ACNS

AcronymDefinition
ACNSAnglican Communion News Service
ACNSApplied Cryptography and Network Security
ACNSApplication and Content Networking System (Cisco)
ACNSAmerican Conference on Neutron Scattering
ACNSAcademic Computing and Networking Services
ACNSAmerican Clinical Neurophysiology Society
ACNSAIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia (Canada)
ACNSAutomated Copyright Notice System
ACNSAdvisory Committee on Nuclear Safety
ACNSAircraft Carrier Navigation System
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Cisco ACNS allowed us to scale to deliver content from Web servers anywhere in the country.
Joe Volesky, leader of the Windows Services Group within ACNS, said, "Using EqualLogic for Exchange provided a strategic advantage in reducing the manpower and time dedicated to storage.
ACNS will own 51% of the initial stage joint venture through two of its subsidiaries and Baotou Steel will own 49%.
I don't think anyone could be more surprised than me at the outcome of this process," ACNS quoted Welby as saying.
96 million shares are from certain shareholders of ACNS, which in aggregate, constitute 96% of the total issued and outstanding shares of ACNS.
In addition to utilizing Cisco routers and switches for high Quality of Service (QoS) and multicast delivery, the CMN is built on a network of ACNS Content Engines, which service more than 100 remote sites worldwide.
org) and subscribe to the Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS), noting that "as a quarterly magazine format, Anglican Worm is not able to grasp the scope of the often fast-flowing items that are easily accessible to ACNS.
Tivella is a Cisco AVVID certified partner and provides highly integrated solutions based on Cisco Content Networking products including ACNS and IP/TV.
The report includes extensive examples, including Avistar, Glowpoint, Marconi's ViPr(TM), VCON's Progressive Communications, Path 1 Network Technologies, Cisco Systems ACNS, Omneon Networks and PBS, and Scopus' Intelligent Video Network.
ACNS -- Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane--a liberal African voice on the subject of homosexuality--announced on May 13 that he will retire as archbishop of Cape Town in 2008.
ACNS -- An electoral synod on May 19 elected Bishop Idris Jones, bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, as primus, or senior bishop, of the Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) Church.