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By On November 07, 2018

Warmest November 6th ever measured in Netherlands

Warmest November 6th ever measured in Netherlands By Janene Pieters on November 7, 2018 - 08:00

Temperatures in De Bilt climbed to 19 degrees on Tuesday, making it the warmest November 6th in the Netherlands since temperature measurements started in 1901. The previous record was 17.1 degrees in 2005. This is the 13th heat record broken this year, Weeronline reports.

Westdorpe and Gilze-Rijen even had official warm days on Tuesday with maximums of 20.4 and 20.0 degrees respectively.

According to Weeronline, a KNMI weather station measuring temperatures of 20 degrees or warmer only happened in seven other years since temperature measurements started. The last time was on November 3rd, 2015 when temperatures climbed to 20.9 degrees in Maastricht.

The rest of the week will also be unseasonably warm for November. On Wednesday maximum temperatures will range from 13 degre es in the west to 17 degrees along the eastern border. Thursday, Friday and the weekend will be somewhat cooler with maximums ranging between 11 and 14 degrees. The usual maximums for early November is around 11 degrees.

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Source: Google News Netherlands | Netizen 24 Netherlands


By On November 06, 2018

What's behind a name: Olivia Veneman from the Netherlands

(Mainichi/Shizuya Fukuoka)

"I'm Eva Veneman (age 31). My daughter's name is Olivia Veneman. Why did I name her Olivia? Because Olivia is a beautiful name."

(Japanese original by Shizuya Fukuoka, Taipei Bureau)

* This series introduces beautiful names given to people around the world. You can search for this series on the internet with the hashtag #BeautifulName. Please share your favorite photos on social media.

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Source: Google News Netherlands | Netizen 24 Netherlands

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By On November 06, 2018

Eurofiber deploys ADVA FSP 150 in the Netherlands and Belgium

ADVA (FSE: ADV) says it has supplied its ADVA FSP 150 customer premises platform, with the help of partner Netways Europe, to European fiber-based business services provider Eurofiber. Eurofiber will deploy the FSP 150 to enable SLA-based Carrier Ethernet connectivity at customer sites in the Netherlands and Belgium.

The platform provides multi-layer demarcation and aggregation capabilities, including MEF-certified CE 2.0, IPv4/IPv6 and MPLS service demarcation. It scales from Gigabit Ethernet to 10 Gigabit Ethernet and offers zero touch provisioning and support of SLA management.

"What makes the ADVA FSP 150 such an effective CPE solution is its phenomenal flexibility and scale. It empowers us to give our customers a genuinely future-proof architecture ready to expand alongside the growing needs of their business," said Hessel Idzenga, manager, design and architecture, Eurofiber. "The new technology is compact and highly efficient in terms of space and energy consumption. With its automated deployment capabilities, the ADVA FSP 150 is a powerful tool for accelerating new service activation while at the same time driving down operational costs. It also integrates seamlessly with our existing management system.

“Just as vital, though, is the strong relationships involved,” Idzenga added. “We know from past experience that the ADVA and Netways Europe teams offer superb levels of expertise and support and share our passion to exceed customer expectations."

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Source: Google News Netherlands | Netizen 24 Netherlands