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Nokia and SFR first in France to conduct a 5G New Radio call using 3.5 GHz spectrum

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The 5G call used Nokia 5G NR technology, incorporating the Nokia 5G-ready AirScale radio platform and Cloud RAN technology together with 3GPP-compliant end user test devices. A cloud infrastructure based on the Nokia AirFrame Datacenter solution was built to support Cloud RAN. The 5G New Radio NR standard, agreed by the 3GPP in December 2017, is designed to support a wide variety of 5G applications and enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) services. Nokia 5G NR systems use smart antennas to deliver multi-gigabit throughput speeds and millisecond ... Read More »

BMW Art & Culture is calling for applications for the BMW Residency dedicated to Photography, at GOBELINS, the School of Visual Arts Paris

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After 6 years of partnership with the Nicéphore Nièpce Museum, and as the BMW Group just celebrated his 100 years, BMW Group France confirms the new direction of the 2018 Residency through its partnership with GOBELINS, the School of Visual Arts in Paris, for the second consecutive year. For this new edition, BMW, which has always fostered a pioneering spirit, is more than ever putting the emphasis on experimentation. This is why GOBELINS was a natural choice for BMW; the two companies sharing the same values of excellence and innovation. ... Read More »

Oncodesign and Ipsen Enter into a Strategic Partnership in Oncology and Oncodesign Joins Ipsen’s Paris-Saclay Campus

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Claude Bertrand, Ipsen's Executive Vice-President, R&D and Chief Scientific Officer, said: "Ipsen has decided to locate its three R&D centers at the heart of the world's top competitiveness clusters in the life sciences industry (Paris-Saclay in France, Oxford in the United Kingdom, and Cambridge in the United States) to step up the pace of discovery of innovative new drugs." Christophe Thurieau, Ipsen Innovation's Senior Vice-President, Worldwide Scientific Affairs, added: "This partnership with Oncodesign fits perfectly with the devel... Read More »

Barco proudly helps Moment Factory create a unique fashion moment during the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit in Paris

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‘Jean Paul Gaultier’, an exhibition created by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Jean Paul Gaultier himself, has travelled the world and wowed nearly 1.5 million visitors since its kick-off in 2011. From 1 April onwards, the Grand Palais welcomes the exhibit, which features an installation designed specifically for this venue. Working closely with the curators at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the team at the Grand Palais, Moment Factory developed a concept to convert the Escalier des arts, a staircase located in between the first and ... Read More »

Endemol Shine Group announces newly combined Global Distribution Arm

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The combined business has regionally focused hubs in eight cities worldwide including London, Los Angeles, Paris, Sydney, Miami and Moscow and is also broadening its reach in Asia with new, dedicated distribution offices in Singapore and Mumbai. Leading distribution operations across the Americas, Asia, Australia and New Zealand is Executive Vice President, Sales & Acquisitions Matt Creasey, based in Los Angeles. Heading up Endemol Shine International’s teams across the European region is Executive Director, Europe, Mark Lawrence, bas... Read More »

Verdon Terminal relaunched Europorte wins the bid of Atlantic Port of Bordeaux

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Composed of three main centres, a port for the Bordeaux conurbation, a railway shuttle system and a port terminal, the logistics chain will be managed by a port logistics company to increase the flows between the terminals at Verdon and the hinterland. Europorte envisages the mobilisation of approximately 70 staff, dedicated resources and an initial investment of €10 million. The reduction in transit time and the growth in handling capacity for larger ships will enable the port to handle 70,000 containers in 2016. The Grand Port Maritime de ... Read More »

MEISSEN COUTURE® presents New Home Collection in Paris

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In addition to its new furniture designs, the luxury brand is also presenting a new lamp collection, new fabric creations, and two new tableware designs. Furthermore, the label with the crossed swords will show its first collection of luxurious outdoor furniture for the terrace and garden. "With these new lines, we are rounding out our programme. In terms of style, we are focusing on a classically modern mid-century style while playing with references to our historic design from our archives spanning three hundred years,” explains Christian ... Read More »

MEISSEN COUTURE® presents new home collection in Paris

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In addition to its new furniture designs, the luxury brand is also presenting a new lamp collection, new fabric creations, and two new tableware designs. Furthermore, the label with the crossed swords will show its first collection of luxurious outdoor furniture for the terrace and garden. "With these new lines, we are rounding out our programme. In terms of style, we are focusing on a classically modern mid-century style while playing with references to our historic design from our archives spanning three hundred years,” explains Christian ... Read More »

Charlie’s false friends

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First, there are those who never considered themselves Charlie in the first place - disaffected young Muslims from French suburbs who feel insulted by the crude caricatures of their religion in the satirical weekly, hotheads from Niger to Chechnya burning French flags in anger at caricatures of their prophet, and anguished intellectuals who admit they are simply not brave enough to be Charlie. Call them heartless, but at least the ‘Je ne suis pas Charlie’ faction are honest. Then there are the ‘I am Charlie’ hypocrites: representatives of Tu... Read More »

Air Partner and Ruslan International ensure safe delivery of historical arts for ‘Medieval Morocco’ Exhibition at the Louvre Museum in Paris

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The exhibition includes pieces of art such as architectural decoration, textiles, ivory and calligraphy dating back to the 11th-15th centuries. Open to the public from 17 October 2014 until 19 January 2015, it provides a new look at the period when the western Islamic world was at the height of its glory, as much in terms of its artistic production as its place in history, and recognises this powerful civilisation’s position at the centre of diplomatic and trade networks. The total value of the exhibition pieces carried onboard Volga-Dnepr’s... Read More »

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