x, Netscape Enterprise Server, and Netscape LADP Server 3.
What does NES stand for?
NES stands for Netscape Enterprise Server (Netscape Communications Corporation)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 287 other meanings of NES in our Acronym Attic
- National Exploitation System
- National Export Strategy
- NATO Electronic Warfare Support Measures System
- Natural and Environmental Sciences
- Natural Environment Study
- Navy Enlisted Personnel System
- Navy Exchange Services
- Navy Experimenting Station
- Near-Earth Space
- Net External Sales (German: Nettofremdumsatz)
- Network Edge Solutions (software solutions that reside at the point of interface)
- Network Element Synthesis (Alactel)
- Network Element System (Sprint)
- Network Enabled Server
- Network Enabled Solution (Cisco)
- Network Encryption System
- Network Event Summary
- Never Ending Story
- Never Ever Sleep (gaming)
- New Egypt Speedway (New Jersey)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For customers building applications that leverage the wealth of information stored in corporate databases, Netscape also announced Netscape Enterprise Server 3.
1 technologies, and runs on all major Web servers, including Microsoft IIS, Netscape Enterprise Server, iPlanet Web Server and Apache Web Server.
Formerly known as Netscape Enterprise Server, the new offering is the optimal foundation for a successful Web strategy, meeting the escalating needs of enterprises and service providers competing in the Net Economy.
Our Netscape Enterprise Server customers have seen the nFast/300 increase the number of secure SSL customer connections to their server by 20 times or more," said Richard Kosinski, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales & Marketing, nCipher, Inc.
01 or Web serving applications using Netscape Enterprise Server 4.
Seamless integration with Netscape Enterprise Server makes it possible to install the card in an existing server without any modification to the Web sites hosted by the server.