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State John Kerry spoke with NPR’s Steve Inskeep at the State Department. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption toggle caption Ariel Zambelich/NPR Sec. State John Kerry spoke with NPR’s Steve Inskeep at the State Department. Ariel Zambelich/NPR September 13, 2016; Washington, D.C. In an interview with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, the U.S. Secretary of State defends the negotiated Syrian cease-fire deal as the best option, suggesting the alternative would be an increased death toll. Follow the conversation @MorningEdition He says: “What’s the alternative? The alternative is to allow us to go from 450,000 people who’ve been slaughtered to how many thousands more; that Aleppo gets completely overrun; that the Russians and Assad simply bomb indiscriminately for days to come and we sit there and do nothing? That’s the alternative to trying to get this done, if America is not going to go in with their troops and America’s made the decision we’re not going in with our troops. http://jasemyersvoice.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/13/1-click-away-from-essential-aspects-in-job-hunting/And the President’s made that decision.” The conversation airs in full on Wednesday, September 14, on Morning Edition.
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To enable businesses to transition to scalable solutions, Napatech today announced its collaboration with Interview Netzwerk Service, a German system integrator, to provide a new data solution to Co-op Group, a large-scale European retailer. Napatech A/S logo. Click to Tweet Interview Netzwerk was given the challenge of building a high-performance solution that could handle large volumes of data, with the possibility to scale and add analytics. They chose Napatech’s Pandion network recorder, a highly reliable recording platform that captures 100 percent of the data with nanosecond precision. Distributed search: The Pandion architecture facilitates data search across multiple capture units, providing the unique advantage of being able to compare and correlate traffic from different points in the network. Scalability:Users can add up to eight Pandion storage units to the rack-mounted recorder unit, eliminating the need for investing in new solutions as storage needs grow. Smarter data retrieval: The Pandion was integrated with Interview Netzwerk’s iPAC software, which facilitates easy access of the data packets on several appliances. It is easier to retrieve data due to the use of the Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF) syntax and Napatech Query Language (NTQL). Completely accurate data: Since the Pandion is designed to capture 100 percent of the data with zero packet loss, the data available for analytics applications will be completely accurate.
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