ShareTweetShareShareEmail EHF Cup Final4 2019: Fuchse Berlin, TT Holstebro and FC Porto join THW Kiel Related Items:EHF Cup Recommended for you Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThree German and Spanish teams will play at Men’s EHF Cup Group stage. The biggest surprise of Round 3 made Portuguese FC Porto by beating German SC Magdeburg 34:27 in second match after 23:26 defeat.Also TT Holstebro caught the “big fish” French PAUC 28:25 (first match 25:25).Here are the results of Round 3. THW Kiel and Fuchse Berlin for EHF Cup 2019 trophy Click to comment EHF CUP 19/20: RNL in Minsk, Benfica in Nasice, Melsungen VS Olympiakos
PreSonus has released the Ampire High Density Pack, the first add-on for Ampire, PreSonus’ acclaimed amp modeling and effects plug-in. The new add-on includes a collection of three State Space Modeled iconic amps and six unique stompbox effects suited for guitarists looking for high-gain sounds and exotic effects. Also included are three new impulse-response-based cabinet models chosen to complement each amp. State Space Modeling is a mathematical method of transferring each component of an analog circuit into the digital domain, while maintaining the unique sonic characteristics of the original hardware.The new amp models include: the Metal Machine +, a high-gain British tube amp with 120 watts of raw power across two channels; Painapple #4, an all-tube British amp featuring a three-band EQ and four stages of high gain; and the Gazoline EMC2, a versatile German amp with two channels and a three-way mode switch. The six new State Space Modeled pedal effects are compatible with both Ampire and Pedalboard plug-ins and include Blue EQ, a versatile 10-band graphic EQ; Wildrive, a screaming overdrive to create heavy, crunchy tones and harmonics; Dual Comp, a British rarity with a cult following among bassists around the globe; Space Reverb, a boutique classic with a shimmer that has made it a favorite among guitarists and Ambient synth fans alike; Pitch Shifter, a Canadian favorite most popular for its dramatic “dive bomb” effect; and Demolition Drive, an overdrive for extended low range players.Ampire High Density Pack is compatible with the latest generation Ampire plug-in included in Studio One 5.1.1 or later, as well as the VST3/AU/AAX edition, and is available for $39.95.
Dorniden just misses second NCAA title Chris LempesisJune 14, 2006Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintWhen Minnesota’s women’s track and field coach Gary Wilson describes his team’s 19th-place finish at last week’s NCAA Outdoor Championships, it’s easy to see, despite lower placement, the Gophers performed well.“That’s the fourth time (in school history) we’ve been in the top 20,” said Wilson, who was named Midwest District and Midwest Region Coach of the Year at the NCAAs. “And there’s 325 Division I schools, and only 77 scored, and we were 19th, so you can’t fault that.”Minnesota tallied 14 team points in the championships – held in Sacramento, Calif. – and it becomes even tougher to fault the Gophers’ finish when looking at some of the individual performances out West.Minnesota had three competitors reach final events; topping that list was the showing by freshman Heather Dorniden.Dorniden finished second overall in the 800-meter finals with a time of 2:03.02, less than a second behind Oregon freshman Rebekah Noble (2:02.07).The result was a flip-flop from the same event at the NCAA Indoor Championships in March, when Dorniden bested Noble by eight one-hundredths of a second.Dorniden said she wasn’t able to top Noble’s kick near the end of the race.“My pace was fine going through the 400 (meter mark),” Dorniden said, “and then I was still up until the last like 30 meters or so. Then she had that kick again, except it started a little bit earlier this time.”While Dorniden – named Midwest District and Midwest Region Track Athlete of the Year at NCAAs – wasn’t able to pull off the indoor and outdoor sweep, but Wilson said he wasn’t disappointed one bit.“I couldn’t have been happier with what she’s done this whole year,” he said. “For a freshman to be first and second in the nation in two seasons is really something.”Junior Emily Brown turned in another strong finish for the Gophers in the 3,000-meter steeplechase finals. Brown finished fourth overall and broke the school record she set at the Big Ten Championships last month with a time of 9:56.62.“Every time she runs, she seems to set a record,” Wilson said. “I mean, nothing surprises me. She’s obviously a quality athlete and has done a great job this year.”Minnesota’s other finalist was junior Liz Alabi, who finished 12th overall in the hammer throw.While not a finalist per se because there were no preliminaries, sophomore Liz Roehrig had a solid showing in the heptathlon, finishing eighth. Although these performances were not quite enough for the Gophers to break into the top 15 as a team, all nine competitors that went to the championships will be back on the team next season to give it another go.That group – coupled with some talented incoming freshmen and some current team members whom Wilson believes will improve over the next year – has Minnesota thinking it could be looking down at whoever finishes 19th at NCAAs next year.“We could take as many as 15 kids to the national meet next year,” Wilson said. “And with that I think we can move up maybe into the top 10, which would be great.”Men finish tied for 22ndMinnesota’s men’s track and field team also brought nine competitors to Sacramento last week.The Gophers finished with 11 points, enough for a four-way tie for 22nd place with UCLA, Washington and South Alabama.“You’re always hoping for a few more points,” coach Phil Lundin said. “I was hoping to maybe break into the top 15 nationally – but, I guess, that’s the way it is.”Minnesota’s top performer at the NCAAs was senior thrower Karl Erickson.Erickson closed out his career at Minnesota on a high, finishing fourth in shot put and discus.Those finishes earned Erickson his sixth and seventh All-Americam honors, giving him the new school mark for All-Americam honors in men’s individual events. The previous record was held by thrower Ron Backes, who had five from 1984-1986.Erickson said he wasn’t even aware he had set a new mark until someone told him in Sacramento.“Obviously we’re going to miss him dearly,” Lundin said of Erickson. “But he represented Minnesota very well.”The Gophers had three other competitors reach final events – junior Aaron Buzard (eighth in the 400-meter run finals); senior Kevin Netzer (12th in high jump finals); and junior Derek Gearman (12th in triple jump finals).“I don’t think we had the results in the final that we wanted with those guys,” Lundin said. “But still, overall, it wasn’t bad.”
Qorvo has announced financial results for the Company’s fiscal 2019 fourth quarter, that ended on March 30, 2019. The revenue for Qorvo’s fiscal 2019 fourth quarter was $681 million, gross margin was 39.2%, operating income was $64 million and diluted earnings per share was $0.50.They ended the fiscal year 2019 strongly with March quarter revenue, gross margin and earnings per share well above their initial expectations. They forecast an even stronger start to fiscal year 2020 and currently project growth in revenue, earnings and free cash flow for full-year fiscal 2020.Strategic HighlightsAcquired Active-Semi International, entering rapidly growing $3B power management marketAchieved IDP revenue of $238 million, led by strength in 5G base station deployments, including massive MIMOAwarded entire RF front end section, including BAW filtering, for meshed Wi-Fi access points by a leading manufacturer of Wi-Fi home networking systemsSecured multi-year design win to supply GaAs and GaN components to Lockheed Martin for U.S. Department of Defense ground-based radar programIncreased support of 5G massive MIMO infrastructure deployments and secured new design wins across all anticipated sub-6 GHz 5G frequency bandsSupplied production volumes of highly integrated mid-/high-band PADs to the world’s top-six smartphone OEMs and received orders for next-generation 5G-enabled variants Introduced industry’s first stand-alone ET PMIC capable of modulating the power supply at 100 MHz for 5G New Radio (NR) operationDelivered record shipments of BAW-based band 1/3 quadplexers and achieved first design wins for highly integrated BAW-based hexaplexers, enabling higher orders of carrier aggregation Sampled BAW-based 5G antennaplexer solutions allowing customers to utilize current antenna architectures for 5G devices Experienced robust revenue growth for tuners and envelope trackers (ET) in support of some of the world’s most popular wearable devicesBob Bruggeworth, CEO of Qorvo feels that they executed well in the March quarter, and are poised to benefit from multiple long-term growth trends, including 5G, IoT, and the proliferation of GaN. On May 6, Qorvo completed the acquisition of Active-Semi International. This will now enable them to expand their product offerings and extend their reach into new high-growth power management markets.Qorvo currently believes the demand environment in its end markets will result in quarterly revenues in the range of $780 million to $800 million in the June 2019 quarter.