DCGS-N uses an ashore Enterprise Point of Presence, accessible to all users via a Web interface, to facilitate sharing and receiving information with mission partners in a Web-enabled, network-centric, joint-interoperable enterprise.
What does E-POP stand for?
E-POP stands for Enterprise Point of Presence (network platform)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
We have 7 other meanings of E-POP in our Acronym Attic
- Evaluation for Prognosis with Averaged PASI (Psoriasis Area and Severity Index)
- Electronic Parity
- [not an acronym] Pre-Paid, Electronic Toll Payment Method for Toll Roads and Bridges (Florida)
- E-Protection of Appliances through Secure and Trusted Access
- Entrepreneurship and Planning Admission Test
- Enhancement Mode Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor
- Electronic Public Inspection File
- Enhanced Partnership in Northern Europe (US State Department)
- Estimate Pilot-Only Receiver
- Electronic Provincial Offence Notices
- Electronic People (UK)
- Esophoria at Near (read 'e-prime' or E')
- Electronically Programmable Read-Only Memory
- Enhanced Physical Uplink Channel (computer networking)
- Electronic Questionnaire for Investigations Processing (US OPM)
- Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (US OPM)
- Electronic Questionnaire for Investigation Processing (US FEMA)
- Enhanced Radio Access Bearer
- Extended-Range Electric Vehicle
Samples in periodicals archive:
Each enterprise Point of Presence (ePOP(TM)) site includes a Cisco-powered multi-service switch platform based on BPX(TM) 8600 and MGX(TM) 8850 IP+ATM multi-service switches.