21CN

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AcronymDefinition
21CN21st Century Network (BT Group, UK)
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It said that 21st Century Network had 97,866 customers in May, recording an increase of 1,285 users from its April record of 96,581 subscribers.
The 21st Century network offers a high level of coordinated care from cancer diagnosis through surgery, radiation, and systemic treatment as required.
We are building a 21st century network which will help our country continue to grow and prosper, said Sam Nkusi, chairman of Liquid Telecom Rwanda.
Network specialist Ciena Corporation (NASDAQ:CIEN) revealed today that it has been named by UK-based communications group BT (LSE:BT.A) as a vendor for its 21st Century Network (21CN).
"But delivering a 21st century network should be a matter of priority for the Welsh Government, not least because it frees up people to live their lives the way they prefer to, and encourages creativity and entrepreneurism, and at a cost that is affordable to people."
The work is part of BT's 21st Century Network programme, which has already brought broadband speeds of up to 20 megabits per second (Mbps) within reach of around 65 per cent of West Midlands premises.
A further 31 communities in the region are included in the latest roll-out plans for BT's 21st Century Network (21CN).
BT has announced plans to include areas such as Crook, Jesmond, Newcastle West and Ashington in its 21st Century Network, which makes broadband speeds of up to 24mb/s a possibility.
Buckley, Hawarden and Holywell have been included in the latest roll-out plans for BT's 21st Century Network (21CN).
Launched this week, Bullet is one of the first providers to take advantage of BT's Ethernet in the First Mile technology - part of BT's 21st Century Network - using the same Ethernet delivery system that big corporations use for their expensive leased lines.
Based on BT's new 21st Century Network (21CN), the faster speeds will initially be available from 56 telephone exchanges in the West Midlands, including Birmingham, Bloxwich, Bromsgrove, Coventry, Dudley, Hereford, Leamington Spa, Lichfield and Nuneaton.
A 21st Century Network will be used as a delivery mechanism for Ethernet Backhaul Direct, enabling Openreach to offer higher bandwidths.