STNCSome Things Never Change (Internet slang)
STNCSecurity Teams Net Crew
STNCSunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council (California)
STNCShort Term Non Continuing (employees)
STNCSpinal Trigeminal Nucleus Complex
STNCSpinal Trigeminal Nucleus Caudalis
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The next-generation data center launched by the cooperation of China Entercom and STNC is located in Baoshan, Shanghai with a total area of 14,000 square meters.
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The company is too modest to say so, but it could prove an ideal new partner for Symbian Ltd, now that the London company's its former UK micro-browser partner, STNC Ltd, has been snapped up by Microsoft Corp.
He was speaking after the company announced the acquisition of STNC, a small British firm whose technology the US software giant aims to use to help it provide Internet applications via mobiles.
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Microsoft has acquired STNC Ltd, a privately held and fast growing UK developer of client software for mobile phones, and a technology supplier to Symbian, the mobile operating system developer which Bill Gates last year branded as a "threat".
Symbian, an international joint venture working to develop standards for portable Internet hardware, has signed up Bury St Edmunds-based STNC to produce software that will enable next-generation smart devices to surf the web.
STNC Ltd says it has acquired a "ready-made team of developers" from Persimmon IT, a US developer of web server systems, which will enable the UK company to offer an end-to-end service to customers of its HitchHiker smartphone platform.
Symbian Ltd, the London-based wireless information device software company, says its arrangement with UK firm STNC Ltd for its web browsing technology will be unaffected by Symbian's recent deal with Milpitas, California-based Sun Microsystems Inc.
Internet software developer STNC's smart phone will run on the Windows CE operating system in addition to the Symbian platform, the Bury St Edmunds, UK-based firm has announced.