CIRCUITS Sample Clauses

CIRCUITS. Telstrat Engage makes cloud based call recording a reality and provides on demand and full- service call recording features in a datacenter environment. Oaisys provides easy-to-use, practical and affordable call recording solutions in support of regulatory compliance and quality monitoring requirements. DVS Analytics enhances Call Center performance with innovative Workforce Optimization Software in the Cloud or on Premise. Enterprise System is a leading provider of circuits and represents companys such as TW Telecom, AT&T, CBeyond, Level3, XO, Time Windstream and more. CIRCUITS Enterprise Systems National Line Card - 2016 Enterprise Systems Your Technology Partner Technology Solutions. Delivered. The Enterprise Systems DifferenceHeadquartered in Houston with Full Service Operations in Charlotte NC, Baton Rouge LA and Toronto, Ontario Canada ➢ Consultant Approach delivers best overall solution from industry leading manufacturers. ➢ Experienced and Trusted Business Technology Partner ➢ Experts in integrating technologies in cloud and premise voice, wired and wireless networking, video, physical and network security. ➢ Certified Competencies: Communications Servers, Messaging Servers, Ethernet and Wireless Switching, Contact Center, Videoconferencing, Security Cameras, Access Control, Network Security and Structured Cabling ➢ Experienced Engineers who understand technology, now and into the future The Enterprise Systems Difference ➢ Started Houston up May of 2002 ➢ Opened Toronto branch in 2004—one of five Partners dual authorized by Nortel/Avaya for USA and Canada ➢ Opened Charlotte branch in 2007--by Nortel invitation ➢ Started out-shipping standard TDM endpoints with IP in 2008, long before competitor peers ➢ Opened Baton Rouge branch in 2009—awarded Superdome Networking refreshLicensed by the State of Texas for Security Cameras and Access Control The Enterprise Systems Difference ➢ Hosted and Premise Unified Communications ➢ Hosted and Premise Contact Center ➢ Core and Edge Data Networking ➢ Wireless Networking ➢ Infrastructure cabling ➢ Services ➢ Physical Security Solutions (Camera, Card Access etc) ➢ Network Security Solutions (Firewall, BYOD, SaaS) ➢ Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Support for Local and Nationwide Companies Enterprise Systems Manufacturer Partners Manufacturer Partners Enterprise Systems Unified Communications Unified Communications Communications Servers • Enterprise: Communications Manager, Aura Framework, CS1000, IPOffice •...
CIRCUITS. On or as soon as practicable after Closing, file with each of NTT, KDDI and Softbank (each a “Carrier”) a circuit owner change notification, in the form prescribed by each Carrier, specifying Newco as owner of the circuits used in the Transferred Business (excluding the circuits Seller uses to provide Newco with GS Services pursuant to the AT&T Global Master Carrier Agreement) as of the date of this Agreement as listed in Schedule 7.14(a), which list shall be updated as of Closing to reflect changes to circuits in the ordinary course of business between the date of this Agreement and Closing;
CIRCUITS. The questions presented are:
CIRCUITS. (a) Upon receiving an order for an End User Circuit, Jato will use commercially reasonable efforts to provision an End User Circuit in accordance with the timeframes set out in the order. If Jato is unable to provision a circuit at the requested speed, Jato will use commercially reasonable efforts to provide the maximum available throughput rate for the requested circuit. Jato will notify Partner when the circuit has been provisioned and the throughput rate available. If an End User Circuit cannot be provided by the requested date, or an alternate maximum available throughput rate is unacceptable, Partner may cancel the order without penalty. *** Text Omitted and Filed Separately Confidential Treatment Requested Under 17 C.F.R. Sections 200.80(b)(4), 200.83 and 240.24b-2
CIRCUITS. (a) Each of the original circuits established pursuant to paragraph 1 of the Annex to the Memorandum of Understanding, dated June 20, 1963, shall continue to be maintained and operated as part of the Direct Communications Link until such time, after the satellite communications circuits provided for herein become operational, as the agencies designated pursuant to paragraph III (hereinafter referred to as the "designated agencies") mutually agree that such original circuit is no longer necessary. The provisions of paragraph 7 of the Annex to the Memorandum of Understanding, dated June 20, 1963, shall continue to govern the allocation of the costs of maintaining and operating such original circuits.
CIRCUITS. The fabrication line to manufacture HTS rf circuits on wafers is not included in the Purchased Assets. Seller shall supply Buyer with processed, etched high quality HTS rf circuits ("Circuits") in accordance with the following: [
CIRCUITS. 12.1. Perform Circuits And Approach For Landing 13. LANDING 13.1. Normal Landing 13.2. Crosswind Landing 14. MISSED APPROACHES
CIRCUITS. A Circuit Resource Unit is measured by number of billed circuits.

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  • Local Switching 4.1.1 BellSouth shall provide non-discriminatory access to local circuit switching capability, and local tandem switching capability, on an unbundled basis, except as set forth below in Section to <<customer_name>> for the provision of a telecommunications service. BellSouth shall provide non-discriminatory access to packet switching capability on an unbundled basis to <<customer_name>> for the provision of a telecommunications service only in the limited circumstance described below in Section 4.4.

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  • Hardware Hardware shall conform to applicable requirements of the BOCA building code, and for fire rated doors and frames, with appropriate sections of Chapter 5 of ANSI/NFPA 101. Hardware shall be made to blueprint template and be furnished to door and frame manufacturer. Hardware shall be supplied through an architectural hardware consultant to properly handle, detail, and service hardware in a satisfactory manner. Hinges shall be provided with stainless steel pins, oil impregnated bronze bushings, or concealed ball bearing units. Swing out doors shall have non-removable pins. Suite entry locks shall be keyed alike with brass keys, interchangeable cores and weatherproof if exterior environment. Exterior locksets shall be heavy-duty cylindrical type with a minimum 2-3/4” back set and 9/16” throw latchbolt. All lock cylinders shall be Schlage, “EXT D53PD RHO 626”, and must be designed or protected so they cannot be grasped by any wrenching device. All door handles shall be of heavy duty level type, except to hazardous areas. Cylinder cores and keys shall be provided by the Owner/ Lessor. Door stops shall be wall mounted with wood blocking, per division 6. Exit devices shall be steel (dull chrome US26D finish), and be UL approved. Devices required on fire-rated doors shall be UL listed as fire exit hardware. Outside trim shall be fastened by means of concealed lugs and through-bolts to the active case. All exterior doors shall be equipped with closers. Door closers shall have key valves for back check, speed, and latching. Degree of opening shall be maximum possible without causing interference or damage to door or trim. Exterior closers shall be lockable in the full-open position. Closers shall be fastened to doors with sex bolts. Hinged exterior doors, except fire doors, shall require no more than 8-½” lbs. of force for opening or closing. Fire doors shall have the minimum opening force required by the fire marshal. All lockable interior doors shall have lever action Schlage AL Series or Best hardware. A keying plan for interior door locks will be furnished by the State with the systems furnishings block plan. The Owner/Lessor shall supply 2 keys per lock, and 4 master keys. Individual offices, storage rooms, individual restrooms, conference and hearings rooms shall be lockable by a twist button on room side, and unlockable by key on corridor side or untwist of room side locking button. All toilet room doors shall be provided with door closers and ball bearing type hinges. All mechanical door closers on interior doors shall be operated by a maximum lateral force of 5 lbs. pressure as measured at the door handle or push plate. All entry doors shall be equipped with Gyro Tech System 500 electric push button operators for the handicapped. Operator push switch plates shall be of 6-1/4” diameter with embossed wheelchair symbol. All double doors at entrances shall be equipped with a tamper-proof astragal, and have vertical deadbolts at the top and bottom of each door (verify with local fire marshal requirements). Security room door and frame shall be steel with heavy-duty hardware to include interior hinges, or hinges with non-removable pins, and be separately keyed with no master key control. Owner/Lessor to supply two (2) keys. Provide and install construction locks in cylinder cores on all exterior doors. Convert to cores for State use within 1 day after building control has been turned over to the State.