23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Transworld Advertising Agency Network (TAAN) and the San Jose Network (SJN) have announced a global alliance that will share resources and expertise through the cooperative operations of both networks.
What does SJN stand for?
SJN stands for San Jose Network (est. 1991; marketing company)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 8 other meanings of SJN in our Acronym Attic
- Saint Joseph - Mount Sterling Hospital (Kentucky)
- South Jordan Middle School (South Jordan, UT)
- St John's Military School (Salina, KS)
- St. Johns Middle School (St. Johns, MI)
- Stonewall Jackson Middle School (various locations)
- Sun Java Messaging Server
- San José Men's Senior Baseball League (San José, CA)
- Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay)
- St Jude Mitral Valve Replacement
- San Jose Municipal Water System (California)
- San Juan (Puerto Rico)
- Scottsdale Job Network (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Shortest Job Next (scheduling algorithm)
- Social Justice Network
- St. John Neumann
- Stichting Jeugdinformatie Nederland (Dutch: Youth Information Foundation Netherlands)
- San Jose National Bank (San Jose, CA)
- Scottish Joint Negotiating Committee
- St. John Neumann Catholic Church (various locations)
- St. Joseph Notre Dame (high school; Alameda, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Launching the San Jose network allows us to bring Nth Net business-class Internet connectivity and other services to the San Jose metro area," said Craig Niemeyer, chief executive officer and president of Nth Air.
Brooks Fiber's San Mateo network will be 47 route miles in length and will extend from Palo Alto, the northern point of Brooks Fiber's existing San Jose network, north to San Mateo in a fully diverse SONET ring.
We are delighted that physicians with such distinguished reputations and recognized expertise have joined our growing San Jose network.
In addition to the San Jose network using Triton Network Systems' consecutive point 100 Mbps radios, ART currently owns and operates metropolitan area networks in Seattle, Portland, Ore.
ART's San Jose network is a Cisco Powered Network(TM) using Cisco routers as a backbone for the 100 percent Internet Protocol (IP) traffic.
During the Second Quarter of 1997, the company will open an additional Web site management facility on the West Coast of the United States near the San Jose Network Access Point.