Cisco Sample Clauses

Cisco com Access. Partner shall have partner-level access to the information and tools on the Cisco.com web site (previously referred to as "CCO"), provided Partner's use of such information is subject to the terms and conditions of Cisco.com (including, without limitation, Cisco’s software license terms associated with Partner’s downloading of any software from Cisco.com) and the Confidentiality obligations of this Agreement set forth in Section C.4 below;
Cisco com is Cisco’s suite of on-line services and information at http://www.cisco.com.
Cisco. The Parties acknowledge that the State has implemented an annual cisco quota for WI-1 and WI-2, applicable to state-licensed fishers and effective for each of the 2018, 2019 and 2020 calendar years. As currently established, such quota shall not exceed 15 percent of the most recent estimate of the biomass of cisco in Wisconsin waters of Lake Superior. The quota is subject to evaluation every three years. Based on this schedule, the quota shall either be renewed or revised with an effective date of January 1, 2021. To meet this deadline, the evaluation process will begin in 2019. The Tribes agree to participate in the evaluation of the cisco quota. Working cooperatively, the Parties agree to assess the current quota and make revisions as necessary. The Parties agree to implement the result of this process as a three-party quota, effective January 1, 2021. The Parties may additionally agree to the schedule by which the quota will be recalculated or revised in the future.
Cisco com means the Cisco website, currently located at www.cisco.com.
Cisco. Cisco Application Velocity System,http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6499/index.html.
Cisco. MITT will not consider transfer credit requests from unaccredited institutions or from institutions located outside of Canada.
Cisco. As between the parties, except as expressly and unambiguously licensed herein, Cisco retains ownership of and shall own all rights, title and interest (including all proprietary and intellectual property rights throughout the world) in and to the Cisco Patent, the Cisco Technology, all copies, improvements, modifications and derivative works (by whomever produced) thereof.
Cisco. Relevant URL: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/index.html Relevant Product Line: ASA, IronPort and SCECategory: Firewall, IDS, bandwidth shaping respectively DPI usage: Yes and moreUniversity References: unexploredDescription of Solution: The Cisco ASA 5505 Adaptive Security Appliance is a next-generation, full-featured security appliance for small business, branch office, and enterprise teleworker environments. The Cisco ASA 5505 delivers high-performance firewall, SSL and IPsec VPN, and rich networking services in a modular, "plug-and-play" appliance.The Cisco IronPort Web Security Appliance is a secure web gateway that combines acceptable-use- policy (AUP) controls, reputation filtering, malware filtering, data security, and application visibility and control on a single platform. The Cisco IronPort S-Series helps organizations address the growing challenges of both securing and controlling web traffic whether their employees are tethered to a corporate LAN or sitting in an airport on their smart-phones.Cisco SCE (Service Control Engine) provides ability to shape or block traffic. Their EasyApp can offer a ―Safe Internet Experience‖ by blocking unsuitable sites. H. This offers value to a campus with the ability to block specific URLs used for illegal downloads. (It can be as broad as a site, or specific as a download file location.)
Cisco. Catalyst 9300 48 Port Switches
Cisco. Seller shall be responsible for twenty-five percent (25%) (the "Seller Retained Portion") and Buyer shall be responsible for seventy-five percent (75%) of the net sales rebates that are due Cisco Systems, Inc. ("Cisco") under the settlement agreement between Cisco and the Company dated December 6, 2002 (the "Cisco Settlement Agreement"). Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company shall pay directly to Cisco all amounts that are owed to Cisco under the Cisco Settlement Agreement (including the Seller Retained Portion). At the end of each fiscal quarter during the year commencing on the Closing Date, the Company shall send to Seller an invoice for the Seller Retained Portion during such fiscal quarter together with documentation setting forth the calculation in reasonable detail of all rebate payments made pursuant to the Cisco Settlement Agreement, including the Seller Retained Portion, and evidence that all such payments were made in accordance with the Cisco Settlement Agreement. Seller shall pay such invoice at the time of the Seller's next check run, but in no event no later than fourteen (14) days of receipt of both the invoice and such evidence.