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I was living in Europe in 1972 when the terrorist attacks occurred at the Olympics in Munich, and I watched a 'happy-go-lucky' Europe become very serious virtually overnight,” said Bingham. He talked about a fairly recent experience in which he was detained at a European airport and questioned because he had changed a destination from one U.S. city to another. I guess that type of a thing is something they European security see as suspicious and associate it with possible terrorism,” he said. It is probably the type of action we are going to have deal with in travel in the United States.”

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I was living in Europe in 1972 when the terrorist attacks occurred at the Olympics in Munich, and I watched a 'happy-go-lucky' Europe become very serious virtually overnight,” said Bingham. He talked about a fairly recent experience in which he was detained at a European airport and questioned because he had changed a destination from one U.S. city to another. I guess that type of a thing is something they European security see as suspicious and associate it with possible terrorism,” he said. It is probably the type of action we are going to have deal with in travel in the United States.”

The GSMA was hoping to attract between 40,000 to 50,000 visitors to the show, half the usual contingent.

The health and safety plan that it issued Monday (8th March), dubbed Committed Community, talks of a layered approach designed to create a safe environment for staff, workers, exhibitors, visitors, suppliers partners and he local community.”  This includes frequent testing, contact tracing, a touchless environment,” increased medical staff, occupancy monitoring and enforcing social distancing.

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The restrictions will commence at the airports and railway stations, where attendees will need to show evidence of a negative test that was taken just days earlier. And anyone who manages to get into the Fira will receive a reprimand should they stray out of the specially designated, one-way system lanes. Masks will be compulsory at all times, even in the revamped catering” areas.

John Hoffman, the Association’s CEO, said: Our experience with multiple events gives us a rock-solid foundation from which we have built our plans. This foundation means Barcelona 2021 can go ahead safely, in person, with a digital online component for those unable to attend.”

The GSMA sent out similar reassurances back in February 2020, but eventually, after many others decided to cancel, was compelled to cancel that event.   True, the pandemic had only just taken hold then,  and is beginning to come under control in many parts of the world, but Spain has suffered more than most countries.

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In its statement, the GSMA also acknowledged that restrictions could impact people travelling from several countries, notably the UK and USA, but at the time of writing had not cancelled MWC 2021.

If it is forced to call off its show-piece event once again, it would mean a huge black hole in the GSMA’s finances. The Association which has already had to lay off some 20% of its staff following the cancellation of last year’s event.

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The GSMA generates a significant proportion of its annual income from the shows.  The annual MWC Shanghai event went ahead last month, with just 17,000 people attending, significantly down on previous years, and the Association is hoping to use  the  experience gained from that test run”, which it said ran smoothly with no cases of the Coronavirus emerging. And the Association conceded the show had a predominantly local physical audience, but huge numbers on-line.

If the Barcelona show does go ahead, it will be one of the first exhibitions of its type to do so in Europe for well over a year.

In its complaint, Mosaid said an independent party had analyzed Samsung DRAMs, uncovering patent violations. An immediate response from Samsung was not available.

Mosaid said it was seeking monetary damages and an injunction against the continued manufacture and sales of products containing the patented inventions.

Two years ago, Mosaid launched a licensing effort to collect royalties from memory makers (see July 9, 1999, story). Since then, Mosaid has licensed its DRAM patents to five Japanese chip makers: Fujitsu, NEC, Toshiba, Hitachi, and Mitsubishi.

Earlier this week, the company promised to step up its patent infringement campaign, hinting of legal action. Mosaid has hired attorneys at Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, a legal firm that had represented Texas Instruments Inc. in its DRAM patent lawsuits against Samsung and other memory during the 1980s.

In its 26 year history, Mosaid said it has developed nine generations of DRAMs–from 4-kilobit to 256-megabit densities. The company claims to own circuit inventions have become widely adopted by the DRAM industry, and it currently has over 280 patents and pending patents, with many related to memory chip technologies.

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