45 Ascot Key trends v vRan in a European 1,000 Guineas, 10/10 v vAdjusted Racing Post Rating of at least 123, 10/10 v vRated within 7lb of RPR top-rated, 9/10 v vFinished in the first three last time out, 5/10 (four of the exceptions finished fifth in a Classic) Other factors Seven winners had run in the 1,000 Guineas, where they finished 1120561; two ran in France (30) and three in Ireland (155).
25 Ascot Key trends v vBeaten on previous start, 9/10 (six over a different distance to this race) v vOfficially rated at least 95, 9/10 (seven were 100-plus) v vRan no more than twice that season, 8/10 v vFinished in the top six last time out, 8/10 v vAged four, 8/10 v vWon at Class 3 level or higher, 8/10 v vDrawn in the six lowest stalls, 8/10 (two exceptions came on easy ground) v vWon over 1m1f-1m3f, 6/10 Other factors Just one winning favourite in the last ten years with Sir Michael Stoute (four) and Saeed Bin Suroor (two) having saddled six of the beaten favourites.
The trial -- carried out at Beijing's Tisinghua University - demonstrated the flexibility, scalability, cost and energy-efficiency of Alcatel-Lucent's vRAN and NFV technologies for meeting the dynamically changing demands for access from an ever increasing number of applications and devices, people and machines.
In the trial Alcatel-Lucent's vRAN technology was deployed throughout the 442 hectares of Beijing's Tisinghua University campus, one of the leading universities in China with approximately 57,000 students and teachers.
Alcatel-Lucent's vRAN will be available for customer trials during 2015 and for commercial operation in 2016.
The introduction of Alcatel-Lucent's vRAN platform comes just 12 months after it announced an agreement with Intel -- at Mobile World Congress last year - to collaborate on NFV development.
Alcatel-Lucent has proven leadership in both wireless networks and virtualization, and has already introduced technologies to virtualize a wide range of network functions, including the evolved packet core (vEPC), IP Multimedia Subsystem (vIMS), Content Delivery Network (vCDN) and service routing (VSR), and demonstrated its vRAN
solution at Mobile World Congress 2015.
Alcatel-Lucent s vRAN will be available for customer trials during 2015 and for commercial operation in 2016
The introduction of Alcatel-Lucent s vRAN platform comes just 12 months after it announced an agreement with Intel at Mobile World Congress last year - to collaborate on NFV development.
The company demonstrated its vRAN solution at Mobile World Congress 2015.
DongMyun Lee, CTO and Senior Vice President of KT said: "KT recognizes Alcatel-Lucent as a global leader in vRAN and SDN.
base station uses universal hardware like computer CPUs, loading all functions in the form of software.