During a disaster, these resources and other assets like our MERIT hazardous materials team and our fleet of disaster recovery vehicles are deployed as needed to any location throughout the United States in support of local network operations requirements.
What does LNO stand for?
LNO stands for Local Network Operation (communication)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of LNO
We have 18 other meanings of LNO in our Acronym Attic
- Lads Night Out
- Last Ninja Online (forum)
- Late Night Option
- Latvijas Nacionala Opera (Latvian National Opera)
- Lawndale Neighborhood Organization
- Liaison Office
- Liaison Officer
- Like No Other
- Limited Nuclear Option/s
- Linuxnewbie.org (a website about Linux for newbies)
- Local News Only
- Localized Natural Orbital
- Liberty Names of America Inc.
- Like New Original Box
- Libyan National Oil Corporation (more commonly seen as NOC)
- Lithuanian National Olympic Committee (est. 1924)
- Local Network Operations Center
- Lakeshore Northeast Ohio Computer Association
- Learning Network of Clinton County (Indiana)
- Last Night of Freedom
Samples in periodicals archive:
Physical facilities will be built at each location to house the infrastructure required to equip a carrier class internet data centre (IDC) and a local network operations centre (NOC).
The Local Network Operations Security Center updates all on-base computer systems with the latest anti-virus update patches, but there are still things that you can spot.
During a disaster, these resources and other assets like our MERIT hazmat team are deployed as needed to any location throughout the United States in support of local network operations requirements.
Establishing a local Network Operations Centre will allow the provision of a much higher level of customer services, especially the essential service support required for critical applications in key industries, such as the oil and industrial sectors.
Samuel Mezrahi, Regional Manager, IFX Networks, added: "IFX's regional and local network operations, managed by experienced logistics, technical, and customer service teams, are committed to timely respond to Copa Airlines' requirements, and meet its high expectations.
The facility includes a local Network Operations Center, 24x7 on-site technical staff and fully redundant power and environmental systems.
While at Qwest, Kelley was the senior leader for in-region local network operations, leading the largest employee group in the company and responsible for a broad range of network, data and telecommunications services for more than 25 million customers in 14 states.