30 Burst results for "NEC"

"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I would get from the S&P, I would be taking down the stock stock results of the S&P, and so we learned that that everything, including business news, we learned about the world and it was, you know, it was like watching the world go by from this amazing seat. One of the things I did, I'd been into paper about four weeks and the head copy boy said, hey, Bernstein, go out to burning tree country club, president and Eisenhower is there. He's playing golf. He's go out there. We've got a photographer. We want you to pick up the film from the photographer who's photographing I playing golf. I had an employee's card that became a kind of press card that I would wear around my neck from the Washington star. I went out to burning tree and the cabbie once he saw this sort of press card I was wearing. Took me straight to the green, the putting green where the president of the United States about ten feet for me was sinking cuts and off to prison knives and hours right was the photographer. And he motioned to me the photographer opened up his camera, gave me the film inside. And before I went back to the office with it, I took out my notebook and I study it Eisenhower about ten 12 feet for me. It was the first time I had ever seen a president of the United States. And I saw that he had brown spots on his hands. He was the oldest president. And it was about to be succeeded by the youngest ever elected Jack Kennedy. So these are the experiences that I describe in the book. When you talk about what you learned from being in the newsroom in person with these people, getting out with people, it makes me realize that the youngsters today who are coming up are missing out on so much by all of this work from home, they don't have these mentors there to be able to learn from them in whatever business places they're going. I think that's true. That we have got to kind of institutional quickness that we're looking for easy ways in this culture and it's one of the reasons I think that the United States is having many of the difficulties that it's having, including its place in the world. The idea that we have to do things that we no longer go through the necessary steps to do things right. Look at our educational system with failures of our educational system in this country. Institutional failures, regulatory failures. Why do we find these things? Because one, the great meritocracy that existed in this country after World War II, no longer exists in this country, but we have instead our institutions, yes, they're looking for profit. Yes, they're trying to do some things. But they're not succeeding very often because of all these shortcuts and particularly in news. We need to go back to the basis, basics. As we see in all the president's men, as we see in this book about the joy of a kid learning the craft, go back to those basics. That's the pod for today. Thanks for sticking with us this week. It's been a long one. Squawk box is hosted by Joe kernan Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Tuning weekday mornings on CNBC at 6 eastern. To get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show, right into your ears, listen to and follow squawk pod, wherever you get your podcasts. Have a great weekend. We are clear thanks guys. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club of Jim Cramer, be among the first. Get tips straight from Kramer, the only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club..

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"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"The personal agony it would have evolved. After two years of scandal, the release of secret White House recordings exposing his complicity and the growing threat of impeachment. I have never been a quitter. To leave office before my term is completed is abhorrent to every instinct in my body. But as president, I must put the interests of America first. He was, and remains, the first president to step down while in office. I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow. We are now outside on the south lawn of The White House, where in a few moments the president and his family will come out and board a helicopter. And the final wave, the way we've seen hundreds of times on the.

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"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Welcome to squawk box here on CNBC. I'm Becky quick along with Joe kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin. The Supreme Court handing down a major decision on vaccine mandates blocking the Biden administration from enforcing what was a sweeping vaccine or test requirement for large private companies. And the written opinion, the court said, quote, requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans selected simply because they work for employers with more than a thousand employees exceeded the authority that Congress has given ocean. Now, the court did allow that vaccine managed to stand for medical facilities that take Medicare or Medicaid payments. The court's ruling will not prevent U.S. companies from requiring vaccinations for their workers if they want. And President Biden urged them yesterday to do so interestingly, the BRT that this is roundtable in a couple of other groups came out quite publicly and said that they unabated that they will continue to pursue vaccine mandates at their companies. So while this will maybe change the outlook for certain companies in terms of how they approach this some of the biggest companies in the country continue to want at least to do this on their own and you remember at one point we talked about how so many of those companies had wanted that had wanted the administration effect to step in to give them air cover so that they could do it. So this is sort of an interesting new development and all of that. There were other trade organizations that were calling this a victory yesterday, including the national retail federation, which did not want to be forced to look for these because they've had such problems finding workers. I think some transportation companies kind of feeling the same way. It depends on where you are, how difficult it is to find workers. And I guess if those workers are front facing to the public too, may make a difference. And yeah, there are more than a few that were up. And some that welcomed the ruling, but said they plan to continue with their own mandates. It's almost as if they want the flexibility to do it. There's a lot of conjecture yesterday. There's three. There's three. Divisions of government, not four agencies all along this administration knew that this was a long shot in a workaround and I think the Supreme Court actually mentioned some of veron claims comments about how we've got this clever way of for a workaround to get this through. And they were almost cynical about the notion that they were trying to game it that way. And I don't know whether it was punitive, but they certainly they certainly mentioned that. So, you know, we're going to have Brian desan and Brian is in charge of the NEC and all things economic. And I don't think in his wildest dreams at Goldman Sachs, he ever thought he would have to be sort of secretary of Health and Human Services. So his job is to try and get the economy going. And there's no doubt that when you have all the issues surrounding mandates and people not wanting to work and quitting and leaving and not being able to have the labor force that you'd have in normal times, I'm not saying he's like, makes his job a little easier, but I think it does make his job a little easier, because, you know, trying to say, well, a year from now, our economy will be doing much better because of mandate. Right now, we got supply chains. We got inflation. We saw that yesterday. So I'm going to ask him that when he's on and just say, in the back of your mind, are you okay that maybe we won't have quite as many? With am a crime, maybe we need to revisit the whole idea because vaccines do not you can be quadrupled and you can still think it so you get less sick. I think I make it so you can do it. I mean, of course, of course. Of course, the hospitalizations are almost all not the personal people who aren't vaccinated. Everybody who's counting. I think that keeps me out of it all. Vaccinated. I mean, that's the truth. There's no doubt. The truth is in both morbidity. And most have the point is if you don't want Andrew, please. I know how you feel. I know it's Friday. It's a morning show. If you've been boosted and you get overwhelmed, you're fine. If you haven't been back that no preaching. No preaching today. No whiny preaching. I got it. I understand that. I heard the preacher. For the last three minutes about how I know. No, I did not. I didn't say that at all. I just said that. Remember once when you told me do the news, do the news. I'm gonna do the news. Breaking overnight, top ranked tennis player, Novak Djokovic. Has lost his fight to stay in Australia for a major tournament overnight. Australia's immigration minister revoked his Visa saying it was in the public interest to do so. It's unclear whether Australia will move to deport Djokovic because the decision can still be challenged by his legal team. Now Djokovic arrived in Melbourne last week, promptly had his Visa canceled for entering without a valid exemption for the country's vaccination requirement. On Monday, a judge ruled that he should be a loud to stay back. This one's pretty interesting. Because there were mistakes made on both sides of that. But Djokovic didn't do himself any favors by being picked up with pictures, publicly posing with kids with other people, at least a day or two after he had been supposedly tested positive for COVID. So I don't know if you guys caught the Australian. Are you circling around in this text? Because when we talked about this last earlier in the week, I thought you were on the joke about stuff. No, are you kidding? I said, no, there should be no special rules for anybody because of who they are. That was my stance earlier. Well, I thought I thought you were on the other end of it. No, no, no. My problem with this was rules for the but not for me. I mean, everybody, if they're going to have rules for people, they should apply to everybody evenly. And that should always be the case. Even if you look at the fine details on this, you were supposed to apply for that exemption by December 10th. He didn't apply and didn't get COVID until December 16th. So no matter how you look at this, there were some rules broken along the way. The Australian government messed it up, clearly one of their judges was angry that they had taken his phone away and not given them access to his legal team. But he broke the rules. And has flouted it and was exposing people to COVID knowing he had it along the way to boot. So it's hard. Did you guys see? Did you see the video? This is now very meta for us of the two anchors in Australia. That's what I just mentioned. The two anchors in Australia with the hot mic I think nailed it. No matter how you look at this, he's a jerk. They had some saucier language for it, but no matter how you look at it, he's kind of a jerk. And it's love to see him play tennis, but he went around this the wrong way. I was hoping nobody's got us on the hot mic during the commercial breaks. So. Yes. There, but for the grace of God, right? Or John, our audio guy. Next, on squawk Todd inflation insider trading and laying the groundwork for America's next chapter. Plus, how will pay for that? Coming to us from The White House national economic council director Brian deese. If we focus on measures like child care, healthcare, the cost of prescription drugs, lowering those costs and offsetting those across time from an economic perspective, that actually is a way to not add to inflationary pressures, but actually expand our economy's productive capacity. CNBC's workforce executive council is a premier group of C suite human resources executives from leading companies across the country. It offers a members only portal and chat, plus exclusive industry content, with access to breaking news calls and digital networking experiences. The network and resources HR leaders need now..

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"About earlier with large customer base that may have any telephony products on prem, being able to help provide a bridge into a hybrid environment because this can't just be one way. Being able to make sure that you've got the same numbers being able to make sure you got the same experience, but it's cloud enabled from that standpoint. As well as for customers, they just want to go cloud. They just want to be able to have the standard piece. But being able to present that awareness that familiarity that NEC has been honored actually to with a large product set in North America. We have a lot of end users that understand that kind of those concepts were telephony. So being able to cover it on the cloud side on the on prem side and then making it transparent between the two. That's a really big part of our strategy for our channel partners to understand so they're not that ended. The other key thing is that we can do a lot of different ways in working with the channel program. In other words, we offer and have always offered the traditional what we call customer ownership. That model is where the channel partner is taking the top line revenue in the product set. Doing that on a monthly reoccurring basis and it's their decision on the way that they want to do it. We're not forcing them in any way to do that. There's also the options for going ahead and doing an agent model and a revenue share model. So in those areas, if the channel partner doesn't have the infrastructure in the ability to do the monthly reoccurring, because it is very different in going from a CAPEX fail to an OPEX sale and making sure you have the right systems in place. We're bringing those options whether the channel partner wants to go ahead and take more of the frontline support and to do the support on the product set or they really want to just actually an agent model and not have to deal with that bring all that back to any state where NEC is doing all of that. But there's still involved in the channel and they're still working directly with the end user from that standpoint. So being able to have a suite of services that allows that to happen, that's really, really important for us and flexibility. You know, we've got a great reputation, like you said. I mean, a lot of the loyal partners wouldn't be with us unless we took care of them over the last couple of decades. And supporting them from that standpoint. And bringing all of the suite of technology NEC being a Fortune 500 company with all of this, a lot of intellectual property, being able to have that relationship with the channel partners to be able to embrace that technology and to bring that to marketplace. That's kind of a high level value proposition that we have in attracting new partners and it's enriching the existing channel partner base for us..

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So we have to have the technology components. The other part that's really important in this evolution into an as a service model is to make sure that you have the right programs in place in the right training in place that allows our channel partners to digest it understand it and be able to take the services to market. So it's really those two parts. And in before I go into the channel area, because I think that's with the readership here. There's a lot of interesting parts to our program. But if you look at the technology areas, the ability to we were one of the first to integrate contact center into our uca solution with our engaged platform with connect. And then also marrying that with our collaboration schools like meet share as well as and protecting the data with applications and services like our backup as a service and our recovery service. So building out a suite of services that are synergistic. Starting from a core telephony platform basis, where our channel partners understand that. And then helping them strategically adopt those technologies and introduce those technology services to their client base. That's really, really important for us from that standpoint. I know there's been coming off the heels of this PCA event last week. A lot of discussion about Microsoft Teams from an integration standpoint. It's absolutely a coexisting strategy. We realize that there's not a single strategy in any season very transparent about that. So we were one of the early adopters to implement the U Cass integration with teams from that standpoint as well as all of the routing and the other variables that a channel partner should consider in the way that they're approaching our customer and that the way that the communications takes place also adds a lot of decisions for the channel partner and for the end user from that standpoint. So having a very flexible model and expanding into the teams area and the coexistence area, very important part of our overall strategy when it comes to technology services. You'll see us in the near future expanding those services into other areas like security, strategically in areas to protect data to protect communication. Obviously, you know when he sees a big 5G player 5G is a big part of our corporate strategy and being able to while it's at the carrier level and actually being able to take that technology rationalize it and bring it down to the channel, just to channel partners can add value to that. Another key part of our strategy to be able to deliver them on the technology front. In terms of security, as well as additional functionality that is going on. I think that, you know, you can speak today that there's a lot of issues that are going on in the carrier space right now with a lot of DDoS attacks going on. That type of technology is going to alleviate that kind of thing from going on in the general sense. So that's on the technology side. On the channel side, the key areas for us are being able to have a lot of choices. As I mentioned, it can not be monolithic. So whether it's going to be taking advantage of the on premise solution that we were talking.

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"This is the green and on the publisher of telecom reseller, and today with Mike Mitch, who is the sail director for any C corporation of America's universe blue sail strategy. Mike, thank you for joining me today. Doug is pleasure. It's great to get back together with you. Always. Well, this is really excellent. We're having this meeting and this podcast on the two big occasions we're going to beat podcasting today on behalf of the cloud communications alliance and here are publications. And in the background, of course, we have our Friends at the enterprise connect event meeting virtually. So there's a lot happening this week, and with that in mind, I think all of our readers know who any see us, but maybe you could just tell me a little bit more about any C universe blue. Sure. So NEC universe blue is our suite of as a service. And as he was found it is what you could consider to be a CAPEX equipment company selling products selling many PBX systems. Vast array of different technology components. And we embarked on the universe blue strategy, several years ago, starting with our collective product set and expanding it into a number of other areas. Utilizing any C technology, but delivered as a service. And that service has done through various models. We can talk a little bit more about that today. But essentially, it's a suite of services that our channel partners can easily adopt and that we put in place programs to help them adopt that technology, not only for existing any C on premise solutions, but also emerging new solutions, a new requirement that the market requires that ADC has some of our core technology that may be too hard to spell as a product, but to sell it as a service..

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"nec" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"nec" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"Know okay. i've got. I've got these parameters. What can i do to reach. Its fullest potential and within these predators and it forces you to be more creative than you would have been before with a bigger budget. i've so i've never actually worked with an interior designer for myself. I've been around them. I have friends whose you know. I have a friend whose mom is a very good interior designer. I used to work for somebody who used to do. Interior design work and it seemed very stressful. When it comes to tackling a place on your own say say that Somebody listening right. Now has a blank canvas. What are the benefits of going with the designer versus attempting to do it on your own as somebody like me. Who's done everything on my own. I always look at my space. And i'm like i. We did an okay job. But like i wish i had somebody that would do it. You know do it up for me. One of those benefits look like so. I wish i could hire interior designer to and let me tell you why i say that when you live in your own space. I equate it to looking at a picture and way too closely. Where you're zoomed nec superpex later when you pull back from a you see. It's like a beautiful bird or a landscape or something but when you're that close to it just looks like a bunch of squares when you're in your own space and you're living in your breathing and you're there all the time and you start looking at it too closely and for too long and you can't step away from it it starts to become all fuzzy so hiring an interior designer really helps with that. You have someone who. There's no one that's gonna care more about your project near designer other than you. So you're aligned there so always remember that and two they can see it from a perspective that you can't and they are able to stop away from it and kind of have I don't know like a ten photo. Waif like perspective from it all. So that's just one super beneficial thing too is just like i said with the stylus stuff Your knowledge of the industry..

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Biden's Legislation Promoting Buy American Plan

Squawk Pod

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Biden's Legislation Promoting Buy American Plan

"We start the podcast today. With by american president biden moving to put the power of the federal government behind efforts to buy more made products. The president signed an executive order. Yesterday that will direct government agencies to strengthen requirements for purchasing goods and services from us workers and us companies. This is all part of the new administration's aggressive early agenda for the economy beyond this flurry of early. Executive action biden told reporters. He is optimistic for a bipartisan agreement. On massive covid relief which he wants to the tune of one point nine trillion dollars and. i don't expect we'll know whether we have an agreement which what extent the entire package will be able to pass or not pass until we get right down to the very end of this process which will be probably a couple weeks but the point is this is just the process beginning

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One Struum to Rule Them All

Daily Tech News Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

One Struum to Rule Them All

"The us. Federal bureau of investigation is quote accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting or violence in and around the us capitol on january sixth. Submissions can be made at fbi dot gov slash us capital. That's capitol spelled with an o cnn sources. Say the us state department told us diplomats to pause posting on social media a measure normally taken after a terrorist attack or major natural disaster and facebook will block the president's use of facebook and instagram for a minimum of two weeks. Twitter suspended the president's personal account for twelve hours and warned further violations would bring a permanent suspension twitch disabled the president's account snapchat locked the president's account indefinitely and shop affi- took stores run by the trump organization and trump campaign off line for violating their policy on supporting organizations that promote violence. Japan's nec says it has developed facial recognition that works for people wearing facial coverings. The system uses the visible parts of the face like the eyes and claims and accuracy rate of ninety nine point. Nine percents with verification. Less than one second nec is testing the new system at a shop in its tokyo headquarters and he sees at neo face. Live facial recognition is used by the london metro. Police lufthansa the airline and swiss international airlines as well the wi fi alliance launched the wi fi six e certification program. That opens the door for devices to us six gigahertz band wi fi. Six is fully compatible with wifi six and can support up to seven hundred sixty megahertz channels at once only using the latest. Wpa three security protocol on the band. Idc estimates three hundred thirty eight million wi fi. Six e devices will enter the market this year with twenty percent of all wi fi six devices supporting sixty by twenty twenty two. If you want a little more on wi fi six and six each account no little more dot com acis as the suggested retail price for its components like motherboards in graphics cards in the us the increased cost comes as waivers on us tariffs against chinese made goods of seven point five to twenty five percent expired on december thirty first. An example is the are og strikes or s. t. r. i x. l. c. radio on our sixty eight hundred x t which launched at eight hundred ninety nine dollars. Ninety nine cents now listed at one thousand seventy nine so prices going up folks. Keep tiktok has a new augmented reality filter that uses the iphone. Twelve pro lite are sensor gives you a confetti effect that looks like real confetti in your room seems a little but tiktok promises to develop more innovative effects in two thousand twenty one so look out for more than just confetti snapchat added support for. Apple's light are censored back in october that lets creators build their own enhanced filters for snapchat. Well y'all ca es does not actually begin until monday but that is not going to stop lots of companies from making their announcements happens every year and this year is no different so we'll start with samsung. The company announced galaxy chromebook to a thirteen point three inch to in one chrome os device sporting q. Led display that starts at five hundred forty nine dollars. That's way down from nine hundred ninety nine dollars. The first gen device started at the base model offers a ten. Th gen intel seller on processor four gigs of ram and sixty four gigs of storage. And i three equipped version with aching ram and one hundred twenty eight. Gigs of storage starts at six hundred ninety nine. Lg introduced five new models in their thin and light lg graham laptop lineup ranging from fourteen to seventeen inch thinner vessels around there sixteen ten ratio screens as well as eleven th gen. Intel processors z. Graphics and up to sixteen gigabytes of lpddr four x memory. Lg the graham. Seventeen graham sixteen and graham. Sixteen to and one i'll offer nineteen and a half hours of battery life. The graham seventeen weighs in at one point three kilograms while the lightest graham. Fourteen comes in at nine hundred ninety nine grams. No word on price or availability. Well my new car set in stone. Everybody i'm only partially spends six inch hyper screen. Displays that display the e. s. electric sedan is set for production for mercedes and late twenty twenty one so later this year leno. If you got one ordered already. The hyper screen is at the heart of the company's second gen m b. u. x. infotainment system which doesn't have any buttons and is completely digital and worst controls one of the signs that has started. You get huge screens and cars last few years

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"nec" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"nec" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Are the folks that you're starting to surround yourself with. Is there one or two people within that circle that will help push you outside of what you're comfortable doing. And the reason. I say that is because as as i talked about in my last episode when we talked about a fixed mindset. We talked about being comfortable with how things are being so comfortable. Now you would stop yourself as things got a little uncomfortable for moving forward and progressing yourself your mindset would stop you from progressing. Do you have people within your group within your circle with the in your family that will help you step outside into that next level that will help encourage you bring you out whether it's baby steps little by little by little. Will they help you step out of your comfort zone in order to achieve your goals. That's where that really lies. Are they bringing you outside of your comfort zone. Because they see that's what it's going to take to meet the goals that you wanna meet in the last thing as you start to build this circle of friends and family of resources around you is you wanna be able to sit boundaries like i said there people within my circle that allow into a certain point based on their negativity in their actions. They are great people. Some of them have pretty great ideas in different perspectives. That i use their -cerned boundaries is that they have and i set those boundaries and a lot of times i set them so that i know do not let this person passed this particular point. Take their word or take their advice for a grain of salt. Yes note things that sort you have to be able to set those boundaries again. It's not gonna be here guys. Sure the rules. Fill out this questionnaire. Nec for compatible allows things have to happen mentally in through your own actions. You have to be able to build this circle this inner circle..

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The Personal History Of David Copperfield Reviewed

Here & Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

The Personal History Of David Copperfield Reviewed

"Saw Tomorrow audiences will have a chance to see a new version of Charles Dickens David Copperfield envisioned directed by or Mondo NUCCI. The personal history of David Copperfield features a diverse cast with Dev Patel as David Copperfield, but made his feature film debut in Two Thousand Eight Oscar winning slumdog millionaire. He also starred in both the best exotic marigold hotel movies and was nominated for an Oscar for the twenty sixteen movie lion now in the personal history of David Copperfield Dev Patel plays a young man trying to make his way through Victorian England despite numerous setbacks. He eventually becomes an author with a right turn out to be the hero of my story. Or that station will be held by anybody else. These moments must show. Recently Dead Patel join me via. skype to talk about his role as David Copperfield. I totally missed out on this classic growing up and I was sort of one of those kids that was false fed dickens as a child. In the curriculum and I I mean assist the shame most office I think. But you know for me in particular to be able to step into the shoes I related a lot to David. I think you know to his anxiety to his kind of imposter syndrome about a young man's johnny trying to fit in very much coming of age story and it's only when he can embrace his real truth and his past his own stories I guess that he finds triumph, and in this case, it says a great writer you know. I WANNA play a scene from the film Here your character David Meets Dora played by more fit Carter a young woman whose pet dog JIP starts a conversation with David. Let's listen speaks very well is actually I like to pretend he speaks. Some people think tick. Oh No I do it myself all the time? I I. Poultry. David Copperfield. Being the tree. I'm Dora. Okay. Perhaps, it's not surprising that spoiler alert the two of you fall in love and as we hear you as David have a lot of humor and charm in this film I WanNa ask you a little bit more about the parts of the character that really resonated with you. You said that this character was very much like you thinking about finding your way through life. Yeah I mean he's obviously You can see painfully awkward. And I definitely could key into that I mentioned. But yeah, I guess as a boy growing up in the UK you know from an immigrant family going to school and trying to figure out what part of my identity I should lead you know like. You know there's a kind of very much in Indian. Part of me in a very much a British part of me and you kind of end up role swapping to try and get through turbulent times in school. And that's kind of David he he someone that came from great wealth than lost only tried to get it back again NEC's constantly trying to change the skinny as quite a comedian in that makes him a great novelist. He's this observer that. Uses these his. Ability to impressions to kind of get these easy Lawson get in with the cool guys and not me when I was a kid I was quite the gesture in Mike's loss. Yeah. Yeah. It was kind of a way of just. Not Getting beaten up you know I was never wanted Nicole crew. So I ended up being the coal clown ally would love to see a little videos of death being class. Wow, that sounds so funny. Let's talk a little bit about your career. So you were just eighteen when you start in the Oscar winning film slumdog millionaire what has it been like to build a career after having such huge success at an early age because seventeen when I started that but it was a real blessing and I will I felt so equipped at this some kind of global stage that I was put on you know it was very overwhelming and in a way it made my career and showed even back. Then however many as it was that you know divest stories could resonate on an international scale. Fill most of Zych in another language and that was real movie stars in it and it still gonNA I don't know how many Oscars it did.

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"The planet with the only global offering that allows channel partners to truly own customer relationships. What will the impact of this announcement be on the different constituencies that feed into NEC America? Let's start with the the channel. Yeah it's really important. Understand that when we put together this framework That we were putting the channels person for us so with our announcement we're ensuring that the channel partners have three options to continue to perform their business and maintain the customer ownership model. Which is the first one for a lot of our customers. We've seen in the channel. They WanNA maintain that contain the top line revenue. They WANNA add value to it so our universe flu customer ownership model allows that's were. We also have revenue share model in the agency models. Which were the partners? They don't WanNa take as much of the frontline support or don't have the infrastructure and the capability to support the cloud models easily. They could rely on NEC- to either resell or two agents from the standpoint that he's actually doing the invoicing to the customer so we give the channel choice. It's not one-size-fits-all does it? Impact the end user user choice In the event that the end user wants to go ahead and have a working relationship with any say they're gonNA have to make that decision with the channel part. Of course the channel partner said to be the one that we're going to honor because they're the ones that have done the channel relationship regardless of the engagement. So you know our rules of engagement and supporting our channel will always the case it. We support the channel first most And then they have the option Depending upon where they are in their cloud migration business strategy to deploy those services in the way that's most best suited for them As well as for the Rangers you know historically and I believe even now Healthcare has been a very big thing for America oath in the it area and of course also the UCLA area. And I wonder if these changes are going to especially the changes. We've all been through in this market. Come together for some impact there you know. This is one of the areas that really trump shows the synergy between NEC and Intermedia. We have very strong position. And you see In number one nineteen sales leader For Top birdie in global UC's And what we thought is back to your point about. The verticals is very strong. Well-known vertical markets and. We deliver that platform into coming with a sure play award-winning offering lakewood. Intermediate that's allow us to add value to dissolution in-depth on the vertical markets. To bring are still an art capability in the field helped drive backward technology for the next level. You see that happening in healthcare. What other industries? I see it across. At least the four primary wants today see has which also includes hospitality higher education and state local government. You know all four of those industries are industries that literally are being are right in the front line of being the most impacted of all the types of enterprises that that we have hospitality healthcare government maybe facing revenue issues very soon and so on. And I'm wondering what you know at the same time to your point earlier They're going to be needing more than ever newer systems and better systems to communicate. I'm wondering whether this announcement this alliance and also your unit virtually strategy comes together to especially to help these different sectors. Yeah and it's not only stay. Local also federal government. I mean cloud computing the federal government's extremely important and we have seen an increase in the ability to address on through our cloud services. Some of the on premise requirements at the federal government has had so this new platform strategy is allowed US hidden to address the new normal so to speak where you can't physically go into a data center Where you physically cannot deploy somebody to do that And you have to be able to deliver those services over the wire so Reinforcing you know the the the core platform Cloud technology through this announcement has really helped us. -sition ourselves this normal In delivering more agile and faster service delivery without necessarily the product. So you know if I'm out there is an MSP channel company a firm. That's basically representing NEC products to through customers. What do I want to be talking about at this point to your customer base? You WanNa make sure that they understand that The relationship for the legacy customers and they had Is going to continue in the operational model they had and then has a vision for cloud. Strategy that provides choice So that they should be before they're looking at any other options out there that they're coming back and looking at the NEC purge suite disturbances. See how that can be offered as a math into their deployment strategy that's really really important And the choice that.

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"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"This is green and on the publisher. Telecom reseller and today. I'm with my Mitch. Is the director of University Blue Strategy in North America for any? See My. Thank you for joining me today. Doug pleasure to get back together with you. Think we last spoke about Langi days ago. Yes we did And the universe and the world and the world of everybody's probably listening has radically changed so let me just frame the conversation for our listeners We spoke. We were just about a day or two before. It Expo We Cloud Communications Alliance meeting. That was happening in Miami right before the. It Expo in Fort Lauderdale and You know the pandemic seem to be a very far off distant thing. Maybe wouldn't hit us. Maybe it wouldn't really impact if that much. That was sort of the thinking. A lot of folks had at that point and that's just ninety days ago We talked about basically some of the things. We'll be talking about but then the world has changed and there's been some changes I understand it any see so you know my what. Start with a couple of things just for our listeners. what is NEC- America so NEC America is The wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation Japan Which operates in the North American market place We essentially have Three major lines of business is the platform enterprise technology unit which incorporates our telephony technology As well as some of our platform technology Our advanced recognitions unit which is responsible for Oliver. Advanced biometrics used by many of the government is here in the US including the The TSA and Homeland Security as well as retail product unit. That's responsible for delivering retail solutions and the North American all again as the North American Institute for NEC Japan and what is NEC- unit virgin NEC universal blue. That's a great question. I get aspect quite a bit. Universe is a brand that had developed through the telephony offering our phone systems over the years It's recognized you know on the logos of our phones And all of our communications technology from that standpoint the Blue Logo addition to the universe flew Is Really as a service component? It's really the The transition of Azza service from a product into a service company the service portions of the respective products. Which really everything that any see in. North America delivers as a service. That's what the blue me. What do we mean by Any C- glue strategy. The strategy is really Coming from a product standpoint. You're GonNa Remember R. N. E. C. is known for excellent products very high quality That's one of the things with our handsets that really distinguished us are are Slate Technology Our technology in a number of areas point but these are products. And when you sell in a as a service model transformations you forget really have a strategy to put in place to maintain your product sales chronic The traditional model. This place is not going away and then as people move or migrate or add the as a service component to it. It can do so in a way that properly support you know over the last decade. A LOT OF COMPANIES Have BEEN SHORT. Play cloud service providers. That's all they have started. They were never a product position so ensuring that we will allow a series of services that are delivered in the cloud. Optima cloud model is really what strategies about and that's one of the things that I've been chartered to do for NEC AMERICA. And is that to an announcement we We published last week real guard in collaboration in the contact center yes So our our new product suite that we recently introduced. includes our connect chronic set As well as our collaborate and several other products that are part of the family So we have connect engage Meet and share. These are all new services that NEC's introducing under the Universe Blue Cloud Service brand and just the names themselves. Tell me that the sort of moved from the traditional call to the idea of collaborations and sessions absolutely you have to have a platform sweet Imports be able to seamlessly. Go Beyond and between each of the respective components Call CENTER TYPE SOFTWARE. The ability to collaborate in the store the data. That's all really important being able to offer that. Customer as seamless without any boundaries is really what we're focused on delivering as far as the platform goes introduction of these new products. So basically it sounds to me like any see America With university blue is transforming itself from what used to be considered an OEM product manufacturing company To basically a service company that's correct You know being able to deliver things as a service is fundamentally something that has been challenging. I think for some of the other companies that are in the marketplace to do We've taken our time to make sure that he service delivery components are in place the proper compensation proper the proper tools that are required online to do. That is really important for us. And that's what we've chosen to go forward with the introduction products. Let's dive into that further. Because you know I wanNA say everybody is doing as a service model but it sometimes feels that way so you know any has got this. You know very strong reputation. Historically you've been in markets like healthcare and and other such things where there's got to be a lot of precision for the product work. So how does that that legacy if you will connect to this new model of being as a service company? Yeah that's real important. So the good news is that we've got to deep hands on high touch expertise for each of those markets and are having that knowledge that's a real intellectual property being able to take that the parlay that into an as a service for the respective vertical markets. We feel. That's a real big advantage. We have is delivering the products that in a collaborative fashion that addresses unique Attributes requirements for each of those vertical markets. So you'll see with our products that some of the deliverables in the new universe blue cloud services that each one of the verticals has a special set of sweep. That goes along with it. That can address each one of those those areas no let's dive into how this impacts the different constituencies that are sort of part of the NEC ecosystem in like to start with. Maybe the channel. You've got a very You know strictly strong enlarge channel companies lots of partner company South there. How does this impact them? Yes We have a very large and loyal channel and we respect that channel and make sure that our cloud strategy addresses each of the channel models that they want to use so with this new introduction of this new suite of products. We've essentially introduced. Three models are all around during the channel partners. Ours have access everything they need in the model. The there is no one-size-fits-all for them. In the way that you talk with any see as a cloud service provider so the three models are our universe blue customer ownership model. This is the model where the channel partner owns the customer relationship and his services for many see wholesale so in other words they maintain that they're taking the wind building on it. They're doing everything from that standpoint. We also have the revenue share model. Where the channel partner makes up services based on a second. By Christ's they can go ahead and do that and he takes care of the part. Her affront sales and then the difference between that fine the sale price again for some partners that very easy for them to do the business and then we have the agency so the channel our based on what are crise would be like a traditional reseller is then. Nec goes ahead. The channel partner up so wheat architect A CHANNEL PARTNER PROGRAM THAT GIVES PRA cloud blue cloud services that gives the channel partner choice across those up. Either those models not one-size-fits-all and what about our friends from the S. P. Community the managed service providers? Another great question We've you the MSP's some collaborative in the multi cloud environment today Be able to offer I don't WanNa put it but being able to work with MSP's in a collaborative fashion is now more important than ever We see that. Ms Fuse are working pat complement of their suite of services So for instance in Offering today we have backup as a service and Recovery as a service also rebranded as backup and recover which is unique for some of our other products us in certain. Instances are offered by other. Ms's where the MS you get the best in class capability in a white label branded fashion. If they so choose they can collaborate with us on it. And you know Delivering that type of a service on brand is five. They get that choice. So you know the The MS We see that a lot of our channel partners are trying to work her way. Up in the your. He's a relevance with our customers they're trying to get into it with mysterious without enormous Investing we find some of the jury play. 'em are coming to US saying you know what? I don't like that part of the service she technology that makes it different for me and all they fill in some of the other areas that I don't have so you kind of have a happening from the bottom up from the top down at the same time you know. We myth in In February actually at the cloud communications alliance meeting is there a part of this strategy that impacts community well? That's almost like the one degree of separation was from the MSP's The classroom medications. Lions is an outstanding organization That a lot of value to all of the cloud service providers in terms of representation much like what's the best with the FCC and a lot of the legislatures forth there as when was just industry movement and getting us to work together does create What I would call co OP petition? and he has a long history of working with own hardware away and And working in a cooperative Yet competitive environment at the same time. There are certain rules of engagement to follow from us. I think our DNA is coming from that aspect and having discipline to communicate and to work with other cloud. Service providers is a great testament to that you know there was a fix discussion at the beginning last week between any CNN. Intermedia regarding the delivery Strategic Global Communications collaboration and also impair only put the contact center. And I wanted to see if you had more to say about that. Yeah the announcement on the twenty. First of April was very strategic NEC Corporation and it is Global Announcement. together Within a radio. We're creating what we feel is the broadest distribution of clouds communication solutions on.

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"nec" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"But then two days later. They're back in the alley award. Nec that the answer cannot of car. She's she's on crutches she looks like Wolf Hellfire after car trip but now she was about twenty twenty was no car accident we. I've been quarantined for last month in a month or so coarser by been in a car. Yes she sees the dancer and she's a heated at her she jumps up on the earth. C's town a lesson your data back. Yeah 'cause she's stomping on the roof of his car he throws her off and she picks up but whatever a brick or something through the window for sure he's chasing them. She goes the picks up the gun. Hide under the sheet or something pulls it back. Land Lamb miss not that last one point blank range the chess. He's like I didn't mean to the shower later. They're gonNA take her back to the red room like imposture showed great. Promise her Willett.

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Ford and General Motors announce factory closures due to coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Ford and General Motors announce factory closures due to coronavirus

"In Detroit's three automakers have agreed to close all of their factories Ford GM and fiat Chrysler have bowed to pressure from the United auto workers union they've been pushing for factories to close because work is a fearful of coming into contact with the coronavirus Bloomberg's automated reported Keith Norton says the companies were left with no choice they're people didn't feel safe in the plants very hard to social distance and then assembly line that companies were resistant they finally came to an agreement last night to do some rolling rotating shutdowns but then they woke up to news this morning that Honda was shutting down all of the north American plants for six days now even greater pressure on them so finally in the day to day the Detroit three kind of buckled and said okay we're shutting down until the end of the month and then we'll see how things go from there Honda Malaysia announced it will temporarily close its north American factory he's for about one week starting on Monday well General Motors CEO Mary Barra all said to manufacture hospital ventilation is an older factories closed usually the outbreak this is according to NEC director Larry Kudlow Kudlow said on fox news and auto executive said she may call back workers on a to a chaotic Hey hi I said sorry to make the medical devices needed to crease to trace the critically ill virus patients question on a voluntary basis the civic and patriotic

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"nec" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The sun as much so we I did mention vitamin D. that's a very powerful immune booster in the best way to get vitamin D. is from the sun or if you need vitamin D. if you want to use it and forget for foods are the best sources of fatty fish as well as mushrooms for vaginal I take vitamin D. supplements do you don't find many supplements are okay but they're nothing like the sun no of course not but that's better than nothing absolutely absolutely right it is a very powerful stress management vitamin and interestingly vitamin D. is the only vitamins not really invited into the qualified men it's the only vitamin that the body actually makes all other vitamins with one exception that's nice in the body can't make has come in for food the vitamin D. we get from the sun and it's extremely important means to live as a pharmacist what can you recommend for severe respiratory issues and legal fifteen NAC someone portent for the respiratory system exactly a medicine called Mukul necessary same NEC that you can get a supplement and vitamin C. is also very important for the ones the respiratory system and vitamin E. has probably most important goals that first one hi and in a single fifteen or mac in a C. fifteen comes as a prescription drug asthmatics music called around I asked after cystic fibrosis patients is a supplemental supplement NAC and they see an active part of that it's one of the ways the body have you heard of glutathione is that you're stopping me to talk out doing this on purpose I'm not a person glutathione is the body's major detox of fire and it's a three little amino acid the call tri peptide one of the major amino acid called glutamine without high protein foods and another another amino acid called a cysteine which.

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"nec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The sun as much so I will I did mention vitamin D. that's a very powerful immune booster in the best way to get vitamin D. is from the sun or if you need vitamin D. I if you want to use it and forget for foods are the best sources of fatty fish as well as mushrooms for vaginal I take vitamin D. supplements do you don't find many supplements are okay but they're nothing like the sun no of course not but that's better than nothing absolutely absolutely right it is a very powerful stress management vitamin and interestingly vitamin D. is the only vitamins not really invited into the qualified and that it's the only vitamin that the body actually makes all other vitamins with one exception that's nice in the body can't make us coming from food to vitamin D. we get from the sun and it's extremely important university five as a pharmacist what can you recommend for severe respiratory issues and legal fifteen NAC someone portent for the respiratory system exactly a medicine called Mukul necessary same NEC that you can get a supplement and vitamin C. is also very important for the longer the respiratory system and vitamin E. the most important goals that first on our end and a single system or mac in a C. the thing comes up a prescription drug asthmatics music called her and I asked after cystic fibrosis patients is a supplemental supplement NAC and they see an active part of the it's one of the ways the body have you heard of glutathione you're stopping me to talk out doing this on purpose I'm not the proper glutathione is the body's major detox of fire and it's a three little amino acid the call tri peptide one of the major amino acid called glutamine without high protein foods and another another amino acid called a cysteine which is part of the N. E. C. you're single fifteen.

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Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

CBS Sports Radio

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

"Time in the last ten years every time overall to the west coast conference you did you R. J. is that is Thomas in Learfield IMG college Jim kelch kelch on on the the Norse Norse radio radio network network Chris Chris shop shop within within the the colonials colonials radio radio network network and and Pat Pat foster foster from from Hofstra Hofstra radio radio calls calls pope pope give give zagra zagra winning winning the west coast northern Kentucky winning the horizon new by the way northern Kentucky was the nor cal level they've been an atomic three last four years so I knew DA I love this they are gone they are the worst it's like the Viking but it's like a Viking helmet of the two sorts I love this northern Kentucky Norse Robert Norris won the NEC and Hofstra won the C. A. A. not included in the audio montage was North Dakota state the buys in they throttled North Dakota eighty nine fifty three to win their second straight summit

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"nec" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And we will begin with Lewis story a year on the family Louis LA time good NEC is rebel point I mean that the red Sox you know I don't understand why these commissioners to aid the commission because you mean he protects the the owners and and the Houston at his job and ask that's his job you know you were yeah but I'm not an age issue beneficial as you be elected not not not not to work for the players all that will be fair to the game at all all the owner needs to do and look at it but anyway you know the next step is going to be tough with his team to do actually free agency people don't want to come here there's too much gas was going on and you know that you know you you know that the media is a tough year but Nolan is it that the individuals begin a baseball that is the only baseball team I guarantee you he'll be one of the best owner in America because the men spend money okay and this thing nowadays with Oakley and aimless badly combined you're likely you don't like it you you paid a hundred million dollars a year whatever and the second that they will be taking the days that you do and and and and and that court they would be if you want to be and notice you can even think that somebody using assistant coach listen step one enemy V. V. deal and what he did to locally or whatever and nobody knows exactly what happened it's it's becoming to be imminent in the afternoon it is becoming really the national Enquirer take it away yeah okay well it looking it just is you know battles that you pick fights that you pick you know you have to consider the long term if you win those battles and and you know unfortunately and I don't know the Golan realizes this you know I I think our our self evaluation is very different than out how outsiders see us we take ourselves seriously we think we're smart we think we're good looking we think all these things about ourselves and you know we we tend to favor ourselves of course we do and I don't know if stolen realizes how unpopular he is because I think he thinks Hey look I put a lot of money in this team I've tried you know bringing in all these different people from Phil Jackson and Donnie Walsh you know great coaches historic figures in the game I brought them to New York and it hasn't worked to sum my fault I've tried everything and you know he has a point there but there are certain battles you just don't find him if the spike Lee is the face of the Nick fan for better for worse years because he's always there and he's doing what he does you don't want to get into a knock down drag out over the over this stupid thing about what entrance you use you handle it quietly same thing with Oakley it just it just it's a losing proposition you don't win by taking on popular figures and then you know the it's almost like an owner taking on players you know if you have a popular player you know in any sort of trouble maker you can deal with it behind closed doors but when you start making public statements to me when I have Fred will plan for example said something about David Wright well he's not a great player is a very good player but he's not a great player why why do you do that now that may have been true it may have been a an honest evaluation but it's something that just doesn't win any friends and if you're an owner and you're trying to get fans in the seats you want of all the friends you can get right many in Texas you're on the fan Benny good morning are you the owner I'm doing good how you Benny I'm doing very well thank you for taking my call out for someone like you think I'm good looking that's going over the last caller but I I want to mention something that I haven't heard it has to do with the red Sox in the Astros two thousand eighteen A. L. C. S. don't you think AG his generous Cora were kind of talking before game one of the restaurants went on to win four games to one I don't know if you remember that but I believe they have some type of conversation about any type of cheating because obviously they knew from the season before now one would think one what one would think that Alex Cora you know who is one of the architects of the system would not want it used against him and I don't know maybe there was some kind of truce declared I I'm I'm not sure exactly how that went down the winning whatever this red Sox report comes out hopefully it'll deal with that right I hope so I want to bring up a point as well as far as punishment for the players how about this what do you think we suspend everyone that was on the twenty five man roster that season up to eighty games let the football league players come up for the first eighty games and with the actual friends I mean granted they don't know what's going on but just like they can come out with like a thirty of fifty record the first eighty games twenty games out of first and that'll teach them a lesson like that well I think they've been taught a lesson first of all and I I also don't think that's very practical I mean who wants to watch triple a games you know you want to see the Astros at full force try to fight up against this thing I mean they're gonna be booed everywhere they go they're gonna be vilified and I want to I want to see their reaction to it if it makes them stronger and tougher or they just to you know go sniffling back into their dug out and hide their heads and cry and then you'll see how they react to it but no I mean once you've given the players immunity you can't **** it back you can't say well we give you immunity but that we're gonna take it away now it is what it is I mean I do think they should take away the title vacate the title but in terms of further punishment for the players I think that is in the next CBA I think the the you know between the Players Association and the owners you say look here's the penalty you steal signs you cheats electronically you miss half the season the first time second time you're out of the game something that strong and I think that'll give people pause before they think about that again the whites Asbury park here on the fan to white yes I will bomb on a website once and they talk about the top bands of the seventies where do you rank Chicago I rank them right up there I mean each the number of hits they had in the seventies and I know you know the funny thing is they were very innovative bring in the horns and I know blood sweat and tears did it did it too but you know the the the arrangements and the musicianship that that band had was pretty extraordinary and I know they they kind of went a little too mellow with this a terror thing but they were all real great rock band and unfortunately when Terry Kath left them they lost a little bit of that rock edge but they were right up there and you know there's a new there's a band called landed and friends of mine to Russians who do note for note Chicago songs and they've got videos out there and they've they're terrific and just watching them again made me realize how great Chicago was good girls on one example of maybe they fell under the influence of maybe yeah James Brown both both of James Brown or something or someone else thank you for taking my call okay yeah I know Chicago is a terrific band and they know they they're the funny thing is when when people do things and their innovative and they keep doing them people say oh it's a cliche well they made it a cliche because they were so good at it you know cliche starts out as an original saying that as truth you know it's like three chords and the truth okay it's a cliche now but the first person who said it you know country singer back in the fifties it was like wow that's that's pretty interesting and Envato picked it up and then some guy named near picked it up and called his book that that but it's it's one of those things where if you innovate and people imitate you and you look back on and you say well geez they were just cliches no they were the ones who came up with and everybody else is cliche let's go to sunny and Malvern you're on the fence sunny Richard good morning how are you morning sunny good good good good good to hear your voice thank you Matt Coyne differs Dolan listeners beyond embarrassment how he's handling himself lately obviously going back to the Oakley situation and now with the Spike Lee whether it's for pulling credentials for my princess or Maggie for criticizing him I mean it's really ridiculous it's beyond embarrassment this is in New York he's an owner he's a billionaire he's gotta have thick skin I mean it it it's it's really mind boggling as far as the Mexican journalist Richard this is a really really likable team on the other line don't Conforto when all the guys I mean it's a really easy team to root for hope says but it doesn't get in the way that I don't think he will I think it can be a key component to this team moving forward you so what he did when he first came to the scene a little he carried the team on his shoulders the World Series the second year he was here you know they made the playoffs as well they haven't been the same as sense as far as the Max trade rumors listen I would not trade match so we're not trade any of my coaches you know Richard the Mets and the Yankees now through their history that you can never have enough pictures you can never be too deep in that department so I would hold on to him and I think the message in a really good season I think they have obviously are a top on division I think the Florida Marlins or even improve it's an automatic win like the you Yankees have over the Baltimore Orioles by any means so I think it's going to be you know obviously a a fight to the finish with not to mention I look I really like the Mets chances right I would agree the only the only thing I disagree is that suspicious not literally carried the team you know we're we're using the word literally now and when we should be saying figuratively because he didn't actually lift players put them on their shoulders and carry them okay that's that's what literally technically means hello some dictionaries are starting to say well you can say literally when you don't mean literally you know I'm I'm not a grammar scold when it comes to that you know if you're a writer you know you want to be accurate you know want to throw things in there but we'll see with us but it's I mean I I think you go into the season if you're met fan not expecting anything from him and if you do get something from them many makes the opening day roster any hit some home runs and plays well yeah that's gravy that's great but I don't think you can go into the season expecting such but is to hit forty home runs or even thirty home runs he does wonderful but don't expect it all right we'll talk to Ricky Ricardo but the X..

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London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

"London's Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun a knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism among the more aggressive uses of facial recognition in modern democracies and raises questions about how the technology will into people's daily lives rights groups say it threatens civil liberties such as the right to privacy and represents an expansion of

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London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

AP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city

"In a major advance for controversial facial recognition technology London's Metropolitan Police service says it'll start using it's an operational deployments London police say facial recognition cameras will be used as people passed through small targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found the facial recognition system which runs on technology from Japan's NEC looks for faces in crowds to see if they match any on watch lists of people wanted for serious and violent offenses including gun and knife crimes in child sexual exploitation real time ground surveillance by police in the British capitalism long the more aggressive uses of facial recognition in modern democracies and raises questions about how the technology will into people's daily lives rights groups say it threatens civil liberties such as the right to privacy and represents an expansion of

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"nec" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"nec" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The team picked to finish second place in the NEC in two thousand nineteen two thousand twenty and the team that has won its first two games and both of them decisively they you get out here this is the for the first you know one of the first couple chances you get to see these devils and they won't be back home until look at that number seven is number seven so get out here Sunday afternoon good opportunity come out and and check these guys out exciting new comers to get you know they're fun to watch they really are I I I'm I'm having fun a watching over the first two games and we hope you'll join us out here at the arena but if you can't it's our job and Kyle and I will be here to bring you full coverage on the radio six twenty A. M. will be your place to be on the dial on Sunday are pregame show the countdown to tip off show will air at three thirty on Sunday afternoon and then four o'clock game time A. S. you and writer and we hope you make plans to join us trust me riders a good basketball team is going to be a competitive game here on Sunday that'll do it for our broadcast for tonight some thank yous before we leave thanks to our engineering do Chris Schubert and the great Sean Crespin both assisting with the technical aspect of the broadcast from court side we thank them for their help and thanks to our good friends Luke Robbins and Mitch for all this our studio coordinators for their assistance on tonight's a broadcast as well and always great to be working with the inimitable Doug Camero Arizona state basketball information director now is ninety seven season in that role and doing it as well as ever even on a night when his Steelers tasted defeat in the Thursday night football game the goddess of the box scores when we needed it all the information we needed it right he he takes care of us I I kind of like the guy but at the same time I don't really like if you hate to admit it right area on that note we will bring down the curtain on tonight's broadcast so great to be back working with the body looking forward to this season this could be fun to watch these youngsters grow yeah it is it really is and I figured out today this is your number ten double digits for me and you together so outstanding yep that's the that's a milestone that I cherish my friend and we thank you folks for joint yes I hope you'll join us on Saturday for Sunday will football on ninety eight point seven FM as Jordan simoni Vince morado we'll have our pregame coverage at three thirty Sunday or Saturday from Corvallis Oregon and then Jordan a jet fan rapports join me for the play by play call at five thirty errors on a time when the sun devils take on the Oregon state beavers and then we'll be back home in Tempe and back on the air Sunday afternoon with Katie to bring you all the action of a S. you and writer in men's basketball here at the arena enjoy the rest of.

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NEC's Larry Kudlow on Jobs Report

Bloomberg Best

01:09 min | 2 years ago

NEC's Larry Kudlow on Jobs Report

"World Wall Street meanwhile is looking ahead to the October thirty a fed rate decision so Bondra read job as head of U. S. rate strategy associate days generalis pretty much fully surprise ten for a total rate cut December was a coin toss and I think it still remains a coin toss and the White House Larry Kudlow president of the national economic council says the unemployment rate is quote a phenomenal achievement and he sees a stronger economy ahead with market interest rates coming down a hundred basis points in the last few months I think the economy is now in a turning zone and I think we've had a soft two quarters but I think now we're gonna be moving into a much stronger economic story and call record on is chief US economist at Bloomberg economics well I agree with Larry Kudlow is assessment that were not turning film but the I think we're actually turning the other direction so what if we look at this report the bad news is that the economy is definitely slowing to a sub two percent growth rate in the back half of this year and we're seeing that reflected in the an increasing array of economic indicator wether CISM surveys the the pace of job creation out we are definitely slowing in the back

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Scottish citys sustainability drive, means tackling toxic legacy first

UN News

05:34 min | 3 years ago

Scottish citys sustainability drive, means tackling toxic legacy first

"This is Matt wells at your news with more than half the world's population. Now living in urban areas is increasingly understood that cities can drive sustainable development. But that's not so easy in places where heavy industry has left a toxic legacy. That developers are willing to pay to clean up as Glasgow. Cancel leader. Susan Aitken told Daniel Johnson from your news. It's an economic commission for Europe or you NEC event in Geneva. She explained that despite the massive challenge the benefits could be enormous. Since the Scottish city has more spare land within its borders than any other major urban area in the United Kingdom in Glasgow. We are integrating hosing bringing together all sorts of different tenures. Whether that's social rented housing private rented or call ownership or people on their own homes, and our aim is to build new places and communities new housing developments whereby they're tenured blind is what we we are aiming for so no one knows no one can tell by. The quality of your home. Whether you rent your home air, whether your social event, whether you own your home, so people live next each other in exactly the same standard and quality of home, regardless of whether the owner or rented, one of the things that I thought was interesting you were talking about Glasgow building ghettoized communities of social housing. But now that's changing massively in terms of the sustainability in terms of the look of the house, the aesthetic and the efficiency, and that's what you're hoping is going to bring everyone into the sustainability drive. Yes, that's how we build we believe resilient unsustainable communities law school still suffers enormously. We have many people who live in poverty, and he'll have enormous challenges in their lives who we have enormous health inequalities in our city that we will not change that by having the poodle people and the people who suffer from the worst hails pushed out to the edge of the city all living together without the social supports that can be in place by having that mixed community without. The economy that's generated through different types of people from different backgrounds coming together, and creating that more dynamic local economic circumstance. These was will then help to support social Justice unimproved lives for everyone. The sounds like a wonderful place Glasgow, but presumably it's not that easy which particular challenges. Are you facing terms of developers? You don't wish to let go of property that they have that's a big problem in the UK also former industrial land, how you dealing with those particular challenges or biggest challenges form an industrial London Glasgow, which is contaminated. We have more vacant and dare licked wand than any other city in the UK and the poodle people live closest to the worst wand. So that is an enormous challenge. Some of the contaminated Lund will cost us hundreds of millions of pounds to decontaminate. What's it contaminated with all sorts of industrial pollutants chromium is one of them. But video others is very expensive business. And that's not something that the private sector wants to take on that. Something that has to be laid by the public sector. So we're using our city deal money to decontaminate quite a chunk of land nowhere near all of it. But significant amounts. We have a development company, which we share with the Scottish government and our national enterprise agencies, Scottish enterprise and also evening local authority, cold CLYDE gateway which has decontaminated significant amounts of land in the east end of the city, which is the worst affected on turned that into developable Lund whether for hosing or for Morvern industrial uses because we are very much creating jobs as well as building homes. So we are tackling it in every way that we can bought is a long slow process is going to take as many years before we can bring all vegan and derelict land back into productive use because of the legacy that we face as a post industrial city, and maybe you could tell me bit more about the types of housing that you hoping to build in terms of sustainability and their competivity with regard to. Other private development houses. What does it that's going to give your sustainable housing the edge? Well, we won't build all types of housing in Glasgow. I always see there isn't a type of hosing neat that doesn't exist in Glasgow. Therefore that isn't immortal of delivery for hosing that we won't try built to rain is a new model in the city, a new type of private rented sector filled to rent rent. Ta so am almost like kind of I was in corpse in the American style. So they're private development, therefore, perhaps more millennial more mobile workforce who are looking to buy just no. But the want high-quality rented homes, but with social spaces as well sheared space within the buildings. So that's a new model in a new market for the city, but what we are leading with an particularly on. Our social rented homes is invited mantle sustainability on fuel efficiency, we have significant amounts of fuel poverty in Glasgow. And so what we want is for the poodles people to be moved supported in being able to heat their homes at which they ended up helps to support their health and better lives for them. So we're using passive house models. We're using technology to help people monitor their spanned on fuel anything that we have available to us. We're testing and trying to make our homes as environmentally sustainable as possible. But also. Seasonable in terms of people's life cycle. So that they can be homes that people live in right through their lives as they get older. The homes are adoptable to support people as the age on perhaps need more support.

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"nec" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"nec" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"All right. What else you bring it on? Let's go with NEC Hickman and any wants to know this. She says I have a teacher and a man for the teacher boom blow it up for the teachers and Emmanuel God. Are they making such a sacrifice to just waste your life on these kids? Damn. You know, I'm joking. I my mother was a teacher. I have nothing but the. For teachers. She says, I am a teacher and a manual wheelchair user from time to time my students, and I wonder if a wheelchair could be powered in space with fireworks. Or perhaps they are ready to get rid of me. Send center up their space. Since fireworks are rocket. She's thinking about propulsion here thinking about propulsion also having mobility issues on earth via raced in space since there is no gravity. If you float around the space station, for example, aren't you using your legs for the need to balance? You know, that's a great question because people would think that in zero gravity that your movements might do something in terms of affecting the way you drift about in zero gravity. So what what is the answer there? So first great question. And so I presume it means she has power. She has arm-power harm to propel her we. All right. So that's a key element of this. So first of all in space. You don't need the wheelchair. You have a wheelchair. So that you don't you not on the ground. Right. So it when I say in space, I'm referring to zero g and space just take that as a given here. So if you're in space. Generally, people are not maneuvering themselves with their legs there. The spaceships are designed space station is designed to have grips. All right. Okay. So ever seen though us relates. They're always grabbed him. And then they. Yeah. Exactly. And so you don't wanna go to fast because you have to stop somewhere and the other time and you got to like be ready to stop, right? So if you have full use of your arms, and your our muscles, you you'll be doing whatever everybody else is doing on on the space station. So now the difference is you won't be able to do some of the sort of acrobatics that they do to show you. So for example, one of them is they'll they'll start rotating. And then they'll bring their knees up to their chests. You might be able to pull your own legs up. If you don't have using your legs just reach out grab them. But otherwise, they're pulling a knees up, and then they see that they spend faster, and that's just have just haven't spinning fun like when an ice skater brings their arms in they spend faster. If you bring your your extremities in and you had a slight rotation before you have a faster rotation. And in case, you are not you don't feel nausea enough for being in zero g now, you can just wait. And then you throw up spa. If you're spending while you throw up, then there's the spiralling that's a beautiful thing. So I don't think so now. The rockets now, so here's the thing because I'm thinking it's not about the chair, I'm shoot. So I'm talking about what what she was saying if you put rockets on a wheelchair, but on the wheels themselves would you propel yourself through space in that chair. Even though you don't need it or with the rocket just spin the wheel in place. So what will happen is your because the wheels on an axle? And so now, you're putting something called torque, right? Onto a torque is a force that causes something to rotate. Okay. I've always loved the word talk. This is a bad has word is you give me some torque. The car, folks. Pounds of torque put pounds foot pounds. It needs a distance right because it's a distance from the point of rotation..

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State of the Union: US leaving INF Treaty nuclear deal with Russia

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:48 min | 3 years ago

State of the Union: US leaving INF Treaty nuclear deal with Russia

"The way the United States had dealt with the IMF treaty, basically blaming Russia for why they were suspending it with the way the United States handled its own withdrawal from the ABM treat in two thousand and two and he. Judged in favor of the way, George W Bush does with it saying, this was direct and honest compared with what he implied was the sort of Weasley way in which they blamed Russia for violations as an excuse as he saw it to get out of the IMF treaty. And that's the medium range missiles in Europe, treaty. The other thing I think was interesting is something that you sort of singled out when he said Russia might be forced to retaliate because it seemed to be there was a rather different tone in his address this year from last year last year was his campaigning presidential address. There was all sorts of gee whiz graphics about new missiles, new military technology this year. The was none of that sort of none of those sort of graphics, and every time there was anything that could be interpreted as say sort of agree. S's stance. It was always coupled with the idea that this is a response. This is a reaction we have no intention of being aggressive, and I think that actually struck quite a different tone from last year, although the language is Russia will be forced to create deploy weapons can be used on. Territories from which the direct threat to us originates. He said as well as the territory's where the centers of decision making are located that sounds like he's gonna fire them Washington. Yes. Absolutely. But I think that it was also know it should be seen in this wider context where I think Putin is as it were reserving relations with Europe and European countries and saying, well, basically, it might not be completely their fault. If the renew Misao stationed in Europe, and it's not them that we're going to hold immediately responsible. The responsibility also will lie in Washington every seen any US reaction to this. Because this is the type of rhetoric that will. Send Donald Trump's caps. Lock figure into overdrive. Well, the interesting thing is that I've seen less reaction from Washington. And I think that probably reflects different priorities in Washington. But obviously, you know, they can single out what they want from this speech. But I think it's important really to see it in in context. The way Putin began were saying, this speech is primarily about domestic priorities. And he spent two thirds of his hour and a half talking about trying to raise living standards. Trying trying to improve medical care trying to improve education all the sorts of things that were the subject of protests after he announced on the rise in pension ages. And I think, you know, it's very easy from outside that we focus on the sort of things that that potentially affect us. But actually, this was primarily a domestic policy speech, and it because it comes at a time when his approval ratings of fooling the economy's not doing. Well, I mean, he focused on that a lot about poverty about demographics. Yes. And I have to say that it's quite unusual or just I find it quite unusual to hear Russian president NEC near Russian president talking in such Frank terms about demographics because demographics is being over the last sort of ten years or so as being quite a stick that the west is used to beat Russia with saying Russia's in Klein, it's doing nothing to stem. It's but it's its population decrease. This is a country, which is weakening. Now, those factor not completely true. Because both the mortality rate has decreased life expectancy has increased and the birth rate has increased all of that's happened quite significantly. During the time that Putin has been in office nonetheless as Putin singled out two factors have come together. The first is the incredible loss of life in the second World War, and the other is the shock of the collapse of the Soviet Union and those two things together a meaning that Russia's workforce. Actually, people of working age is going to start going through a very very serious decline.

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Is your heart in good shape?

Today

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Is your heart in good shape?

"People over thirty are being urged to take an online test to find out if they're an at an increased risk of suffering, a heart attack or stroke. Public health. England says as many as four out of five people who've taken the test have hearts, which are more damage than they should be given their age indicating a shortening of life expectancy. Jane francis. Kelly reports the heart age tests people over thirty to answer a series of questions about their lifestyle and physical health public health. England said the test of being completed by almost two million people more than a third had a heart age at least five years above their real age fourteen percent found it was ten years higher. Eighty four thousand people die from a heart attack or stroke each year in England health officials say about a quarter of deaths occur in those aged under seventy five and they believe eighty percent of them could be prevented by lifestyle changes such as weight-loss regular, exercise stopping smoking and cutting back on alcohol. The chief executive of the British heart foundation said millions of people were unwittingly living at high risk of a heart attack or stroke. But it was never too late to. Take charge of their health.

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Jimmy Carter jabs Trump — just a little — in commencement speech

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:32 min | 4 years ago

Jimmy Carter jabs Trump — just a little — in commencement speech

"Three forty nine it is fifty one degrees with off and on rain showers right now in boston to our top stories texas judge says the alleged gunman in yesterday's school shooting acted alone nine students and an adult were killed in the rampage ten other people were injured the braintree man who brought a gun to a local elementary school will be in court on monday facing a firearm charge the man had his licensed gun in a backpack at ross elementary police say the gun was not secured properly massachusetts is one step closer to its first offshore wind farm this wednesday is the deadline to announce which of the three proposed wind projects can move forward wbz news time three forty nine a massachusetts man is under arrest for allegedly beating a dog with a baseball bat dartmouth police say they responded to a report of a man abusing a dog with a baseball bat vehicle on friday and they say they found fifty year old gregory oeste guy of new bedford beating a dog meanwhile nec n reports and investigation found asta guy did strike the dog and he has since been arrested and charged with cruelty to animals dog is in the care of a veterinarian and is being treated for non life threatening injuries first lady melania trump has been released from the hospital and is back at the white house cbs's jim taylor has that report her hospitalization after kidney treatment lasted a week lengthy stay raised questions about whether the first lady's condition may have been more complicated than initially revealed mrs trump had been at walter reed national military medical center near washington since monday when she quietly underwent an embolism procedure to treat an unspecified kidney condition the white house described it as benign president trump welcome to his wife home from the hospital in a tweet that misspelled her first name a few minutes later trump posted another tweet with the correct spelling president jimmy carter delivered the commencement address at liberty university the christian institution in lynchburg virginia today the thirty ninth president spoke about what he saw as the most pressing issues seven times as many americans in prison as a woven i left the white house seven times as many more than any other country owner we also know that the partisan divisions and.

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Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers

"Sports fla i'll marco politi well after a slow start the rockets just too much for the thunder rockets have exploited this match up all night long over carmelo anthony is defending they go right atom drives lows right by gets to the rim and easily finishes with left and that is that just like taking candy from a baby make it sixteen straight wins for the rockets they bounced the thunder one 221 twelve chris paul with 25 james harden at 23 11 assists greg i commend the call on the rockets radio network house where the sixers outscored the hornets 121 fourteen ben simmons 16 points 8 rebounds 13 assists raptors pick up a halt 106 ninety two marta rosen at twenty five wizards outlasted the he 117 one thirteen in overtime thanks to thirty from bradley beal i anthony davis another monster night one thirty one thirty all the over the david fury there just goes to the rim all the old saab new york transparency today davis turnaround trouble up the larry god followed thirty nine for new orleans said third swiss forward slash all world anthony davis davis at forty one points thirteen rebounds pelicans to raise the clippers 121 116 sean kelly the call on the pelicans radio network press the scoreboard the blazers pounded the knicks one eleven eighty seven deeming low of thirty seven were used to got the nets 114 wanna once that curry with thirty four the mavericks down the nuggets one eighteen 10 seven college troops acci round syracuse took out wake forest 73 64 boston college dumped georgia tech 87 77 and notredame slip by pittsburgh 6764 automatic beds we had ourselves in overtime game in the cia how will walk away with a person died since 1993 guided put collagen charles movement is going to the ncaa tournament journalist in shock northeastern 83 seventy six in overtime to win the cia is their waste a thirteen point halftime deficit at scot graeme with called on westwood one hausbergen zagre routed byu seventy four fifty four to win the west coast conference rising league finals with the right state they raise cleveland's thinks seventy 74 fifty nec finals lu brooklyn down wagner seventy one sixty one in south dakota state is going dancing as they dump south dakota 97 eighty seven when the summit league memphis head coach tubby smith maybe in some trouble gary parish.

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