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ESN

(Electronic Serial Number) A 32-bit number that uniquely identifies a CDMA mobile device. The ESN was replaced with the mobile equipment ID (see MEID).
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ESN will provide critical voice and broadband data services with appro-priate coverage, public safety functionality as well as appropriate security, resilience and availability.
This first step in the MPSs wider adoption of ESN places us in the vanguard of users addressing control room readiness and we look forward to working collaboratively with Frequentis towards a successful project delivery".
Deloitte's Stewart says there is considerable interest in the nexus of ESNs and gamification.
Our research suggests a well-implemented ESN would see 30 to 40 percent of employees using it on a monthly basis and 10 to 20 percent weekly," he says.
The ESNS division is also in the process of developing a SAN suite, which is due to open in October of 2001.
The ESNS division comprises a high percentage of technical staff, enabling Avnet Hall-Mark to offer comprehensive technical support to its customers across all vendor lines.
EMC is a registered trademarks and EMC Enterprise Storage Network and ESN are trademarks of EMC Corporation.
EMC's ESN is supporting both UOL's business-to-business and business-to-consumer applications, including web content, web hosting, electronic mail, and audio- and video-on-demand.
EMC and Symmetrix are registered trademarks and EMC Enterprise Storage, EMC Enterprise Storage Network, ESN, CLARiiON and Celerra are trademarks of EMC Corporation.
Icons represent the ESN components, such as heterogeneous switches and hubs, as well as storage systems and servers.
The entire structure of our network and systems is based on the premise mandated by the FCC more than a decade ago that each cellular phone must have a separate and distinct ESN," Samples said.
Billing systems and anti-fraud efforts are all based on this simple concept of one ESN per handset.