Corporate filings from the US telecommunications giant Tungsten Networks Corporation show the company will soon become known as “TNT” instead of the more commonly known name “Tungstense.”
The filing shows the company plans to transition to a new name in a year’s time.
The company is planning to name the new name after the popular cable television channel “TNN.”
The new name will be “TUNGSTEN.”
Tungsten is the name of the network that TNN is owned by.
TNN was created in 2010 by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
In the filing, TNT Network said that the name change would provide the company with a “unique, unique brand.”
TNN has about 1.3 million subscribers in the US, according to its website.
“We are proud to be part of a global industry that has grown by leaps and bounds,” the filing said.
The company also said the new branding would align with the company’s commitment to transparency.”
TNGN is a new brand and we have a new focus, so this is the next step.”
The company also said the new branding would align with the company’s commitment to transparency.
TungSTEN is a brand created by TungSTENSE, a group of independent telecommunications companies, in 2010, the filing showed.
Tung STENSE, or TungStense, is the first privately-held company to be named the Tung-STENSE Network Corporation.
TNGN was founded in 2010 and has more than 5,000 employees, including 3,500 employees in North America.