What’s Next for Dell EMC Servers

first_imgThe numbers are in and the analysts have ranked Dell EMC as #1 in server shipments units, but that is just one milestone of the many along the Dell EMC journey. In an interview on theCUBE at Dell EMC World, Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, President of Server Solutions at Dell EMC, shares insights into how Dell EMC will continue evolve servers to better connect the world… and even power driverless cars.last_img

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Satyameva Jayate box office collection Day 1: John Abraham film is on fire

first_imgThis Independence Day, Bollywood fans witnessed an epic clash at the box office between two close friends. Akshay Kumar’s sports drama Gold clashed with John Abraham’s masala entertainer Satyameva Jayate. The question on everyone’s lips was- who would win the box office battle?According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, both the films performed phenomenally well and set the box office on fire, so there was clearly no need to worry for either side. Satyameva Jayate made Rs 20.52 crore on first day. 2018 is turning out to be quite a lucky year for John, whose previous film Parmanu The Story of Pokhran did good business at the box office. It earned Rs 4.82 crore on its first day.Though Satyameva Jayate has been panned by critics, it has opened on a good note and the morning shows at several cinema halls are running to full houses. It witnessed a 42.5% occupancy in its morning shows on the first day. The film opened in 2500 screens.Satyameva Jayate, directed by Milap Zaveri, tells the story of Veer, a vigilante, who is determined to weed out corruption by taking law into his own hands. Manoj Bajapayee, an honest and intelligent police officer, is out to catch him before all hell breaks loose.MOVIE REVIEW ALSO WATCH| John Abraham: Does cinema have a social responsibility?last_img read more

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PBL auction: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and Carolina Marin bag big deals

first_imgRio 2016 gold medallist Carolina Marin was bought by the newly introduced Premier Badminton League (PBL) franchise Pune 7 Aces while the Indian duo of PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal were picked up by Hyderabad Hunters and North Eastern Warriors respectively in the PBL auction in New Delhi on Monday.Sindhu, who came second to Marin in Rio, was bought by the defending champions for Rs 80 lakh. Marin and Saina also fetched the same amount from their respective franchises.Saina, a bronze medallist in London 2012, was bought as the icon player by the North Eastern Warriors. She had earlier represented the Awadhe Warriors for the past three editions.”We had a set game-plan and I am really ecstatic to be able to rope in some of the big names in the auction pool today. It has been a perfect implementation of the homework we had done. With a champion in Marin, experienced Mathias Boe in the doubles category and young Lakshya Sen, am really optimistic how balanced the team has shaped up. Can’t wait for the season to start!” said Taapsee Pannu, owner of Pune 7 Aces, after the player auctions. Ashwini Ponnappa with Pune 7 Aces owner Taapsee Pannu (PBL Photo)”PBL Season 4 is coming up. I am really happy to know that I am with the North Eastern Warriors. So, really looking forward to play,” Saina said in a Twitter video.Looking forward to play @pblindialive 2018 for the @NEShuttlers team pic.twitter.com/yeho50GrnZSaina Nehwal (@NSaina) October 8, 2018Other than the trio, world No.9 Sung Ji Hyun was also snapped up for Rs 80 lakh by Chennai Smashers.advertisementAmong the big names in men’s badminton, former World No.1 Victor Axelsen of Denmark was picked up by Ahmedabad Smash Masters for Rs 80 lakh, while World No.6 Kidambi Srikanth joined Bengaluru Raptor for the same amount.H.S. Prannoy was bought by Delhi Dashers after a bidding war with Mumbai Rockets for Rs 80 lakh, while South Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun and Lee Yong Dae also went for the same amount to Chennai Smashers and Mumbai, respectively.Thank you !! Looking forward to the season kicking off .. can’t wait !! https://t.co/iuu4JCV16kKidambi Srikanth (@srikidambi) October 8, 2018The Awadhe Warriors spent Rs 70 lakh to bag the services of South Korean Son Wan Ho while Pune bought Denmark’s Mathias Boe for Rs 50 lakh.Teenaged sensation Lakshya Sen was bought by Pune for Rs 11 lakh while another youngster Satwiksairaj Rankireddy went for a whopping Rs 52 lakh to the Ahmedabad Smash Masters. Squad and Price in Lakh (INR) – Hyderabad Hunters: Men’s Singles: Lee Hyun Il (60), Rahul Yadav Chittaboina (3), Mark Caljouw (7), Women’s Singles: PV Sindhu (80), Sai Uttejitha Rao (1), Men’s Doubles: Kim Sa Rang (45), Arun George (1), Bodin Issara (21), Mixed Doubles: Eom Hey Won (37), Meghana Jakkampudi (3)Mumbai Rockets: Men’s Singles: Sameer Verma (42), Andres Antonsen (55), Pratul Joshi (1), Women’s Singles: Shriyanshi Pardeshi (1), Anura Prabhudesai (1), Men’s Doubles: Manu Attri 918), Lee Yong Dae (80), Kim Gi Jung (45), Mixed Doubles: Pia Zebadiah (15), Kuhoo Garg (2)North Eastern Warriors: MS: Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk (20), Tian Houwei (32), AS Siril Verma (3), WS: Saina Nehwal (80), Rituparna Das (6), MD: Yoo Yeon Seong (49), Liao Min Chun (20), Dhruv Kapila (1), XD: Kim Ha Na (40), Kukkapalli Maneesha (1)Pune 7 Aces: MS: Brice Leverdoez (20), Lakshya Sen (11), Sony Dwi Kuncoro (10), Ajay Jayaram (10), WS: Carolina Marin (80), Line Kjaersfeldt (31), MD: Vladimir Ivonov (17), Mathias Boe (50), Chirag Shetty (14), XD: Prajakta Sawant (3)Chennai Smashers: MS: P Kashyap (5), Chong Wei Feng (14), Rajiv Ouseph (24), WS: Sung Ji Hyun (80), Saili Rane (1), MD: Or Chin Chung (15), Chris Adcock (54), B Sumeeth Reddy (10), XD: Gabrielle Adcock (36), Rutaparna Panda (2)Ahmedabad Smash Masters: MS: Sourabh Verma (16), Viktor Axelsen (80), Daren Liew (33), WS: Kirsty Gilmour (26), Vaishnavi Bhale (1), MD: Lee Chun Hei Reginald (18), Satwiksairaj Rankireddy (52), K Nandagopal (1), XD: Sikki Reddy (29), Anoushka Parikh (3)Awadhe Warriors: MS: Guru Sai Dutt (7), Son Wan Ho (70), Lee Dong Keun (36), WS: Rasika Raje (2), Beiwen Zhang (39), MD: Lee Yang (31), MR Arjun (5), Mathias Christiansen (37), XD: Ashwini Ponnappa (32), Sanyogita Ghorpade (1)Bengaluru Raptors: MS: K Srikanth (80), B Sai Praneeth (32), Mithun Manjunath (2), Nygun Tein Minh (6), WS: Vu Thi Trang (9), MD: Hendra Setiawan (42), Marcus Ellis (20), Mohammad Ahsan (42), XD: Lauren Smith (20), Sanjana Santosh (2)Delhi Dashers: MS: HS Prannoy (80), Chirag Sen (1), tommy Sugiarto (70), WS: Evgeniya Kosetskaya (5), MD: Chai Biao (42), Maneepong Jongjit (23), Wang Sijie (15), Vighnesh Devlekar (1), XD: Lee Chia Hsin (20), V Harika (1)(With inputs from IANS)last_img read more

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