Monthly Archive: April 2010

Photo B-24D Liberator aircraft 'Pete the POM Inspector', Lead … 0

Photo B-24D Liberator aircraft 'Pete the POM Inspector', Lead …

Caption B-24D Liberator aircraft ‘Pete the POM Inspector’, Lead Assembly Ship of 467th Bomber Group, US 790th Bomber Squadron, RAF Rackheath, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Mar-Oct 1944More on…

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References ^ David Stubblebine (ww2db.com) ^ B-24D Liberator aircraft ‘Pete the POM Inspector’, Lead Assembly Ship of 467th Bomber Group, US 790th Bomber Squadron, RAF Rackheath, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Mar-Oct 1944 (ww2db.com)

Lotus Racing on Pole Position with VoIP … 0

Lotus Racing on Pole Position with VoIP …

VoIP Unlimited has been named as Official Technical Supplier of Lotus Racing, providing a 100Mb bearer circuit to the UK headquarters based in Hingham, Norfolk. The deal provides Lotus Racing with an IP Ethernet connection which will be used for voice and data, transferring large engineering data files, fast internet access and terminating the team s SIP telephony calls via a SIP trunk. VoIP Unlimited, specialist SIP trunk provider, continues to gain SIP business delivered on VoIP Unlimited s Ethernet circuits, removing the need for expensive and inflexible ISDN30 lines.

Speed and reliability are attributes shared between the team and VoIP Unlimited s network , states Steve Bieniek, VoIP Unlimited s Sales Director. We are pleased to be associated with such a historical, high quality brand in motor sport and look forward to supporting the team during their 2010 season. VoIP Unlimited have been providing SIP over Ethernet to customers for a few years now and are starting to see significantly more interest from larger organisations who choose to invest in these faster and more reliable types of connections.

The Ethernet service is based on a secure layer 2 MPLS platform and is directly interconnected into VoIP Unlimited s core network, eliminating potential latency issues. VoIP Unlimited has been operating business grade ISP services since 2006, controlling the crucial delivery of the IP access to customer s sites. As part of their ongoing communications strategy, Lotus Racing will see a number of business benefits including free international calls between race circuit and UK head office, instant increase of call capacity and fast, stable internet connectivity.

The (SoE) SIP over Ethernet service is currently available to any geographic location in the UK and allows VoIP Unlimited to continue their commitment to delivering the connectivity element for business grade SIP trunks.

Norfolk Constabulary: Summer security warning 4

Norfolk Constabulary: Summer security warning

Householders living in the borough of Great Yarmouth are being urged not to make it easy for potential thieves this summer. Officers are advising people to pay extra attention to home and vehicle security with the onset of longer evenings and warmer weather. Detective Inspector Sarah Pettengell, from Great Yarmouth CID, said lapses in security can often give rise to opportunistic crime.

She said: By taking simple steps householders can avoid becoming a victim of crime. Burglaries are often opportunistic crimes so by removing attractive and expensive items from display, such as laptops and car keys, householders can help prevent these crimes from occurring. During the summer months thieves will also look for gaps in home security such as doors and windows left open.

Norfolk is an extremely safe place to live and your chances of being a victim of such crime still remain extremely low but you should look at your home through a thief’s eyes. Don t become an easy target Norfolk Constabulary offers the following advice to residents: Householders are reminded to keep windows and doors locked and secure at all times, whether they are inside or outside the home. Attention should be paid to the security of sheds and garages and to the property stored within as these often contain expensive items such as lawn mowers, power tools and sports equipment.

Use good quality locks and fit internal grills to the windows. People should mark their belongings this will make them less attractive to steal and make it more difficult for them to be sold on. Be a good neighbour If anyone is spotted acting suspiciously in your neighbourhood, call the police.

Det Insp Pettengell added that residents should be vigilant when dealing with cold callers to their property and not to let them inside.

Always ask for identification from any unexpected callers and do not to let anyone in if you are not comfortable with who they are.

Councils and utilities companies will generally contact householders by telephone or letter if they plan to carry out repairs rather than make unsolicited calls, said Det Insp Pettengell.