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first_imgNorthEast United FC on Monday said that Chennai police have arrested two city-based youth in relation to the incident in which three northeast girls were harassed during a Hero Indian Super League (ISL) clash here on Thursday.A group of men surrounded the girls and mocked them with inappropriate signs during the match between Chennaiyin FC and NE United at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.In a video which is going viral, a man was seen dancing obscenely in front of one of the women.Is this how you treat visiting fans @ChennaiyinFC @Supermachans ?? pic.twitter.com/XP5l6nA4el- Khalid Mahmood (@TheReal_Khalid) 23 November 2017″Thanks to a prompt action from @chennaipolice_ and DGP of TN, two Chennai based youth have been arrested and kept under judicial custody,” NE United wrote on Twitter.Update: Thanks to a prompt action from @chennaipolice_ and DGP of TN, two Chennai based youth have been arrested and kept under judicial custody.We would like to thank Mr Wapang Toshi and entire team at NEIWAC for their proactive efforts to initiate a Police inquiry. pic.twitter.com/s3gq8jBvER- NorthEast United FC (@NEUtdFC) November 27, 2017Social media went abuzz as soon as the video made it to the internet and unanimously criticised the behaviour of some of the ‘Supermachans’.Earlier, NorthEast United owner and bollywood actor John Abraham issued a statement condemning the incident and called it “deeply disturbing”. Abraham said that he would personally meet the victimised girl.”It’s deeply disturbing to me when sports becomes an unsafe or unharmonious place for anyone.advertisementStatement: NEUFC stands by the the passionate supporters who faced untoward incident at the Marina Arena in Chennai last night. Here is a brief statement from our owner John Abraham. #Highlanders we are with you. #8States1United pic.twitter.com/ceej8iVvG3- NorthEast United FC (@NEUtdFC) November 24, 2017″To the girl victimized by these insensitive and thoughtless people, ‘We stand with you and you’ll never feel alone as you must’ve felt in that moment. I will personally meet you and make sure you are ok’,” Abraham said.Abraham further announced that he will make sure that the culprits are punished and apologize for their behaviour.”To the ‘fans’ who troubled her, ‘I’ll call you fake fans because I know that Abhishek or myself would never condone this behaviour from our own true fans. I will find you and make sure you are punished and apologize for your behaviour’,” the statement said.last_img read more

first_imgADLINK Technology announces that it is collaborating with Intel to refresh its carrier-grade network appliances CSA-7210/7400 and AI training platform ALPS-4800 with the new 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The development represents ADLINK’s active involvement in delivering Intel® Select Solution for Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI). The refreshed products are expected to be available in Q4 of 2019.With improved Intel Turbo Boost technology 2.0 frequencies of up to 4.4 GHz and significantly enhanced memory support for Intel Optane DC persistent memory and increased DDR4 frequencies, Intel’s 2nd Gen Xeon Scalable processors not only provide an advanced compute core designed to excel wherever enormous performance for rapid data analysis is needed, but also enable a broad range of AI and machine learning applications with Intel Deep Learning Boost that adds new Vector Neural Network Instruction (VNNI). Intel Speed Select Technology, another important new feature, provides an ideal solution for dynamic service delivery based on workload needs. In addition, the new Intel Xeon Scalable processors deliver hardware-enhanced security to enable more effective data protection, greater workload integrity and suppression of malicious exploits with reduced performance overhead.ADLINK’s CSA-7210/7400 (2U/4U) are next-generation, high performance, carrier grade Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) network security platforms built on the ADLINK Open Compute Carrier-grade Edge Reference Architecture (OCCERA), integrating network interfaces, switches, and overall computing capacity. The CSA-7210/7400’s flexibility and configurability enable cross-business product deployment and easy integration to other high-end network security markets, such as next-generation firewalls, telecommunications, and Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC). Featuring high throughput capacity and I/O density, parallel computing and computing density, carrier-grade high availability, and support for standardized API management, the application-ready CSA-7210/7400 meet the stringent requirements of network security systems, and enhance solution integrators’ competitive positions by allowing them to focus their development efforts on differentiating end applications. The CSA-7210/7400 have been deployed globally by leading system integrators in a variety of high-profile use cases such as IDS/IPS network security solutions and SD-WAN enterprise network service platforms.ADLINK’s ALPS-4800 is the company’s latest AI training platform, validated with up to 8 GPU accelerators in a 4U server design. More than just a hardware server system, the ALPS-4800 is an optimized, workload-conscious acceleration system for Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) and High Performance Computing (HPC) applications for smart factory, smart city, mobile robotics, defense, medical, and digital security and surveillance (DSS). Integrating a server node powered by dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors and PCIe expansion box with PCIe switching, the ALPS-4800 platform is highly configurable and scalable to support the combination of GPUs required to meet the needs of a variety of applications, support different workloads and demands, multiple topologies and bandwidths between GPUs and CPUs by making only simple cable routing adjustments. Moreover, InfiniBand support allows the platform to be easily scaled up to multiple GPU clusters.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous Flash memoryNext Syslogic: rugged computers and HMI systems for construction machinerylast_img read more