While microwave and millimeter wave high-power vacuum electron devices (VEDs) remain “below the radar” of many industry observers, the total available market (TAM) for this segment is still over US$1 billion for 2018. These findings are from ABI Research’s Microwave and Millimeter Wave High-Power Vacuum Electron Devices market data report.Despite their size, and although these tubes remain essential elements in specialized military, scientific/medical, and space communications applications, this market is generally under-reported and poorly understood by those not directly involved in it.Essentially, this continues to be a stable industry despite several rounds of consolidation in the past decade. However, one competitive RF semiconductor technology – gallium nitride – will change the landscape. While it is not yet near monopolizing the microwave RF power industry, GaN is advancing steadily and is a technology that should be closely watched, as it will be a threat to some aspects of the microwave and millimeter wave VED marketplace.The size of this historic market continues to surprise and its longevity and firm resistance to RF power semiconductor encroachment is just as surprising; however, that will change to some degree as GaN devices move up in frequency and power.More information about these findings can be seen in the ABI Research Report – Microwave and Millimeter Wave High-Power Vacuum Electron Devices market data report.
Next Game: UU scored a run with an Abbie Page single, but West Florida ended the game in the sixth with three more runs. The first came on a pinch-hit single from Kara Wilson that scored McLellan, and Meghan Toney tripled down the left field line to score Moore and Wilson, giving UWF the 12-4 walk-off win. After West Florida’s three unanswered runs, Union picked up a couple more in the fifth, with a triple from Emily Bennett and a single from Mathis – just one of her three hits and RBIs in the game. Union struck for three runs in the third inning, cutting UWF’s lead to 6-3, but Tiona Hill homered down the left field line in the fourth to score Perkins and Callan Taylor and stretch the lead back to six runs, at 9-3. Sassman singled in the first to score Jibrasha Moore, who singled to lead off the game and stole second. The offense kept going with a three-run home run from Perkins – her second of the day. After UWF took the 4-0 lead, Perkins struck out the side in the second inning and West Florida blew up for another pair of runs in the second. Sassman ripped a double into left center to score Meghan Toney and Smiley singled to score Sassman, putting UWF up 6-0. That duo, plus Mika Garcia, Jibrasha Moore and Meghan Toney each had three hits on the day, and Tiona Hill added three RBIs with a home run in the second half of the doubleheader. Watch Live Olivia Printiss and Grace Gilbert combined to allow four earned runs in the loss, and they totaled three strikeouts. Full Schedule Roster UWF scored two runs against Taylor Manley in her 3.1 innings of relief, in which she earned a save, but the Argonauts could muster just one hit over the last two innings. GAME 1: UWF 5, Union 6Union got out to a quick 4-0 lead in the second inning, with hits from Peyton Mathis and Sarah Smith and a sacrifice fly from Gabby Morris. But the Argonauts would not be held scoreless for long, scoring one in the bottom of the second with a line drive to dead center field from Perkins, and another two runs in the fourth on a single from Callan Taylor that scored Perkins and pinch-runner Harley Tagert to make the score 4-3 in favor of Union. Preview Union 3/4/2018 – 1:00 pm West Florida set season highs in runs (12), hits (17), RBIs (12), doubles (3), triples (3), and home runs (2) in the second game of the doubleheader. Rhiannon Sassman and Tori Perkins each hit .600 on the day, and Perkins led the team with four runs scored, two home runs, five RBIs, nine total bases and a 1.800 slugging percentage in the doubleheader. Perkins also picked up a win in the circle, going five innings and striking out seven in Game 2. GAME 2: UWF 12, Union 4The UWF offense came alive in Game 2, scoring a season-high 12 runs with six of those coming in the first two innings. PENSACOLA, Fla. – The offense for the 14th-ranked University of West Florida softball team came alive on Saturday in the team’s home-opening doubleheader against Union, when the Argonauts totaled 17 runs and hit .431 in a split. UWF is now 10-8 with a 3-4 mark in conference play, while Union is now 5-8 with a 2-5 record in the Gulf South Conference. Perkins earned her second win of the season by going five innings and striking out seven with just five hits allowed. Grace Gilbert finished things off with an inning of relief and a strikeout. With the score 6-3 heading into the bottom of the fifth, Sassman led off with a hit by pitch and Smiley scored her with a double to left center. Perkins brought in pinch-runner Courtney McLellan two batters later with a sacrifice fly to center, cutting the deficit to 5-6. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version West Florida wraps up the series on Sunday at 1 pm with a single game against the Bulldogs. Live Stats
Everton boss criticises Yerry Mina’s first season in England CEST 2. Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Fulham, 22 million pounds) 12. Yerry Mina (Everton, 27.5 million pounds) RELATED STORIES IN SPORT.ES 23/04/2019 7. Adama Diakhaby (Huddersfield, 9 million pounds) 8. Ben Gibson (Burnley, 16 million pounds) 5. Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Brighton, 17 million pounds) At the top of the list is Manchester United’s Fred, who cost 52 million pounds last summer, while ex-England internationals Joe Hart (Burnley) and Jack Wilshere (West Ham) also feature. Upd. at 20:49 Worst signings in the Premier League 2018/2019: 1. Fred (Manchester United, 52 million pounds) 6. Joe Hart (Burnley, 3.5 million pounds) Anna Pérez Roura 4. Maxine Le Marchand (Fulham, 30 million pounds with Jean-Michael Seri) Denis has not found his place in London and has played just 95 minutes across six games. And with only a few games remaining in the Premier League, he’s not going to play much more. He’s 10th on the list. Yerry Mina, sold to Everton last summer, and Denis Suarez, currently on loan at Arsenal, have both been named and hsmaed. ‘The Athletes Hub’ have named their 12 worst signing in the Premier League this season and two of the names on the list are past and present Barcelona players. 9. Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea, 71.6 million pounds) 10. Denis Suarez (Arsenal, loan from FC Barcelona) 11. Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton, 16 million pounds) 3. Jack Wilshere (West Ham, free) Colombian international Yerry Mina, who left Barça for 30 million euros, is 12th on the list. Injuries have held him back and he’s only played 14 games for Everton. Denis Suárez y Yerry Mina, entre los peores fichajes de la Premier
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Against Blackwater, Garcia has cautioned his wards about one other thing:“I told them that we cannot take Blackwater for granted, because this is not the same team (that we are used to beating in the past).”Today’s game will also give Blackwater coach Leo Isaac a gauge on how far the character of his team has developed ever since snagging the most-chased amateur in Mac Belo.The 6-foot-4 former Far Eastern ace in the UAAP has been every inch the player he is touted to be, averaging just under 23 points and eight rebounds a contest.Meanwhile, Nash Racela formally makes his PBA coaching debut later at 7 p.m. when TNT KaTropa shoots for a piece of the lead, and a third straight win, in its clash with Meralco.ADVERTISEMENT Senators to proceed with review of VFA MOST READ Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports PH among economies most vulnerable to virus “It’s chemistry that we need to develop quickly,” Garcia told the Inquirer over the phone yesterday after wrapping up preparations for their 4:15 p.m. clash with Blackwater today for a piece of the elimination round lead at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.“Yes, we have the material to contend and even win,” Garcia said. “But we will still have to get used to playing with each other. We are breaking in James (Yap) slowly and Jay (Washington) is starting to learn his role in the team.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliThe Painters will be coming off a 108-103 loss to Barangay Ginebra, which seemed like a won game for them coming into the last six minutes until they fired blanks in the stretch and failed to contain the Gin Kings.“It’s in situations like that where we need to know each other a lot better,” Garcia, who took over immediately after Yeng Guiao left for NLEX, went on. “Basically, we played a good game against Ginebra, until we made some bad decisions in the endgame.” Racela will be calling the shots starting today, though he sat beside assistant Josh Reyes for the first time last week in a victory over Blackwater.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH EDITORS’ PICK Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughter Boxing, UFC fusion fight on tap? Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND Former FEU head coach and now TNT mentor Nash Racela. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netCaloy Garcia believes that what he has now at Rain or Shine is a lineup that is good enough to win the PBA Philippine Cup.But having taken over just over a month before opening day and with its cornerstone taking his act to another team, Garcia believes that the Elasto Painters are back in their infancy stage.ADVERTISEMENT Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes We are young As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
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On October 17th, Intel is hosting an Immersion Day event at the Connected Health Conference in Boston that we’re calling “SOLVE: Healthcare—Building Better Solutions With Technologies that Matter.”Building on our inaugural SOLVE: Healthcare event hosted by UCSF on March 21st, we—along with leading healthcare delivery organizations and startups—will reiterate and expand upon common themes from the earlier conference. We’ll explore:Taking the digital foundation that has finally emerged in healthcare and transforming this from a “system of record” into a “system of insight.”Moving beyond being “data rich but insight poor” in healthcare.Using predictive AI to prevent chronic care conditions from turning into acute care situations.We’ll also expand our focus to the edges of healthcare, where patients engage with the healthcare system at three different points of care: Bedside, home, and specialty care. The intersection of IoT, AI, and healthcare VR are transforming the edges of healthcare with new insights and are fundamentally altering the point-of-care experience for doctors and patients.Healthcare Analytics at the BedsideReal-time monitoring and AI are transforming the hospital bedside and making costly complications a thing of the past. This is enabling early detection of some of the most common complications that contribute the most to additional hospital costs and increases in length of stay. Doctors can get real-time access to vital point-of-care information and analytics-based alerts for these costly conditions. This enables physicians to spend more time with patients instead of reviewing information.The ICU, for instance, generates a huge amount of patient data. Most of these samples are taken infrequently and must be approved by a nurse, and the information is often low-fidelity and prone to error. And, despite the huge amount of patient data, less than one percent of it is actually available beyond the bedside or within the EHR.Intel’s collaborative partners are putting to work the 99 percent of previously ignored patient data in clinical decision-making with new FDA-cleared intelligence platforms that store all these signals directly from bedside monitors so physicians can get an accurate and complete picture of a trend in patient physiology.Home Care and TelehealthRemote patient monitoring is transforming the way patients are engaged and is making home care the new standard of care. AccuHealth is going after chronic illnesses with an innovative, preventive home-based remote care approach. Chronic illness is responsible for 86% of annual healthcare expenditures in the United States.In Chile, where AccuHealth is based, the average cost of an ER visit ranges anywhere from $50 to $3,000, and the average cost of a day in the hospital starts at $1,800. Costs soar even higher with each care-related procedure and treatment performed. To help prevent these acute events and keep chronic illnesses in check, AccuHealth has developed a patient-centric healthcare model that shifts reactionary, facility-based care to preventive home-based remote care.Using wearable sensors linked to a smart Intel-based monitoring device that connects to the AccuHealth virtual hospital remote monitoring center, patients perform three-to-five-minute “check-ups” throughout the day from the comfort of their homes. Patient data is sent in real-time to a data center where powerful Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors apply data mining and predictive modeling to identify issues so they can be addressed before they escalate. In the event of any alarming shifts, caregivers proactively intervene before an ER visit or hospitalization is required.AccuHealth’s results are promising. They recently monitored 15,000 patients and drove a 42% decrease in ER visits, reducing costs to insurers by up to 50% per patient.Specialty Care TransformedAI, visual computing, and virtual reality are transforming neurosurgery, radiology, and soon pathology. Not only does this result in improved outcomes and improved patient satisfaction, but doctors are more satisfied with their work, too.Surgical Theater creates an enterprise-wide virtual reality medical visualization platform called Precision VR. They take MRI and CT scan images of patient brain/body parts and fuse that together to create immersive 3D environments that are transforming patient education and engagement. This also delivers next-generation surgical planning and navigation capabilities.Patient satisfaction is important. Up to two percent of reimbursement costs in 2017 was lost or gained based on patient satisfaction. Patients can rate their experience via the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey. Results can create new incentives for hospitals to improve quality of care and affect medicare reimbursement and private investment. Shared decision-making between patient and doctor has been shown to reduce the cost of care for patients with preference-sensitive conditions. Engaged patients cost less.This is only a small peek into what we’ll dive into at the SOLVE: Healthcare event. Several other healthcare organizations are using technology in new and unexpected ways. They’re improving and sometimes even saving lives while building a new foundation for healthcare.
Cornered by allegations of corruption in the Commonwealth Games’ preparations and isolated within his own party, under-fire Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi on Wednesday said he is ready to face any CAG or judicial probe into the financial transactions related to the event.”I, as Chairman of the Organising Committee, am prepared to face any scrutiny by (Comptroller and Auditor General) CAG or even a judicial probe for all financial transactions being reported by the media. All the people found guilty will be punished and brought to book,” Kalmadi said in a statement.Kalmadi’s statement came a day after more allegations of irregularities and the Indian High Commission’s e-mails being ‘doctored’ came to light. The Congress party also distanced itself from Pune MP.Kalmadi reiterated that the all transactions were carried out by the full approval of the OC’s various finance committee and he did not have any individual say on these matters.”The financial procedures at the Organising Committee are well laid down and transparent. Any proposal that is prepared by the Functional Area Head first gets vetted by the OC Finance Committee which has two representatives of Government of India, and after that it is referred to Finance Sub-Committee, comprising of three Senior representatives of Government of India,” he explained.”Thereafter, the proposals are submitted to the Executive Board for its final approval. Chairman OC, in his individual capacity, does not have any financial powers,” he added.Kalmadi said, nonetheless, he has taken note of the various reported bunglings. . “60 days are left for the start of XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 to be held in New Delhi and 43 days for Games Village to open when about 8000 athletes and Officials from all continents of the world start arriving to participate in the Games,” Kalmadi said. “During the last week, media has come out with various stories regarding the irregularities in the orders/ procurement etc. of QBR Launch Function at London/Overlays and association of M/S Sports Marketing and Management (SMAM) in obtaining the Sponsorship for the games.advertisement”I have taken a serious note of these reports and appointed a three member committee headed by Mr. Jarnail Singh, the Chief Executive Officer and two members, Mr. G. C.Chaturvedi, Special Director General and Ms. Gurjot Kaur Chief Vigilance Officer of Organising Committee to look into all the details of QBR Launch Function, Overlays and SMAM issues. The Committee has been asked to submit its report by August 5, 2010,” the statement read.The Indian Olympic Association chief was left red-faced on Tuesday when the Ministry of External Affairs said that the e-mails from the Indian High Commission that he made public to justify huge payments to a UK-based firm were ‘doctored’.His back against the wall, Kalmadi has been isolated in the OC as well with some his own colleagues demanding an emergency meeting to discuss allegations of corruption, which have also been highlighted in a Central Vigilance Commission report.