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CNO

Abbreviation for:
Chief Nursing Officer, see there
community nursing organisation

CNO

Abbrev. for Chief Nursing Officer.
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In launching the ENTO program in 2003, Stratecast stated the following: "Some industry observers have suggested that enterprise networking is becoming a commodity market.
By leveraging the enormous capabilities of our new joint venture, 3Com intends to fundamentally change the playing field in the enterprise networking industry," said Bruce Claflin, 3Com president and chief executive officer, and Huawei-3Com chairman.
Leading enterprise networking companies, including Avaya, Blue Coat Systems, Crossbeam Systems, Extreme Networks, International Networks Services (INS), Hewlett Packard, Nortel Networks, ReefEdge and 3Com have already showed their support to Enterprise Networks 2004 by becoming sponsors of what is becoming the industry's next platform where networking professionals gather to discuss enterprise network architecture and design.
As Vice President and General Manager at 3Com overseeing the company's Switching Division for the LAN market, Tolwinski established both the market's leadership metrics and the company's position as the dominant provider of enterprise networking infrastructure.
Customers, analysts, and other industry leaders have all noted that vendors understand the need for highly-available enterprise networks, but have not actually substantiated the degree with which they can deliver them," said Patrick Liot, President, Alcatel Enterprise Networking.
For two full days June 2 - June 3, the 3rd Enterprise Networking & Services Conference (EntNet) @ SUPERCOMM developed by the IEEE Communications Society (COMSOC) will feature 50 speakers discussing various communications technology and operational barriers that commercial enterprises are facing during these challenging economic times.

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