It also allows the IT department to implement and support critical business initiatives, regardless of the primary network access method.
What does NAM stand for?
NAM stands for Network Access Method
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 149 other meanings of NAM in our Acronym Attic
- National Army Museum (United Kingdom)
- National Assembly Member (various nations)
- National Association of Manufacturers
- National Atomic Museum (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
- National Automobile Museum
- Naval Aircraft Modification (US Navy)
- Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal
- Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij
- Net Availability Margin
- Network Access Machine
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With thousands of locations, multiple network access methods, and critical business applications to manage, Regis is an ideal customer for Spacenet and our Prysm Pro appliance.
Supported by diversifEye, Shenick has strongly positioned itself as a triple play test vendor with a focus on next-generation IP digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAM) and other triple play network access methods such as FTTH and edge node devices, which are emerging as the key components for application convergence and even fixed and mobile networking.
Ethernet and Token Ring are the two most commonly used network access methods, although some newer methods use a combination of the two.
In the LTE era, users are faced with the choice of a variety of network access methods, and need to select the most economical mobile network access without impacting their mobile device experience.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100621/SF23611LOGO) In today's enterprise networking environment, wireless will be increasingly treated as the primary network access method, as its raw performance exceeds Fast Ethernet.
Currently serving customers with locations in more than 35 countries, Virtela connects businesses with their branch offices, remote workers and corporate partners worldwide, regardless of network access method.
The company's family of RADIUS/AAA and WLAN security products allow an organization to enforce a uniform security policy across all network access methods, including WLAN, remote/VPN, dial, and identity-based (wired 802.