Demarcation Sample Clauses

Demarcation i. A Joint Technical Border Commission (Commission) composed of the two Parties shall be established to conduct the technical demarcation of the border in accordance with this Article. The procedures governing the work of this Commission are set forth in Annex X.
Demarcation. Where demarcation issues arise, work will continue as directed by management, subject to observance by them of Rule 12, until the issue is decided by the NJIC or the Demarcation Tribunal of the ICTU.
Demarcation. The IPCC Network Routing Architecture (see Attachment 1) identifies the IPCC Network components covered by this SLA. The demarcation points of this SLA are defined as the Verizon VoIP Network Gateways (Inbound) and the Verizon Gateways (Outbound) for TDM-terminated calls, and the Verizon VoIP Network Gateways (Inbound) and Session Border Controllers (Outbound) for TDM-to-IP-terminated calls. Associated originating and terminating Network infrastructure, such as Network switching and access facilities, are not covered by this SLA.
Demarcation. Work can be undertaken by anyone at Newcastle Newspapers Pty Ltd provided they are competent to perform it, and it is performed in a legal, logical and safe manner.
Demarcation. (a) A Joint Technical Border Commission (Commission) composed of the two Parties shall be established to conduct the technical demarcation of the border in accordance with this
Demarcation. All parties to this Agreement agree that any demarcation issues on the site will not affect the day to day running of the site, and any demarcation issues will be resolved by negotiation of all parties to this Agreement. If unable to be resolved, it will be referred to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission or State Industrial Relations Commission, whichever is relevant, but all work will continue on site as before until the issue is resolved.
Demarcation. Where demarcation issues arise work shall not continue until the issue is decided by a Sub-Committee of the Joint Industrial Council, which shall decide the issue within a stipulated period.
Demarcation. The service demarcation is the end point of the Rogers network where the Customer will connect to the Optical Wavelength Services. The demarcation point will be a fibre patch panel with SC bulkhead fibre connectors located in the “meet me room” or the Customer’s premise. The service demarcation point will be agreed to mutually by both parties. The fibre patch panel demarcation point will permit easy Customer connection with the ability to create manual loopback testing to demonstrate circuit quality. The demarcation point shall not be more than seven (7) meters from the point of entry into the Customer’s premise. If the demarcation point is greater than seven (7) meters, additional installation charges will apply. Optical Wavelength circuits will be tested to ensure that they are operating in accordance with their Service Level Agreement. Any exceptions to the proposed demarcation point must be identified in writing by the Customer and approved by Rogers.