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Spain striker Morata speaks about potential Madrid return

first_imgSpain forward Alvaro Morata spoke about his future on Wednesday, declaring that he would like to play for Real Madrid, who in his opinion are the “best club in the world”.  “There are things that I don’t trust. I don’t know what comes out in the press. What player would not like to be at Real Madrid? They’re the best club in the world. There are things that come out that I’ve not said and now I want to focus on the European Championships,” he said in an interview with Cuatro.  Upd. at 20:30 Madrid manager Zidane spoke in Italy earlier in the day about Morata and opined that “he has grown a lot” at Juventus, but that he thinks the Serie A champions want him for “at least one more year.” He added that he “has done very well, but it’s still soon to talk about his future.”  01/06/2016 EFE Morata also spoke about his feelings after Spain’s game against Korea in Austria: “I feel like a part of the national team, which is important. It’s been quite a tough year for me. Now I can’t just be happy about being here. I want to play, but whatever is good for the team, I will do.” After scoring two goals in La Roja’s friendly win over South Korea (6-1), Morata, who currently plays for Juventus, was clear when asked if he wanted to return to Madrid.  CESTlast_img read more

Women in Sports media workshop opens in Palau

first_imgONOC Secretary General opened the workshop at the Palau National Convention Centre in Koror. Attended by sports journalists from around the region, including Tonga, the workshop aims to work on strategies to address the need to have more women in sports leadership and administration roles, women in active sports and the coverage of women sports events and stories. Blas, who is also President of the Guam NOC, said that the media play an important role in helping develop women and their involvement in sports. He said the International Olympic Committee’s vision is to have gender balance in sports by the 2020 Olympics in Japan. Pacific Islands News Association President Moses Stevens said media personnel play an important role in developing the future leaders of the world through their sports reports and coverage of success stories. The workshop is held on the sideline of the 4th Media Summit which will open tonight. It has been jointly organised by ONOC as the funder and PINA. Tonga’s representatives are Tony Samita of Radio and TV Tonga and the President of the Friendly Islands Sports Journaist Association, Iliesa Tora from the Nuku’alofa.last_img read more

Lee, Star bracing for tougher defensive battle vs Ginebra

first_imgPoe chides LTFRB exec over termination of motorcycle taxi pilot study He took the leather from Rafi Reavis with five seconds remaining on the shot clock, spun in between Japeth Aguilar and Sol Mercado and heaved an off-the-glass floater over the outstretched arms of Kevin Ferrer to send the raucous crowd inside Smart Araneta Coliseum on its feet.That cold-blooded basket with 24.9 seconds to spare proved to be the marginal basket as Star pulled off the 78-74 Game 1 victory over Ginebra.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnREAD: Lee to the rescue as Star nips Ginebra, grabs 1-0 leadThough he’s glad that the Hotshots escaped with the win, Lee said that his game-clinching shot was part luck. Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member Panelo: Duterte only wants to emulate strong political will of Marcos Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member LATEST STORIES View comments Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 98% of residents in Taal Volcano’s 14-kilometer danger zone evacuated – DILG Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite 15 Taal towns now under total lockdown MOST READ Municipal councilor nabbed for indiscriminate firing in Leyte “From now until the end of this series, the games will always be like that. Ginebra is a defensive team and we’re also a defensive team. Whoever is the tougher to defend will be the one to prevail.”Game 2 is on Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next PBA IMAGESPaul Lee cemented his new status as Star’s go-to-guy, again saving his team in the clutch on Thursday night.With the Hotshots in desperate need of a basket in the final minute, Lee took matters into his own hands and delivered.ADVERTISEMENT Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely Surprising Alaves to take on Barcelona in Copa del Rey final “I was just lucky. Actually, it was a broken play. We didn’t get to execute our play off the time out so I just took charge. I got the ball from Rafi and luckily, I got it on time. I didn’t have second thoughts, I just attacked. I saw an open lane, focused on my shot, and thankfully, it went in.”It’s not like this was the first time Lee had pull off this kind of heroic after he had saved his old squad Rain or Shine a number of times.Lee gave credit to Chito Victolero’s defensive scheme, allowing them to stay toe-to-toe with Tim Cone’s Ginebra. And he hopes the Hotshots show the same defensive intensity for the rest of the series.“The way we play, it’s really all about defense. If we win, we forget that, move on, and focus on our next games. Our chemistry is also better, and the longer we go, the more we trust each other both on offense and defense. That’s really a huge thing for us,” he said.With Star getting an early lead in the best-of-7 semifinals series Lee expects tougher competitiong in the games to come.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

US women win World Cup on their own terms

first_imgLATEST STORIES Warriors to retire Andre Iguodala’s number United States’ Megan Rapinoe, center, celebrates team’s victory with teammates after the Women’s World Cup final soccer match between US and The Netherlands at the Stade de Lyon in Decines, outside Lyon, France, Sunday, July 7, 2019. US won 2:0. (AP Photo/David Vincent)Megan Rapinoe left early, her work done for the day. The celebration came early, too, for a U.S. team determined up until the final minute to win this Women’s World Cup on its own terms.No excuses. Certainly no apologies.ADVERTISEMENT Taal evacuees make the most of ‘unusual’ clothing donations, leaves online users laughing That showed when Rapinoe posed dramatically after putting the U.S. ahead for good with a second half penalty shot. It showed with some final match head banging that put one player out of the final and left another bloodied.It showed all tournament long whenever controversy threatened to interfere with the mission of a group of very talented players and a coach not afraid to push all the right buttons.“We’re crazy, that’s what makes it special,” Rapinoe said. “We have no quit in us, we’re so tight and we’ll do anything to win.”They may not end up visiting the White House, but that doesn’t mean there’s not more celebrating to do. The final had barely ended when they were invited to a parade Wednesday in New York City, and there will be the obligatory late night TV appearances for Rapinoe and her teammates.What it means for the future of women’s soccer is less clear, if only because great breakthroughs that were predicted from earlier World Cup titles never quite happened. The good news is there were some encouraging signs this week with ESPN agreeing to televise National Women’s Soccer League games the rest of the season and Budweiser announcing on Sunday it was signing on as a multi-year national sponsor of the league.Still, in one final indignity, the women didn’t even have the day to themselves in soccer. For some reason international soccer officials not only played the Copa America final on the same day, but the 2019 Gold Cup, too.This was a day to celebrate, though, not to complain about what should be. That can come later, though the fact FIFA is looking to expand from 24 to 32 teams for the 2023 World Cup is further evidence that world soccer is beginning to take the women’s game more seriously.What is also evident is that the rest of the world is catching up to the U.S., though the Americans never trailed in any match. With European countries in particular devoting more resources to the women’s game there’s going to be a World Cup in the not so distant future in which the U.S. isn’t an overwhelming favorite.It won’t help that those future teams will also likely be without the 34-year-old Rapinoe, who was the unquestioned star of this World Cup, on the field and off. She scored goals in bunches, wasn’t afraid to tangle with both her own president and the ruling soccer elite, and was the center of attention everywhere.And when she posed majestically after scoring the only goal that would be needed against the Netherlands? Steaming fissures on Taal Volcano Island spotted Just dominant soccer from a team that embraced the moment both on the pitch and in front of the microphones in France.The argument about equal pay ends now. These women deserve more, much more, than anyone on the perennially underachieving U.S. men’s team.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsAnd give them an extra pat on the back for doing it their own way.“An amazing group of players but even better group of people,” U.S. coach Jill Ellis said. “They put their hearts and soul into this journey and I can’t thank them enough.” There should be thanks all around for this team, and not just because they won another World Cup. That was almost expected — the U.S. has now won four of the eight Women’s World Cups — but not many thought that it would play out in this fashion.They kicked off the tournament by preening and posing with each goal — all 13 of them — in a rout of Thailand. They spoke out about parity in their paychecks and equal rights, and their pink haired captain got into a tiff with President Donald Trump over a possible White House visit.And when their 2-0 win over the Netherlands was over, the message had gotten through. Fans dressed in red, white and blue chanted “Equal Pay” in support of their lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.“Give the people what they want,” Rapinoe said.The equal pay will come, if not for this team then maybe for the next. It has to, because not only are the U.S. women more successful than the men, they are far more entertaining.ADVERTISEMENT Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite PLAY LIST 02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu01:26Homes destroyed after Taal Volcano eruption02:48ABS-CBN franchise has ‘natural deadline,’ no need for quo warranto — Gatchalian Ukrainian prime minister resigns after recordings published Deandre Ayton shines as Suns pound Knicks Duterte lambasts Catholic Church anew in curse-laden speech before Filipino Baptists MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Olympic rings arrive in host city on barge into Tokyo Bay 11 nabbed for shabu, drug den busted in Maguindanao Well, let’s just say she did it better than any man.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View commentslast_img read more

Mourinho deals Shaw fresh Europa League snub

first_imgThe Europa League has provided Shaw, a £30 million ($37.2 million, 35.3 million euros) signing from Southampton in June 2014, with three of his last seven starts.But Mourinho has no intention of giving the 21-year-old England left-back a run-out in Thursday’s last 32 first leg, telling his pre-match press conference: “He’s not playing tomorrow.”Pressed over his reluctance to pick Shaw, Mourinho replied: “Because my team is playing well and I am happy with my back four and I’m going to repeat: (Antonio) Valencia, (Eric) Bailly, (Chris) Smalling, Daley Blind.”The long-term situation for Shaw does not appear positive at Old Trafford and reports have surfaced that Mourinho could be prepared to let him leave the club at the end of the season.Meanwhile, Saint-Etienne’s visit will see United’s record signing Paul Pogba go up against his older brother, Florentin, for the first time in their professional careers.Manchester United’s Luke Shaw joined Manchester United after a £30 million ($37.2 million, 35.3 million euros) transfer from Southampton in 2014 © AFP / Paul Ellis“We spoke about it, but we spoke in a good way, a funny way,” Mourinho told reporters at United’s training ground.“It’s a good, nice destiny. I think only Mum Pogba is a little bit in trouble, which is normal!“It’s difficult for the lady to choose –- it’s not difficult, it’s impossible. I know from Paul that the mum wants a draw, but next week one son will be happy and another one will be sad.“For the mum it’s a bit of a problem, but they will enjoy playing against each other. Paul will enjoy it and Florentin the same. I think it’s a good thing.”– ‘We cannot choose’ –United are the only club in England still active in four competitions: the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup, in which they face a final meeting against Southampton at the end of the month.Mourinho vowed to continue playing his strongest possible team in each competition, but believes it could leave his squad “in trouble” should they continue to advance on four fronts.“We cannot choose competitions at Manchester United. We know that our situation is really complicated,” said the United manager, whose side trail leaders Chelsea by 12 points in the Premier League.Manchester United players in action during a training session at their Carrington base in northwest England, on February 15, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFF“We know that the Europa League is also a competition where we play on Thursdays and that makes it even more difficult for us.“The accumulation of FA Cup and League Cup and the match postponements makes it really hard for us. If we progress in the competitions we will be in trouble in May, but we cannot choose competitions.“We play them to win. It’s also a good way to give the team experience. International experience is always a plus.“The Europa League is not a competition we want to play, but it’s a competition we play and we respect it. The plus is another opportunity to qualify for the Champions League.“But we know we are in the last 32, not even the last eight or four, so there is a long way to go.“In the Premier League the door is also open, but we still have a long way to go.”Mourinho said Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Phil Jones would all miss Thursday’s game due to minor injuries.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho supervises a training session at their Carrington base in northwest England, on February 15, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Feb 15 – Luke Shaw received another setback on Wednesday when Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho revealed he will not play in Thursday’s Europa League game against Saint-Etienne.Shaw has battled back from a double broken leg suffered last season, but has made just one appearance since November and has not featured in United’s last three match-day squads.last_img read more

LAUSD revamps discipline policy

first_imgSCHOOLS: The district hopes to cut down on suspensions by using alternatives such as written apologies and timeouts. By Paul Clinton STAFF WRITER Faced with some of the toughest discipline problems in American public education, the Los Angeles Unified School District suspends students 60,000 to 80,000 times a year. Administrators at Local District 8, which stretches from San Pedro to Watts, have begun to hash out the specifics of implementing the policy. On Thursday, they’ll present it to principals for the first time, said Karen Saunders, a local operations manager. A week later, it will be presented to deans who oversee discipline at high schools. “Teachers are going to be challenged to try some other strategies than suspension,” Saunders said. The policy would bring a “foundational approach” to discipline in LAUSD schools, said Hector Madrigal, director of pupil services. Schools would be required to take further steps to correct behavior before sending students off campus, he said. “The foundation is to attempt many interventions prior to the most severe,” Madrigal said, though he added: “I don’t think any school in my opinion is going to shy away from their responsibility to use discipline where it’s appropriate.” Reports of rambunctiousness, defiance and even violence have been commonplace in LAUSD, often driving out first- and second-year teachers. New board member Richard Vladovic’s office is supporting the policy, as long as the district collaborates with teachers, said Chief of Staff David Kooper. If not, he fears, the policy will flame out as an unenforceable edict from the Beaudry Avenue headquarters. “This is a top-down approach to the behavior problems,” Kooper said. “It needs to have teacher buy-in. If you look at the policy, there isn’t too much to disagree with.” Indeed, the self-described “framework” cited in the March memo states the need for “positively stated rules which are taught, enforced, advocated and modeled at every campus.” However, Lisa Snell, education director at the Reason Foundation, a libertarian think tank in Los Angeles, warned that the well-meaning policy could flounder. “It’s good to hold kids to high expectations, but you have to follow through and offer them something of high value,” Snell said. “And that’s where LAUSD is going to have a problem. That’s where it breaks down. The kids don’t perceive the high school experience as having value.” Schools that dole out more discipline have a track record as the schools with the worst discipline problems, Madrigal said. “The ones who use punitive tactics as the preferred solutions have the highest amount of aggression on campus,” Madrigal said. “Suspensions can turn into dropouts, because they don’t come back. Some people think removing kids is the solution. Oftentimes removing kids can simply result in higher dropout rates and greater gang violence in the community.” One of the stated goals of the policy is to reduce the number of so-called “opportunity transfers,” a designation for students that high schools are seeking to offload to a nearby school. The policy, which isn’t widely used outside of LAUSD, seeks to give the student a chance for a fresh start. A policy that promotes better behaved students typically leads to higher test scores, district officials said. The new discipline framework is being seen as way to achieve that, said Donnalyn Jacque-Anton, the administrator overseeing the implementation of the policy. “One of the things we haven’t paid a lot of attention to is classroom management,” she said. paul.clinton@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Now the district wants to spare the rod. Los Angeles Unified is rolling out a new discipline policy this fall designed to give problem students a reason not to act out by providing “positive behavior support.” A 14-page document developed in March with input from United Teachers Los Angeles President A.J. Duffy represents the district’s first effort to put plans on paper to curb bad behavior. Except for expulsions, discipline in the nation’s second-largest school district was until now largely a matter handled at the school level. In an appendix to the March 27 memo, the district outlines examples of student misconduct and possible consequences. It gives teachers a menu of discipline options including timeouts, written apologies, use of a daily report card or assigning a troubled student a mentor. last_img read more

‘He fully deserves it’ – The answer for Chelsea against Arsenal?

first_img1 Who will Chelsea start with against Arsenal?It’s the question many Blues fans have been discussing among themselves considering both Pedro and Willian are injured.In addition, midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek won admirers against Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the 4-0 Champions League win and there are some who would like to see him begin against the Gunners.However, some are bit more split on the possibility of Ramires filling in.AGREE WITH THIS PREDICTED CHELSEA LINE UP V ARSENAL? Chelsea fans want Ruben Loftus-Cheek to start against Arsenal last_img

Over €2000 raised at annual Run in the Dark event – pic special

first_imgThe annual Run in the Dark event had another successful outing as the public turned out in high numbers to participate. A pop-up edition of the global fundraising movement was held on Thursday to raise funds for the Mark Pollock Trust – with over 350 in attendance and €2600 raised in total.The Mark Pollock Trust strives to find a cure for paralysis and promotes universal access to eksobionics exoskeletons for paralysed people, stroke patients, those with MS and other neurological conditions. The organisers would like to extend their thanks to Anita Jackson and Johnny Loughrey for bravely demonstrating walking in the exoskeleton, Brid ni hici, Michael, Danny and Minnie O’Donnell for entertaining the crowd and to cois Farraige Bakery, the Ivy Bistro, Siopa Mhici and Donegal hygiene for sponsoring the refreshments on the night.Photos by Bríd Sweeney.  Over €2000 raised at annual Run in the Dark event – pic special was last modified: November 18th, 2018 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Mark Pollockmark pollock trustrun in the darklast_img read more

Dems unveil impeachment procedures; GOP calls process unfair

first_img(AP) — House Democrats unveiled legislation Tuesday authorizing the next phase of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump as Democrats move to nullify complaints from Trump and his Republican allies that the impeachment process is illegitimate and unfair.An eight-page resolution calls for open hearings and requires the House Intelligence Committee to submit a report outlining its findings and recommendations, with a final recommendation on impeachment left to the Judiciary Committee.Republicans would be allowed to request subpoenas, but such requests would ultimately be subject to a vote by the full committee, which Democrats control as the House majority.Democratic Rep. James McGovern of Massachusetts, the chairman of the House Rules Committee, said the resolution provides “a clear path forward” as the House begins a public phase of the impeachment inquiry, which up to this point has largely consisted of closed-door interviews.“This is a sad time for our country,” McGovern said. “None of us came to Congress to impeach a president, but each of us took a solemn oath to protect and defend the Constitution.”“The president’s Republican allies in Congress have tried to hide the president’s conduct, but the American people will now see the facts firsthand,” he added.White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said the resolution merely “confirms that House Democrats’ impeachment has been an illegitimate sham from the start as it lacked any proper authorization by a House vote.”The resolution “does nothing to change the fundamental fact that House Democrats refuse to provide basic due process rights to the administration,” she said, adding that the White House is barred from participating at all until after the intelligence panel “conducts two rounds of one-sided hearings to generate a biased report for the Judiciary Committee.”Separate language covering Judiciary proceedings allows for Trump and his lawyers to attend all Judiciary presentations and hearings. Trump’s lawyers will be allowed to question any witness, according to a copy of the proposed Judiciary proceedings obtained by The Associated Press. The president can call witnesses if the committee agrees the testimony is “necessary or desirable to a full and fair record in the inquiry,” the three-page document says.The Judiciary language is expected to be incorporated into the larger resolution before the House votes on impeachment proceedings Thursday.The impeachment inquiry is looking into Trump’s July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which he asked for a “favor” — to investigate a Democratic rival for president. Democrats say the request and other actions by the administration to push Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his family amounted to a quid pro quo for important military aid for Ukraine, providing sufficient grounds for impeachment.The House is expected to vote on the resolution Thursday amid complaints from Trump and his Republicans allies that the monthlong impeachment process is illegitimate and unfair.Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, the No. 2 House Republican, denounced what he called a “Soviet-style impeachment process” led by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.More than 75% of House members have been unable to view what is happening in closed-door depositions conducted by the Intelligence panel and two other committees, Scalise said. “That represents more than 230 million Americans whose voices are denied right now,” he said.Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, the No. 3 House Republican, said Democrats “have basically cooked up a process they have been conducting in secret” with the goal of preventing Trump’s lawyers from asking questions of witnesses.Democrats “are now attempting to sort of put a cloak of legitimacy around this process by saying they’re going to bring it to a vote on the floor,” Cheney said. “They can’t fix it. The process is broken. It’s tainted.”Democrats insisted they were not yielding to Republican pressure and dismissed a GOP argument that impeachment can’t begin without a formal House vote.Schiff and other Democrats defended the process and said the American people will soon hear from witnesses in an open setting, with transcripts of depositions already conducted set for public release.“The evidence we have already collected paints the picture of a president who abused his power by using multiple levers of government to press a foreign country to interfere in the 2020 election,” Schiff and three other committee chairs said in a statement Tuesday.Following in the footsteps of previous impeachment inquiries, the next phase will move from closed depositions to open hearings, “where the American people will learn firsthand about the president’s misconduct,” the Democrats said.last_img read more

Off the Shelf or Custom Tailored Compute?

first_imgBy Rob Hayes – Intel VP, Data Center Group, GM, Data Center Group Strategic PlanningCommon off the shelf, general purpose computing solutions deliver increasingly faster performance and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to fixed function appliances.  Intel continuously improves the performance per TCO of general purpose computing through our investments in Moore’s Law and we have “perfected” the concept of designing a great processor and manufacturing millions of them (per day!) exactly the same.  As more industries have been attracted to general purpose computing on Intel Architecture, the system requirements and workload attributes have grown more diverse, creating tension with the general purpose “one size fits all” model.Historically, enterprise IT consumed the majority of server CPUs – driving a specific set of requirements.  More recently, developers of public cloud services, high-performance computing applications, and telco services also seek to benefit from the standard high-volume economics of Intel’s ecosystem and gain the agility of quickly deploying software-based services.  These new applications have differing requirements for performance, I/O, security, manageability, etc. making it difficult to serve all user needs with one product line.  The challenge is how to enable great performance for a range of workloads and the ability for customers to integrate their unique value into IA platforms without sacrificing the economic benefits of common off the shelf silicon.To address this challenge, Intel has been building new capabilities to tailor our general purpose products into workload-optimized derivatives with various combinations of processor cores, accelerators, I/Os, and custom logic.  Some examples: These capabilities allow Intel and our partners to leverage the IP building block designs and manufacturing processes from our general purpose product line to create workload-optimized and custom products on Intel Architecture that provide optimal performance for the desired application.  The best of both worlds.This blog originally appeared on The Data Stack. Cores:  Intel has designed a family of processor cores that are each optimized for different types of workloads – integer and floating point, scalar and vector, latency sensitive and high-throughput processing.Accelerators:  We created a variety of workload accelerators to offload the CPU of routine functions like compression, encryption, graphics, media transcode, packet inspection and filtering, and others.I/Os:  We offer a broad range of standard interfaces such as PCI-Express, Ethernet, SATA, DDR, USB, etc. as well as proprietary high-speed and memory-coherent interfaces for tight integration with the processor.Custom logic:  For customers who want a custom-tailored product, we can integrate their unique value into custom CPUs and/or ASICs through our SoC design methodology and Intel Custom Foundry design tools and manufacturing services.last_img read more