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Archive for June 2013

June 19, 20214 months ago

The Messages of Iran’s Elections and Moderate Rouhani’s Victory

On Friday, 72 percent of the 50 million eligible Iranians had turned out to vote and moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani had secured just over the 50 percent of the vote needed to avoid a run-off.

Iranian Interior minister Mustafa Mohammad-Najjar told on Saturday that Rouhani had won Iran’s presidential elections with more than 18 million of the votes.

Iranians’ high turnout in Friday Elections and the victory of moderate Rouhani send several important messages to western countries and their allies.

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June 10, 20214 months ago

Mohammad Ketabchi

Dr. Ketabchi was a Full Professor at the Computer Engineering Department of Santa Clara University, and the director of the Object and Multimedia Technologies Research Laboratory when he founded Savvion. He is well-known for his pioneering research in object-oriented database management systems and object-oriented application development technologies. » Read more

June 10, 20214 months ago

Farzad Naimi

Farzad Naimi is a co-founder of LiteScape and brings 19 years of successful Silicon Valley startup leadership to LiteScape. Farzad is responsible for leading the LiteScape team and managing its strategic direction.
Farzad started his high-tech career at a start up, Centex Telemanagement, as the head of Engineering and Technology, and led Centex Telemanagement to its IPO, which preceded its subsequent acquisition by WorldCom. Farzad continued his career as Executive Vice President and COO at Prestige International, Japan’s largest Customer Relationship Management organization that later had a successful IPO in Japan. » Read more

June 10, 20214 months ago

Iran opens new space-tracking center to monitor near-earth objects

Iranian Space Research Institute has opened a new facility center for monitoring space and tracking objects passing near the Earth. Iranian President visited the center in the town of Delijan, some 200 kilometers south of Tehran, on June 9, accompanied by other officials. Different news agencies reported that the center will share its data with agencies in other countries. The Iranian official responsive with the project was quoted as saying the purpose of the base is to secure Iran’s “space facilities” and to monitor objects, “especially satellites,” that pass overhead. He said the Delijan center uses radar, radio, and electro-optical tracking methods. Iran currently has nine command-and-control centers for its space program, including one in Syria.