MaxLinear has announced the acquisition of certain assets and the assumption of certain liabilities related to Microsemi Broadband Wireless Division, which was previously part of PMC-Sierra. These acquired assets and assumed liabilities specifically address wireless infrastructure markets, including wideband RF transceivers and synthesizers for 3G, 4G, and future 5G cellular base station and remote radio head (RRH) unit platforms.The acquisition will accelerate their market expansion efforts in the wireless infrastructure space. Based on third-party data and management estimates, MaxLinear estimates that the serviceable available market for wireless base station transceivers was approximately $500 million in 2015, and is expected to grow at a substantial rate over the next 5 years. This acquisition complements their multi-year organic development initiative in wireless microwave backhaul solutions.MaxLinear paid approximately $21.0 million in cash and assumed certain liabilities in exchange for the acquired assets. They may record charges for amortization of purchased intangible assets in the second quarter of 2016, and expects that it will incur incremental transaction-related deal expenses and expenses associated with post-closing transition services related to the acquisition. The amounts of these charges have not yet been determined. Excluding the charges referenced above, they currently expects this transaction to be approximately neutral to GAAP and non-GAAP earnings per share in 2016 and to become accretive to GAAP and Non-GAAP earnings per share in 2017.
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By The Nelson Daily SportsFor the third straight game the Beaver Valley Nitehawks used a late goal to steal victory from the jaws of defeat against the Nelson Leafs.Chris Derochie scored his third of the game with just over a minute remaining in the game to lift the Hawks past Nelson 6-5 in Fruitvale. In the past week Beaver Valley, with seven wins in eight games played between the two teams this season, has defeated the Leafs 2-1 in overtime, 3-2 and now 6-5.Leaf killer Ryon Sookro, and Derochie, each finished the game with four points.The Leafs rallied for two goals in a span of 27 seconds to tie the game at 5-5 late in the frame.Brantley Schapansky, Tyler Collins and Arie Postmus also scored for Beaver Valley. Raymond Reimer, Joel Stewart, finishing the game with four points, Adam Wheeldon, Cody Abbey with a pair, and Patrick Martens replied for Nelson.The game was tied at 1-1 after 20 minutes and 3-3 following two periods. Nelson out shot the Hawks 32-30.Nelson is back in action when the clubs hosts Castlegar Rebels in the first of a home-and-home series. Game time is 7 p.m. at the NDCC Arena.firstname.lastname@example.org
But getting off to a 2-0 lead after the first end seemed to calm the rink, despite giving up a deuce to Craig in the second.“We came out strong right from the get-go, getting two in the first end,” Thomson said. “We played strong all week and we were really the team no one wanted to play because we were on fire.”Thomson said the entire rink, was on fire.“Bobby (Ursel) read the ice very well all week and (third) Dave Stephenson made everything this week. Satch (Don Freschi) and I played the front end, did some sweeping . . . it was a great week.”Ursel regained the lead in the third with another deuce before taking over the game with a single point steals in the fourth, fifth and sixth ends.“When we put this thing together, this is what we wanted to accomplish,” Thomson explained. “We felt pressure playing the final game because anything short of a provincial title would be a failure.“So winning it and beating the two-time defending champion was kind of a little icing on the cake.”After finishing in a four-way tie for second with Craig, Castlegar’s Myron Nichol, the Kootenay Rep at the Championships, came up short during the Page Playoff 3-4 game.Nichol and third Bill van Yzerloo of Castlegar, second Garry Beaudry of Nelson and lead Richard Faunt of Trail lost 8-6 to Craig Lepine of Langley.Leading 6-4 after six, Lepine scored a trio of points in the seventh before stealing a single in the eighth as Nichol searched for the tying single, or winning, deuce in the final end.Thomson said following a post-game celebrations, the Ursel rink will refocus on the next challenge ahead, representing BC at the Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships March 28 to April 2 in Digby, N.S.Yup, once again time to adjust those sights. Bob Ursel and Company set their sights pretty high when Ursel, third Dave Stephenson, second Don Freschi and lead Fred Thomson joined forces back in October— win the BC Senior Men’s Curling Championship.The Okanagan/Kootenay rink successfully achieved that goal Sunday afternoon in Richmond, stopping two-time defending champion Wes Craig of Victoria 7-2 en route to the BC Senior Men’s Purple Heart.“The guys are very excited,” Thomson, from Nelson, told The Nelson Daily from Richmond.Ursel and Stephenson are from the Okanagan while Freschi is a Trail boy.“For me this is another Purple Heart . . . I now have Mens, a Mixed and a Senior’s title,” Thomson said.“I’m so thrilled and blessed,” Thomson added. “I’m so thankful for our supporters . . . people from Nelson sending us good wishes through the week.“This is just overwhelming . . . it was very emotional for us all.”Thomson admitted the rink was a bit nervous entering Sunday’s final. After dominating the rest of the teams throughout the week — finishing on top of round robin standings with a 6-1 record and hammering Craig 8-1 Friday in the Page Playoff 1-2 contest — the pressure was on the Ursel rink to bring home the Purple Heart.
GalwayCombined Events In the Girls events, at U12 level, Juno Hayes of Galway City Harriers took the honours in the quadrathlon, while in the U13 event, Danielle Moynihan of Tuam AC emerged victorious. Caoimhe Farrell of Loughrea AC won the U15 Girls Pentathlon, with Aoife Waldron of GCH winning at U16 level. Aoibhin Farrell of Loughrea claimed the U 17 title with Eilis Keogh of Corrib AC winning the U18 Girls title. In the Boys events, the multi-talented Darragh Fahy of Loughrea won the U13 Boys quadrathlon over four events, while at U14 level, Oisin Phelan of Tuam AC claimed gold. In the U15 competition Liam Shaw of Athenry AC pipped Matthieu Madden of GCH to gold after a very competitive pentathlon, while Samuel Madden of GCH won the U18 Boys Pentathlon.Pictured are Medal winners at the Galway combined events championships held in Dangan last weekend. L to R Oisin Phelan of Tuam AC, Matthieu Madden of GCh and Liam Shaw of Athenry AC GalwayCross Country The 2019 Galway Cross Countrychampionships will take place over two days, on October 6th and October 20thnext, with the Uneven Ages at Juvenile level for U9 to U19 athletes being heldin the Palace Grounds in Tuam next Sunday along with the Adult Senior and Masterschampionships.Among the favorites in the Seniorraces next weekend will be the likes of Rob Lennon of Castlegar and Mark Davisand Jack Miskella of Craughwell, with Kathryn Casserly and Niamh Hennelly ofGCH, along with Aine O Farrell and Edel Kelly of Athenry, all likely tochallenge for honours in the Ladies sectionThe programmed next Sunday starts at 1pm, with the U9 races first off. The Juvenile Even ages championships from U10 to U18 age groups will be held in Bushfield, Loughrea on day two, 20th October alongside the adult Intermediate championships. GalwayCross Country fixturesThe Galway Primary Schools Cross Country championships Finals for 2019 takes place this Tuesday 1st October next, in Renmore, Galway City. The Semi finals were held last week with 2,000 school children from over 100 schools in Galway taking part in what is undoubtedly one of the most exciting events on the athletics calendar.LoughreaGrey Lake 10kLocal athlete Cathal O Reilly took the honours at The Loughrea AC hosted Grey Lake 10k held Sunday last 29th September. O Reilly stormed home to victory in a great time of 34.51 on the testing 10k circuit, continuing his great run of form this season. Second place went to Arkadius Skupin with Ian Killy of West Limerick AC third. First lady over the line was Denise Barrett in 43.11, with Yvonne Fehilly of Athenry AC second and Nicola Egan third.MarathonCiaran Faherty of GCH put in anotherhugely impressive performance last Sunday at the famed Berlin Marathon. Fahertywho is now based in New Zealand ran a superb time of 2:19:05.There were other good performancesfrom Galway athletes, with David Keaney of GCH clocking 2.53, and the evergreenMartin Kearney of GCH breaking three hours yet again with a fantastic time of 2.59.40FixturesGalwayBay racesThe Galway Bay series of road races takes place in Salthill, in Galway City, next Saturday 5th October. There are three events on the card; a full marathon over 26.2 miles which starts at 8.30 am, the 10k which commences at 10.30 am and the half marathon which kicks off at 12.15 pm. Over 3,000 entrants are expected to compete on what is one of the biggest days of road racing in the West annually. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway Combined Events championships took place last Saturday in Dangan, with athletes competing over four events at U12 and U13 level, and five events from U14 level upwards.
Provincial / National FinalsThe Dates/Venues of the Provincial Finals are as follows;Cups & Shields;AIG National Finals at Donegal between Thursday 15 & Sunday 18 OctoberProvincial;AIG Connacht Finals shall take place at Athlone Golf Club on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday September 26th & 27th. Semi-finals and Finals in both the AIG Senior & Junior Cups; AIG Bruen and Purcell Finals only.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Please note; matches can only commence on or after Monday 20 July 2020. Each round must then be completed on or before the date shown on the Draw Sheet. The Connacht Branch has released all of the 2020 Inter-Club Competition Draws, except for the Connacht U16 Boys Inter Clubs which is as of yet unconfirmed due to difficulties in securing a central venue. Extensive guidance on participation in Interclub competitions for clubs and for individuals will be released “shortly” by the Golfing Union of Ireland.Playing of MatchesAll matches to be played over a single leg on a Home/Away basis with 3 matches at Home and 2 Away.Exceptions – Irish U18 Boys Inter Club (Kenny Cup) and the Connacht U16 Boys Inter Club (if it commences).Exceptions – Jack O’Sullivan Final shall be played over its traditional two legs.The Draws
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Aston Villa boss Dean Smith says Wesley will come goodby Paul Vegas22 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAston Villa boss Dean Smith has backed new striker Wesley to be a success at Villa Park.Wesley had a disappointing performance against Burnley last week.“His performance wasn’t great on Saturday against Burnley and he was the first to admit that to me afterwards as well when I went through his clips with him,” Smith said.“But what I’ve seen in training this week has been a reaction, he’s trained very well this week and he’ll be the first to go out there and try to prove people wrong.“It’s a tough job as a lone striker and he was up against two street-wise centre-backs in James Tarkowksi and Ben Mee, both very strong and street-wise centre-halves who can give a lot of centre forwards problems in this league.“I think that they got the upper hand on [Wesley] early on in the game and he showed his frustrations a little bit during the game, but he’ll learn from that. “He’s a young striker, still only 22 and he’ll get better and better.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
CALGARY, A.B. – Canada’s oil industry is expected to be back in the black this year thanks to higher oil prices and more production after registering three years of losses.But the Conference Board of Canada says the recovery will be modest and ongoing pipeline capacity problems will likely continue to result in Western Canada’s oil production selling for discount prices.Michael Burt, director of industrial economic trends, says the oil industry will register pre-tax profits of about $1.4 billion this year after a string of losses since prices crashed in 2014. He says the profits are partly the result of efficiencies in the use of labour that are expected to continue to limit hiring. The industry is expected to create just 2,150 new jobs over the next five years.Total crude production in Canada is forecast to rise by an average annual rate of 3.4 percent between 2018 and 2022, with most of it coming from the Alberta oilsands.Industry revenues are forecast to increase by about eight percent in 2018.“We’re talking about a shift back to being in the black for industry but margins are still quite thin,” Burt said.“So it’s obviously good news but for the industry it’s not a level of profitability that they would like to see to earn a sufficient return on their capital.”(THE CANADIAN PRESS)