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Italy gives green light to 5G auction rules

first_img Related Author Italy’s Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) approved 5G spectrum tender conditions set by communications regulator Agcom in May, the country’s industry and labour minister Luigi Di Maio announced.“With the publication of the call for tenders and the tender regulations, Italy is positioning itself as one of the leading countries in Europe for the development of the 5G,” he said in a statementThe auction is expected to raise at least €2.5 billion for the government.In a statement in May, Agcom had said MISE will organise the tender, which will cover the auction of frequencies in 694MHz to 790MHz; 3.6GHz to 3.8GHz; and 26.5GHz to 27.5GHz bands.It designed rules to help to create new entrants, focusing purely on infrastructure in the market.Agcom also said the move makes it the first European regulator to define rules for the allocation of the “pioneer” bands touted for 5G.Auction doubtsHowever, last month Italy’s 5G spectrum auction plans were cast into doubt as reports emerged broadcasters had launched a legal appeal against rules for vacating the 700MHz band.Separately the country’s mobile operators were tipped to boycott the whole process because they felt the starting price was too high and bidding rules too rigid.MISE has yet to reveal if it will take any of these concerns into consideration.The first tender is scheduled for the end of September, although the sale and allocation of frequencies is unlikely be finalised before the end of 2022. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 12 JUL 2018 Tags Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelona Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more center_img Home Italy gives green light to 5G auction rules Previous Article5GAA performs European connected car firstNext ArticleUS fund manager bags $1B SoftBank stake Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito Asia Saleha Riaz 5GItalyspectrumlast_img read more

Fatal attraction

first_imgOne of the saddest stories I ever heard about a lawyer in love was that of New Zealander Gary Alderdice – known as ‘Never Plead Guilty Gary’. After the collapse of his marriage in the 1990s, the Hong Kong-based Alderdice started making trips on the hydrofoil to neighbouring Macau (pictured). Gambling there had been invaded by the Russian mafia, in association with the local triad organisations, and a whole army of prostitutes (mainly from the Vladivostok area) was working the hotel circuit. Among them was the exceptionally attractive strawberry blond Natalya Samofalova. Her contract had been signed in Macau and, as protection for themselves, the local triads had very sensibly retained her work papers. For Alderdice, it was a question of love at first sight and his feelings do seem to have been reciprocated. He took up with Samofalova in early April 1994 and the pair stayed first in his hotel room and then in a cottage at the Westin Resort until early May. Then came Alderdice’s fatal mistake: he declined to pay her owners for her services. When her papers came up for renewal, the triads refused to return them to her and she was obliged to leave. On 23 June Alderdice flew to Vladivostok, where he was met by Samofalova at the airport. He had, it was said, taken with him about $150,000. The next day Samofalova’s mother called at her flat and found both Alderdice and her daughter dead. It was thought that Alderdice had taken the money to buy his girlfriend’s contract but the pair had been killed to demonstrate the power of the mafia, who had left the money untouched. Five years after the killings came a confession from a woman the police would initially identify only as Olga, who had worked with Samofalova. She claimed she and two other men had been persuaded to rob the pair. Alderdice had been shot and Samofalova tied to a chair and tortured to make her reveal the whereabouts of the money, but only $2,000 was found. Unfortunately for the police, Olga succumbed to a drug overdose just four days later. One of the men subsequently denied the story. The other man, whom she said had actually shot the pair, is thought to have died in a gangland killing back in 1995. It is just one of those stories where the suspects are conveniently dead or untouchable. James Morton is a writer and former criminal defence solicitorlast_img read more

Clarke grabs share

first_imgWith accurate drives and iron play, Clarke hit all the greens in regulation and his deft putting touch gave him birdies at Nos. 3, 6, 8 and 9 in a front-nine 32. The defending champion went on to birdie the 12th, 16th and 18th to draw even with overnight leader Kase, who had a 70 after a pair of 66s.Kase, who is aiming for his fourth career title, three-putted for a bogey on the second and fifth holes but bounced back to card four birdies to cling to the top of the leaderboard.Mitsuhiro Tateyama fired a 66 and climbed into third at 11-under 205, followed by Fijian Dinesh Chand (68) and Steven Conran of Australia (69) in a tie for fourth at 207.Six players stand another stroke back. GOTEMBA, Shizuoka Pref. (Kyodo) Darren Clarke moved back into a share of the lead with tour veteran Hideki Kase after shooting a 7-under-par 65 in the third round of the Mitsui Sumitomo VISA Taiheiyo Masters on Saturday.First-round joint leader Clarke made seven birdies, including two in the final three holes, in a blemish-free round on the Taiheiyo Club’s Gotemba Course as the Northern Irish player moved to 14-under 202 a day after a second-round 71 dropped him five shots off the pace. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

LSU left with what could have been against Bama

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.BATON ROUGE –Christmas came early for LSU — a fumble wrapped in Crimson with a Tide bow on top at the Alabama 6 with 1:13 to play in a 10-10 deadlock.But the 6, the 13, another 13 on the way and Alabama coach Nick Saban, aka Satan and born on Halloween, mixed an evil eggnog that LSU spit up like a witch’s brew in a 20-13 loss in overtime Saturday night at Tiger Stadium, which is haunting both ways again.“I have a bad taste in my mouth from that game,” LSU coach Les Miles said after his fourth straight loss to his nemesis and second in a row at home after leading in the final minute.“Can I wake up from this bad dream now please?” LSU punter Jamie Keehn tweeted Sunday morning.“I can’t believe we gave it to them,” LSU safety Jamal Adams followed.“It’s a tough one to swallow,” said LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye, whose 39-yard field goal with 50 seconds to go in regulation apparently gave LSU a 13-10 win — its first over Alabama since 2011. “I wish it would’ve ended differently. We don’t deserve that.”Story: Lang III: Cruel ending spoils special evening at LSUHere is LSU’s trilogy of doom over the final 1:13 of regulation that led to Alabama outscoring the Tigers 10-3 for the win:1. First-and-goal for LSU at the Alabama 6 after middle linebacker Kendell Beckwith recovers tailback T.J. Yeldon’s fumble. … 1:13 remaining:“We were on the edge,” Alabama cornerback Eddie Jackson said. “But we had faith in our offense to go down there and score if we could hold them to a field goal.”After a rush for no gain by tailback Terrence Magee, LSU left guard Vadal Alexander draws a 15-yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct after pushing defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson. But officials either miss or ignore Robinson pulling Alexander’s leg before Alexander reacted.“I am going to want to look at the personal foul down on the goal line before I comment,” LSU coach Les Miles said. “I am going to investigate because that penalty changed the whole complexion of the game.”Story: Guilbeau: SEC ref guilty of unnecessary officiatingLSU settles for a 39-yard field goal by Delahoussaye for a 13-10 lead with 50 seconds to play.“Obviously, that was impacting. Close game, you’ve got to score a touchdown, especially on the 6-yard line,” LSU center Elliott Porter said. “They got a penalty that dragged them back, and that helped out a lot,” Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland said.“When the defense went out there after the fumble, I told them, ‘This is where you show you know how to win.’ We had to hold them to a field goal,” Alabama coach Nick Saban said.“If we don’t get that 15-yard penalty there, we are on the five or six,” Miles said. “We are talking about driving it in for seven. Then, even if the mistake is made on the kickoff, the game would be out of reach. That penalty was at a tremendously pointed time in that game.”2. LSU kicks off. … 50 seconds remaining.Kicker Trent Domingue hits his kickoff badly, and it goes out of bounds at the Alabama 11. By rule, Alabama takes over at its 35-yard line with 50 seconds to play. “I told him to kick it out of the end zone,” Miles said. “I didn’t tell him to squib it.”3. Alabama’s third-and-4 at the LSU 48. … 21 seconds remaining.With his team out of timeouts and out of field goal range, quarterback Blake Sims gets Alabama into field goal range by finding wide receiver Christion Jones for 22 yards to the LSU 26. After hurriedly getting the snap for the next play, Sims spikes the ball with 12 seconds to go. Jones had two catches for 16 yards before that play. Sims then hits wide receiver DeAndrew White for another 16 yards to the LSU 10 with seven seconds to go. Adam Griffith boots a 27-yard field goal to tie it 13-13 with :03 to go in regulation. In the first quarter, Griffith missed a 27-yard field goal off the left upright into the same north end zone.“We probably should get a little more pressure. It’s just that they’re catching balls in the flat on the way out of bounds,” Miles said.“When the offense went out there with 50 seconds left in the game, I said, ‘This is where you show that you know how to win,’” Saban said. “We got to go kick a field goal with no timeouts. The players did a great job in the face of those circumstances, and it continued into overtime.”Story: 50 ticks from LSU win, but Bama wins in OT Overtime seemed more like a simple denouement. There was no climax. Tiger Stadium was deftly quiet and shocked with some 100,000 seemingly frozen with mouths wide open … but nothing coming out. Meanwhile, the few thousand in crimson rocked, and the Tide just tied the loose ends together and finished business.Alabama went up 20-13 with the first possession of overtime on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Sims to White. Sims completed 6 of his final 8 for 80 yards and a touchdown over the last drive of regulation and overtime after entering those stages just 14 of 37 for 129 yards and a touchdown.LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings threw four incomplete passes with one drop on the Tigers’ OT possession to finish 8 of 26 for 76 yards with an interception and a touchdown, and it was over. On the last play, there was contact between Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones and LSU wide receiver Malachi Dupre in the end zone, but no flag.“I’m not the referees,” Dupre said. “He grabbed my hands. He didn’t hit the ball. He was facing me. Another tough thing to swallow. The referee didn’t make the call. We lost.”The Tigers (7-3, 3-3 SEC) fell out of SEC West contention with the loss and from No. 14 to No. 20 in the polls. They will play at Arkansas (4-5, 0-5 SEC) at 7 p.m. Saturday on ESPN2 and will close the season at Texas A&M (7-3, 3-3 SEC) on Thanksgiving at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN. Alabama (8-1, 5-1 SEC) has a four-game winning streak over LSU for the first time since 1989-92, and it has won three of the last four in Tiger Stadium — the most dominant stretch by the Tide at LSU since taking 14 of 15 from 1971-98. Alabama also remains in the mix for the SEC and national championships. The Tide hosts No. 1 Mississippi State at 2:30 p.m. Saturday on CBS.“It was a match until the very end. To me, this is football,” Alabama center Ryan Kelly said.“It was tough down there. It’s always this way here,” Saban said.“I have a team that played a great game, a tough game, a very physical game and could have expected to finish first in that game,” Miles said. “You all can look and see the number of ways we could have won this football game.”LSU at ArkansasSaturday, 7 p.m.TV: ESPN2.. 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