苏州夜生活

April 3 2004 It rained all night and continues th

first_imgApril 3, 2004It rained all night and continues through the day, a rare occasion here at Arcosanti. [Photo: Yuki & Text: sa] The Civil Engineering students from Osaka go over their drawings, to wait out the rain to continue their surveying. [Photo & Text: sa] For rainy day activity the work-shoppers help in the foundry. [Photo & Text: sa] For rainy day activity the work-shoppers help in the foundry. [Photo & Text: sa]It rained all night and continues through the day, a rare occasion here at Arcosanti. [Photo: Yuki & Text: sa] The parched desert breathes an almost audible sigh of relief. [Photo & Text: sa]last_img

Vimpelcom has sold its 75 stake in DVBH technolo

first_imgVimpelcom has sold its 75% stake in DVB-H technology company Dominant.The Russian telco sold its stake to businessman Yevgeny Roitman, who already owned 25% of the company. Roitman is planning to transform the company from a DVB-H specialist into a DVB-T2 outfit. The value of the deal is unknown but thought to run into millions of US dollars.Vimpelcom acquired its stake in Dominant for US$10.5 million (€8 millon) in 2007. It launched a DVB-H network in 2009, investing up to US$15 million in the project. However, the technology has proved unpopular in Russia and even Vimpelcom failed to launch DVB-H services via its Beeline TV brand.last_img