Unleash Innovation with PowerEdge and OpenManage

first_imgThis innovative FlexSelect pluggable architecture enables seamless integrations with industry leading management consoles to make PowerEdge server management flexible.Streamlines IT service and operation management workflows for broader organization with OpenManage Integration with ServiceNow. Continuous Refinement with Infrastructure Insights  Infrastructure insights, powered by AIOps capabilities from OpenManage Systems Management tools like iDRAC, help continuously refine the data center to become resilient. iDRAC streams over 180 server telemetry metrics for proactive monitoring. Analyzing and visualizing this data helps uncover hidden insights between seemingly unrelated events for proactive management. With fine-tuning, these insights can make the infrastructure and business more flexible. OpenManage Enterprise and plugins automate notification and action following pre-defined policy, so your infrastructure is more responsive and secure.To help our customers jumpstart an insights-driven operation, Dell Technologies partnered with data analytics leader Splunk to develop the Dell EMC iDRAC Redfish for Splunk Enterprise add-on for ingesting Redfish telemetry data.  Our experts also developed a visualization dashboard allowing organizations to monitor the full spectrum of business and infrastructure performance insights in one dashboard.If you would like to learn more about how to unleash innovation, join us for a conversation on how PowerEdge XE7100 helps you embrace data silos to empower a connected experience at Dell Technologies World Experience. Learn more about the latest OpenManage capabilities at the master class webinar. Innovation is more than just getting there first. It is about understanding what it takes to deliver flawlessly and consistently. Importantly, it requires an enterprise-wide vision of data for a connected experience, rapid enablement and continuous refinement.New capabilities across the Dell EMC PowerEdge server and OpenManage solutions portfolio help empower enterprises to become innovation engines with scalable, connected and reliable infrastructure and tools. Additionally, a new code collaboration with Splunk will help jump-start the insights-driven IT operations journey by uncovering the hidden insights in their data.Connected Experience with the Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100Technology innovation across an organization is integral to delivering customer value. Underlying this process is the Dell EMC PowerEdge XE server family of purposely-built infrastructure like designed for complex emerging workloads.The new PowerEdge XE7100 is the industry’s highest-density 5U storage server¹ with flexible configuration options engineered for intelligent video analytics, media-streaming and object storage. It holds up to 100 high-capacity hard drives, or 67% ² more drives than a competitive system, to store more data securely. Additionally, the PowerEdge XE7100 is equipped with one or two dual-socket nodes with up to four accelerators³ to avoid data silos to boost inferencing performance.The Flatiron Institute provides a highly interactive research environment for researchers, data scientists and programmers to work together through computational methods, including data analysis, theory, modeling and simulation. “Being able to retain long-term and complex data for researchers to access and collaborate in joint research is critical,” said Dr. Ian Fisk, co-director, Flatiron Institute. “The new Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100 enables us to provide a highly collaborative IT environment to the pursuit of understanding the phenomena of our world.”With the XE7100, high performance does not equate to higher total cost of ownership (TCO) and less  simplicity. In a standard 42U rack, the denser, 5U PowerEdge XE7100 can scale easily with up to 200 more high-capacity drives, 20% less administrative efforts, 50% fewer power cables, and it enhances power supply efficiency for lower operation costs and carbon footprint with up to 40% less power.4Payment solutions for PowerEdge XE7100 include Flex On Demand, which provides customers with the ability to pay for technology as they use it. When it is time to scale for business growth, it provides immediate access to buffer capacity and adjusts payments to match actual usage.Rapid Enablement from OpenManage Systems Management Enhancements With intelligent tools, customers can adapt and maintain the infrastructure quickly to drive innovation. When technology platforms can be enabled and expanded seamlessly, IT becomes an enabler of rapid innovation.The Dell EMC OpenManage Systems Management portfolio enables rapid deployment and scalability of dynamic infrastructure with the following benefits:Reduces complexity with full-stack management capabilities in the same place for both physical and virtual hosts with OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter v.5.2. With the support of the PowerEdge XE2420 server for the Edge, OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter delivers a seamless systems management experience at full speed from the edge to the hybrid-cloud. For example, the admin can update hypervisor and firmware in an 8-node PowerEdge cluster in less than 4 minutes.5Automates and simplifies server lifecycle tasks and scales operations rapidly with OpenManage Enterprise FlexSelect architecture, which provides ultimate flexibility and reduces the learning curve. With one interface, users can:Prevent downtime through intelligent analytics, predictive alerts and automatically generated support tickets with OpenManage Enterprise SupportAssist.Streamline and automate the catalog and repositories update tasks with OpenManage Enterprise Update Manager6Identify and control underutilized resources and power consumption to aid workload planning with OpenManage Enterprise Power Manager.center_img ¹ Based on Dell analysis, April 2020, The industry’s first standard rack depth 5U Server with support for 100 internal hard drives. AD# G20000114² Based on Dell Analysis, April 2020, comparing a Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100 with 100 capacity drives to an HPE Apollo 4510 with 60 capacity drives.AD# G20000105³ Accelerator options start shipping in Q4 20204 Based on Dell Analysis, April 2020, comparing the 2 power supply solution in the Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100 to the 4 power supply solution in the HPE Apollo 4510. AD# G20000107Based on Dell analysis, April 2020, comparing 8 Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100’s in a 42U rack to 10 HPE Apollo 4510’s in a 42U rack. AD# G20000108Based on Dell Analysis, April 2020, comparing (8) Dell EMC PowerEdge XE7100’s each with (2) 2400W power supplies in a 42U rack (38kW total) compared to (10) HPE Apollo 4510’s each with (4) 1600W power supplies in a 42U rack (64kW total).AD# G200001035 Based on Principled Technologies testing report on OMIVV 5.16 OpenManage Enterprise Update Manager plugin target availability is Q4 2020last_img read more

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Tennis News Andy Murray Crashes Out Of Shanghai Masters, Roger Federer Advances

first_imgNew Delhi: A fuming Andy Murray accused Fabio Fognini of shouting during a critical point as the Briton went down fighting in three bitter sets at the Shanghai Masters on Tuesday. The two players confronted one another in a lengthy exchange by the net near the end of a bad-tempered match that stretched past three hours. The 12th-ranked Fognini plays the unseeded American Taylor Fritz or Russian seventh seed Karen Khachanov in the last 16 after a contentious 7-6 (7/4), 2-6, 7-6 (7/2) victory. But Murray, 32, on the comeback from career-saving hip surgery in January, said: “Someone made a noise, I didn’t know who made the noise, I looked in the direction of where the noise came from. He then told me, ‘Stop looking at me, what are you looking at me for?’ “I was like, ‘I was just about to hit a shot and someone made a noise’. He then told me to stop looking at him,” Murray added.  “The sound came from him, which you’re not allowed to do, it’s against the rules, it’s hindrance, you shouldn’t do it.”The three-time Grand Slam winner was frustrated the chair umpire failed to intervene as the match turned increasingly sour. Tuesday should have been a day for minor celebration after the Australian Open said that Murray will make his return to Grand Slam tennis there in January, a year after surgery.  Also Read | Andy Murray undergoes hip resurfacing surgery, aims to prolong tennis career”Fabio wanted to engage with me, I probably shouldn’t have done, but I am not having him talk to me like that on court,” said Murray of their exchange. The former number one was also annoyed he repeatedly served for the match but failed to win. “I want to say that’s the first time ever in my career that that’s happened,” Murray said. “I think it’s the first time I served for a match twice and not won.” Also Read | Andy Murray on hip injury: So sore I can’t walk my dogs, play football and put on my socksFederer gets revenge Ruthless Roger Federer claimed victory in his opener with a straight-sets win over Spain’s Albert Ramos-Vinolas. The 38-year-old Swiss won 6-2, 7-6 (7/5) and plays Belgium’s 13th seed David Goffin or Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan in the last 16. The third-ranked Federer is looking to end the season on a high with a fourth title of the year — although he failed to win a 21st Grand Slam this season.  The 46th-ranked Ramos-Vinolas put up a better fight in the second set, forcing the tie break and taking a 2-0 and then 4-1 lead. But cheered on by his band of local supporters, who held aloft banners proclaiming their hero “superhuman”, Federer won the tie break — and the match — with a forehand smash. Federer said a loss to the Spaniard in 2015 in Shanghai had driven him on.”The truth, yeah, I was thinking about it, watched highlights,” said the Swiss maestro. “Remember how it felt, I had my chances. I won many more points that time than I lost, so I should have actually won that match.”  Red-hot Daniil Medvedev, the US Open finalist, got his tournament off to a flying start with a 6-3, 6-1 demolition of Britain’s Cameron Norrie. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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South Africa’s Wits University climbs world rankings

first_img31 August 2016The University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg has climbed the world rankings of universities, to become the best in Africa.This comes from the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities, commonly referred to as the Shanghai rankings. It placed Wits among the top 1% of all universities in the world, and on the threshold of making it into the top 200.Wits University, as it is more informally known, welcomed the news, released in mid-August, and credited its outstanding staff, alumni and student body.“At Wits our research output has increased substantially in the last few years,” said Professor Zeblon Vilakazi, deputy vice-chancellor of research at the university.“Noting though that this achievement is a culmination of work done over many years by our researchers. We are truly appreciative of this recognition, and we are particularly appreciative of our researchers, scientists, students and alumni to whom these accolades really belong,” said Vilakazi.Wits University has steadily climbed the Academic Ranking of World Universities. (Image: Screengrab via Academic Ranking of World Universities)For the 14th consecutive year, Harvard University in the US took the top spot, while Stanford University and the University of California, Berkley, both also in the US, came in second and third respectively.Other South African universitiesThe universities of Cape Town, Stellenbosch and KwaZulu-Natal all featured in the top 500 academic institutions in the world. Vilakazi said it demonstrated the strength of the South African higher education system.Wits acknowledged different rankings made use of different methodologies so results should be “approached with a level of measured circumspection”.“For this reason and others,” he said, “we believe that as a university we should not be driven by ranking systems. Rather, our focus should be on building a nationally responsive and globally competitive institution. This means concentrating on research and teaching, and embedding the institution in the work that is necessary to South Africa, the continent of Africa, and the rest of the globe.”Source: Wits University and South Africa.info reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using SouthAfrica.info materiallast_img read more

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Shutdown-delayed USDA market reports will be released Feb. 8

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Even though the government is back up and running, the month-long government shutdown continues to have lasting effects, especially when it comes to commodity markets.Over 60 reports were not released at their scheduled times due to the furloughed staff of the National Agricultural Statistics Service. USDA this week announced that many of those reports, including final harvest numbers for 2018, will be published on the next regularly-scheduled report day Feb. 8.The February World Agriculture Supply and Demand (WASDE) report will also be released then. Some of the data, including the January WASDE report, will never be published, according to American Farm Bureau Federation Economist Veronica Nigh.Some of January’s data will be rolled into the February report.“USDA is generally considered to be the gold standard when it comes to reports and you got to remember how much we’re missing here. The obvious things we’re missing are weekly export sales reports, daily flash sale reports, your monthly WASDE report. The other thing we’re missing is we’re missing reports from overseas from Foreign Ag Services offices,” said Joe Vaclavik, founder and CEO of Standard Grain in Chicago.Especially missed updates are those from South America, such as Brazil and Argentina, which are at a critical point in their season.“Yeah it effects the markets and I think if its resulted in anything at this point, maybe its slowing and volatility because we don’t have those reports,” he said.Many market analysts are warning farmers to watch for the glut of data from USDA shocking the market when released.last_img read more

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Microsoft Sues Salesforce for Patent Infringement

first_imgcurt hopkins Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#enterprise#Microsoft#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Microsoft filed a lawsuit today in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington in Seattle, against Salesforce.com for infringement of nine Microsoft patents, according to Horacio Gutierrez, vice president and deputy general counsel of Intellectual Property and Licensing.Although the frequent target of such suits, the Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft itself has only filed patent infringement suits four times in its history. Salesforce, based in San Francisco, is a cloud-based customer relationship management software company. The nine patents that Microsoft holds Salesforce to have broken are the following.Method and system for mapping between logical data and physical dataSystem and method for providing and displaying a web page having an embedded menuMethod and system for stacking toolbars in a computer displayAutomated web site creation using template driven generation of active server page applicationsAggregation of system settings into objectsTiming and velocity control for displaying graphical informationTiming and velocity control for displaying graphical information Method and system for identifying and obtaining computer software from a remote computerSystem and method for controlling access to data entities in a computer network The filing requests triple damages and a permanent injunction against Salesforce’s continued alleged use of the patents.We have been and may in the future be sued by third parties for alleged infringement of their proprietary rights. In an SEC filing in January, Salesforce acknowledged the interest of a company that appears to be Microsoft. “The software and Internet industries are characterized by the existence of a large number of patents, trademarks and copyrights and by frequent litigation based on allegations of infringement or other violations of intellectual property rights. We have received in the past and may receive in the future communications from third parties claiming that we have infringed on the intellectual property rights of others. During fiscal 2009, we received a communication from a large technology company alleging that we were infringing upon some of their patents. We continue to analyze the potential merits of their claims, the potential defenses to such claims and potential counter claims, and the possibility of a license agreement as an alternative to litigation. We are currently in discussions with this company and no litigation has been filed to date.” Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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6 Color RGB Laser Primaries Create Better 3D Experiences

first_imgChances are, the movie you’ve shelled out money to see in the theater is still being projected using a system incorporating traditional Xenon Arc lamps. Soon, those inefficient lamp projectors will be replaced by laser-powered projectors.Lasers have longer lifetimes and are more efficient, meaning costs will be curbed by implementing them. When dealing with 3D content, it turns out lasers provide some unique advantages as well.One laser 3D technology uses a six primary system called Laser 6P for short. The system developed by Barco involves using two distinct sets of red, green and blue (RGB) primaries to create the 3D image. To clarify, this is not a system designed to fill out the color gamut of the system to display more of the visual spectrum by adding primaries, although this has been tried and is confusingly also referred to as 6P. Rather, this 3D projection system using lasers has unique, dedicated red, green and blue primaries for each eye.Lamp vs. Laser-Based SystemsA lamp-based system contains the broadband spectrum of white light. To separate various bands of light, you have to block the color wavelengths you don’t want, in effect subtracting them from the system. This is considered inefficient because it leads to lower brightness overall in the system.With lasers, you begin with very narrow bands of light that can be selected to produce a desired color, preventing the need to filter inside or in front of the projector. The bands are narrow enough that in 3D systems two sets of RGB primaries can be chosen far enough apart on the spectrum as to virtually eliminate “crosstalk” between the two eyes. This allows the correct primaries to be cleanly transmitted in one eye while locking them out of the other eye. When you put on a pair of 3D glasses, each eye sees only the images intended for that eye.The Barco Laser3D laser system works by rapidly alternating each eye’s primary set, fusing the image in the viewer’s perception to see the image in 3D. Since we’re dealing with narrow bands of colors set by the lasers, the glasses can be made to pass or block these colors relatively efficiently. The system saves power since the lasers are only on when needed and no power is blocker or wasted. With the added benefit of lasting much longer than traditional lamps, lasers are a dramatic improvement over the old systems.Deeper into the TechI spoke to Bill Beck, the resident “Laser Guy” at Barco, who had loads to say about developments in lasers (and yes, that is his actual job title). “The two objectives of 6P system design are to have the same white point and the same brightness for each eye.” This presents two practical problems though.“The first problem is if you take two red wavelengths 20 nanometers apart, one may produce up to 3 times as many lumens as the other. So if you want to balance the brightness, you may have a huge imbalance in the number of watts required for each eye.” This is because the human eye is far more sensitive to some color wavelengths than others. “Blue may provide only 30 lumens per watt, but some greens provide more than 600 lumens per watt.It’s extremely difficult to construct a six-primary system that achieves the same white point, brightness, and color gamut for both eyes. Part of the reason is the way our eyes work, the other reason is you can’t just buy a laser in any wavelength you want.” The wide array of wavelengths that are available, however, allow lasers to meet digital cinema or other color space requirements in many ways, with the added benefit of being able to project onto any screen; it no longer has to be a polarization-preserving screen.Barco has already began installing their laser 2D and 3D projection technology in commercial environments all around the world. Beck is proud to say that “the design specifics are targeting a very flexible, versatile laser projection platform for cinema exhibitors, and will soon be adapted to some exciting for non-cinema applications as well. Although our Barco Laser3D projectors incorporate six primaries, they will just as easily support all the other kinds of 3D: RealD, MasterImage, XpanD, and polarization glasses [that the public is already used to]. All of the system hardware, screens and glasses infrastructure are supported.”last_img read more

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6 Affordable Ways to Capture Great Dolly Shots

first_imgCover Image via Disney.Looking for more DIY articles? Check these out.Tips for Recording ADR on Your Own — on a BudgetHow to Build A Super-Bright DIY LED Balloon LightThe Right In-Air Diffusion for Your Project: Haze vs. Fog vs. SmokeDrawing the Audience’s Eye by Shaping and Cutting LightBuilding A Low Budget Handheld Rig For The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K Don’t blow your entire budget on pro equipment for a dolly shot. From cheaper options to the DIY approach, here’s how to get the most bang for your buck.The dolly shot is a filmmaking staple that will simply never go out of style. The iconic camera movement carries weight and meaning. Whether the shot takes the audience on a ride with your characters or presents an omniscient viewpoint, there are a plethora of ways to employ the shot.That being said, pulling off a smooth, professional, and essentially invisible dolly shot takes some gear. So, let’s take a look at what gear works for your film and — more importantly — for your budget.Professional Options1. Camera SlidersImage via Glidecam.Camera sliders are perfect for capturing short dolly shots. Many of these professional sliders can be expensive, but there’s a reason — they work. While a slider isn’t the most affordable of all the options here, it’s cost effective compared to buying an actual dolly system, which can easily run $1,500-$2,000. If you’re working out your budget for a big shoot or looking into investing in one of these products, consider the type of camera you’ll be using most and the amount of weight you’ll be putting on the device.Glidecam VistaTrack — $799Manfrotto Camera Slider — $538Edelkrone SliderPLUS Compact — $499Benro MoveOver8B — $259.952. Table DollyImage via Fancier StudioIf you need a tighter, more manageable dolly shot, and you’re using a DSLR, look into a small tabletop dolly. These lightweight solutions are great in a pinch, and many can support quite a bit of weight, which can help even if you’re using a smaller cinema cameras, like an URSA or C200. Since it’s easy to use, you can capture multiple angles in a matter of minutes.Cinetics CineSkates Pro — $150CineMoco Dolly — $499Pico Dolly — $49.95Digital Juice Orbit — $1495.953. Tripod DollyIf you can’t afford a slider, and you don’t have a smooth surface for a tabletop dolly, then the tripod dolly shot is your best option. This simple tripod add-on needs a smooth surface for best results. However, if that’s not possible, there are fairly inexpensive track options for this type of dolly.Sachtler — $All Over the PlaceManfrotto — $194.99Libec DL- 5B — $259.99Davis & Sanford — $193.99 DIY Options4. DIY Dolly Track ($10-$20)DIY builds are the way to go. Even if you’ve got a substantial budget, they can save you money and time. So, let’s check out how to make a dolly track from items you can find at a store near you.For this tutorial, the SGNL group from Sony shows us how to use PVC pipe, in-line skate wheels, and a few nuts and bolts to build a dolly system.For the dolly itself, check out our tutorial for a simple, affordable way to build a reliable system.5. DIY Camera Slider ($10)If you want something smaller, you can build an inexpensive slider with a few items from the hardware store. Film Riot has a great demo. Ryan Connolly and crew show us how to build one for a whopping $10.6. DIY Tabletop Dolly ($20-$30)If you want to use a tabletop dolly, TheAussieInLA shows you how to use a metal plate, skateboard trucks, and some wheels to create a heavy-duty tabletop dolly on the cheap.Building a table dolly is pretty simple. Here’s a good breakdown of the fundamental mechanics of the rig.last_img read more

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Janatha Garage: Jr NTR to sport two different looks in his next Garage: Jr NTR to sport two different looks in his next

first_imgAfter a ground-breaking success with Mahesh Babu’s  Srimanthudu, director Koratala Siva has joined hands with Jr NTR for another actioner titled Janatha Garage. The upcoming action-thriller also has Malayalam superstar Mohanlal in one of the lead roles.Now, it is said that NTR will sport two different looks in the film. It has been already reported that the actor will play a dual role in Janatha Garage, and reportedly he will sport a thick beard for one role and will be seen with a clean-shaven face for another role.Jr NTR is playing the role of an IIT student in the film and Mohanlal will be seen as his uncle.Earlier, a report published in Desimartini stated that there was a tussle between Mohanlal and the director regarding the actor’s role.Mohanlal, who was unhappy with the unimportance of his role in the film, offered to walk out of the film if the director is not ready to redo the script. Later, the director made changes to make the role of Mohanlal bit lengthy and added more weight to the character.Produced by Naveen Yerneni and Y Ravi Shankar, Janatha Garage has Nithya Menen and Samantha Ruth Prabhu in the female leads.last_img read more

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AUSSIE BEACH GIRLS DRAW WITH THE MIGHTY BLUES

first_imgThe Australian Women’s Invitational Beach Footy Team recorded an upset draw against a star studded Blues line-up led by Rugby League superstar Mark Gasnier in the fourth round of the Harvey Norman Beach Footy Challenge at Sydney’s Maroubra Beach.The youthful Aussie girls caused the upset of the tournament with a stellar 4-4 draw.After losing yesterday afternoon to the Young Guns, the Aussie girls were determined to hit the sand full of running and test their games against one of the tournaments heavy favourites.The Blues team featured fleet footed Gasnier, fellow St. George Dragons champions Matt Cooper, Shaun Timmins, and Ben Hornby and Australian tri-nations Rugby league star Luke O’Donnell.The Blues scored first with a scorching try to the lightning fast Gasnier in the opening exchanges, but the Aussie girls hung tough and made some exceptional touches to keep them in the  hunt.Some quick hands by Dearne Cooper and Amanda “Skwarks” Skwarko put Belinda Hammett over in the corner.The Blues scored just before half-time.After oranges, the Blues came out and consolidated with an early touchdown, but the Women’s Team kept moving the Boys laterally and using sweeping plays to great effect.At 3-1 down Alyce “The Rat” Hulbert instinctively swooped on a loose ball and dived over to evade Matt Cooper’s attempted touch to reel the Blues back in at 3-2.The Blues scored next with a long range reply of their own and looked comfortable at 4-2 with 2 minutes left on the clock.A brilliant long-ball from Nicole Beck conjured a touchdown for Amanda Skwarko and the Women’s Team, clearly crowd favourites, responded to the enthusiastic cheering from the masses and produced a show stopping finish.A brilliant passing movement going through every set of hands on the field resulted in Skwarko snaffling touchdown number two.The full-time hooter sounded and the excited Women’s team celebrated a well-deserved 4-4 result.The Aussie girls made numerous super touches on speedsters Gasnier and Hornby with Emily Hopkin, Ash Dobins, and Belinda Hammett getting plenty of air to reel in their big name opponents with spectacular touches.The girls play their last round game at  1.30pm against a Celebrity Team led by Gordon Tallis and featuring two of the most exciting attacking players to grace a football field in recent history in Anthony Mundine and the ‘King’ himself, Andrew ‘Joey’ Johns.last_img read more

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10 months agoRB Salzburg coach Marco Rose surprise candidate for Man Utd job

first_imgRB Salzburg coach Marco Rose surprise candidate for Man Utd jobby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveRB Salzburg coach Marco Rose is a candidate for the Manchester United job.The Sun says Rose is the shock name on Manchester United’s managerial shortlist in case Mauricio Pochettino rejects them.The list also includes Zinedine Zidane, Laurent Blanc and interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.Although Pochettino remains first choice of executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, United are putting together a list of alternatives in case the Spurs boss turns them down.Rose, 42, is admired within the United boardroom after leading Red Bull Salzburg to the Austrian title in his first season.The club also made it to the semi-final of last season’s Europa League after beating Real Sociedad, Borussia Dortmund and Lazio in the knockout rounds. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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