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FSN

(Full-Service Network) A communications network that provides shopping, movies on demand and access to databases and a variety of interactive services.
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In the end, retaining a full-service network services provider from the start is the best bet.
Layer 3 Technologies is a full-service network solutions provider specializing in the design and deployment of infrastructure and security solutions.
Full-service network integration and technology solutions include managed and project services for wireless systems, virtual private networks, local area networks, voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), network management, server/desktop installation and implementation, structured distribution, and support.
Idealstor, a leading manufacturer of ejectable disk-to-disk backup solutions, has announced that MR2 Solutions, a full-service network integration firm providing professional consulting support and outsourcing services, has joined the company's growing network of reseller business partners.
It is a full-service network carrier and, as one of the world's longest established airlines, it continues to be regarded as an industry leader.
offers a full-service network of accomplished insurance specialists with the experience necessary to help customers choose the right insurance products.
Advanced Technical Solutions (ATS), based near Charleston, West Virginia, is a full-service network integrator providing a comprehensive suite of professional solutions for high-performance networking and IP-based networked storage solutions.
Brooks, president of the full-service network of experienced investment professionals.
With 2003 revenues of $40 million and 60 employees, NBG has a proven track record of providing full-service network integration services, specializing in security, LAN/WAN and remote access solutions for Fortune 500 companies.
Backed by the vast resources of Roadway's full-service network, the engineering services group's capabilities include:
The demonstration represents a full-service network with content delivered from three sources: a video headend, a data/telephony gateway and a "local content" server.