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ESA

(ee -să) Abbrev. for European Space Agency.

ESA

(architecture)
Enterprise Systems Architecture.

ESA

(body)
European Space Agency.

ESA

(1) (Enterprise Services Architecture) See enterprise SOA.

(2) (Enterprise System Architecture) An IBM mainframe brand. See ESA/370 and ESA/390.
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