HPNA


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AcronymDefinition
HPNAHome Phoneline Networking Alliance
HPNAHome Portal Network Adapter
HPNAHome Phone Network Adapter
HPNAHospice and Palliative Nurses Association
HPNAHeavy Polynuclear Aromatics (hydrocracking)
HPNAHyde Park Neighborhood Association (Austin, TX)
HPNAHarman Pro North America
HPNAHamilton Park Neighborhood Association
HPNAHighland Park Neighborhood Association, Inc.
HPNAHepatopancreas Nitrate
HPNAHigh Precipitation NAW Area
HPNAHollywood Park Neighborhood Association
HPNAHoliday Park Neighborhood Association
HPNAHigh Point Neurological Associates (High Point, NC)
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As HPNA representatives noted, many healthcare personnel do not have a living will, a medical power of attorney, or an updated document indicating who our proxy for medical care will be in situations where we may be unable to speak for ourselves.
In January 2016, ANA and HPNA convened the Palliative and Hospice Nursing Professional Issues Panel.
For example, HPNA and ANA have worked collaboratively on many initiatives, including developing Palliative Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice.
"We selected Sigma's HPNA Fast EoC technology because it allows us to deliver IP data, voice, and video to our customers, over our existing Coaxial infrastructure, ultimately resulting in a greatly expanded service offering at a significant cost savings."
Its flagship products include the HomePortal residential gateways, the first to allow broadband subscribers to connect to the high-speed Internet with an integrated DSL modem, network multiple devices in their home via Wi-Fi, Ethernet and HPNA (Home Phoneline Networking Alliance), protect every device on the network with a professional grade firewall, and access a variety of advanced broadband services.
California-based Proxim Inc has expanded its Farallon family of Ethernet, HPNA and wireless solutions with three new products - two NetLINE broadband gateways and the HomeLINE 10Mb USB adapter - designed to expand the networking options for users of Apple Macintosh computers.
DSTni is a strong foundation for devices that want to leverage HPNA, PLC, copper, fiber and wireless topologies.
Contained in a weatherproof, lockable exterior box, the unit is equipped with a DOCSIS cable modem, 10/100BaseT connectors for Ethernet, RJ11 for HPNA, and RJ11 for telephony, and supports up to four toll-quality voice lines.
By using existing in-home wiring or wireless frequencies, standards like HPNA, Home RF, 802.11, and Bluetooth eliminate the need to pull additional wiring through the home.
There will be multiple devices at the cable or digital subscriber line (DSL) end within the home, Right now, Ethernet is in the lead, although there are other options such as HPNA, power line carrier, and wireless LANs.
The Xiad2000 design supports CPE interface options such as 4 port integral Ethernet hub, USB or HPNA.