it's gearing up for the Mother of all Squeezes,wait and LEARN !!!!!!!!!!
NICE also pointed out that Dendreon only plans to offer Provenge via a limited number of treatment centres at first, which it says may make it difficult for all patients in England to access treatment, and may result in high travel costs for the individual or the NHS.
Dendreon and other consultees now have the opportunity to respond to this preliminary guidance and offer clarification where needed.
Psycho trader nothing to worry about...
Samsung Electronics Co., a South Korean tech giant, said Sunday that it has developed a core technology for a faster wireless fidelity (WiFi) network, whose Internet access it claims is more than five times faster than the current WiFi access.
Samsung, the world's largest manufacturer of smartphones, said the new WiFi technology allows users to download and upload data at speeds of up to 575 megabits per second (Mbps), compared to the currently available 108 Mbps.
For one, smartphone users will be able to send and receive a 1GB movie in three seconds, Samsung said.
The tech giant said the new WiFi technology also sharply reduces radio frequency interference, which is common for the current wireless Internet connection, as it uses a ultrahigh frequency spectrum.
Samsung said it plans to adopt the new WiFi technology for its next smart devices, medical equipment and smart home network services.
Last year, Samsung developed the fifth-generation network (5G) for the first time in the world, which enables customers to access a stream of data faster than before, such as an entire movie in less than a second.(Yonhap)
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(oeh oeh not good)
The northern Chicago suburbs are a hub for major pharmaceutical and medical-industry companies, but a new federal database shows that giants based elsewhere are making the biggest payments to Illinois physicians and hospitals for their expertise and research.
here you can see that Money has the power.
listen, i rather have a stock going down if ALL stocks are going down and this was still the case for a few days,thereby there was no BIG volume,so relax, a suprise is on the way!!
all wel said and done,but you cannot look in their pipeline / developments and that is where a Pharmaceutical comp. is looking.......
EU, China reach tentative deal to end telecom equipment tariff threat.
BRUSSELS—The European Union and China have reached a tentative deal that will end the threat of punitive import tariffs on Chinese telecommunications equipment makers Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp., people familiar with the agreement said.
Chinese Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng and the EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht are expected to meet in Brussels on Oct. 18 after the Asia-Europe summit meeting in Milan to complete the agreement, an EU official said. Negotiators have an oral agreement but are still waiting for written confirmation, the official said.
The agreement would sweep away the cloud of tariffs that has been hanging in particular over Huawei, which has become a major supplier of equipment to European telecommunications companies. The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, in 2013 said it was ready to start investigations into imports of mobile telecommunications equipment made by Huawei and ZTE, claiming the two companies received unfair subsidies from the Chinese government and were “dumping” their products onto the EU market at rock-bottom prices.
The agreement will create an entity to review the market-share of Chinese equipment manufacturers in the EU and European companies -- Ericsson, Nokia Corp. and Alcatel-Lucent -- in China, a person familiar with it said. The EU insisted on that mechanism to ensure the three companies get a sizable percentage of huge contracts that are being tendered by China Mobile, the world’s largest telecommunications operator by number of customers, to roll out high-speed, 4G broadband across its mobile network.
China has also committed to further discussions on the hefty loans and loan guarantees that the government gives to Huawei and ZTE to finance their exports, mostly to the developing world, the official said. That represents a modest victory for the EU in an area that is highly sensitive for the Chinese government.
Cisco: Price Pressure from SDN ‘Tough,’ Says JP Morgan
In terms of where the industry is at, Hall emphasizes remarks from vendors that suggest they are actually shipping and deploying product, rather than merely talking about the tech:
In a noticeable change from last year all panelists talked about actual deployments that they are currently involved in with most expecting material production environment rollouts in 2015. Jennifer Lin [director of product management, Juniper Networks's (JNPR) Contrail unit] said Contrail is now having more deployment related discussions after having lot of initial academic discussions around SDN with customers. Kyle Forster pointed out Big Switch [Networks, a startup] (as of Thursday) increased its internal revenue forecast by 50%—a testament to the increasing customer traction with their SDN Solution—particularly Big Cloud Fabric. JR Rivers [CEO of startup Cumulus Networks] noted that some of their customers have NSX in production and that customers are happy to now work with multiple vendors to use best-in-class and most cost-effective solutions, instead of purchasing the whole stack from a single vendor.
Sunil Khandekar [CEO of startup Nuage Networks] said that they are working with a large fortune 150 company to implement Nuage across their entire DC architecture.
(October 3, 2014)
are you the brother of "Baghdad Bob" ..there were no American troops in Baghdad... hahahaha looser!!