Calculation. Any figure or percentage referred to in this Agreement shall be carried to seven decimal places.
Calculation. PTD is determined by using 64-byte packets for measuring transit delay in milliseconds across the Verizon PIP Network and averaging the results over a thirty day period. PTD calculation is as follows: PTD = T2 – T1. Where: T1 is the time in milliseconds when an IP packet leaves the ingress reference point (i.e., Packet exit event) and T2 is the time in milliseconds when an IP packet arrives back at the ingress reference point (i.e. Packet return event) PE PTD is measured between the respective origination and destination infrastructure ports, i.e. between the points where the packet enters and exits Verizon’s PIP Network, regardless of the mode of access to Verizon’s PIP Network. External factors, including, but not limited to, Local Access issues, are excluded from the measurement.
Calculation. The prorations and payments shall be made on the basis of a written statement submitted to Buyer and Seller by Escrow Holder prior to the Close of Escrow and approved by Buyer and Seller. In the event any prorations or apportionments made under this subparagraph D shall prove to be incorrect for any reason, then any party shall be entitled to an adjustment to correct the same provided written notice of such inaccuracy and request for correction is given within six months after the date hereof. Any item which cannot be finally prorated because of the unavailability of information shall be tentatively prorated on the basis of the best data then available and reprorated when the information is available, but not later than six months after the date hereof.
Calculation. The FSA will be calculated as follows:
Calculation. The MAC Service Level Standard is calculated by computing the period of time beginning on the Order Acceptance date and ending on the date Verizon completes the order for the Service.
Calculation. Verizon calculates Frame Jitter by measuring the mean deviation of the difference in test frame spacing at the receiver compared to the sender for a pair of test frames, Verizon calculates the mean by sampling the Core Network frequently and averaging the results over a 30 calendar day period. The calculation for Frame Jitter "J (i)" for two consecutive frames i and i+1 is as follows: J (i) = DeltaT(i) – DeltaT(i') where T(i) = time 1st byte of frame (i) is received by the source port (ingress time) T(i+1) = time 1st byte of frame (i+1) is received by the source port (ingress time) T(i’) = time 1st byte of frame (i’) is received at the destination port (egress time) T(i+1’) = time 1st byte of frame (i+1’) is received at the destination port (egress time) and DeltaT(i) = T(i+1) – T(i) (DeltaT(i) is the time interval between frames at ingress) DeltaT(i’) = T(i+1’) – T(i’) (DeltaT(i’) is the time interval between frames at egress) The average jitter is calculated as follows: J = Sum J(i) /(N-1) where N is the number of measurement intervals over thirty (30) day period
Calculation. Availability is calculated after Customer opens a Priority 1 Trouble Ticket with Verizon and represents the percentage of time that the connection for E-Line EVC is available within a given calendar month except as specified below. Hard Outages for E-Line EVC provisioned with Off-Net Silver are handled as Priority 2 tickets and eligible for the Availability Service Level Standard. Availability (%) = (1 - (Total Eligible Hard Outage Minutes per connection for E-Line EVC per month / 43,200 minutes )) x 100
Calculation. MTTR is an average of the time taken to repair all Priority 1 Trouble Tickets generated by Customer on a specific connection for E-Line EVC except as specified below. Hard Outages for Off-Net Silver are handled as Priority 2 tickets and Eligible for MTTR. The duration of each Hard Outage on a specific E-Line EVC is totalled at the end of each calendar month and divided by the corresponding number of Hard Outages for that E-Line EVC . This is calculated from Trouble Tickets opened during that calendar month. MTTR per calendar month is calculated for Customer’s Service as follows: Cumulative length of Hard Outage(s) per E-Line EVC / Total number of Trouble Tickets per calendar month per E-Line EVC