By taking a unique approach and providing creative solutions to long-standing challenges, we are enabling our customers - many of the most innovative companies in the world - to realize faster, higher quality deployments of both applications and application-aware networks.
What does AAN stand for?
AAN stands for Application-Aware Network (AT&T)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 97 other meanings of AAN in our Acronym Attic
- Activity Accounting Number
- AIDS-Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Associated Neutropenia
- Air Ambulance Network
- All About Nothing (gaming)
- All Area Network
- American Academy of Neurology
- American Academy of Nursing
- American Academy of Nutrition
- American Association of Nurserymen
- Annuaire de l'Afrique du Nord (French: North African Directory; publication)
- Archaeological Association of Nigeria
- Army After Next
- Asemblea Atlantico del Nord (North Atlantic Assembly; NATO)
- Assignment Action Number (US Air Force)
- Association of Alternative Newsweeklies
- Australian Association of Neurologists
- Allergy and Asthma Network / Mothers of Asthmatics
- Advance Account Number Authorization
- Alaska Nurses Association
- Alumni Association of North America
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recognition for Breakthrough Solution in Network and Application Performance Management BOSTON -- AppNeta, the industry leader in application-aware Network Performance Management, today announced that Network Products Guidehas named AppNeta winner of Best New IT Company of the Year in the 7th Annual 2012 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards.
On September 14, 2009, CA announced plans to acquire NetQoS, a provider of application-aware network performance management and monitoring software solutions.
The Application-Aware network has the ability to peer into the packet and to apply processing rules based on understanding its data format and content.
DataPower was founded in 1999 with the mission to enable message networking at Internet scale using application-aware network devices that operate on whole messages instead of packets.
DataPower's application-aware network devices are the most widely deployed among Global 1000 firms including ADP, BAE, Bell Canada, Booz Allen Hamilton, Cendant, CIBC, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Department of Defense, GFKL, The Hartford, Hemscott, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Leader Technologies, Navio, Northrop Grumman, Pfizer, Principal Financial, RouteOne, Royal Bank of Canada, RouteOne, UBS, U.
More than five years later, Eugene Kuznetsov is not only the original creator of XML-aware networking, but continues to lead DataPower as chairman and CTO while DataPower has become the most widely deployed provider of XML and application-aware network devices.
Event details include: --Server Blade Summit 2005 (Santa Clara, CA): Eugene Kuznetsov will lead the discussion on blade standards, XML Web services and the next generation of intelligent, application-aware networks.