Alex Hammond Blog: Champions Day preview | Racing News

Alex Hammond fancies a French raider in the Champion Stakes – check out her strongest fancies for Ascot on Saturday.

This Saturday I’m back at Ascot for my second QIPCO British Champions Day with Sky Sports Racing and can’t wait to bring you a world-class card.

One of the highlights on the six-race card is the Champion Stakes where Magical is bidding to become the second successive horse to win the Group 1 back-to-back following Cracksman in 2017/2018.

Aidan O’Brien’s five-year-old mare looks as good as ever this year and her trainer has confirmed that. She has an outstanding record at this meeting. Not only did she win this in 2019, but she was also victorious in the 2018 Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes. Her latest run is working out well with fourth placed Sottsass subsequently winning the Arc. She has plenty to recommend her, clearly.

Of her rivals Mishriff

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James Fisher AIS and SRO Solutions launch new digital partnership for maritime and offshore sectors

A new digital partnership is being announced which aims to create one of the most innovative and advanced asset management systems in the maritime and offshore sectors.

The collaboration is being launched by James Fisher Asset Information Services (AIS) and Manchester-based tech company SRO Solutions which represents tech giant IBM’s Maximo software in the marine industry. For the first time it will see four proven technologies offered as one package supported by experienced marine and offshore teams from AIS and SRO Solutions fusing their combined expertise. The four technologies (see notes to editors) are IBM’s Maximo asset management software and SRO’s Data Replication Solution together with AIS’s digital twin platform R2S, and Mimic Condition Monitoring (CM).

SRO Solutions founder Tony Lackey, a trained marine engineer, said the new partnership is a hugely exciting moment for the sector as it will drive massive digital innovation in the efficient management of thousands

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Oman Air launches new website to woo passengers | News

Oman Air has debuted a new website, which delivers a smooth, simple experience for passengers.

The refined user experience makes it effortless to create journeys and learn more about appealing destinations in Oman, special offers and travel-related information.

The new site, which features a fresh, contemporary design and user interface, provides simplified access to flight options and payment alternatives, along with state-of-the-art security.

Mobile users will enjoy an experience which is fully optimised for Apple and Android devices and provides the same ease of use which is accessible via laptop and desktop computers.

Content has been expanded and refined to provide improved information in more than four languages including Arabic and English Arabic, about Oman Air activities, news and more.

To ensure that guests travel safely and efficiently, the site is regularly updated to provide the latest information about travel requirements related to the coronavirus.

The new site, which features

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Infinite Electronics, Inc. Promotes David Quinn to Chief Revenue Officer

Quinn brings an impressive body of experience to this role, including serving as Director of Engineering for Motorola before moving on to lead his own company, Kaval Wireless, as President and CEO. During this time, he also founded and served as Chairman of Azonic Networks, a service provider of in-building wireless communications. Quinn joined Infinite Electronics in 2017 as Executive Vice President of Business Development as part of the acquisition of Smiths Microwave Telecom (SMT). While with Infinite, he has played a key role in all mergers & acquisitions (M&A) activity, including the integration of PolyPhaser, Transtector and RadioWaves, the acquisition and integration of ShowMeCables and Integra Optics, and the divestiture of Kaelus.

Additionally, Quinn has led all of Infinite’s annual strategic planning endeavors, the transformation and leadership of all product management functions since 2019, and he has been a critical member of the executive leadership team during his tenure.

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iPhone 12 isn’t the only thing Apple could unveil today: 5 more guesses


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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

Apple has announced its newest iPhone during a September media event every year since 2012’s iPhone 5. During the September 2020 Apple event, we got new Apple Watch and iPad models, and a bundled subscription service, but no new iPhone. That didn’t come as a complete surprise, as a delay had been rumored for months. Now, Apple is hosting a second virtual launch event later today, where the iPhone 12 is expected to make its delayed debut. Here’s how to watch Apple’s livestream.

The iPhone isn’t the only missing-in-action update or new launch we’ve been waiting for. These are some of the things we didn’t see in September, but that might (or might not) show up before the end of the year.

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E-Commerce In The Age Of Covid-19 Part One: Advances In Merchant Software

This article is the first article of a three-part series on e-commerce addressing the merchant experience, improving consumer experience, and the next generation of technology

Covid-19’s impact on American retailers has been massive — not just in terms of lost income or jobs, but also the accelerated rise in e-commerce volume. Online retail, which had previously taken more than a decade to reach 16%, leapfrogged to 27% in the 2 months following the onset of Covid. Experts forecast this growth will only continue, magnifying the opportunity for e-commerce but also the challenges ahead.

For merchants, the rapid shift from in-store to online has made an e-commerce platform a business necessity. Retailers that had previously sat on the sidelines are now forced to reckon with a new reality. Meanwhile, those that already had strong web platforms are quickly working to improve them. Regardless of their prior embrace of the stage of

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iPhone 12 series will have faster Face ID, improved zoom and longer battery life

Yesterday, @PineLeaks a series of information about the “finalization and modification” of the upcoming iPhone 12 series. According to him, all the important information about this series is already public. However, there is still some relevant information for leaks. According to the leak, Apple still intends to launch the “dynamic partition algorithm” function, which may make Face ID faster. Due to the smaller size of the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini, the width of the bangs will reduce. It will achieve this by arranging the components of the TrueDepth camera system more “tightly”. However, there will be an increase in height.

iPhone 12 series

Furthermore, the new leak believes that all iPhone 12 models will come with significantly better digital zoom capabilities. Apple will achieve this through software enhancements. Also, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a much better optical zoom.

In addition, there may be “a

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Chargers’ Mike Pouncey needs hip surgery, will miss season

The Chargers lost center Mike Pouncey for the season Thursday because of a hip problem he has been dealing with for years.

The team announced Pouncey would have surgery sometime this month.

“On top of being a Pro Bowl talent, he’s the ultimate captain, teammate and competitor,” general manager Tom Telesco said in a statement. “Quite simply, he’s one of the best leaders I’ve ever been around.”

Pouncey, 31, made the Pro Bowl after his first season with the Chargers in 2018. Before the opener last September, he signed a one-year extension through this season. But Pouncey suffered a season-ending neck injury five games into 2019, and that injury also required surgery.

He made it back to practice early in training camp before leaving the team briefly because of a death in his family. After rejoining the team, Pouncey was unable to practice because of a hip issue dating back

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Defence Acquisition Procedure 2020 calls for 50% local content vs 40% earlier

NEW DELHI: Domestically designed, developed and manufactured armaments and defence hardware must have at least 50% indigenous content, as per the new Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP) which was unveiled on Monday. This is up from 40% in the procedures outlined in 2016.

If a defence platform is manufactured in India, it must have 60% Indian content, according to the DAP 2020, released by defence minister Rajnath Singh. The policy which the defence ministry says is “aligned with the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat” or Self Reliant India, aims to “empower” the domestic industry through the Make in India initiative.

Atmanirbhar Bharat was introduced by the Modi government in May to kickstart the economy which had come to grinding halt after a stringent lockdown was imposed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus disease.

Provisions contained in the document are meant to ensure that India turns into a global manufacturing hub.

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Web Real-time Communication (RTC) Solution Market Type, Application, Specification, Technology and Forecast to 2026

“Web Real-time Communication (RTC) Solution Market 2020-2026:”


Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Web Real-time Communication (RTC) Solution – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2026” To Its Research Database.

Updated Research Report of Web Real-time Communication (RTC) Solution Market 2020-2026:



Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Web Real-Time Communication estimated at US$2 Billion in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$19.5 Billion by 2026, growing at aCAGR of 38.3% over the period 2020-2026. Solution, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record 37.7% CAGR and reach US$11.8 Billion by the end of the analysis period. After an early analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and its induced economic crisis, growth in the Services segment is readjusted to a revised 39.3% CAGR for the next 6-year period.

Market segment by Type, the product

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