The new Panasonic Digital Networking Laboratory and the Panasonic Standardization and Collaboration Center will be based here in Silicon Valley, enhancing Panasonic's technology presence in the world capital of digital networking innovation.
What does PDNL stand for?
PDNL stands for Panasonic Digital Networking Laboratory (Panasonic Technologies, Inc; Princeton, NJ)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PDNL
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- Perth-Darwin National Highway (Australia)
- Personal Domain Name Holders Association (internet governance group)
- Paso Del Norte Health Foundation (El Paso, Texas)
- Please Do Not Interrupt
- Pharmacoepidemiological Prescription Database of North Jutland (Denmark)
- Problem Description and Needs Justification
- Plymouth and District Netball League (UK)
- Purushotam Dass Niranjan Lal (India)
- Paso Del Norte Literacy Council
- Parallel Distributed Neural Network
- Position Dependent Nearest Neighbor (molecular biology)
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- Private Data Network Operator (Kenya)
- Public Data Network Operator (Communications Commission of Kenya)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Technical Architect, Industry Standards Program Office, Hewlett-Packard Company -- George Arnold, Vice President of Standards and Intellectual Property (Retired), Lucent Technologies -- Chuck Powers, Director of Standards Strategy, Motorola -- Robert Fish, Director, Panasonic Digital Networking Laboratory, Panasonic (Matsushita Electric) -- Peter Linnert, Corporate Technology, Standardization and Regulation, Siemens -- Phil Wennblom, Director of Corporate Standards, Intel -- James Williamson, Vice President, Technology Standards Office, Sony Electronics, Inc.