CNAM

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AcronymDefinition
CNAMConservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (Paris, France)
CNAMCaisse Nationale d'Assurance Maladie
CNAMCalling Name Delivery
CNAMCalling Name (Caller ID)
CNAMCenter for New American Media
CNAMCity of Norwich Aviation Museum (UK)
CNAMCenter for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials
CNAMClass Calling Name Delivery (Bellcore)
CNAMCall Name Database (Sprint)
References in classic literature ?
if you take to calling names again, you know the effect they produce upon me, and I shall adore you." And so saying, Malicorne drew the young girl a second time towards him.
Network and data communications provider Transaction Network Services Inc (TNS) (NYSE:TNS) has partnered with BroadSoft, a VoIP company, to provide its Calling Name (CNAM) solution to service providers operating the BroadWorks VoIP application platform from BroadSoft.
Features include multiline appearance, calling name and number display, call waiting, call forwarding, call transfer, three-way calling, redial, hold, mute, park, and voice-mail notification.
Additional features of the iMerge NCSG include talking call waiting, talking calling name, message delivery, automatic recall with name, and call forwarding with audio name calling.
The system accommodates a direct IP trunk interface and offers a wide range of call handling features such as calling name display, sophisticated call routing and dialled number identification.
Also included are advanced voice features such as caller ID, calling name display and call status display.
Redstone has calling name display for all intra-switch calls.
Digital phones with calling name display and single-button speed dialing enable Princess Cruises to offer the high-level of service expected by its passengers.
Why can we not agree to disagree without calling names? What happened to tolerance and open-mindedness?
PPP's secretary information in her reaction over the Fawad's statement against PPP, she said that he was trying to increase his points before the PM Imran by using calling names to opponents as he is the worst precedent of political parties which are grown artificially
Cotu secretary general Francis Atwoli has recently graced our screens either insulting his most favourite target - Deputy President William Ruto - or calling names those who don't agree with his political leanings.
Asfandyar said everyone had the right to express his opinion and stance but calling names to opponents was the habit of Imran for which he should be blamed.
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