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OANOpen Architecture Network
OANOutdoor Adventure Network
OANAids to Navigation Division (US Navy)
OANOptical Access Network
OANOpen Access Network
OANOwner Applied Number (number supplied by a business to identify a particular product)
OANOregon Association of Nurserymen
OANOn Another Note
OANOpen Austrian Network
OANOnline Account Number
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OANOvershoot Amplitude Noise
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Northwest Open Access Network High-speed Ethernet (10/100Mb,
Alcatel-Lucent Telecoms has joined the council in a new joint venture company to develop a high-capacity open access network to serve the Baltic Business Quarter.
FibreSpeed, part of the Broadband Wales programme, will provide an open access network for North Wales.
The Northwest Open Access Network, or NoaNet, hopes to expand in Eugene by paying EWEB to extend fiber-optic lines to new customers.
Northwest Open Access Network (NoaNet), the Washington-based non-profit that is managing BPA's fiber-optic offering, launched its Washington network in October 2000.
Benu Networks, a provider of innovative virtual network solutions that enable service providers to rapidly create and deliver next generation IP services, has announced that VAST Networks, Africa's first open access network provider, has selected their Virtual Service Edge (VSE) platform to deploy the only carrier-grade mobile offload network on the African continent to deliver affordable connectivity, save on costly spectrum, and improve the customer experience, the company said.
As part of the collaboration, Myeloma UK will support scientists at the Structural Genomics Consortium to generate biology data and open access research tools to explore potential drug targets, and link Myeloma UK clinical and pre-clinical experts into the Structural Genomics Consortium's open access network. This project reinforces the early-stage component of the Myeloma UK research pipeline, which extends into phase II clinical trials.
Being unable to sustain an open access network, it is now looking for a company to take control of the infrastructure and manage it independently.
The open access network will lead to faster communication and Internet speeds for consumers and commercial businesses, creating the first true Gigabit City in the state of Texas.
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