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All managed through a simple emissions Grill Manager. How much saving content with eSpectia distributors? eSpectia uses a protocol peer to peer (P2P) which allows a saving in the cost of data traffic up to 97%, while maintaining an excellent quality of image equivalent to Freeview TV to continuation is shown a comparative study of costs for the creator or distributor of multimedia content on the Internet using a streaming client/server distribution scheme, and using the eSpectia Platform Note: assuming a typical scenario of 1000 listeners or viewers a day (the colored row in blue), if we use technologies client server cost which means data traffic will be 41. 472 while the cost with the eSpectia platform is 1300. A 96,87% savings per month! About IPTV Solutions: IPTV Solutions is a company of Base technology (EBT) with origin at the University of Almeria (spin-off in research) dedicated to the development of specialized software in progress r & d has the support of companies and professionals with great experience in the technology sector as well as professors of the University of Almeria specialized in coding and transmission of digital video and multimedia solutions.

About the University of Almeria: Universidad de Almeria is one of the Spanish universities with greater projection and that directs much of his efforts in bringing the knowledge and experience of its researchers to support the structure productive province, so new innovative projects carried out in the companies have from the start with a solid foundation for your success. On the eSpectia platform. com has been the Supercomputing research group: algorithms (ICT-146) commissioned to collaborate actively in the supervision and direction of the project. For more information:. IPTV-solutions. It is or. espectia.

Barcelona Next Appointments

HANGAR, the production of Visual Arts Center located in the District of Poblenou in Barcelona, will stage this Wednesday 17, at 19 h., the presentation of ARTifariti 2009, III international art encounters in Liberados Territorios of the Occidental Sahara. His manager Ignacio Somovilla was last year in meetings to study the possibility of creating an artists residence, in Tifariti that already has resulted in the participation of catalan creator video Antoni Abad in the meetings, which will undoubtedly be significant in the path of the same. Both will have their experiences and future projects and alongside them will be the Sevillian artist Federico Guzman closely linked to the project from their participation in the Edition 2008 – and the Coordinator of ARTifariti, Chaska Mori. Thursday 18, 20 h., ARTifariti 2009 will also visit the Valencian Institute of modern art. On this occasion the presentation, which will take place in the Hall of the acts of the IVAM, shall be borne by the curator of this third Edition, Pamen Pereira, the delegate of the Frente Polisario in the Valencian Community, Mohamed Mamun; the President of the Association of friends of the Pueblo Saharaui of Seville, Fernando Peraita, and Argentine artist Claudia Martinez, which will be its experience in the meetings and their project take thread, made with the collaboration of Valencian women and Saharans. During these events the present artists will be invited to participate in the 2009 call for projects, open until June 30, in which six proposals will be selected to develop from 17 to 31 October in the Western Sahara freed (databases on. artifariti. org or.

blogspot. com /). These two presentations, to which Berlin and the Pan-African fair of culture in Algiers, will join this month and the commitment of the artists linked to the project guarantee the quality and the commitment of this call, an appointment with artistic practices as a tool to vindicate human rights, the right of individuals and peoples to their land, their culture, their roots and their freedom. A space where art acts as a factor of social transformation, thus describing the creator Juan Alcon: ARTifariti offers us an opportunity to think and Act, an opportunity for knowledge and artistic and social practice. It crosses a referential space of political conflict, with a space of direct coexistence with people and situations.

Creates a framework from which to develop and discuss approaches to public art, an art outside the private possession, in a nomadic context where the border between the private and the public is diluted, where private does not replace to the intimate. A potential space where challenging us as artists and as people. A listening space, from where try out new looks and new models of relationship. A fertile, in the middle of the desert, for the exchange of ideas and experiences. An art space that places the need to transform the reality in its sights.

Timeout Action Interview

In October 1972, an airplane carrying 45 young people, many of them players of a rugby team, crashed in the Cordillera de los Andes. Twelve killed in the fall. The survivors had to endure extreme cold, thirst and hunger among other things. They tried to resist but his hope fell when he heard a radio, that the search had been abandoned. It was the 10th day after the accident. They endured very low temperatures (30 degrees below zero at night), avalanches of snow, then anguished by the continuos deaths of his companions, two boys decided to cross the huge mountains to reach Chile.

Thus on December 22, 1972, after having been for 73 days isolated, the world learns that there are 16 survivors. One of them is Ramon Sabella. Then Ramon Sabella was 21 years old, was a student of agricultural engineering and was on the plane for being friend of some components of the rugby team. Today it is an entrepreneur and shares their business with the facet of the speaker, giving lectures around the world. For me, the essence of your message can be summarized in this phrase: after the accident had a passive attitude: we expected to us rescue. The 10th day hear on the radio is leaving search, because we thought that was dead.

First reactions were total decay: we suffered, we cry, we feel abandoned after our attitude has changed and we decided to take action. We begin to act to try to save us ourselves. Our goal: live. (Ramon Sabella) Ramon, what you think it was the key that made that you were one of the survivors? They were many things, mainly the education that I received from my parents, Ramon and Martha. Known as Chiquito made us very independent and encouraged our power of adaptability. I was working and studying. It worked without need, because I liked to do things.