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Ladles Of Love

first_imgOn Friday, March 29, local politicians picked up their instruments at the Ladles of Love fundraiser at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, to benefit the East Hampton and Amagansett Food Pantries. G. E. Smith and a long list of local musicians also took their turn on stage. John Kowalenko and Cheryl Stair of Art of Eating organized the event. Sharelast_img

Cree to Supply Silicon Carbide Wafers to a Leading Global Semiconductor Company

first_imgCree has signed an agreement with a leading power device company for the supplying of Wolfspeed silicon carbide wafers. The agreement, valued at more than $85 million, governs Cree’s supply of advanced 150 mm silicon carbide bare and epitaxial wafers during this period of extraordinary growth and demand for silicon carbide power devices.According to Gregg Lowe, CEO of Cree, the company is committed to increasing and accelerating the adoption of silicon carbide-based solutions throughout the semiconductor industry. The new customer’s importance to the power device industry is well known, so partnering with a leading power semiconductor company such as this is another big step in that commitment.Wolfspeed, a Cree Company, is the global leader in the manufacture of silicon carbide wafers and epitaxial wafers. The supply agreement, to be fulfilled through a Cree distributor, enables silicon carbide applications in broad markets such as renewable energy and storage, electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, industrial power supplies, traction and variable speed drives.last_img read more

Levski – Tsarsko Selo, the teams of both teams

first_img0′ Tournament: A group Stadium: “Vivacom Arena – Georgi Asparuhov”, Sofia Audience: 1633 The teams of Levski and Tsarsko Selo face each other in the early Sunday match of the First League program. Somewhat surprisingly, the point advantage at the moment is in favor of the guests, who have four points from their first two games. This is not the case with the “blues”, who started with a loss and a draw. All this makes their victory this afternoon at Gerena more than mandatory.The “transparent” management led to Levski’s separationDoes anyone want to save Levski at all?The tease between the two clubs also further increases interest. Stakeholders are actively negotiating the transfer of Brazilian Wesley Nata to the centenaries. It is also alleged that the boss of the “reds” Stoyne Manolov helped Levski with a loan to pay salaries at the club. All speculations to which it will be difficult to find an answer.Levski will be looking for the first victory of the season with these playersHere is the group for the match against Tsarsko Selo Georgi Todorov, now traditionally, has a lot of problems with his team. The hearty Simeon Slavchev is injured and the right back Ivaylo Naidenov is serving a sentence. Thus, Todorov will most likely rely on this position of Orlin Starokin, and Mateo Stamatov will act on the left. Stein Spiers and Iliya Yurukov will be in the middle of the field, and Zdravko Dimitrov, Paulinho, Stanislav Ivanov and Nigel Roberta will operate in front positions. The undisputed leader of the team Nikolay Mihailov will be at the door.Stoyne Manolov: Nata’s transfer to Levski is still possible“I have an excellent relationship with Nasko Sirakov and Titi Papazov, but it doesn’t matter.”Lyuboslav Penev will be able to count on one of his aces – Wesley Nata, who served his sentence from last season. Hopes for a positive result of Tsarsko Selo are given by the good form of players such as Reyan Daskalov, Antonio Georgiev and the veteran Bobi Galchev. Stefan Hristov will bring speed in the attack.The two teams have faced each other twice so far, as Levski recorded victories with 2: 0.Chief judge of the meeting is Georgi Davidov, with assistants Georgi Doinov and Ilian Kaparashev. The fourth referee is Ivo Andreev, and the work of the referees will be closely monitored by Yordan Stalev.Rodni Antui returns to Tsarsko SeloThe Dutch winger will join the teamlast_img read more