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What does EN stand for?

EN stands for Enterprise Network

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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LEAGUE CITY, Texas -- ERF Wireless (OTCBB:ERFW), a provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that its ERF Enterprise Network Services subsidiary has completed an encrypted wireless financial network for Iberville Bank of Louisiana that interconnects the bank's 12 locations in 11 cities.
LEAGUE CITY, Texas -- Mike Moehle Named Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales for ERF Wireless' Enterprise Network Services Subsidiary ERF Wireless (OTCBB:ERFW), a leading provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that Mike Moehle has joined its Enterprise Network Services subsidiary as Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
LEAGUE CITY, Texas -- ERF Wireless (OTCBB:ERFW), a leading provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that its ERF Enterprise Network Services division will be exhibiting at the 3rd Annual Technology in Banking Conference sponsored by the Texas Bankers Association (TBA) January 18-20, 2006, at the Marriott Plaza San Antonio Hotel.
The design of this expanded facility came from a set of requirements to have dual fail-safe monitoring centers with satellite backup to provide next-generation network failover capability to the growing regional banking business that's handled by the Enterprise Network Services subsidiary of ERF Wireless.
LEAGUE CITY, Texas -- ERF Wireless (OTCBB:ERFW), a provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that ERF Enterprise Network Services, its wholly owned subsidiary, has contracted with Iberville Bank of Louisiana to install a secure 20Mbps enterprise-class wireless banking network to interconnect its 12 locations in 10 cities.