ESNS


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to ESNS: ESPN, ESMS
AcronymDefinition
ESNSEast Side Neighborhood Services (Minneapolis, MN)
ESNSEgyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt)
References in periodicals archive ?
ESN will provide critical voice and broadband data services with appro-priate coverage, public safety functionality as well as appropriate security, resilience and availability.
This first step in the MPSs wider adoption of ESN places us in the vanguard of users addressing control room readiness and we look forward to working collaboratively with Frequentis towards a successful project delivery".
Once deployed, MPS users will be able to operate freely on both, the current system and ESN, within coverage areas throughout the period of transition.
In many of the conversations there, he would hear descriptions of ESNs established by IT as just another tool but without anybody else in the organization behind it driving it.
Deloitte's Stewart says there is considerable interest in the nexus of ESNs and gamification.
"Our research suggests a well-implemented ESN would see 30 to 40 percent of employees using it on a monthly basis and 10 to 20 percent weekly," he says.
Generally, the deterministic form of ESNs has the following properties, which simplifies the ESN construction by only setting two free parameters and enables a more thorough theoretical analysis of the ESN performance [12]:
In this study, to investigate performances of deterministic ESNs for stock price prediction, three types of deterministic ESNs described previously, DLR, DLRB, and SCR, are compared to standard ESN.
Regulatory minimum OC is generally insufficient to withstand high stresses, and if a minimum OC level were to be set for ESN, we would expect it to be significantly higher than that of traditional covered bonds.
ESN will support a network based on 4G public safety LTE technology with voice and broadband data services, such as the ability to send photos and video, for Great Britains police, fire, rescue, ambulance and other public services.