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AcronymDefinition
HNHorn (French Horn; Music)
HNHonduras (country code, top level domain)
HNHacker News
HNHonorable
HNHunan (China)
HNHuman Nature
HNHainan (China)
HNHuman Nutrition (various schools)
HNHawk Nelson (band)
HNHallands Nyheter (Swedish newspaper)
HNNitrogen Mustard (blister chemical agent)
HNHospital Nacional
HNHellenic Navy (Greece)
HNHeadline News
HNHead Nurse
HNHealthnet
HNHost Nation
HNHome Networking
HNHome Net
HNHungarian Notation (identifier naming convention)
HNHull Number (ship)
HNHealth Nut
HNHospitalman (USN Rating)
HNHahnium (IUPAC element 108)
HNHardware Node (computing)
HNHousehold Notes
HNHell No
HNHardware & Networking (education program; Karnataka State Open University; India)
HNHeartland Network (Minneapolis, MN)
HNHardin Northern
HNHutchinson and Northern Railway Company
HNHydrodynamical Numerical (Model)
HNHeadquarters Notice
HNHospital Novicentro (Guatemala)
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Although home networking has great promise, there are challenges in commercializing it.
0 has set the bar for reliability and performance for home networking technology," said Rich Nesin, president of HomePNA and vice president of marketing at CopperGate Communications.
Yankee Group analysts also believe the rapid growth of high-speed broadband Internet access services will serve as a critical catalyst to the explosive growth of home networking because broadband Internet brings with it the need to share access among multiple PCs and to deliver Internet and multimedia content to many different devices and locations within the home.
11g as the dominant Wi-Fi choice for wireless home networking," said Harry Wang, research analyst, Parks Associates.
We now have access to members-only specifications, cooperation and development with like-minded companies and a hands-on contribution to the technology we are convinced will be a major force in multimedia home networking.
Consumer Interest in Value-Added Home Network Services - Volume II examines consumer interest in a number of specific managed home networking services, including:
0 Status of Broadband and Home Networking Among US Consumers
End user revenues for home networking and linked entertainment devices are projected to grow from $14 billion in 2005 to $85 billion by 2011.