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Telegeography CommsUpdate 07/19/2019 06:28
Hutchison Telecommunications Lanka (Hutch) has announced the successful deployment of a fully-fledged NFV (Network Function Virtualisation)-based core network in Sri Lanka. The cellco – 85%-owned by Hutchison Asia Telecommunications (HAT), itself a wholly owned division of CK Hutchison Holdings – says the new technology allows it to move out from a traditional hardware-based system and move to a more generic IT server for telecommunication services. Hutch claims to be Sri Lanka’s fastest growing mobile telecommunications provider and says the deployment of an NFV-based platform helps to consolidate its position in the market by upgrading its high-tech hub located in Walpola to a fully modernised facility. Hutch will also be deploying an adv.
The tunable growth of metal–organic materials has implications for engineering particles and surfaces for diverse applications. Specifically, controlling the self‐assembly of metal–phenolic networks (MPNs), an emerging class of metal–organic materials, is challenging, as previous studies suggest that growth often terminates through kinetic trapping. Herein, kinetic strategies are used to temporally and spatially control MPN growth by promoting self‐correction of the coordinating building blocks through oxidation‐mediated MPN assembly. The formation and growth mechanisms are investigated and used to engineer films with microporous structures and continuous gradients. Moreover, reactive oxygen species generated using ultrasonication expedite

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