Praxair Electronics reveals price amendments

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Mayfair sells stake in DNV GL

first_imgThrough its DNV Holding entity, Stiftelsen Det Norske Veritas acquired Mayfair’s 36.5 percent stake on December 8.DNV GL was formed in 2012 through the merger of Mayfair’s Germanischer Lloyd (GL) and Det Norske Veritas (DNV).”Since we invested in Germanischer Lloyd in 2006, the company has expanded its position, and through the merger with DNV became a world market leader in its industries. The integration is now complete. We thank the Foundation [Stiftelsen Det Norske Veritas] for the collaboration, and we wish DNV GL and its employees continued success,” said Günter Herz of Mayfair.Stiftelsen Det Norske Veritas says it sees assuming full ownership as the best investment to fulfil DNV GL’s purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment.Group president and ceo of DNV GL, Remi Eriksen, said the move signalled a new chapter in DNV GL’s history. “Moving forward with one strong owner with a long-term view and a fully aligned purpose will be good for DNV GL’s customers and employees.”According to DNV GL, there will be no changes to the management, organisation, name or branding. DNV GL’s headquarters for the maritime business area will remain in Hamburg.Leif-Arne Langøy, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Stiftelsen Det Norske Veritas, and also Chairman of the Board of Directors of DNV GL. www.dnvgl.com www.mayfair-hamburg.de www.detnorskeveritas.comlast_img read more

Richardson RFPD Introduces Low Insertion Loss SP3T RF Switch from Peregrine Semiconductor

first_imgSwitch Features High Linearity and Isolation in Miniature Package  Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced the immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a new RF switch from Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation. The PE42430 switch was developed on Peregrine’s patented UltraCMOS® technology and combines low insertion loss with high linearity, high isolation, and small package size, making it well suited for WLAN and Bluetooth® applications in the 2.4 GHz band, as well as general broadband switching applications. An on-chip CMOS decode logic facilitates a three-pin CMOS control interface, and, because VDD is derived from switch-control inputs, there is no need for a VDD pin. Key features of the PE42430 include: ·         HaRP™ technology-enhanced UltraCMOS device ·         Low insertion loss: Typical 0.45 dB @ 1 GHz; Typical 0.55 dB @ 2.5 GHz ·         Isolation: 40 dB @ 1 GHz ·         IIP3: Typical +66 dBm ·         P0.1dB Compression: Typical +30 dBm ·         Excellent ESD tolerance: 4500V HBM and 250V MM on all ports ·         No external VDD required ·         Package type: 8-lead 1.5 x 1.5 mm DFN Common configurations are in stock and available for immediate delivery. To find more information, or to purchase the device today on the Richardson RFPD website.last_img read more

Mourinho needs to buy five or six new players – Neville

first_imgFormer Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, has said Jose Mourinho must sign “five or six” new players before next season.United drew 0-0 with West Brom last Saturday – their 11th draw of this season.On Monday, Mourinho admitted that the Europa League represents their best chance of qualifying for the Champions League.After the West Brom game, the former Chelsea boss blasted his attackers for not being consistent and Neville is expects another big summer.“In some ways, when you can easily identify your weaknesses and where you need to strengthen, that’s a good thing,” Neville told Sky Sports .“At this moment in time too many mistakes have been made and I think Jose will know that. His frustration with his strikers after the game on Saturday was real.“He’s lining it up, you can see it already. There’s talk of Griezmann coming but he’s lining up for another big summer. It’s not just the attack where he’s short.“He needs a centre-back and a holding midfield player. He needs five or six to come in and probably two or three will go.”last_img read more

Rose Drops 50 In Wolves Win

first_img 360p 720p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 Karl-Anthony Towns added 28 points and 16 rebounds for the Wolves in the win, while Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz with 26 points.The Wolves will begin a lengthy road trip with a game at Golden State Friday night. Tip-off is set for 9:30 p.m. The game can be heard on AM 1240 WJON. 1080p HDcenter_img About Connatix V56892 The Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Utah Jazz 128-125 Wednesday night at Target Center. The Wolves are now 4-4 overall this season, and 4-1 at home.Wolves point guard Derrick Rose dropped a career-high 50 points on 19-31 shooting the guide Minnesota to the win. He also dished out six assists and blocked Jazz guard Dante Exum’s potential game-tying three pointer as time expired in the fourth quarter. 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip last_img read more

Albion lift U-17 Zone title

first_imgA splendid six-wicket haul from left-arm spinnner Gourav Ramesh allowed Albion to contain a dangerous Rose Hall Town Bakewell side to a manageable total and secure a two-wicket win in the Zone final of the Berbice Cricket Board 2019 Under-17 final at Hampshire yesterday. In another encounter, Rose Hall Town B defeated Albion B by 65 runs at the Albion Sports Complex ground.At Hampshire, Rose Hall Town Bakewell batted first and posted 121 in 30 overs while Albion reached 124-9 in 35.1 overs.Richardo Ramdehol and Vikash Subramanie got Rose Hall Town off to a flyer but Ramesh got into the attack and struck in his first over, removing Subramanie for 13 (two boundaries) while Leon Cecil accounted for Jonathan Rampersaud leaving Rose Hall Town 44-2.Albion A defeated Rose Hall Town Bakewell for the Zone title. Ramesh got some purchase on the flat track and  removed Ramdehol for 20 as well as top scorer Jaron Gopilall for 29 (three boundaries). Cecil dismissed Jonathon Deviera and Lucas Arthur cheaply while Ramesh made light work of the lower order to end with 6-18. Cecil support with 3-27.In the chase, Albion’s top order got them off to a blazing start with Riad Karim and Hemendra Gurdyal scoring 34 and 22 respectively. Mavindra Gopilall pulled back the scoring with two quick wickets and Rampersaud tried valiantly by grabbing three wickets, leaving Albion needing 21 runs with three wickets in hand.However, Tameshwar Mahadeo’s unbeaten 22, coupled with five dropped catches allowed Albion to take the title.Rampersaud finished with 4-30 while Ramdehol and Gopilall took two wickets each. In the clash of the B teams, Rose Hall Town B batted first and posted 150 with Jeremiah Felix hammering nine fours on his way to 72.Christopher Deroop added 24. Dameion Cecil (3-21), Tameshwar Mangal (3-22) and Afraz Boodhoo (2-32) were the main wicket takers.In reply, Angelino Ramdial took 5-14 as only Reyad Mohabir (15) and Getesh Samaroo (16) reached double figures as Albion crawled to 85 in 24.3 overs.last_img read more

Valley ranks 4th in U.S. for homeless

first_imgWhittier City Councilman Owen Newcomer, a member of LAHSA’s board of directors, said the joint-powers agency between Los Angeles city and county can use the study to help policy makers craft a plan to end homelessness. President Bush mandated in 2004 that major American cities end homelessness in 10 years. “Change is coming,” Newcomer said. “Commitments are coming.” A flood of money for homeless programs is poised to bolster services in the region. The county Board of Supervisors approved last month $24 million for homeless programs, and Villaraigosa said Los Angeles is prepared to spend $50 million. The federal government is expected to spend $60 million on the county’s homeless and Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas, D-Los Angeles, said millions in state funding is in the works. Joe Colletti, head of the Institute for Urban Research and Development, said taking census of the homeless shows the problem is shared by everyone in the county. “The idea is, do we share a common solution?” he said. IURD, which runs a homeless program in El Monte, has created somewhat of a cottage industry in counting homeless people. Colletti’s group conducted the 2005 studies for Pasadena, Long Beach and Riverside County. Bush’s mandate requires homeless counts every two years for cities and agencies such as LAHSA in order to qualify for federal dollars, he said. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – The San Gabriel Valley ranks fourth in the county in homelessness, according to a study released Thursday. The Valley has 9,254 homeless people, according to the “2005 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count.” Pasadena conducted its own homeless count in 2005, coming up with an estimate of 1,200, according to the author of that census. Countywide, the study estimates about 91,000 people are homeless on any given night and 221,363 were homeless at some point during the year. It’s the equivalent of one out of every 110 county residents living on the streets. The study released during a news conference in South Los Angeles breaks down for the first time the demographics of the county’s homeless population. Those details are available on the Internet at www.lahsa.org. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa AnitaThe study was directed by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority with the help of dozens of homeless service providers turning in a physical head count of the homeless over two nights in January 2005. The data released Thursday show a breakdown of where in the county the homeless are living and gives policy makers a better idea of who is homeless in the county. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said it shows Los Angeles County is the homeless capital of America. “Before today, everybody thought it was just political hyperbole,” Villaraigosa said. The homeless count is a strong tool for policy makers to use to determine a solution to the county’s homeless problem. last_img read more