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What is a VDN?

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I've heard of a CDN (Content Delivery Network) but what is a VDN?
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_directory_number

A vector directory number (VdN) is an extension on an automatic call distributor that directs an incoming call to a "vector"—a user-defined sequence of functions that may be performed, such as routing the call to a destination, giving a busy signal, or playing a recorded message.[1] This number is a "soft" extension number not assigned to an equipment location. VDNs must be set up according to the customer's dial plan and the optional vectoring software must be enabled.
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It kind of depends the context its used in - my guess is since you asked about CDN, it would stand for Video Delivery Network
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As the expert above me noted it could also stand for vector directory numbers - although I would assume in the case of networks you would be referring to vector defined networks (used with vector directory numbers)
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VDN is an acronym.
Check out the possibilities:
http://www.acronymfinder.com/VDN.html
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