VVN

AcronymDefinition
VVNVeilig Verkeer Nederland (Dutch: Safe Traffic Netherlands)
VVNVovinam (Vietnamese martial arts)
VVNVirtual Voice Network
VVNVery Very Nice (gaming)
VVNVereniging voor de Verenigde Naties (Dutch)
VVNVillage Video News
VVNVictory in Viet Nam (Watchmen comics)
VVNVietnam Volunteer Network (UK)
VVNVieux Volants Namurois (French: Old Flying Namur; Belgium)
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While traditional providers of voice exchanges charge a commission on traffic passing through the exchange, VVN customers are only charged for utilising ports on softswitches deployed across Interoute's pan-European network.
More than 100 customers, ranging from large national carriers such as Indian telecommunications operator VSNL and Czech Telecom through to ISPs and VoIP operators such as Streamdoor, have been using Interoute's VVN since it launched in May last year.
To become a member of the Arena trading community, operators are required to interconnect to Interoute's VVN.
Interoute's VVN service is one of the fastest growing parts of the company's business and enables telecommunication operators, ISPs and service providers to enter the voice market in a cost-effective way by accessing a ready-made voice network.
Since Interoute first partnered with Sonus to launch its VVN in May, Interoute has witnessed strong demand for its service, and the company expects to carry more than 100 million minutes of voice traffic per month by the end of 2004.
Tender notice number : EE (City) Anand invites on line tender for "_Providing coil type earthing at consumer end under VVN
Tenders are invited for The contract is: - execution routine repairs on the vehicle T 815 VVN 8x8 OEM.
AMX: VVN, TSX: VTN), a North American transportation and logistics firm, today announced that effective September 20, 2004, the Company's Corporate Controller Sean Washchuk will succeed Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer Kevin Glass, who has accepted the position of Chief Financial Officer at a publicly traded Canadian Income Trust.
AMX: VVN, TSX: VTN), a North American transportation and logistics firm, today announced record quarterly results for the three-month period ended June 30, 2004.
AMX: VVN, TSX: VTN), a North American transportation and logistics firm, today announced that it will host its 2004 second quarter financial results conference call and webcast on Thursday, July 22 at 11:00 a.
AMX: VVN, TSX: VTN), a North American transportation and logistics firm, will participate in the 2004 Bear Stearns Global Transportation Conference on Tuesday, May 11th, 2004.
This change does not affect its listing on the American Stock Exchange, where it is currently traded under the symbol VVN.