This conversion will create a new world network that will offer the consumers around the globe the ability to access broadband data and voice services independent of device or network connection.
What does NWN stand for?
NWN stands for New World Network (cable company)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 22 other meanings of NWN in our Acronym Attic
- Nursing Workload Measurement System (healthcare)
- Northwest Minority Supplier Development Council (Tukwila, WA)
- National Waste Management Strategy Implementation (South Africa)
- Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, MO)
- North West Medical Team (various locations)
- Not Worth My Time
- Nuclear Weapons Maintenance Technician (military occupation)
- Northwest Medical Teams International, Inc. (Portland, OR)
- Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control Association
- Neverwinter Nights (computer game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
a provider of intelligent routing services over the Internet, and New World Network, Ltd.
With the cable landing in Panama, New World Network becomes the first company to provide the largest available bandwidth capacity to countries in Central America.
23 /PRNewswire/ - Global Light's affiliate, New World Network Holdings, Ltd.
owner of the company New World Network which operates the ARCOS (America's Region Caribbean Optical-ring System) Network, announced the signature of a contract with the Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogota (ETB) to increase its bandwidth and Internet capabilities in order to cover its customer needs in an efficient and effective manner.
New World Network will provide Cable & Wireless (WI) Ltd.
Columbus Communications, which acquired New World Network last September, funded the network expansion to accommodate its customers' demand for increased broadband capacity.
New World Network has access to the NAP's carrier-neutral connection point, where carriers and ISPs can establish bilateral and multilateral connections between and among their networks, and a host of managed services.