DCN

AcronymDefinition
DCNDLA (Defense Logistics Agency) Corporate Network
DCNDisconnect
DCNDirection des Constructions Navales (France)
DCNData Communication Network
DCNDocument Control Number
DCNDeclaration Control Number
DCNDocument Change Notice
DCNDorsal Cochlear Nucleus (neurology)
DCNDesigning Cisco Networks
DCNDesign Change Notice
DCNDistributed Computer Network
DCNDigital Communications Network
DCNData Consortium Namespace
DCNdata link coordination net (US DoD)
DCNDrawing Change Notice
DCNData-Link Coordination Net
DCNDelivery Center Network
DCNDefense Communications Network
DCNDisaster Contractor Network
DCNData Control Network
DCNDiabetes Control Network
DCNDimensional Controller Nodes (Xiotech)
DCNDance Camp North (UK)
DCNDriveClone Network
DCNDouble Check Negotiation (Social Security)
DCNData Change Notice
DCNDoctor of Clinical Nutrition (degree program)
DCNDeepCyberNet (internet hosting provider)
DCNDistrict Communication Network (Afghanistan)
DCNDirect Connect Newsletter (Intel)
DCNDigital China Networks, Ltd. (China)
DCNDivision du Combustible Nucléaire (French: Division of Nuclear Fuel; nuclear energy industry)
DCNDesert Communications Network (California Amateur Radio Group)
DCNDevelop Community Network (Mexico)
DCNDevelopmental Cognitive Neuropsychology
DCNDesign Communicate Network (Germany)
DCNData Consult Nord (Danish: Data Consult North)
DCNData Center Networking
DCNDAF (Van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek) Club Nederland (Dutch car club)
DCNDancube Network (website)
DCNDuct Cleaners' Network (Bowie, MD)
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The full report, available to DCN members only, offers additional insights into awareness and usage of ad blocking software, attitudes towards perceived performance impact on browsing experience, and how perceptions differ between premium content and social media sites.
There is huge public support for the simple and straightforward DCN, already in use in Scotland and Northern Ireland, which avoids both the need for a prior written warning and the complicated definition required by CPNs.
Through SDN and network virtualization, DCN enables network administrators to control the distributed networking environment from one central location, whether the organization incorporates private, public or hybrid data centers.
The DCN 3000 extends Echelon's proven, reliable grid technology with increased computing power and flexibility, establishing a more intelligent communication infrastructure between grid devices and the utility head-end through a variety of wireless and fixed connectivity options.
When DCN first was launched, accessing HIE information required physicians to leave their practice EHR systems and log into a portal.
Products will have been pre-prepared using the DCN Cook-Chill method of hot filling, rapid cooling and special packaging which retards bacterial growth, locks in freshness and provides a shelf life of up to 6 weeks.
Let there be n variables in the SVAR (in DCN n = 6 and it is an SVAR(2)).
Using the worksheet pre-numbered by the DCN is one option.
On the research side, DCN is a testbed for a variety of communications technologies, methodologies and organizational strategies.
With electronic filing, preparers must maintain total control over each client's file from the moment of the file's creation until both the file and DCN are accepted.
DCN was created in 1996 by 15 independent rural telecommunications companies to provide high-speed Internet, data and telecommunication services to more than 153,000 customers in 244 communities via 40,000 miles of fiber optic cable installed across North Dakota.
The DCN / White Ops study builds upon the findings of the December 2014 study by the Association of National Advertisers and White Ops -- "The Bot Baseline 2014" -- which found that bots are the clearest risk to the integrity of the digital media business.