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What does MONET stand for?
MONET stands for Mobile Internet
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Massachusetts Organization of Nurse Executives
- Mastiffs of New England (dogs)
- Michigan Organization of Nurse Executives
- Ministry of National Economy (Oman)
- Ministry of National Education (Turkey)
- Monsoon Numerical Experimentation Group
- Marché des Options Négociables de Paris
- Ministry of National Education and Sport (Poland)
- Molecular Nonthermal Excitation Spectrometry
- Montreal Ottawa New Emerging Team (clinical study; Canada)
- Multi-Wavelength Optical Network
- Money Exchange
- Monsoon Experiment
- Matter Organic Non-Glycerol
- Museum of Our National Heritage (now National Heritage Museum)
- Ministry of National and Higher Education (Morocco)
- Monitoring of Trends and Determinants in Cardiovascular Disease (WHO study)
- Motilal Nehru Institute of Research Business Administration (India)
- Mini Cooper Owners of New Jersey
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We are committed in bringing the tremendously popular i-mode service to Singaporeans, complete with corresponding i-mode handsets such as those from NEC, to deliver i-mode's unique predictable and user-friendly experience for an unparalleled mobile Internet experience with just one click.
Parthus Technologies plc (Nasdaq: PRTH) (LSE: PRH), a developer of semiconductor intellectual property for the mobile Internet market, has announced the launch of MobiStream, one of the industry's most advanced GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) platforms combining the highest data rates and integrated multimedia in one of the industry's lowest baseband power consumption solutions, at the 2001 GSM World Congress in Cannes, France.