MAN

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AcronymDefinition
MANManual
MANMetropolitan Area Network
MANManagement
MANMandarin (language)
MANManitoba
MANManeuver
MANManifold
MANMassive Assault Network (online war game)
MANMilitary Analysis Network
MANMaleic Anhydride
MANManufacturers Association of Nigeria (est. 1971)
MANModel Airplane News (magazine; Air Age Media)
MANModern Art Notes
MANMobile Armor (Newtype; Gundam gaming)
MANMaschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (German: Machine Works of Augsburg and Nürnberg, truck manufacturer)
MANMulti Access Network
MANMaschinenfabrik Augsburg Nurnberg
MANManager
MANManagement Network
MANMedia Awareness Network (Canada)
MANMetropolitan Access Network
MANMouvement pour une Alternative Non-violente (French: Movement for a Non-Violent Alternative)
MANMandatory Modification
MANMunicipal Area Network
MANNew Antilles Movement (Netherlands Antilles)
MANMandatory Value
MANMaster of Arts in Nursing (degree program)
MANMultiaccess Network
MANVery High Frequency Voice Radio (US Navy)
MANMedical Auxiliary Network
MANMount Arthur North (Australian coal mine)
MANMoney, Authority, Need (marketing)
MANMiscellaneous Account Number
MANManchester, England, United Kingdom - International (Airport Code)
MANMicrowave Aerospace Navigation
MANMulti Area Network
MANMen Against Nonsense (website)
MANMilitary Aviation Notice
MANMunich-Augsburg-Nurnberg (Engineering Works)
MANMovimentu Antia Nobo
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The Ethernet infrastructure will be provided by Riverstone Networks to support the backhauling of data traffic from VIVO's 3G base stations in order to expand the delivery of IP/Ethernet services over metropolitan access networks. Juniper Networks will provide M-series multiservice routing platforms to combine traffic from various base stations.
The highly integrated TUPP 2488 performs grooming and cross-connecting for widely deployed private lines carrying Ethernet, Frame Relay and voice services in metropolitan access networks. This new capability in access networks substantially reduces carrier costs by replacing high-power, multi-chassis, digital cross-connects in the network core with flexible, low-cost service card solutions in access networks.
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