Y343 Lunden

Lunden, på dette tidspunkt stadig i Marinehjemmeværnets tjeneste ved navn Bopa

Y343 Lunden er et stationsfartøj ved Søværnets Skole, Center for Våben (VBC), hvor skibets primære opgaver er at trække slæbemål og flytte de faste skydemål i skydeområderne ud for Sjællands Odde lint remover. Skibet hejste kommando i Søværnsregi den 20. januar 2011 og blev i samme forbindelse navngivet Lunden af orlogspræst Camilla Munck. Skibet hørte tidligere under Marinehjemmeværnet under navnet Bopa hvor det forrettede tjeneste fra 1973 frem til 2010 reusable water bottle with straw. Lunden er det sidste fartøj af MHV 90-klassen stadig i statslig tjeneste.

I Søværnet har man tidligere benyttet et skib ved samme navn, Lunden blev bygget og søsat i 1941 ved Brødrene Nipper i Skagen. Under krigen blev den erobret af tyskerne og brugt i tysk tjeneste retro footy shirts. I 1944 blev den leveret tilbage til Søværnet hvor den efter krigen blev indsat ved minestrygningstjenesten. Indtil 1965 tjente Lunden som inspektionskutter ved Færøerne, hvorefter det blev overført til det daværende Artilleriskole Sjællands Odde (nu Søværnets Våbenkursus (VBK)) upholstery fabric. I 1974 fik Lunden sit nuværende navn. Skibet var cirka 18 meter langt, 5 meter bredt og vejede 42 tons. Lunden blev solgt på auktion den 4. maj 2011 for 28.000 kroner.

Ernesto Grassi

Ernesto Grassi (* 2. Mai 1902 in Mailand; † 22. Dezember 1991 in München) war ein italienischer Philosoph.

Der Existentialist Grassi, Sohn einer deutschen Mutter und eines italienischen Vaters, lehrte viele Jahrzehnte Philosophie an italienischen und deutschen Universitäten. 1925 promovierte er bei Piero Martinetti an der Universität Mailand reusable water bottle with straw. In Aix-en-Provence hörte er Maurice Blondel. Bei einer Rundreise durch Deutschland nahm er Kontakt zu Heinrich Rickert, Karl Jaspers, Nicolai Hartmann glass bottle covers, Max Scheler und Martin Heidegger auf. 1928 ging er zu Heidegger nach Freiburg (Breisgau), wo er bis 1938 als Lektor für Italienisch und Lehrbeauftragter für Philosophie lehrte.

Am 31. Dezember 1932 erhielt Grassi vom italienischen Erziehungsministerium die Lehrbefugnis (libera docenza) für Geschichte der Philosophie. Als Privatdozent hielt er an der Staatsuniversität Mailand seinen ersten Kurs ab, doch nach der Machtübernahme kehrte Grassi im Mai 1933 wieder nach Freiburg zurück. 1938 ging er nach Berlin, wohin seine 1938 in Freiburg verliehene Honorarprofessur 1939 verlagert wurde. 1941 erschien ein Beitrag in Alfred Rosenbergs Zeitschrift Nationalsozialistische Monatshefte. 1942 gründete er das Institut Studia Humanitatis in Berlin blank socks wholesale. Von 1943 bis 1944 hielt er sich in Norditalien, dann in der Schweiz auf; hier nahm er von 1946 bis 1949 einen Lehrauftrag in Zürich wahr. In München gründete er 1948 das Centro italiano di studi umanistici e filosofici, das er auch leitete, und war hier von 1948 bis 1970 Ordinarius, dann Emeritus an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität. Ab 1965 leitete er auch das Seminar für Philosophie und Geistesgeschichte des Humanismus an der Universität. Sein Nachfolger auf dem Lehrstuhl wurde Stephan Otto. Auch am Wiederaufbau des Kölner Petrarca-Instituts war er neben Fritz Schalk beteiligt. Er galt als einer der gründlichsten Kenner des italienischen Humanismus. In Deutschland wurde er vor allem als Herausgeber der Reihe Rowohlts deutsche Enzyklopädie bekannt.

MagtiCom

MagtiCom, Ltd (Georgian. მაგთიკომი) was founded on February 12, 1996 by Dr. George (Gia) Jokhtaberidze. On September 22, 1997 the Company made the first commercial call from its mobile network. The services offered by MagtiCom involve as follows: mobile telephony (operating via three brands: “Magti” (since 1997), “Bali”, youth brand (since 2005) and “Bani” (since 2010); mobile internet (embracing all the technologies of mobile network development: 2G clothing shaver, 2.5G, 3G, 3.5G, 4G, 4.5G); wireless fixed telephony (“Magti Fix” brand since 2008); cable fixed telephony (VoIP); satellite television (“MagtiSat” brand, since 2012; the first operator in Georgia and the South Caucasus); internet (IPTV) television (since 2016) and cable internet (since 2016).

Currently MagtiCom mobile network unites the mobile technologies of all the generations: GSM (2G and 2.5G operating on 900 and 1800 MHz frequency bands), UMTS and HSPA+ (3G and 3.5G operating on 900 and 2100 MHz frequency bands) and LTE (4G and 4.5G operating on 800 and 1800 MHz frequency bands). Also, the Company uses CDMA 450 MHz frequency band to provide a number of services. MagtiCom provides the largest coverage area (with 4,650 base stations) covering the 98% of the populated and controlled territory of Georgia. The Company is the leader of mobile market (with the 42% of market share; September 2016). MagtiCom renders various services to up to 3 million customers by means of 49 customer care and 5 mobile offices. Unprecedented is the contribution of the Company to the development of Georgian economy (1.605.241.166 lari; September 2016). Since 2016 MagtiCom has become an ISP and, as a result, a provider of total range of communications services.

MagtiCom Ltd was founded on February 12, 1996 by Dr. George (Gia) Jokhtaberidze who owns the 51% of the Company exercising the full control thereover. See Chart 1 to learn about the owners and the ownership share thereof.

MagtiCom made the first commercial call on September 22, 1997. Currently the mobile network of MagtiCom unites the mobile technologies of all the generations:

In Georgian market MagtiCom is presented by three mobile bands: “Magti” (since 1997), “Bali” (youth brand, since 2005) and “Bani” (since 2010);

The Company is the leader of mobile market (with the 42% of market share; September 2016) and, as of the data of July 2016, renders services to over 1,900,000 customers.

MagtiCom became the two-time winner of the Consolidated Tender of Cellular Telephone Service for Governmental Structures.

MagtiCom offers 2 types of internet service: mobile internet since 2001 and cable internet for retail market since 2016.

MagtiCom subscribers started to enjoy the WAP-based internet as far back as 2001 and football socks, while in 2002 the Company offered the GPRS-based internet soon followed by HSDPA, HSPA and HSPA+ technologies. Since 2015 MagtiCom has been offering 4G LTE internet, while since May 2016 – the same LTE Advanced network. Noteworthy is that MagtiCom is the only operator in Georgia owning the 4.5G, the same LTE Advanced network.

According to the data of the Georgian National Communications Commission, MagtiCom enjoys the highest index of internet usage.

Cable internet is provided via the fiber-optic network, currently the most advanced network infrastructure notable for its high speed of data transfer and its top quality.

MagtiCom offers two types of television: satellite television MagtiSat since 2012 and IPTV since 2016.

MagtiSat, launched in January 2012, is the first operator of paid satellite TV broadcasting in Georgia and the South Caucasus.

MagtiSat broadcasts from the Astra 5B satellite, and the broadcasting covers the entire territory of Georgia. This is the feature that differs satellite broadcasting from cable television and allows it to reach the remotest, the most hard-to-access places of the country. MagtiSat allows each and every citizen of Georgia to watch the most popular, high-rating TV programs on the screens of their TV sets. The broadcasting is carried out with the observing of the top technical standards.

MagtiSat effects broadcasting using two formats: the SD and the HD ones yellow soccer socks.

IPTV is a new generation TV standard based on internet protocol (IP) offering such unique functions as the air management, rewinding and pausing. IPTV allows to wind a program back, to stop it and to proceed with watching it from the place where it had been stopped.

In December 2012 MagtiSat started to offer 3 movie channels of its own production dubbed in Georgia: Magti Hit, Magti Kino and Chveni Magti. Since 2016 the channels have become available for the customers of Magti IPTV.

MagtiCom is presented by two technologies of fixed telephony in the market – the radio and the cable ones.

Magti Fix is a wireless fixed telephone service based on CDMA 450 (operating on 450 MHz frequency band). Magti Fix wireless fixed network is characterized by rather high index of signal propagation making it vital in the countryside especially the regions with no cable infrastructure available.

VoIP technology offers cable fixed telephone communication via internet protocol (IP). Unlike traditional telephony, here the voice signal is transferred digitally. MagtiCom started to offer cable fixed telephony to the retail market in 2016.

The development of internet technologies in MagtiCom in chronological order:

In terms of base stations MagtiCom is a leader on Georgian market. The company ownes 4650 of base stations all over the Georgia.

As of September 2016, MagtiCom covers the 98% of the inhabited and controlled territory of Georgia

MagtiCom offers services both via its customer care offices and its hotline.

MagtiCom’s 49 offices (13 in Tbilisi and 36 in the regions of Georgia) render services during week days, while a number of offices – on the week-ends as well.

Also, MagtiCom customer care offices are opened at 40 outlets in Community Centers all over the Georgia.

Apart from the above, 5 mobile offices of MagtiCom are available for the customers.

Office on Agmashenebeli Ave.

Office on Rustaveli. Ave

Magti Office in Batumi

Mobile Office

MagtiCom offers 24-hour hotline service 7 days a week. Calling 2170000 or 110011 is available from any network. The call is toll-free for MagtiCom customers. The users of cable internet or Magti IPTV can also call 220000.

Web-chat

The representatives of Customer Care work on the web-chat in the 24/7 working mode thus providing customers with online help/information.

MagtiCom offers roaming service. The list of roaming partners of the Company contains over 180 countries and more than 400 operators (September 2016).

As for September 30, 2016, the contribution of the Company to the Georgian economy is 1.605.241.166 lari.

On July 14, 2016 European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) issued MagtiCom the credit in the amount of 100 million US dollars to be used for the expansion of MagtiCom broadband communication in the regions of Georgia.

“We do it for Georgia” is the aegis under which MagtiCom has implemented hundreds of projects in various aspects including the ones to support Georgian culture, sport, health, arts and education. MagtiCom, being a company with corporative social responsibility, carries out a great number of social projects. Among national projects noteworthy is the publication of books/albums of the works by Georgian cultural figures. The books/albums are distributed free of charge on the presentation day. The works – books, sets of volumes and albums – by dozens of writers, poets, artists, sculptors or architects are kept at MagtiCom archive.

Albums and books published by MagtiCom

“Constant”, the quarterly magazine from MagtiCom, started to be issued in 1999. The magazine offers MagtiCom news as well as the world examples of technological progress and other interesting information.

The full e-version of “Constant” is available on the MagtiCom web-site. The circulation of the printed version makes 50,000 copies. The magazine is free-of-charge.

“Constant” is distributed both in Tbilisi and the regions of Georgia.

Since 2014 MagtiCom has been offering the application mymagti.com serving as a mobile office in the users’ smartphones. Any of MagtiCom customers is able to use the application to recharge his or other person’s balance and refresh various airtime, internet or SMS packages. mymagty.com allows the customers to exercise control over all of the MagtiCom services reusable water bottle with straw.

MagtiFun.ge allows a customer registered under MagtiCom phone number to send 50 free-of-charge SMS daily. A user of the site can store his contact numbers and effect synchronization with his Facebook.

Magti Club is a cultural center frequently hosting art evenings, exhibitions and jubilee meetings.

Magti Club Logo

Magti Club at night. Waiting for a live music show.

Marketing Events and Places

Magti Hot Air Balloon

Magti Funicular Photo