ANO

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AcronymDefinition
ANOAbu Nidal Organization (terrorist group)
ANOArkansas Nuclear One
ANOAir Navigation Order
ANOAutonomous Non-Commercial Organization (Russia)
ANONew Citizens Alliance (Slovakia)
ANOAtomic Natural Orbital
ANOAssociation pour la Nouvelle Orthographe (French spelling association)
ANOAlaska Native Organizations
ANOAccess Network Operator
ANOAbove Named Officer
ANOAutomatic Network Operator
ANOAverage Natural Orbital
ANOAlternative Network Operator
ANOAdamas Nu Omega (Philippine fraternity)
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There are two cases which can be taken into consideration, 1) if an access network needs to modify the data rate and billing package information, it contacts the MIIS server and updates its package information and 2) if an access network operator wants to completely delete a package, it will also delete it from the MIIS server.
= 0) If (NEW_Cost = = MAX_USER_COST){ select NEW_Cost from the Cost table of the new network in MIIS server select the access network operator and data rate against the NEW_Cost network end while 2} else{ MAX_USER_COST= MAX_USER_COST-1}} else {If (Cost_ON > Cost_NN) {Then Cost_diff = Cost_ON--Cost_NN NEW Cost = Cost diff + Cost ON select NEW_Cost from the Cost table of the new network in MIIS server select the access network operator and data rate against the NEW_Cost network}} end while 1} Where Cost_ON, Cost_NN, Cost_DIFF represents cost of old network, cost of new network and cost difference respectively.
The diffusion of such major innovation allows the revenues of Apple, mobile access network operators from Layer 2 and, to a lesser extent, content editors from Layer 4, to rise because of an increase in capacity demand and in the content stream.
Finally, we suggest that a fibre market structure comprised of a few fibre access network operators is the appropriate structure to deliver innovation, large scale coverage and low prices which will lead to high penetration.
Thomson (Euronext Paris: 18453) (NYSE: TMS), a provider of video services, systems and technology, has announced that after successful delivery of MPEG-4 HD cable set-top boxes at the beginning of 2008, it will supply MPEG-4 HD PVR platform to Broadband Networks, a Swiss solution provider and system integrator for access network operators.
Alternative access network operators are currently considering rolling out their own "new" access networks.