Interconnection Facility Options Sample Clauses

Interconnection Facility Options. The Intercarrier Compensation provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the exchange of Exchange Service (EAS/Local) traffic between CLEC's network and Qwest's network. Where either Party acts as an IntraLATA Toll provider, each Party shall xxxx the other the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariff or price lists. Where either Party interconnects and delivers traffic to the other from third parties, each Party shall xxxx such third parties the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariffs, price lists or contractual offerings for such third party terminations. Absent a separately negotiated agreement to the contrary, the Parties will directly exchange traffic between their respective networks without the use of third party transit providers.
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Interconnection Facility Options. 7.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and CLEC's network for the purpose of exchanging Exchange Service (EAS/Local traffic), IntraLATA LEC Toll and Jointly Provided Switched Access traffic. Intercarrier traffic exchange will be mutual and reciprocal and all traffic exchanged between the Parties must be provisioned pursuant to this Agreement. A Party that has interconnected or gained access under sections 251 (a) (1), 251 (c)(2), or 251 (c)(3) of the Act, may offer information services through the same arrangement, so long as it is offering Telecommunications Services through the same arrangement(s) as well. Enhanced or information service providers (providers or “Information Services” as that term is defined in 47 U.S.C. § 153 (20)) that do not also provide domestic or international telecommunications are not Telecommunications Carriers as defined by the Act and thus may not interconnect under this Agreement. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any Technically Feasible point within its network, including but not limited to, (i) the Line Side of a local Switch (i.e., local switching); (ii) the Trunk Side of a local Switch, (iii) the trunk connection points for a Tandem Switch, (iv) Central Office Cross Connection points, (v) out-of-band Signaling Transfer Points necessary to exchange traffic at these points and access call-related databases, and (vi) points of access to Unbundled Network Elements. Section 9 of this Agreement describes Interconnection at points (i), (iv), (v), and (vi), although some aspects of these Interconnection points are described in Section 7. "Interconnection" is as described in the Act and refers, in this Section of the Agreement, to the connection between networks for the purpose of transmission and routing of Telephone Exchange Service traffic and IntraLATA LEC Toll traffic at points (ii) and (iii) described above. Interconnection, which Qwest currently names "Local Interconnection Service" (LIS), is provided for the purpose of connecting End Office Switches to End Office Switches or End Office Switches to local or Access Tandem Switches for the exchange of Exchange Service (EAS/Local traffic); or End Office Switches to Access Tandem Switches for the exchange of IntraLATA LEC Toll or Jointly Provided Switched Access traffic. Qwest Tandem Switch to CLEC Tandem Switch connections will be provided where Technically Feasible. New or continued Qwest local Tandem Switch to Qwest Access Tandem Switch and Q...
Interconnection Facility Options. 7.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and CLEC's network for the purpose of exchanging Exchange Service (EAS/Local traffic), Exchange Access (IntraLATA Toll) and Jointly Provided Switched Access (InterLATA and IntraLATA) traffic. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any Technically Feasible point within its network, including but not limited to, (i) the Line Side of a local Switch (i.e., local switching); (ii) the Trunk Side of a local Switch, (iii) the trunk connection points for a Tandem Switch, (iv) Central Office Cross Connection points, (v) out-of-band Signaling Transfer Points necessary to exchange traffic at these points and access call-related databases, and (vi) points of access to Unbundled Network Elements. Section 9 of this Agreement describes Interconnection at points (i), (iv), (v), and (vi), although some aspects of these Interconnection points are described in Section 7. "Interconnection" is as described in the Act and refers, in this Section of the Agreement, to the connection between networks for the purpose of transmission and routing of Telephone Exchange Service traffic and Exchange Access traffic at points (ii) and (iii) described above. Interconnection, which Qwest currently names "Local Interconnection Service" (LIS), is provided for the purpose of connecting End Office Switches to End Office Switches or End Office Switches to local or Access Tandem Switches for the exchange of Exchange Service (EAS/Local traffic); or End Office Switches to Access Tandem Switches for the exchange of Exchange Access (IntraLATA Toll) or Jointly Provided Switched Access traffic. Qwest Tandem Switch to CLEC Tandem Switch connections will be provided where Technically Feasible. New or continued Qwest local Tandem Switch to Qwest Access Tandem Switch and Qwest Access Tandem Switch to Qwest Access Tandem Switch connections are not required where Qwest can demonstrate that such connections present a risk of Switch exhaust and that Qwest does not make similar use of its network to transport the local calls of its own or any Affiliate's End User Customers.
Interconnection Facility Options. The Intercarrier Compensation Provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the exchange of IntraMTA Traffic between WSP's network and Qwest's network. Where either Party interconnects and delivers traffic to the other from third parties, each Party shall xxxx such third parties the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariffs, price lists or contractual offerings for such third party terminations. Absent a separately negotiated agreement to the contrary, the Parties will directly exchange traffic between their respective networks without the use of third party transit providers.
Interconnection Facility Options. 7.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and CLEC's network for the purpose of exchanging Exchange Service (EAS/Local traffic), Exchange Access (IntraLATA Toll) and Jointly Provided Switched Access (InterLATA and IntraLATA) traffic. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any technically feasible point within its network, including but not limited to, (i) the line-side of a local switch (i.e., local switching); (ii) the trunk side of a local switch, (iii) the trunk connection points for a tandem switch, (iv) central office cross-connection points, (v) out-of-band signaling transfer points necessary to exchange traffic at these points and access call-related databases, and (vi) points of access to unbundled network elements. The Unbundled Network Elements Section of this Agreement describes Interconnection at points (i), (iv), (v), and (vi), although some aspects of these Interconnection points are described in the Interconnection Section of this Agreement. "
Interconnection Facility Options. 6.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and VZW's network for the purpose of exchanging IntraMTA, InterMTA, and Wireless Switched Access Traffic. Intercarrier traffic exchange will be mutual and reciprocal and all traffic exchanged between the Parties must be provisioned pursuant to this Agreement. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any technically feasible point within Qwest’s network, including but not limited to, (i) the trunk side of a local Switch and (ii) the trunk connection points for a Tandem Office Switch. “
Interconnection Facility Options. The Intercarrier Compensation Provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the exchange of IntraMTA Traffic between VZW's network (which includes VZW’s End User Customers and IntraMTA Roamers on the VZW network in Utah) and Qwest's network. Where either Party interconnects and delivers traffic to the other Party from third parties, each Party shall bill such third parties the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariffs, price lists or contractual offerings for such third party terminations. Absent a separately negotiated agreement to the contrary, the Parties will exchange traffic between their respective networks without the use of third party transit provider.
Interconnection Facility Options. 7.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and CLEC's network for the purpose of mutual transfer of Exchange Service (EAS/Local) traffic, Exchange Access (IntraLATA Toll) traffic and the exchange of local Transit Traffic and Jointly Provided Switched Access (InterLATA Traffic and IntraLATA Toll Traffic) traffic. If both Parties do not intend to originate and terminate Exchange Service (EAS/Local) traffic to and from the other, then Section 7 of this agreement does not apply. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any Technically Feasible point within its network, including but not limited to, (i) the line-side of a local Switch (i.e., local switching); (ii) the Trunk Side of a local Switch, (iii) the trunk connection points for a tandem Switch, (iv) Central Office Cross Connection points, (v) out-of-band Signaling Transfer Points necessary to exchange traffic at these points and access Call-Related Databases, and (vi) points of access to Unbundled Network Elements. Interconnection at the foregoing points is provided for in Sections 7 and 9 of this Agreement. "
Interconnection Facility Options. 7.1.1 This Section describes the Interconnection of Qwest's network and CLEC's network for the purpose of exchanging Exchange Service (EAS/Local) traffic, IntraLATA LEC Toll and Jointly Provided Switched Access (InterLATA and IntraLATA) traffic. Qwest will provide Interconnection at any Technically Feasible point within its network, including but not limited to,
Interconnection Facility Options. The Reciprocal Compensation provisions of this Agreement shall apply to the exchange of Exchange Service (EAS/Local) traffic between CLEC's network and Qwest's network. Where either Party acts as an IntraLATA Toll provider, each Party shall xxxx the other the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariff or price lists. In states where such tariff and price lists are not allowed to be filed with the Commission, CLEC will charge its appropriate standard rates. Where either Party interconnects and delivers traffic to the other from third parties, each Party shall xxxx such third parties the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective tariffs, price lists or contractual offerings for such third party terminations. Absent a separately negotiated agreement to the contrary, the Parties will directly exchange traffic between their respective networks without the use of third party transit providers.