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Ma Yanfeng, Vice President of Huawei Marine said, "The WACS Consortium selected Huawei Marine to expand the system's capacity, and looking once again to Huawei Marine verified our product solution capabilities, quality, and process improvement capabilities.
"We are constantly working to improve the capabilities of the WACS network while maintaining an economically viable and flexible service for customers.
Last year I became the first ever Arab to gain Master Chef status from World Association of Chef Societies (WACS) a fantastic honour I hope inspires young Arabs into the industry.
Chef Gissur Gudmundsson, president of WACS, said he was very proud that WACS had made a decision to support the initiative and that WACs is happy to give the international certification to the 30 chefs.
WACS's enabling technology, a single lossless optical resonant cavity (Fabry-Perot etalon), spectrally separates light that sees the gas of interest from light that doesn't by tuning the cavity to coincide with the gas absorption.
Telecom Namibia together with WACS Consortium are preparing for the cable repair activity both on land and at sea, starting on Friday.
Following the course, the participants received international WACS certificates.
Ilie Wacs and his sister, Deborah Strobin, recount their family's ordeal in their book, "An Uncommon Journey.''
aACoeSouth Africa has begun initiatives to invest in technology and infrastructure,aACA[yen] said Ousmane Yatera, analyst at Pyramid Research.EeEe The landing of the undersea cable WACS (West African Cable System) is one of several projects expected to double South AfricaaACAOs broadband capacity while the upcoming BRICS and ACE cables will also contribute on this front.EeEe aACoeThese steps will strengthen the countryaACAOs data backbone and will improve the offering of broadband Internet and data-related services,aACA[yen] Yatera continued.EeEe aACoeEqually, operators are now looking to expand their 3G and 4G networks all over the country.
In 1990, the West African College of Surgeons (WACS), then under the administration of the now defunct West African Postgraduate Medical College, established three diploma training programs: Diploma in Anaesthesia (DA), Diploma in Ophthalmology and Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology'.
Aaron Darnley, chef de partie at The Queens in Belbroughton, Worcs, led the junior England team from University College Birmingham at The WACS Junior Culinary Grand Prix, where they picked up two silver medals.
Deborah Strobin and Ilie Wacs share their startling tale of triumph.
* WACS: The West Africa Cable System (WACS) is Africa's largest capacity submarine fibre optic cable spanning the west coast of Africa, starting at Yzerfontein near Cape Town, South Africa and terminating in the United Kingdom.
subsea cable networks including the West Africa Cable System (WACS), via Zambia, Zimbabwe
The lasers' patented Water Cutting Assist (WACS) minimizes warping and gives Matenaer the ability to create smaller contours out of thicker materials.