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GCAA orders Ogle Airport to halt protocol passes

first_img…after Canadian security official escorted Charrandas Persaud to plane…OAI says no security breach occurredThe Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has ordered that the Eugene F Correia International Airport stop issuing protocol passes after former parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud was escorted by a Canadian Embassy security officer to a Barbados-bound plane after he voted against the Government in the December 21, 2018 no-confidence motion.Reports are Persaud, who had expressed fear for his life after having voted against the Government, had contacted the Canadian embassy for assistance. Persaud, a Canadian citizen, was subsequently granted security assistance to the Eugene F International Airport where he boarded a plane bound for Barbados and subsequently went onto Canada.On Monday, Ogle Airport Inc (OAI) said that it has not breached any security protocols at the Eugene F Correia International Airport as was erroneously reported in the state media.According to the entity, in the administration of the airport, it is instructed and guided by its Airport Operations Manual approved by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority.The OAI stated that Charrandas Persaud was a passenger on LIAT flight #LI 392 which departed the Eugene F Correia International Airport at 06:17h on December 22, 2018.The airport authority stated that Persaud’s escorts were Mission Security Officer of the High Commission of Canada, Richard Beliveau and Peter Ramsaroop.According to the OAI, Beliveau presented himself and his Ministry of Foreign Affairs ID Card to the airport duty officer and requested a pass to accompany a passenger to the aircraft. The OAI stated that Peter Ramsaroop also requested a pass saying he was part of Beliveau’s party. The Airport Duty Officer, in accordance with an established courtesy practice, as is requested to be extended to diplomatic personnel by the Foreign Affairs Ministry, granted a Protocol pass to both persons. The passes were duly returned in exchange for their respective ID documents on their departure from the airport.“Both Mr Beliveau and Mr Ramsaroop as well as Mr Charrandas Persaud, were subjected to full and complete screening before entering the departure lounge in accordance with the requirements of the Aviation Security Programme approved by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority,” OAI stated on Monday.Meanwhile, Ramsaroop has since said that he only accompanied the former AFC member since he was fearful for his life.On December 21, the no-confidence motion brought by the Parliamentary Opposition –the People’s Progressive Party (PPP/C) – against the Government succeeded when former APNU/AFC MP Persaud broke ranks and made a conscience vote in favour of the motion.After voting in favour of the no-confidence motion, Persaud’s life was threatened twice; he was hit by both colleagues flanking him as well as received many explicit comments within a five-minute period.This was all done while the National Assembly broadcasted the sitting live on its website. The video which is up on the Parliament website showing clearly what transpired. Persaud received the hostile treatment from his colleagues after he voted his conscience and sided with the Opposition’s motion.During the final part of the 03h:51m:04s video, during the second part of the debate, when Persaud delivered his first “yes”, all hell broke loose. He received the first punch on his left arm, at 03h:33m:04s in the video, by an APNU MP who insisted that Persaud “can’t vote against the Government.” This was followed by a series of expletives by the same MP and surprisingly Persaud received another punch from another APNU MP at 03h:32m:28s in the video.Then came the issue of death threats to Persaud. If one listens to the video, you will find that at 03h: 33m: 04s and 03h: 35m: 35s in the video, he receives the threats “Charrandas you gon dead tonight” and “Charrandas you want dead tonight” respectively. It sounded as though the threats came from a female MP on the Government side of the benches.Despite being accused of being a traitor, Persaud maintained that it was a vote of conscience since he is disappointed in the direction his party is heading. He pointed to the recent statements made by People’s National Congress (PNC) Chairperson Volda Lawrence during which she indicated that she only has friends in the PNC and jobs will be made available for them. That statement, he said, infuriated him, prompting him to write a letter to the AFC’s Executive to make a statement but the party’s leader Raphael Trotman came out in her defence after which she apologised.last_img read more

Apacer upgrades to new-generation DDR4-2666 memory modules

first_imgThe rapid confluence of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have not only fueled an increasing demand for various smart application and smart devices and servers, but also increased performance demand in computing power and transfer speed. In response to the successive upgrade in Intel’s and AMD’s servers, desktop processors, and mobile processors platforms, as well as the increased support of adaptation of the DDR4-2666 specification, Apacer has outpaced its competitors in the mass production of DDR4-2666 memory modules for server and industry applications. Apacer’s DDR4-2666 memory is compatible with the latest Intel Purley and AMD EPYC processor platforms, fully highlighting the company’s ambition to the top supplier for the long-awaited overhaul in the global server market and officially propelling industrial memory into the high-performance, high-bandwidth realm of DDR4-2666.Apacer anticipates fully demonstrating the high-performance, high-speed, and high-stability features of its products, thereby satisfying customer requirements. DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, predicts that the global shipping volume of servers could reach 5.53% in 2018 amidst industrial transformation and the rising popularity of smart applications, which would drive growth in server memory of up to 28.6%. That growth would top all memory products. The strong demand for server memory is not only fueled by the server demands of data centers but also associated with the upgrade of Intel and AMD server platforms. Apacer’s comprehensive upgrade of server and industrial memory modules to the DDR4-2666 specification not only caters to the next generation of server platforms, specifically, Intel Purley and AMD EYPC, but also increases transfer rates to 2666 M/s, which is 11% higher than the previous-generation DDR4-2400 specification. The new-generation memory modules outperform the older generation in speed, efficiency, and power conservation.Apacer’s modules are compatible with a variety of products and meet JEDEC memory specifications. They support UDIMM, SODIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM, ECC UDIMM, and ECC SODIMM specifications and range from 2 GB to 64 GB capacity choices. These products are targeted to satisfy the replacement demands of servers, industrial computers, and smart devices. By taking advantage of its dominance in vertical application markets, such as IoT, healthcare, transportation, national defense, and gaming, and drawing on its superior customization capabilities and immense industrial experiences, Apacer aims to preemptively gain a leading position in this wave of smart innovative development and be fully prepared for era of DDR4-2666.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous Module solution for Industrial EthernetNext IAR Systems acquires Secure Thingzlast_img read more

Arsenal’s WSL champions: player ratings for Gunners’ victorious squad

first_imgfeatures Vivianne Miedema 10It is hard to look beyond Miedema for every player of the year accolade. The 22-year-old Dutch international has more than 30 goals in all competitions and when Arsenal have struggled with injury, the forward, constantly relaxed and focused on the task ahead, has continued to provide relief.Also …It would be remiss to not mention the academy players that were called upon during Arsenal’s injury-plagued season. Paige Bailey-Gayle, Amelia Hazard, Ava Kuyken, Ruby Grant, Ana Albuquerque, Hannah Dawbarn and Melissa Filis all featured, with Grant scoring an impressive hat-trick in the 4-0 defeat of Crawley Wasps in the FA Cup. Share on LinkedIn Arsenal Women Pinterest Twitter Read more Lia Wälti has impressed as a defensive midfielder. Photograph: TGSPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock Dominique Bloodworth 8Used in both defence and midfield, Bloodworth’s versatility and tough tackling have been vital to Arsenal coping with the numerous injuries throughout the season.Danielle van de Donk 8The Netherlands international has been a stalwart of the starting XI. One of many to step up to the plate in the absence of Nobbs, chipping in with regular goals (10 in the league) and keeping the front line fluid.Jordan Nobbs 7The engine of undeniably the most exciting team to watch. Cruelly misses out on the World Cup after suffering an ACL rupture against Everton. Despite not having played since November she is still the fourth-highest scorer in the league with nine goals.Kim Little 9If Nobbs is the engine, Little is the heartbeat. The Scotland veteran has been vital at controlling the tempo of Arsenal’s forward play and is arguably one of the best midfielders in the world.Victoria Schnaderbeck 4Has played three games having sat out most of the season with a knee injury she suffered in pre-season. Signed from Bayern Munich in the summer.Katrina Veje 6Veje joined from Montpellier in January and has made 10 appearances in all competitions. The Dane helped alleviate the injury crisis before a spell on the sidelines herself.ForwardsBeth Mead 8Mead has had a coming-of-age season for club and country. Her ‘crot’ (cross or shot?) goals have become a bit of a trademark. She has contributed six goals and 12 assists to Arsenal’s title push and must be fighting her way into Phil Neville’s World Cup starting plans.Lisa Evans 8Evans has most frequently been used as a right wing-back and her runs have been one of the few constants in Arsenal’s attacking play as she takes advantage of the space created by those ahead of her.Katie McCabe 8Her versatility has been showcased this season having played both as a full-back and across the midfield as required by the manager. That has not held her back – she has directly contributed to 20 goals, including a vital recent winner against a tricky Birmingham side.Danielle Carter 6Made an emotional return from an ACL injury that had kept her on the sidelines for 10 months just in time for the title run-in. Share on WhatsApp Women’s Super League Share on Pinterest Facebook center_img DefendersEmma Mitchell 7Usually played at left-back but also used across the back line as the injuries mounted. Recently returned from a month on the sidelines. A reliable member of Arsenal’s defence.Janni Arnth 7Arnth was recruited from Swedish side Linköpings in January and the Dane made an instant impact, scoring on her debut in Arsenal’s gruelling 4-2 victory over West Ham.Leah Williamson 9It is easy to forget the centre-back is only 22 but she has been crucial to maintaining the second-best defensive record in the league.Louise Quinn 7Like Williamson, one of the few players to have featured in most games this season. Can sometimes be caught off the pace but her physical presence complements Williamson and she has a strong passing game.Tabea Kemme 5Kemme has played just five games after arriving from German side Turbine Potsdam.MidfieldersLia Wälti 7Kim Little’s broken leg and Jordan Nobbs’s season-ending ACL injury could have derailed Arsenal’s strong start, but with Wälti sitting in front of the back four it remained on track. Just how vital she became went a little unnoticed until she picked up a knee injury in late January herself. The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Share on Facebook Share on Messenger GoalkeepersSari van Veenendaal 6The Euro 2017 winner, who has had to share keeping duties this season, has six clean sheets in 10 starts.Pauline Peyraud-Magnin 7Has been favoured by manager Joe Montemurro. She kept eight clean sheets but played in the 3-0 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup and the 2-0 loss to Manchester City. Share via Email Arsenal crowned WSL champions with game to spare after thrashing Brighton Topics Share on Twitter Women’s football Reuse this contentlast_img read more