7546
3 Mississippi 96 62 0.6458
4 USL 116 73 0.6293
5 Arkansas 116 70.5 0.6078
6 Alabama 116 69 0.5948
seven Kentucky 116 63 0.5431
8 Auburn 120 64.5 0.5375
9 Georgia 120 62 0.5167
ten Caroline from the south 112 54.5 0.4866
11 Texas A&M 112 51.5 0.4598
12 Vanderbilt 82 29.5 0.3598
13 Mississippi State 96 31 0.3229
14 Missouri 116 31 0.2672



















Men
Square School Total of

Part. teams
Points Quotient
1 Tennessee 92 72.5 0.7880
2 Florida 92 66 0.7174
3 Texas A&M 92 63 0.6848
4 Arkansas 82 53.5 0.6524
5 Georgia 92 58 0.6304
6 Kentucky 92 52 0.5652
seven Auburn 92 50.5 0.5489
8 Alabama 92 49.5 0.5380
9 USL 92 47 0.5109
ten Mississippi 82 34.5 0.4207
11 Caroline from the south 92 36 0.3913
12 Mississippi State 82 31 0.3780
13 Vanderbilt 82 28.5 0.3476
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Skyline Communications and Lutech Spa to Deploy SDN-Controlled Media Network for Rai Way https://web-link.biz/skyline-communications-and-lutech-spa-to-deploy-sdn-controlled-media-network-for-rai-way/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 21:06:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/skyline-communications-and-lutech-spa-to-deploy-sdn-controlled-media-network-for-rai-way/ Following the related public call for tenders, Rai Way selected Lutech Spa and its partner Skyline Communications for the deployment of their new IP video and audio contribution and distribution network. Leveraging the flexibility offered by an all-IP software-defined media network orchestrated by DataMiner, Rai Way implemented a brand new contribution infrastructure for its video […]]]>

Following the related public call for tenders, Rai Way selected Lutech Spa and its partner Skyline Communications for the deployment of their new IP video and audio contribution and distribution network.


Leveraging the flexibility offered by an all-IP software-defined media network orchestrated by DataMiner, Rai Way implemented a brand new contribution infrastructure for its video and audio network. This includes transformation to IP video transport and switching over a quad-redundant network for optimal reliability, supporting both compressed and uncompressed SMPTE ST-2110 and ST-2022-6/7 signals. Services can be easily interconnected and routed in multiple ways by Rai Way operators, using the DataMiner software’s intuitive control surfaces.

The overall solution is being rolled out in sync with the Italian DVB network‘s frequency refarming and DVB-T2 switchover program, which imposes a strict project timeline scheme.

Working with Lutech Spa as Rai Way’s lead integrator, Skyline provided an open solution where a converged Cisco and Arista all-IP infrastructure run in parallel, maximizing availability to the highest standards. In this system, DataMiner is not just the SDN service orchestrator and management system acting as the IP fabric; it actually manages end-to-end services, including all multimedia edge devices and compressed signals in DTT/DTH equipment.

“The project for Rai Way has been very interesting, and we are proud that they have deployed DataMiner not only as an SDN service orchestrator, but also in other projects that source and consume data from the IP fabric, such as video management. line heads,” said Bart Reynaert, key account manager at Skyline. “They used DataMiner as their overall management system, providing complete observability and control over all vital parts of the media supply chain. The project needed to be able to not only deliver around the clock, but also provide the quality and reliability associated with this type of infrastructure. In addition, the solution required the degree of resiliency and security required by this industry. Skyline/DataMiner can offer all of this, to enable and support the digital transformation of its customers, facilitating their technology, but also enabling them to collaborate across the entire value chain.

“Lutech Spa is honored to have been selected as the main integrator for the Rai Way all-IP video matrix project”, commented Aurelio Severino, Senior Account Manager at Lutech Spa. “The main task of the Lutech project was to integrate IP networking technologies, such as Cisco and Arista, with broadcast-grade A/V systems from top vendors, such as Imagine and Enensys, and to have all components of the solution well-orchestrated and managed by Skyline’s DataMiner platform Skyline’s engineering and development teams worked around the clock to meet the project’s strict deadlines, dynamically adapting the solution as required of Rai Way in a very fast, flexible and agile way.

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iOS 16 finally lets you see your WiFi network password https://web-link.biz/ios-16-finally-lets-you-see-your-wifi-network-password/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 21:20:49 +0000 https://web-link.biz/ios-16-finally-lets-you-see-your-wifi-network-password/ The iOS 16 update includes a range of quality of life improvements that make using an iPhone more enjoyable, and one of those small improvements is password access to the WiFi network you’re on. are currently logged in. If you’re at a friend or family member’s house and you don’t know the WiFi network password […]]]>

The iOS 16 update includes a range of quality of life improvements that make using an iPhone more enjoyable, and one of those small improvements is password access to the WiFi network you’re on. are currently logged in.

If you’re at a friend or family member’s house and you don’t know the WiFi network password even though you’ve connected to it before, there’s no way to see it in iOS 15. That changes in ‌iOS 16‌.

When you open the WiFi section of the Settings app and then tap on the network you’re connected to, there’s a new “Password” option. Tap on it to display the password for this WiFi network, after authentication with Face ID, Touch ID or a password.

This is a handy feature if you need to share a password with someone else or want to sign in on another non-Apple device where sharing isn’t automatically available.

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Heavy rain hits Florida, floods Miami vehicles https://web-link.biz/heavy-rain-hits-florida-floods-miami-vehicles/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 21:33:34 +0000 https://web-link.biz/heavy-rain-hits-florida-floods-miami-vehicles/ Parts of South Florida were inundated with heavy rain and winds on Saturday as a storm system that hit Mexico moved across the state. Miami officials warned drivers of road conditions as many cars were stuck in flooded streets. “This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. Traveling in these conditions is not recommended. Better […]]]>

Parts of South Florida were inundated with heavy rain and winds on Saturday as a storm system that hit Mexico moved across the state.

Miami officials warned drivers of road conditions as many cars were stuck in flooded streets.

“This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. Traveling in these conditions is not recommended. Better to wait. Turn around, don’t drown,” the City of Miami tweeted.

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Parts of South Florida were inundated with heavy rain and winds on Saturday as a storm system that hit Mexico moved across the state.

Miami officials warned drivers of road conditions as many cars were stuck in flooded streets.

“This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. Traveling in these conditions is not recommended. Better to wait. Turn around, don’t drown,” the City of Miami tweeted.

The city was towing stranded vehicles on the flooded roads.

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said the storm tested the drain pump system the city recently installed as climate change has increasingly made flooding an issue in the low-lying area.

“We got the water out pretty quickly, but in some areas obviously it was really difficult,” Gelber said. “There were some issues crossing some streets, one of the main thoroughfares was impassable, but overall the water is dissipating.”

The National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm once known as Agatha in the Pacific Ocean will become known as Alex in the Atlantic Ocean basin, if it achieves tropical storm status.

At 2 p.m., the storm was centered about 25 miles south-southwest of Fort Pierce, Florida. It was moving northeast at 18 mph (30 km/h). A tropical storm warning was in effect along the state’s east coast south of the Volusia-Brevard county line to Jupiter Inlet and the northwestern Bahamas. A tropical storm watch was in effect for Bermuda. Maximum sustained winds were recorded at nearly 40 mph (65 km/h) with stronger gusts.

The storm is expected to reach tropical storm strength off the east coast of Florida by Saturday evening and is expected to strengthen through Monday as it moves away from Florida and into the Atlantic Ocean.

In Cuba, the storm killed three people, damaged dozens of homes in Havana and knocked out power in some areas, authorities said. Heavy rains continued on Saturday, but lessened as the weather system moved away from the island.

Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said most government services, such as bus lines and trains, plan to operate normally over the weekend. Canal levels in South Florida have been lowered to minimize flooding from heavy rains.

The Atlantic hurricane season officially began on Tuesday. This is an unusually early start to storm season, but not unprecedented for Florida.

The National Hurricane Center predicts that rainfall of up to 10 inches (25 centimeters) is possible in southern Florida, including the Florida Keys. The storm is not expected to produce high winds or major storm surge. But local flooding is likely.

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