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OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - 10 mai 2017) - Le Musée canadien de la nature et l'Office national du film (ONF) conjuguent leurs efforts pour produire une installation interactive unique en son genre, avec de la vraie glace, dans la Galerie de l'Arctique Canada Goose. Nommée Au-delà des glaces, cette installation sera présente dès l'ouverture de la nouvelle galerie permanente, le 21 juin 2017. La Galerie de l'Arctique Canada Goose constitue la contribution du Musée au 150e anniversaire de la Confédération. Elle plongera le visiteur dans les paysages naturels et la biodiversité de l'Arctique, au moyen de spécimens, d'artéfacts et d'interactifs mais aussi avec les voix et les points de vue des peuples qui y vivent. Elle incitera à réfléchir aux effets des changements qu'a connu, que connaît et que connaîtra l'Arctique. « Ce partenariat avec l'Office national du film, un de nos monuments culturels, permet au Musée de présenter l'Arctique par le truchement d'une expérience de narration novatrice et impressionniste, explique Meg Beckel, présidente-directrice générale du Musée canadien de la nature. Cette collaboration s'inscrit parfaitement dans la vocation du Musée et de l'ONF à sensibiliser la population à l'Arctique, l'un en étudiant sa biodiversité et son environnement, l'autre en enregistrant les voix des Autochtones du Grand Nord. » Dès l'entrée de la galerie, Au-delà des glaces transportera le visiteur dans l'Arctique par une expérience sensorielle faisant appel à l'ouïe, à la lumière, à la vue et même au toucher (avec des plaques de vraie glace). La riche biodiversité de cette région surprendra et rappellera les liens étroits qui existent entre les humains et la nature. Des scènes et des animations d'artistes inuits projetées sur la glace donneront vie à l'installation à mesure que le visiteur s'approchera de la glace et l'examinera de près. (Image : Visualisation conceptuelle de l'installation, Au-delà des glaces). « L'ONF est un centre d'innovation depuis plus de 75 ans et la source d'innombrables nouveautés technologiques et créatives. Nous sommes extrêmement fiers de nous associer au Musée canadien de la nature, à leurs scientifiques et leurs équipes créatrices. Au-delà des glaces témoigne magnifiquement de la présence de l'ONF dans l'espace public, de son audace à explorer des zones de création inédites et à repousser les frontières de la production numérique en empruntant de nouvelles avenues pour atteindre les auditoires », déclare Claude Joli-Coeur, Commissaire du gouvernement à la cinématographie et président du l'Office nationale du film du Canada. Avec le contenu fourni par le Musée, l'ONF a créé de nouveaux éléments multimédias et les met en ce moment à l'essai dans son studio interactif à Montréal. Le Musée s'occupe de l'installation de la structure de glace, elle-même élaborée par le groupe français Crystal, qui compte parmi les plus grands concepteurs d'expositions de glace au monde. L'expérience Au-delà des glaces et la visite de la Galerie de l'Arctique Canada Goose seront comprises dans les droits d'entrée du Musée canadien de la nature, lequel se trouve au 240 de la rue McLeod à Ottawa. Un mot sur le Musée canadien de la nature Le Musée canadien de la nature est le musée national de sciences et d'histoire naturelles du Canada. Il a vocation à transmettre des idées fondées sur des faits, à procurer des expériences instructives et à favoriser une relation enrichissante avec la nature d'aujourd'hui, d'hier et de demain. Le Musée accomplit sa mission grâce à ses recherches scientifiques, sa collection de plus de 14 millions de spécimens, ses programmes éducatifs, ses expositions permanentes et itinérantes et son dynamique site Web nature.ca. Le Centre de connaissance et d'exploration de l'Arctique poursuit la tradition plus que centenaire du Musée en matière de recherche, de documentation et de collection sur la biodiversité du Nord canadien. L'Office national du film du Canada (ONF), au carrefour mondial des contenus numériques, crée des documentaires et des animations interactifs d'avant-garde, du contenu pour appareils mobiles ainsi que des installations et des expériences participatives. Les productions interactives et plateformes numériques de l'ONF ont remporté 100 récompenses, dont 17 prix Webby. Le contenu primé de l'ONF peut être visionné dans ONF.ca, de même que sur les ordiphones, les tablettes et la télévision connectée au moyen de ses applications.


NAPA, May 15, 2017-/ The latest research on oak tannin, oxidative stability in white wine, use of sulfur additions and much more was presented at a technical conference in Santa Rosa on May 10, 2017.  Vicard Generation 7 hosted the conference which was attended by over 145 winemakers and journalists from Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Paso Robles and Washington State. Dr. Régis Gougeon, Professor of Chemistry & Enological systems at the Université de Bourgogne and head of the Burgundy Vine and Wine Cluster, presented work on wine ageing, including research on barrier properties of closures and wood/wine interaction.   Dr. Maria Nikolantonaki (Université de Bourgogne) showed how metabolomics can help with understanding the metabolic signature of wines to explain wines stability against oxidation.  Dr. Marie-Laure Badet presented a multi-vintage trial made in collaboration with a First Growth in Bordeaux and the ONF to study the impact oak tannin and geographic origin on red wine.  Dr. Watrelot, from UC Davis, presented data showing the impact of oak tannin and toast on California and Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon. After the presentations, winemakers tasted multiple trials highlighting the changes that can occur with different tannin levels or changes to toast on the same tannin level.  In addition to tasting, they also participated in a sensorial workshop of major oak barrel aromas such as whiskey lactone, vanilla, maltol, guaïacol, and several other compounds. The conference was the 3rd in a series of 4 being presented in the USA, Burgundy, Bordeaux, and Spain.  If you would like to attend the final conference in Bordeaux in June or would like information on the presentations or Vicard Generation 7, please contact: Christy Thomas at christy.thomas@vicardg7.com 707-228-5982 Jean-Charles Vicard founded the cooperage with a single goal: understand, control and then eliminate all the variables in the coopering process and deliver barrels that have predictable flavor profiles.  Vicard Generation 7 now leads the industry with a completely new approach regarding wood analysis, selection and toasting which ensures barrels are homogeneous and reproducible.  Backed by international research teams and the partnerships of wine and spirit professionals around the world, Vicard Generation 7 is changing the paradigm.


Dublin, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of SNS Research's new report "The vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts" to their offering. Global spending on virtualized small cells is expected to surpass $1 Billion annually by 2020. The “vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017-2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the vRAN ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for vRAN investments from 2017 till 2030. The forecasts cover multiple submarkets and 6 regions. vRAN refers to a RAN (Radio Access Network) implementation where some or all baseband functions are separated from the remote radio unit and run as VNFs (Virtualized Network Functions) on commodity hardware. This approach results in multiple operational benefits including but not limited to TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) reduction, performance gains and scalability. In addition, vRAN enables mobile operators to future-proof their networks for 5G upgrades. At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments, primarily in dense urban, enterprise and public venue environments. By virtualizing small cells, mobile operators can immediately evaluate the benefits of vRAN with no major impact on their larger macrocell RAN footprint. The market for virtualized small cells is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 130% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, SNS Research estimates that virtualized small cell deployments will account for a market worth over $1 Billion. Key Questions Answered The report provides answers to the following key questions: - How big is the vRAN opportunity? - What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth? - How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region? - What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow? - Which submarkets will see the highest percentage of growth? - Is centralization a pre-requisite for vRAN implementation? - What are the benefits and drawbacks of each baseband functional split option? - How can vRAN reduce the TCO of RAN deployments? - How can mobile operators future-proof their RAN investments for 5G upgrades? - Who are the key market players and what are their strategies? - What strategies should vRAN solution providers and mobile operators adopt to remain competitive? Key Findings The report has the following key findings: - vRAN investments are expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 125% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, estimates suggest that vRAN deployments will account for a market worth $2.6 Billion. - At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments and pilot engagements for macrocell coverage. - Mobile operators are exploring multiple baseband functional split options for vRAN implementation, as they seek to ease the transition to 5G networks while reducing fronthaul costs. - The ongoing 5G race is expected to significantly boost vRAN investments over the coming years. Estimates suggest that approximately $900 Million of all vRAN investments will be directed towards 5G networks by the end of 2020. Topics Covered The report covers the following topics: - vRAN ecosystem - Market drivers and barriers - vRAN architecture and key functional elements - Baseband functional splitting for vRAN implementation - Fronthaul networking technologies and interface options - Key trends including RAN slicing, RANaaS (RAN as a Service), neutral hosting and MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) - TCO comparison between vRAN and conventional RAN architectures - vRAN deployment models including Cloud RAN and virtualized small cells - Mobile operator case studies - Regulatory landscape, collaborative initiatives and standardization - Industry roadmap and value chain - Profiles and strategies of over 60 leading ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers - Strategic recommendations for ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers and mobile operators - Market analysis and forecasts from 2017 till 2030 Forecast Segmentation Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories: Submarkets - vRAN Radio Units - vBBUs (Virtualized Baseband Units) Air Interface Technology Segmentation - LTE & 3G - 5G NR (New Radio) Deployment Model Segmentation - Virtualized Small Cells - Virtualized Macrocells Regional Markets - Asia Pacific - Eastern Europe - Middle East & Africa - Latin & Central America - North America - Western Europe Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction 2: An Overview of vRAN 3: Standardization, Regulatory & Collaborative Initiatives 4: vRAN Deployment Models & Case Studies 5: vRAN Industry Roadmap & Value Chain 6: Key Market Players 7: Market Analysis & Forecasts 8: Expert Opinion - Interview Transcripts 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations Companies Mentioned - 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) - 6WIND - ADLINK Technology - Advantech - Airspan Networks - Altiostar Networks - Amarisoft - Argela - Aricent - ARM Holdings - Artemis Networks - Artesyn Embedded Technologies - ASOCS - ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute) - Broadband Forum - Broadcom - BT Group - Casa Systems - Cavium - China Mobile - China Unicom - Cisco Systems - Clavister - Cobham Wireless - Comcores - CommAgility - CommScope - Contela - Dali Wireless - Dell Technologies - DT (Deutsche Telekom) - eASIC Corporation - EBlink - EE - Ericsson - ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) - EURECOM - Facebook - Fujitsu - Hitachi - HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) - Huawei - IBM Corporation - IDT (Integrated Device Technology) - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) - Intel Corporation - ip.access - IS-Wireless - ITU (International Telecommunications Union) - JMA Wireless - Kathrein-Werke KG - KT Corporation - Linux Foundation - MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) - Mellanox Technologies - Microsemi Corporation - Mitel Mobility - Mobiveil - MontaVista Software - MTI Mobile - NEC Corporation - NGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance - Nokia - Nokia Networks - Nokia Technologies - NTT Communications - NTT DoCoMo - NXP Semiconductors - Octasic - ON.Lab (Open Networking Lab) - ONF (Open Networking Foundation) - Orange - OSA (OpenAirInterface Software Alliance) - Parallel Wireless - Phluido - Qualcomm - Quortus - Radisys Corporation - Ranzure Networks - Rearden - Red Hat - Samsung Electronics - SCF (Small Cell Forum) - SK Telecom - SoftBank Group - SOLiD (SOLiD Technologies) - SpiderCloud Wireless - Sprint Corporation - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Sunnada (Fujian Sunnada Communication Company) - Sunwave Communications - Telecom Italia Group - Telefónica Group - TI (Texas Instruments) - TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) - Vodafone Group - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - Vodafone Italy - Xilinx - xRAN Consortium - Xura - ZTE For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rgdgjf/the_vran


Dublin, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of SNS Research's new report "The vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts" to their offering. Global spending on virtualized small cells is expected to surpass $1 Billion annually by 2020. The “vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017-2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the vRAN ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for vRAN investments from 2017 till 2030. The forecasts cover multiple submarkets and 6 regions. vRAN refers to a RAN (Radio Access Network) implementation where some or all baseband functions are separated from the remote radio unit and run as VNFs (Virtualized Network Functions) on commodity hardware. This approach results in multiple operational benefits including but not limited to TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) reduction, performance gains and scalability. In addition, vRAN enables mobile operators to future-proof their networks for 5G upgrades. At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments, primarily in dense urban, enterprise and public venue environments. By virtualizing small cells, mobile operators can immediately evaluate the benefits of vRAN with no major impact on their larger macrocell RAN footprint. The market for virtualized small cells is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 130% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, SNS Research estimates that virtualized small cell deployments will account for a market worth over $1 Billion. Key Questions Answered The report provides answers to the following key questions: - How big is the vRAN opportunity? - What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth? - How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region? - What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow? - Which submarkets will see the highest percentage of growth? - Is centralization a pre-requisite for vRAN implementation? - What are the benefits and drawbacks of each baseband functional split option? - How can vRAN reduce the TCO of RAN deployments? - How can mobile operators future-proof their RAN investments for 5G upgrades? - Who are the key market players and what are their strategies? - What strategies should vRAN solution providers and mobile operators adopt to remain competitive? Key Findings The report has the following key findings: - vRAN investments are expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 125% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, estimates suggest that vRAN deployments will account for a market worth $2.6 Billion. - At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments and pilot engagements for macrocell coverage. - Mobile operators are exploring multiple baseband functional split options for vRAN implementation, as they seek to ease the transition to 5G networks while reducing fronthaul costs. - The ongoing 5G race is expected to significantly boost vRAN investments over the coming years. Estimates suggest that approximately $900 Million of all vRAN investments will be directed towards 5G networks by the end of 2020. Topics Covered The report covers the following topics: - vRAN ecosystem - Market drivers and barriers - vRAN architecture and key functional elements - Baseband functional splitting for vRAN implementation - Fronthaul networking technologies and interface options - Key trends including RAN slicing, RANaaS (RAN as a Service), neutral hosting and MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) - TCO comparison between vRAN and conventional RAN architectures - vRAN deployment models including Cloud RAN and virtualized small cells - Mobile operator case studies - Regulatory landscape, collaborative initiatives and standardization - Industry roadmap and value chain - Profiles and strategies of over 60 leading ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers - Strategic recommendations for ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers and mobile operators - Market analysis and forecasts from 2017 till 2030 Forecast Segmentation Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories: Submarkets - vRAN Radio Units - vBBUs (Virtualized Baseband Units) Air Interface Technology Segmentation - LTE & 3G - 5G NR (New Radio) Deployment Model Segmentation - Virtualized Small Cells - Virtualized Macrocells Regional Markets - Asia Pacific - Eastern Europe - Middle East & Africa - Latin & Central America - North America - Western Europe Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction 2: An Overview of vRAN 3: Standardization, Regulatory & Collaborative Initiatives 4: vRAN Deployment Models & Case Studies 5: vRAN Industry Roadmap & Value Chain 6: Key Market Players 7: Market Analysis & Forecasts 8: Expert Opinion - Interview Transcripts 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations Companies Mentioned - 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) - 6WIND - ADLINK Technology - Advantech - Airspan Networks - Altiostar Networks - Amarisoft - Argela - Aricent - ARM Holdings - Artemis Networks - Artesyn Embedded Technologies - ASOCS - ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute) - Broadband Forum - Broadcom - BT Group - Casa Systems - Cavium - China Mobile - China Unicom - Cisco Systems - Clavister - Cobham Wireless - Comcores - CommAgility - CommScope - Contela - Dali Wireless - Dell Technologies - DT (Deutsche Telekom) - eASIC Corporation - EBlink - EE - Ericsson - ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) - EURECOM - Facebook - Fujitsu - Hitachi - HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) - Huawei - IBM Corporation - IDT (Integrated Device Technology) - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) - Intel Corporation - ip.access - IS-Wireless - ITU (International Telecommunications Union) - JMA Wireless - Kathrein-Werke KG - KT Corporation - Linux Foundation - MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) - Mellanox Technologies - Microsemi Corporation - Mitel Mobility - Mobiveil - MontaVista Software - MTI Mobile - NEC Corporation - NGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance - Nokia - Nokia Networks - Nokia Technologies - NTT Communications - NTT DoCoMo - NXP Semiconductors - Octasic - ON.Lab (Open Networking Lab) - ONF (Open Networking Foundation) - Orange - OSA (OpenAirInterface Software Alliance) - Parallel Wireless - Phluido - Qualcomm - Quortus - Radisys Corporation - Ranzure Networks - Rearden - Red Hat - Samsung Electronics - SCF (Small Cell Forum) - SK Telecom - SoftBank Group - SOLiD (SOLiD Technologies) - SpiderCloud Wireless - Sprint Corporation - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Sunnada (Fujian Sunnada Communication Company) - Sunwave Communications - Telecom Italia Group - Telefónica Group - TI (Texas Instruments) - TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) - Vodafone Group - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - Vodafone Italy - Xilinx - xRAN Consortium - Xura - ZTE For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rgdgjf/the_vran

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