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Jakarta. Telecommunications company XL Axiata concluded its acquisition of Axis Telekom Indonesia on Wednesday, bolstering Indonesia’s second-largest service provider. “The acquisition of Axis by XL will create a healthier telecommunications industry…,” XL president director Hasnul Suhaimi said on Thursday. XL acquired a 95 percent stake in Axis, which it bought from Saudi Telecom Company for $865 million. It secured $865 million in loans from XL shareholders, Bank UOB, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and Bank DBS to help finance the takeover. XL, which counted 60.5 million subscribers as of last year, has secured all the requirements from the relevant authorities to purchase Axis. The latest approval came from Indonesia’s Antimonopoly Commission (KPPU).
NEHRP (National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program) Technical Briefs are published by NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as aids to the efficient transfer of NEHRP and other research into practice, thereby helping to reduce the nation’s losses from earthquakes. National Institute of Standards and Technology The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a federal technology agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce that promotes U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life. It is the lead agency of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). Dr. John (Jack) R. Hayes is the Director of NEHRP, within NIST’s Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL). Dr. Kevin K. F. Wong managed the project to produce this Technical Brief for BFRL. NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture This NIST-funded publication is one of the products of the work of the NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture carried out under Contract SB 134107CQ0019, Task Order 69195. The partners in the NEHRP Consultants Joint Venture are the Applied Technology Council (ATC) and the Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE). The members of the Joint Venture Management Committee are James R. Harris, Robert Reitherman, Christopher Rojahn, and Andrew Whittaker, and the Program Manager is Jon A. Heintz. Assisting the Program Manager is ATC Senior Management Consultant David A. Hutchinson, who on this Technical Brief provided substantial technical assistance in the development of the content.
By: Peter Gehring, Synergis AEC Solutions Director Autodesk Revit based products utilize the keyboard TAB key for a variety of timesaving techniques. Many users are familiar with using it to select chained collections of walls or lines but there are other ways that it can aid with object selection. TAB can be used to cycle between overlapping or nearby objects in 2d or 3d views. It can be used to cycle through alternate points to dimension to or through alternate running object snaps. Since some readers of this article may be new using Revit, I’ll start with the basics. No matter which technique you are using TAB for, you start by hovering over one of the objects you want to select. Revit will highlight to preview the object that will be selected once you hit the left mouse pick button. Hitting TAB again, before your pick, will cycle between selection choices. In the case of connected walls or lines the first TAB will highlight the wall or line you are directly hovering over (figure 1), the next TAB will select all other walls or lines chained to it (figure 2), hitting TAB again will cycle back to the first line or wall again. A tooltip will note that you have a chain of walls or lines high lit.
Project Profile Architecture Revit Architecture ● Training ● Consultancy “The industry-knowledge and product understanding has meant that we have been able to roll-out new software and working practices successfully.” Realising the Benefits of Revit Architecture The Requirement Realising that client and project requirements were changing, and that there was an industry groundswell of support behind 3D design solutions, Gilberts looked to implement Autodesk’s Revit Architecture. The Solution Following a number of discussions with Excitech, Gilberts implemented a number of Revit Architecture licences to work on a pilot project. Classroom training and technical workshops were undertaken to support the roll-out. The Result Having carried out a number of highly successful projects carried out in Revit, Gilberts have turned their attention to implementing Revit CAD Standards across the entire practice before rolling out Revit Architecture on all projects. Having utilised AutoCAD and AutoCAD Architecture for many years with much success, Gilberts, being rather visionary, noticed that client and project needs were changing and that these required a different way of working. Kelvin Donaldson, Director at Gilberts explains that “the groundswell of support Revit was receiving within the industry couldn’t be ignored. With a little bit of research it was obvious how beneficial Revit could be. But we were also aware of the potential risks of investing large sums of money in a new technology...
HONDA GX 160 - TECH MANUAL Updated October 31, 2013 FROM 2013 USAC NATIONAL .25 MIDGET RULE BOOK, APPENDIX I 731 Engine Protest Rules (applies to Honda and Briggs classes only) Protest shall be from within the same division of class only, i.e. Jr., Sr., Lt.& Hvy. 120-160, Animal or World Formula only. Competitors in the same division, and in the same race may make a protest on an engine. No protesting in Rookie Class. Handlers may not protest more than one car per event and may not protest same driver more than once per calendar year. Honda Engines and World Formula/Animal Engines may be protested for $400.00 cash only plus any applicable shipping charges if necessary. No protested related inspection will be started prior to the funds being posted with the proper official. This protest form and cash must be submitted to the Chief Steward, or his/her designee, before the end of the race that the protested engine is participating in I.E. Checkered ﬂag lap complete. The protest can only be made during an A-Main event. The person protesting the motor must have their engine inspected for compliance ﬁrst. If the “protester’s” engine is found illegal the protest is null and void and the protest fee will go to the club. If the “protester’s” engine is found legal the protest will continue. The Chief Steward, his/her designee, will hold the protest money until the protested engine has been inspected for legality. The protested engine shall be tagged/marked and sealed as soon as it car comes across the scale if it has not been sealed prior. The protested engine as well as the engine of the protested party shall be immediately taken to impound and/or presented to the Tech Director for inspection. Engine must remain in impound and in the possession of tech officials throughout the entire process, including shipping to USAC Headquarters or designated tech inspection station and the transferring of funds.
February 2013 John L. Greene, Research Forester, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Research Triangle Park, NC William C. Siegel, Attorney and USDA Forest Service Volunteer, River Ridge, LA William L. Hoover, Professor of Forestry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Mark Koontz, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN The Office of the Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service reviewed this publication and made valuable suggestions for improvement. Supersedes “Forest Landowners’ Guide to the Federal Income Tax,” Agriculture Handbook No. 718, issued March 2001. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD). To file a complaint of discrimination write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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FIS GT.M™ – Multi-purpose Universal NoSQL Database K.S. Bhaskar Development Director, FIS email@example.com +1 (610) 578-4265 Outline • M – a Universal NoSQL database • Using GT.M as a Multi-purpose NoSQL database for analysis, reporting data warehousing, etc. M – a Universal NoSQL database • Builds on NoSQL discussion of July 3, 2012 http://www.osehra.org/sites/default/files/sql_vs_nosql_discussion_-_osehra_awg_7-3-2012.ppt • Concepts and content inspired by & taken from: A Universal NoSQL Engine, Using a Tried and Tested Technology by Rob Tweed & George James http://www.mgateway.com/docs/universalNoSQL.pdf Traditional View ... Black Box • Data store – associative memory used for access and retrieval, works • • for all types of data and association supported Database – provides structure and meaning to data in a data store Objects – unite code and data – (GT.M feature – alias variables for creating containers for objects) Objects Database Data store More Contemporary View ... Glass Box • Distinction between data store and database is blurred