Introduce customers to products specifically designed to drive data analytics and AI workloadsAre your prospects and customers running high-performance computing (HPC), virtualization, database analytics and machine learning workloads? If so, it’s time to start speaking to those businesses about the latest product launches from Dell EMC, the world’s leading server provider.1Award-winning2 Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, featuring Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, are built from the ground up with a no-compromise approach to deliver a real difference to all sizes of organizations.That’s even more the case now that we’ve added two brand new high-performance server solutions to the already comprehensive PowerEdge portfolio.The exciting new PowerEdge R840 and R940xa servers were first revealed at the Dell Technologies World conference in Las Vegas earlier this month – and now they’re ready to ship.3When businesses are running complex and demanding workloads, they need robust and reliable server technology that can cope with tasks effortlessly and keep operations running seamlessly. These new PowerEdge servers provide high-performance and high-margin 2U and 4U 4-socket alternative offerings to HPE’s ProLiant solutions.Download the updated PowerEdge Rack Server Channel Quick Reference Guide.Dell EMC PowerEdge R840: Turbocharged data analyticsThe new Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 server is ideal for customers with in-database analytics workloads. This powerhouse is coupled with extensive resources to maximize performance for the most demanding applications, such as analytics, in-memory databases and dense virtualization.The PowerEdge R840 delivers unprecedented performance density enabling customers to benefit from turbocharged in-database analytics:Drive 4S performance in a 2U dense form factor.Minimize latency with a direct-attached NVMe drive (up to 24) configuration.Accelerate critical workloads with GPUs or FPGAs.Add capacity with up to 26 internal drives and expand with up to 6 PCIe slots.Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors with up to 112 cores.48 DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 6TB of memory.Dell EMC PowerEdge R940xa: Extreme acceleration for businessThe high-performance PowerEdge R940xa is expressly designed to help accelerate database applications, to quickly scale capacity and capability, and to drive data center efficiency.This high-end 4U 4S rack solution gives customers the ability to drive GPU database acceleration for business-critical applications, with dynamic scalability that’s ideal for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning workloads:Accelerate workloads with up to 4 GPUs in a 1:1 CPU/GPU ratio or up to 8 FPGAs.Scale on-premise capacity with up to 32 drives (including up to 4 NVMes) and 12 PCIe slots for expansion.Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors with up to 112 cores.48 DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 6TB of memory.Promote these new PowerEdge servers to analytics and AI customersThe Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 and R940xa servers are ready to ship right now.3 So this is the perfect time to call existing and prospective data analytics and AI customers to discuss new roadmap opportunities and plan future investments.Everything you need to start the conversation about the benefits of these all-new, high-performance, 4-socket servers is available on your dedicated Partner Portal Page.> Explore all the educational and marketing resources available to you (Partner Portal login required)1 Dell Inc. and HPE/New H3C Group were statistically tied in worldwide server revenue and worldwide x86 server revenue due to a difference of one percent or less in the share of revenue. Source: IDC Quarterly Server Tracker, Q4 2017 2 Channel Pro Reader’s Choice Award Gold Winner: Dell EMC for ‘Which vendor offers the best Server Hardware?’ and CRN Winner 2017 for Industry Standard Servers: Dell EMC.3 New Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 and R940xa servers available in selected countries only, please contact you Dell EMC account manager for details.
The 5th annual Kelly Brush Century Ride drew 675 riders and raised $275,000 for spinal cord injury prevention and research on Saturday.The ride, which began and ended at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, included 23 participants using hand cycles. The day was postcard perfect with clear blue skies and temperatures in the 70s. “We are absolutely thrilled to see such strong support for the foundation and our mission,” said Charlie Brush, Kelly Brush Foundation president. “Our thanks goes to each and every rider whose participation helps the Kelly Brush Foundation make a positive difference in the lives of those with SCI and raises the bar for ski racing safety.”The 100-mile ride raises money for improving ski racing safety, enhancing the quality of life for those with SCI through adaptive sports equipment grants, advancing scientific research on SCI and supporting the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team.The ride continues to grow each year. The number of participants grew by about 175 this year and fundraising increased by about 40 percent.For every $5,000 raised by a team or individual, the foundation donates adaptive sports equipment in the name of the team or individual who raised the money. In addition, funds raised support ski racing safety grants awarded to ski clubs and racing organizations across the country for safety netting to line race courses and safety gear for racers.The Kelly Brush Century Ride was started by the Middlebury College Ski Team as a way to raise money to buy an adaptive mono-ski for team member Kelly Brush, who was paralyzed as the result of a ski racing crash. Brush and her family later founded a non-profit, and the ride was opened to the public. On Saturday’s ride, participants rode distances of 28, 50 or 100 miles, with options for 65 and 85 mile loops.The Kelly Brush Century Ride is made possible thanks to the generosity of participants and sponsors including: VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations, Sugarbush Resort, Shearer Audi, Audi of America, KeyBank, Saatchi & Saatchi and Champlain Investment Partners and others.About the foundation: The Kelly Brush Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving ski racing safety, enhancing the quality of life for those with spinal cord injury(SCI) through providing adaptive sports equipment, advancing scientific research on SCI and supporting the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team. Kelly Brush, together with her family, started the foundation in 2006 after she sustained a severe spinal cord injury while racing in NCAA Div. 1 competition as a member of the Middlebury College Ski Team in Vermont. The Kelly Brush Foundation affirms Kelly’s ongoing commitment to live life on her own terms and better the lives of others living with SCI. www.kellybrushfoundation.org(link is external)BURLINGTON, Vermont (Sept. 14, 2010)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 58-year-old Lake Grove woman died over the weekend following a hit-and-run crash that left a man dead, injured two others and a driver arrested in Medford a week prior, Suffolk County police said.Lynn May was standing next to her parked vehicle when she was hit by a Hyundai Santa Fe driven eastbound on Granny Road by 61-year-old Kathy Horan of Medford on Friday, Feb. 19.Horan, who allegedly fled the scene, also struck 28-year-old Peter Quoma of Selden, and his two passengers who were standing near his parked Nissan Maxima.Quoma, who died shortly after the crash, had hit the Lake Grove woman’s car moments before he was hit, police said.Horan’s bail was set at $150,000 bond or $75,000 cash. She is due back in court April 4.
“It is genuinely how I feel. I’ve got a young family and I want everything to be spot on before I make that decision. I think I need to win a major before that decision is made.”Having said that, if Clayton continues on his upward trajectory, he may have a decision to make sooner rather than later.After kicking off the year with a run to the last eight at the Masters, the 46-year-old has also progressed to the semi-finals at the UK Open and the European Championship, losing out to Price and Peter Wright respectively.He succumbed to Michael van Gerwen in his first televised final at the Players Championship Finals in 2017, yet he’s a more formidable proposition now, which augurs well in his pursuit of glory.“I’m knocking on the door a few times now, so hopefully my bit of luck will come through and it will be my time at the Grand Slam or the Worlds,” said Clayton. Jonny Clayton helped create history on Sunday, as he and Gerwyn Price clinched Wales’ maiden World Cup crown Clayton featured as a challenger in the 2020 Premier League back in March This presents the perfect opportunity for Clayton to capitalise on this momentum. He was devastated after succumbing 11-8 to Wright in last month’s European Championship semi-finals – a remarkable miscount at a crucial juncture proving expensive.Fortunately for ‘The Ferret’, his World Cup medal ensures that is a distant memory, and now the full-time plasterer is focused on raising his darting ceiling.“I let myself down there [European Championship] but I know I can play darts and lifting that trophy has got to give me confidence. It is my second trophy with the PDC.“Austria was my first and this is definitely the biggest trophy. Hopefully this is going to kick me on and the confidence is definitely there, it’s just putting it all together and carrying on.“There are massive competitions left – the Grand Slam, the World Championship and also the Players Championships. I’m looking forward to it.”Follow the action from the Grand Slam with all nine days covered on Sky Sports Arena from November 16-24. If you are out and about follow via our live blogs and @SkySportsDarts for regular updates. Having flourished in tandem last weekend, the pair will now lock horns at the Ricoh Arena after being pitted together in Group G of the cross-code event alongside Pro Tour winner Ryan Joyce and women’s world champion Mikuru Suzuki.Price is eyeing a third successive Grand Slam crown, yet for Clayton, he is targeting a major title that could aid his bid to become a full-time professional. Gerywn Price bigged up his partner Jonny Clayton in a great team effort to claim the World Cup for Wales. “When we used to play Rugby, the hooker usually listens to the scrum-halfs, but I think he’s a bit bigger than me so I won’t talk to Gezzy about the Grand Slam. I’ll keep that to myself!”Clayton offers a little chuckle as he discusses the prospect of dethroning his World Cup partner, but he’s got every reason to be buoyant following his exploits in Salzburg.The pair struggled to fulfil their potential in their previous two World Cup appearances as a partnership, but they performed magnificently in Austria to become the fourth nation to lift the coveted title.“I’m a very proud man. I think we both are to be honest. I don’t know if you’ve spoken to Gezzy [Price] but on the way back on the flight, we were both still buzzing. It was a great night,” he added.“We’re proud Welshman, so to represent your country and win the World Cup for the first time for your country, it’s a special time and I’m over the moon to be honest.” Clayton’s best major results – Advertisement – Live Grand Slam of Darts November 16, 2020, 1:00pmLive on “I still work. I’ve thought long and hard about do I give up to concentrate on darts?” Clayton told the Darts Show podcast.“I am afraid to take that step and I’m going to leave it as it is at the moment because if darts doesn’t go well, I’ve still got that income coming in. ‘The Ferret’ recently regained his place in the world’s top 16, but he remains the highest-ranked player to balance his darting commitments with a full-time job, as a plasterer for Carmarthenshire Council.Glen Durrant is a prime example of what can be achieved when taking the plunge. The three-time BDO world champion left his job as a housing manager after 30 years when he claimed a PDC Tour Card last January, and now he’s a Premier League champion.However, the pressure of competing against the world’s elite is heightened when you are solely reliant on your performances to earn a living, which Clayton concedes is the main factor behind his hesitation.- Advertisement – Masters quarter-final (2020) Players Championship Final (2017)
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday that he took another coronavirus test and the results were expected Wednesday as he hopes for a negative result two weeks since falling ill.”I did the test now. Early tomorrow the results will come out,” Bolsonaro told supporters, speaking at a distance across the moat in front of his official residence.”If God wants to give a negative, things will return to normal.” Outside of the United States, Brazil is the worst-hit country in the coronavirus pandemic. The presidents of both countries have played down the extent of the crisis.Bolsonaro is one of nearly 2.2 million people in Brazil who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to health ministry statistics released on Tuesday.More than 81,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Brazil.Bolsonaro tested positive for the novel coronavirus on July 7 but by the next day said he was already feeling well. A follow-up test last week also came back positive for the virus.Bolsonaro has previously said he has taken the anti-malarial drug hydroxycloroquine – unproven for treating coronavirus but touted by US President Donald Trump – and credits the medication as the reason for his mild symptoms.He said that he will travel to the northeastern state of Piaui on Friday, presuming he is well.With the toll of the pandemic rising rapidly, Brazil is also a major center for testing potential vaccines for the virus. On Tuesday, human trials of a second vaccine began and the government approved trials of a third.Topics :
Metro Sport ReporterThursday 6 Jun 2019 10:09 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Arsenal are also said to be interested in Claude-Maurice (Picture: Getty)Unai Emery has also been looking for Matteo Guendouzi to help convince Claude-Maurice that his future lies at the Emirates as the midfielder played alongside him at Lorient.AdvertisementAdvertisementHowever, Arsenal now look to be in danger of missing out on the versatile attacker after West Ham firmed up their interest with an official offer.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityManuel Pellegrini is looking to assemble a squad capable of finishing higher than last season’s 10th place in the Premier League and is eager to get his business done early.The Hammers have already signed two goalkeepers with Roberto and David Martin both joining on free transfers while the club have also launched a bid for Barcelona’s Andre Gomes.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement West Ham have made a move for FC Lorient star Alexis Claude-Maurice (Picture: Getty)West Ham appear to have stolen a march on Premier League rivals Arsenal in the pursuit of FC Lorient striker Alexis Claude-Maurice by submitting a £10m bid for him.The 21-year-old forward is expected to leave Lorient this summer following their failure to seal promotion to Ligue 1 and has been tipped to move to England with newly-promoted Norwich City also interested.Claude-Maurice, who is a France Under-20 international, netted 14 goals in 35 league matches last season and has also been linked with Monaco, Lille and Frankfurt.Arsenal, operating under a strict transfer budget of around £40m this summer, were reported to have put together a £9m deal for Claude-Maurice last month.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Advertisement West Ham launch £10m bid for Arsenal target Alexis Claude-Maurice
Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield The Angels could announce their manager by Monday, a source said this week. The World Series begins on Tuesday, and Major League Baseball discourages teams from making major announcements during its jewel event.Baldelli, 37, has been a coach on the Rays staff for the past four years. He spent seven years as a big league outfielder, mostly with the Rays.Baldelli has also reportedly been interviewed for the managerial openings with the Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins and Cincinnati Reds. That accounts for five of the six openings, all except for the Baltimore Orioles.Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros As the Angels close in on a decision on their next manager, Tampa Bay Rays major league field coordinator Rocco Baldelli has joined the list of those confirmed to be among the 10 candidates who have formal interviews for the job.Baldelli’s inclusion was first reported by the Tampa Bay Times.He joins a group that includes Brad Ausmus and Eric Chavez, both special assistants to Angels general manager Billy Eppler; Houston Astros bench coach Joe Espada, Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde and former Gold Glove shortstop Omar Vizquel. Vizquel said he’s already out of the running.Those are the only six confirmed candidates, with the first round of interviews complete. It’s unknown how many of them will have second interviews. Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Senad Lulić celebrated his 30th birthday yesterday, and as a present from Lazio he got – a new contract.After fingers surgery, the B&H national team player successfully returned on the field yesterday and crowned it with a goal against Bologna in guests, for one point (2:2).The Roman club offered a new contract to Lulić, until summer 2020, which Lulić accepted.Lulić came to Lazio from Young Boys in June 2011, signing a five-year contract which was to expire this summer.So far, Lulić played 130 matches and scored 17 goals for Lazio.(Source: klix.ba)
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Mike Sonko the governor of the Kenyan capital city, Nairobi, included a few small bottles of the cognac, Hennessy, in his COVID-19 care packages.The governor confirmed the news on Tuesday during a news briefing and he justified the inclusion of alcohol as “throat sanitizer.”“I think from the research conducted by the World Health Organization and various organizations, it has been believed that alcohol plays a major role in killing the coronavirus,” Sonko said in a video.However, the World Health Organization has stated that alcohol does not protect against coronavirus.WHO actually advises people to minimize their consumption of alcohol.Many people are condemning the governor’s actions including Githinji Gitahi, the CEO of Amref Health Africa, a medical nonprofit.