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Były kandydat PSL na prezydenta Adam Jarubas przed kilkoma laty przyjął zaproszenia prezydenta do Narodowej Rady Rozwoju. Jak przyznaje, poczuł się tą propozycją wyróżniony. Teraz mówi: mam do dzisiaj kaca z tego powodu.
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SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - “My humble, down-to-earth character and naturally caring personality allows me to connect with people of all walks of life without prejudice”. This is one of the ways that this remarkable Sint Maarten Christian Party (SMCP) candidate describes herself, the party said in a press statement on Friday evening.
Tswana was born in the Netherlands but as a toddler she moved to Aruba with her father where she completed her secondary education. The year 1995 was a turn-around year for her. It was the year that hurricane Luis devastated many of the islands in the Caribbean, particularly Sint Maarten. Having many friends of her childhood in San Nicolas who originated from Sint Maarten, whose families had lost their livelihood, Tswana got permission from her dad to move to Sint Maarten to assist her friends. Tswana fell immediately in love with Sint Maarten and decided there and then to make Sint Maarten her home.
Being ambitious, disciplined and people-minded Tswana has always been on the lookout for new opportunities. What she has been able to accomplish during her 23 years of living on Sint Maarten is nothing but remarkable.
Her first job on Sint Maarten was at Xerox, today known as Obersi Electronics. Notary Speetjens noticed her work zeal and ethics at Obersi and eventually invited her to work for his Notary firm. While at Speetjens she seriously considered studying law. But since she also enjoyed dealing with numbers and problem-solving situations, she pursued a bachelor’s study in Finance, Economics and Business Management from the Netherlands via correspondence courses, which was a major feat in itself. This degree opened many doors for her in the job market. After some years at the Notary Public, Tswana was asked to join the team at the Offshore Trust company industry where her main responsibility was dealing with the Financial Administration. After five years Tswana got a breakthrough in the tourism industry. She incorporated a Luxury Mega Motor & Sailing Yacht company, which was affiliated with a company in Florida.
After several years in the tourist industry Tswana then entered the civil service where she first worked in the Ministry of Finance, then in the Ministry of Justice and subsequently at the Council of Advice, one of our High Councils of State.
As a citizen Tswana believes that one must be involved. She has participated in cultural events organized by Urmaine Dormoy. She has also volunteered her time to assist the youth. As a trained PADI Rescue scuba diver instructor, she co- founded a Swim, Snorkel and Scuba Dive foundation that provides free swim and diving courses to particularly young persons during the off season. As a qualified mentor she works with several of the foster care homes on Sint Maarten as a volunteer mentor. Tswana is also the Treasurer of the Board of the VKS.
Tswana is multi-lingual. She speaks Dutch, Papiamentu, Spanish and English fluently and can also help herself in French and Sranang Tongo. Her foundational principles are justice, faith and loyalty. She often refers herself as being a committed humanitarian, which is evident in the way she relates to people and in the volunteer work which she has committed herself to.
SMCP is proud to present Tswana Nunes-Burleson as its #7 candidate on the SMPC slate. She has been working as policy advisor in the SMPC faction office. With her qualifications, her experience and knowledge gained over the years as well as having functioned in the faction office, the SMCP is confident that Tswana is well prepared and capable for the job of Parliamentarian.
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Qiong Du Koppenjan, 49, of Rutherford passed away at home, Sunday, November 24, 2019, She was born in Shanghai, China to Dong Guan Wang and Zheng Guo Du. During her younger years she received a Doclorate Degree in Acupuncture in China. After entering the U.S. in the 1990’s Qiong and her husband Robert settled & purchased a home in Rutherford, in 1998. Since that time Qiong was well known for her practice of Acu-pressure from her home named Duko Health. She enjoyed traveling to Aruba and her homeland of China. Qiong’s family was most important to her. Qiong is survived by her loving husband Robert Koppenjan, her daughter Emily Elizabeth, her parents, Dong Guan Wang and Zheng Guo Du of Rutherford, her brother, Fei Du and nephew Warton Du. Family will receive friends Tuesday 5-7pm in the Calhoun-Mania Funeral Home, 19 Lincoln Ave., Rutherford. Funeral is private.
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CURACAO - On Wednesday morning, November 27, 2019, the Secretariat of the Financial Supervision Boards (Cft) (Curaçao and Sint Maarten, Aruba, and Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba) visited the Secretariat of the Social-Economic Council (SER) of Curaçao.
The recently appointed secretary of the Cft, Mr. Ray Thuis met with the secretary of the SER, Mr. Raul Henriquez, in the presence of senior advisors of the two Secretariats.
The delegates talked about their respective roles and expressed the aspiration to exchange at the technical level knowledge and information to support their particular advisory roles.
Furthermore, the delegates indicated the need to pursue follow-up meetings on issues related to the sustainability of public finances and socioeconomic development.
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Braima Dabó, da Guiné-Bissau, ganhou hoje o prémio 'fair play' na gala da World Athletics, federação internacional de atletismo, depois de ter ajudado um adversário durante os Mundiais de Doha.
Dabó, que estuda em Bragança e representa o Maia Atlético Clube, ajudou o atleta Jonathan Busby, de Aruba, uma pequena ilha das Caraíbas, a terminar a prova eliminatória dos 5.000 metros.
No Estádio Khalifa, Busby quebrou fisicamente e apresentou mesmo dificuldades para se manter em pé a cerca de 250 metros da meta, uma situação que Dabó não deixou passar em claro, voltando atrás para ‘carregar’ o colega e concluírem a prova ao mesmo tempo.
Apesar de terem sido últimos, com um tempo na casa dos 18 minutos, numa prova ganha pelo etíope Selemon Barega (13.24,69 minutos), os dois atletas receberam uma enorme ovação do público presente nas bancadas.
Na gala da World Athletics, no Mónaco, o queniano Eliud Kipchoge foi eleito o atleta masculino pelo segundo ano consecutivo, depois de vencer a Maratona de Londres, com a terceira melhor marca da história, conseguindo depois baixar das duas horas, numa iniciativa privada, que não conta como recorde.
A norte-americana Dalilah Muhammad foi escolhida como atleta feminina num ano em que bateu por duas vezes o recorde do mundo dos 400 metros barreiras, a última das quais na final dos Mundiais.
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Fair Play Award - Braima Suncar Dabo
Dabo, a distance runner from Guinea-Bissau, made headlines around the world after he helped fellow runner, Jonathan Busby of Aruba, to the finish line during their opening round heat of the 5000m at the World Championships. Busby was near collapse with about 200 metres left in the race, when Dabo stopped to help his distressed fellow competitor.
SINT MAARTEN (COLE BAY) - Last week the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA) and World Wide Fund for Nature the Netherlands (WWF-NL) joined forces with Wolfs Company to assist the Nature Foundation Sint Maarten (NFSXM) with strengthening their ability to achieve sustainable financing for nature management in St Maarten.
Nature Foundation staff and board members and representatives from the VROMI Policy Department, the Tourist Bureau and Maritime Affairs came together under the guidance of the Wolfs Company to establish sustainable finance mechanisms for the Nature Foundation St. Maarten and their task to manage nature.
“The workshop was a great success due to all the actively involved stakeholders and the leadership of the Wolfs Company, we now have developed several strategies, short-term and long-term, to increase revenue and capacity within the Nature Foundation in order to improve nature management and conservation. In addition, a very successful stakeholder meeting was hold on the last day of the workshop, to seek support and additional input and to present about the importance of nature conservation to the business community.
“Several companies and business did see the significance of our environment and nature to the economy, tourism and for our residents, and therefore offered their support in various unexpected and welcome ways. The next step will be the implementation of the developed strategies, hopefully also with the assistance of stakeholders and businesses” stated Melanie Meijer zu Schlochtern Manager of the Nature Foundation St. Maarten.
Similar to other protected areas in the Caribbean, the organizations that manage the nature parks in the Dutch Caribbean (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius and St. Maarten) face a structural shortage of financing to fulfil their nature management tasks, the Nature Foundation St. Maarten faces the greatest financial challenge.
On the other hand, nature in all these islands is the basis for their economic and social development, as they are the key asset for the tourism sector, thereby creating jobs and generating funds for the government from related taxes. They also provide key attractions for tourism, cultural and recreational opportunities for residents, food, coastal protection, disaster protection and other services like climate and erosion control and key habitat for biodiversity.
By managing these parks, nature management organizations maintain all these services functioning, while assisting the local governments with their obligations under international conventions and treaties to maintain nature.
On St. Maarten some of these challenges include: insufficient financial support to increase capacity and conduct all assigned task, no overview of the financing gap, insufficient capacity within the park management authorities to actually undertake activities to identify and implement feasible financing and obstacles for putting financing mechanisms in practice.
In an effort to overcome some of these challenges, WWF-NL and DCNA have funded a project to assist the Nature Foundation St. Maarten in strengthening their strategies to achieve sustainable financing of the Nature in St. Maarten. The Wolfs Company brought in their expertise in conservation finance and facilitated the workshop.
The objective of the project is to address the challenges identified for the implementation of financing mechanisms to support protected area management, with the ultimate goal of supporting the parks’ management to develop and implement a sustainable financing strategy.
|Cache||5G and Wi-Fi 6: What’s the Difference, and Where Do They Belong on Campus?
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Student device usage is on the rise: As noted by recent EDUCAUSE research, 95 percent of postsecondary students have smartphones and 91 percent own laptops. The result is growing demand for anytime, anywhere access that supports peer-to-peer collaboration, project coordination and student-to-staff communication. To meet evolving expectations, colleges are embracing enhanced connection deployments, including smart campus Wi-Fi and cellular frameworks such as 5G.
Now, there’s a new wireless tech trend on the horizon: Wi-Fi 6. According to Dave Chen, senior product marketing manager for Aruba, an HPE company, Wi-Fi 6 “brings much faster speeds and delivers the latest in security for mobile users, Internet of Things devices and latency-sensitive applications, even in crowded areas.”
But what exactly is Wi-Fi 6? How does it compare to 5G, where does it make sense to deploy each of these solutions on campus and what’s the timeline for adoption? Here’s what you need to know.
5G Networks Will Provide Better Signaling for Mobile Campus Users
5G has been just over the digital horizon for years. This fifth generation of cellular connection offers enhancements to both speed and simultaneity: more devices connected at the same time, with improved download and upload speeds.
To meet user demand, most campus cellular networks now leverage 4G or LTE (Long Term Evolution) infrastructure. With enhanced radio technologies and larger frequency bands than current solutions, 5G delivers benefits such as:
• Decreased latency: Using orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), 5G networks offer the potential for 1-millisecond latency, which is 10 times as fast as 4G.
• Increased capacity: As noted by Digital Trends, 5G should deliver 100 times the traffic capacity of current networks by replacing large connective “masts” at a distance with small cells densely packed at scale.
• Improved signaling: Greater connection density paves the way for more efficient signaling and reliable connections.
True mobility is the greatest strength of emerging 5G networks: reliable, authenticated connections at scale that travel with users as they move.
The caveat? Don’t expect full 5G deployments from popular cellular providers or on-campus networks just yet. As noted by Cisco, rollouts across select cities are likely to happen late this year or in early 2020, with most smartphone makers on track to deploy 5G support for new devices sometime next year.
Wi-Fi 6 Promises Top Performance for Smart Campus Technologies
What about Wi-Fi 6? This networking standard is on a speedier adoption track than 5G, but largely under the radar. Multiple device manufacturers now offer Wi-Fi 6-enabled access points, but it’s not generating the same hype as 5G.
What’s the difference, and why does it matter?
Chen puts it simply: “Wi-Fi 6 is the next iteration of the Wi-Fi Alliance standard for wireless connectivity based on the 802.11ax protocol and is available now from a number of device manufacturers like Apple and Samsung, as well as enterprise networking vendors like Aruba.”
Right now, most campus networks rely on the fifth-generation Wi-Fi Alliance standard: 802.11ac. Wi-Fi 6 is backwards-compatible with this standard, but offers critical advantages, in large part because the newest iteration leverages essential cellular technologies — such as orthogonal frequency-division multiple access and multi-user, multiple input, multiple output — to deliver faster speeds and improved security across indoor and outdoor environments.
Key components of Wi-Fi 6 include:
• Multi-user, multiple input, multiple output (MU-MIMO): While MU-MIMO is already used by current wireless connections to allow four simultaneous router connections, Wi-Fi 6 doubles this capacity to eight.
• orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA): With OFDMA, multiple devices can receive data from a single transmission.
While Wi-Fi 6 can potentially boost transfer speeds to 9.6 gigabits per second — up from 3.5Gbps on fifth-generation Wi-Fi — speed isn’t the primary advantage. According to Chen, Wi-Fi 6 “has been designed and optimized for the unique wireless challenges that educational environments typically face — radio frequency interference from electronics, signal attenuation from concrete, metal and glass — and especially network congestion from other Wi-Fi clients on the network.”
In addition, Wi-Fi 6 can improve device battery life with targeted wake time (TWT); instead of being always on, devices wake at predetermined intervals and connect to the network.
While Wi-Fi 6 excels in close-quarter environments with high traffic and connection volumes, 5G facilitates connections on the move.
But the two do share common ground. According to Chen, “Wi-Fi 6 is also an on-ramp to 5G services in enterprise or campus networks because it can be used like small cells and distributed antenna systems, as a radio access network for 5G.”
New cellular technology, meanwhile, can be used as WAN uplinks for Wi-Fi services to enhance total coverage.
Wireless Tech Trends Point to an Expanded Internet of Things
So, where does it make sense to deploy Wi-Fi 6 on your campus?
Chen points to use cases such as leveraging Wi-Fi for Internet of Things applications. With the ability to connect more devices simultaneously and reduce interference in small spaces, Wi-Fi 6 is ideal for IoT devices on campus such as sensors and cameras. Paired with the TWT feature, even battery-operated devices can become part of campus IoT networks, as power drain drops off significantly.
There’s also a future for 5G and IoT, especially as devices handle greater data volumes at speed. The small-cell nature of 5G deployments can shrink the distance between data and cloud-based compute resources to reduce total processing time. Wi-Fi 6 doesn’t rewrite the wireless playbook — instead, it updates current iterations with more device connections, reduced battery drain and improved security via WPA3 and the Enhanced Open standard.
While 5G remains a media mainstay as large-scale adoption looms over the next few years, Wi-Fi 6 upgrades are already possible, offering the potential for backwards-compatible communications that improve stability, enhance scalability and pave the way for dual-track campus connections.
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MÉG VALAMI, CSAK AZ LICITÁLJON AKINEK KELL IS TERMÉK, VALAMINT AZ UTÓLAGOS ALKUDOZÁSOKTÓL KÉREM KÍMÉLJENEK MEG MERT EZ SZERINTEM TISZTESSÉGTELEN!
24 mm-nél vastagabb levelet már csak csomagként lehet postázni!
Illetve a mérete sem lehet nagyon nagy.
Magyar Posta csomagautomatába /ha van ilyen lehetősége a vevőnek/ akkor csomagot is 600. -ft-ért lehet feladni.
normál méretű ajánlott postakész boríték: 490. -ft
A5-ös nagy postakész ajánlott 735. -ft rengeteg anyag belefér
Sima postázást a vevő saját felelősségére vállalok!
Sima kicsi postakész 140. -ft
Sima elsőbbségi postakész 180. -ft
Az A5-ös sima 365. -
Ha a megnyert tétel nem fér el borítékban akkor a súly szerinti mindenkori díjszabást számolom.
Magyar posta csomagautomata:
Súlytól függően 700-1100. -ft
2 kg-ig 1245. -ft
2-5 kg-ig 1390. -ft
5-10 kg 1475. -ft
10-20 kg 2150. -ft
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