ILEC Sample Clauses

ILEC. Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier, which includes Southern New England Telephone Company and The Woodbury Telephone Company, and the BOCs listed above. InterLATA telecommunications service - the offering of telecommunications for a fee directly to the public, between a point located in a local access and transport area (LATA) and a point located outside that LATA. In-region interLATA telecommunications service of a BOC - interLATA telecommunication service of a BOC that originates in a state where a BOC is the incumbent provider of local exchange and exchange access services (i.e., in-region). SBC’s in-region states are Arkansas, California, Kansas, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. (Connecticut is deemed to be an out-of-region state for purposes of interLATA telecommunications services but in-region for purposes of advanced services.) Information service - generally speaking, the offering of a capability for generating, acquiring, storing, transforming, processing, retrieving, utilizing or making available information via telecommunications. The term encompasses each service that the FCC previously considers to be an “enhanced service.” InterLATA information service - any information service which incorporates as a necessary, bundled element an interLATA telecommunications transmission component, provided to the customer for a single charge. RESTRICTEDPROPRIETARY INFORMATION The information contained herein is for use by authorized employees of AT&T, Amdocs and their Affiliated Companies only, and is not for general distribution within those companies or for distribution outside those companies except by written agreement. Agreement Number 02026713.A.005 InterLATA information service of a BOC - an interLATA information service in which a BOC provides the interLATA telecommunications transmission component either over its own facilities or by reselling the interLATA telecommunications services of an interexchange carrier. Manufacturing - the design, development, and fabrication of telecommunications equipment and customer premises equipment (CPE), including the development of firmware or software integral to the functioning of telecommunications equipment or CPE. This does not include design and development of applications software, or provision of generic requirements and functional specifications to manufacturers. It also does not include research related to manufacturing, close collaboration with manuf...
ILEC agrees to work cooperatively with CLEC to provide Network Elements that will meet CLEC's needs in providing services to its customers. Unless otherwise designated by CLEC, each Network Element and the interconnections between Network Elements provided by ILEC to CLEC shall be made available to CLEC on a priority basis that is equal to or better than the priorities that ILEC provides to itself, ILEC's own customers, to an ILEC Affiliate or to any other entity.

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  • COVID-19 (a) Each of CCI and the CCI Subsidiaries has complied with all applicable mandatory public health mandates announced by Governmental Authorities to address COVID-19, including the COVID-19 Measures, in all material respects.

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  • Interconnection Customer Provided Services The services provided by Interconnection Customer under this LGIA are set forth in Article 9.6 and Article 13.5.1. Interconnection Customer shall be paid for such services in accordance with Article 11.6.

  • Operational Support Systems <<customer_name>> shall pay charges for Operational Support Systems (OSS) as set forth in this Agreement in Attachment 1 and/or in Attachments 2, 3 and 5, as applicable.

  • Interconnection Service Interconnection Service allows the Interconnection Customer to connect the Large Generating Facility to the Participating TO’s Transmission System and be eligible to deliver the Large Generating Facility’s output using the available capacity of the CAISO Controlled Grid. To the extent the Interconnection Customer wants to receive Interconnection Service, the Participating TO shall construct facilities identified in Appendices A and C that the Participating TO is responsible to construct. Interconnection Service does not necessarily provide the Interconnection Customer with the capability to physically deliver the output of its Large Generating Facility to any particular load on the CAISO Controlled Grid without incurring congestion costs. In the event of transmission constraints on the CAISO Controlled Grid, the Interconnection Customer's Large Generating Facility shall be subject to the applicable congestion management procedures in the CAISO Tariff in the same manner as all other resources.