LTS Sample Clauses

LTS. LTS shall obtain and maintain during the term of this Agreement and thereafter liability insurance covering its activities under this Agreement at a level no lower than that set forth in Exhibit F, to the extent such coverage is available at terms and conditions not substantially more unfavorable than LTS’ present insurance coverage. LTS shall certify to NeurogesX each year of the extent of its insurance coverage, and shall promptly notify NeurogesX in the event its liability insurance covering its activities under this Agreement falls below the level set forth in Exhibit F.
LTS. Download and installation First download the tar archive corresponding to the desired version from ActiveMQ web site, extract it into a folder of your choice and then change the permission of the start-up script. You can move the tar file into your folder ([activemq install dir]) and run the following command from the terminal: $ cd [ a c t i v e m q i n s t a l l d i r ] / bin $ chmod 755 activemq $ t a r −xv z f apache−activemq −5.9.0− bin . t a r . gz Switch to folder [activemq install dir] and run ActiveMQ using the following commands: $ cd $ . / [ a c t i v e m q i n s t a l l activemq s t a r t d i r ] / bin You can now go to xxxx://xxxxxxxxx:0000/xxxxx to check the status of ActiveMQ. If ActiveMQ is ok you should see a page similar to Figure 24. Run the following command from the terminal to stop ActiveMQ: $ . / activemq stop Deployment into Tomcat 7 After installing ActiveMQ, it is possible to download the web console and deploy it into the webapps folder of Tomcat 7. Choose an ActiveMQ version from URL xxxx://xxxx0. 28Apache ActiveMQ - xxxx:// Figure 24: ActiveMQ web-console homepage and down- load the corresponding .war file (for example: activemq-web-console-5.9.0.war). You should also download the appropriate .jar (for example: activemq-all-5.9.0.jar). Copy the .war file into [TOMCAT HOME]/webapps folder and the .jar file into [XXX- CAT HOME]/lib folder. Now you can start Tomcat 7 with the following command and wait for the correct deploy- ment of the web applications: $ [TOMCAT HOME ] / bin / s t a r t u p . sh If the ActiveMQ web console was successfully deployed, you should see a message sim- ilar to the following: l o c a l −49790−1392715784927−0:1) s t a r t e d For help or more i n f o r m a t i o n please see : h t t p : / / activemq . apache . org . . .
LTS. Table 1 presents the performance of each group key agreement operation presented in millions of clock cycles. We state that the significant performance difference between the two generation of target processors is not only related to the improvements in micro-architecture design, but it is also because of extended arithmetic support, i.e. MULX and ADDX operations on Skylake processors. Based on the optimized results in [5, 8], we expect to achieve significant performance improvement by implementing target-specific finite field arithmetic in AMD assembly language. We leave the design of hardened and more optimized implementations for future work.
LTS. Exhibit E hereto contains a true and correct description of the insurance policies maintained by LTS as of the Effective Date and the exclusions applicable thereto. LTS shall, during the term of this Agreement and for such period thereafter as necessary to cover the insured risks, (a) use its Commercially Reasonable Efforts to maintain such insurance policies for coverage of LTS’ liabilities under this Agreement or obtain and maintain replacement insurance policies in amounts not less than the insurance policies maintained by LTS as of the Effective Date and subject to exclusions not broader than those to which the insurance policies maintained by LTS as of the Effective Date are subject and (b) take all necessary actions to secure coverage under such policies for its liabilities under this Agreement. LTS shall notify NuPathe promptly, in writing, of any material change to its insurance policies or coverage, other than an increase in limits of liability. At NuPathe’s request during the term of this Agreement or any renewal term, LTS shall provide NuPathe with Certificates of LTS’ then current insurance policies identified in this Section 10.2.
LTS. Please refer to Ubuntu documentation for the installation of the operating system. You can use a physical or virtual machine for installing Ubuntu, as done for example in the ForgetIT testbed. In the following we assume that you have installed Ubuntu and that you have access to the machine using either the root user or any user belonging to the sudo group. During the Ubuntu installation, it is advisable to include an OpenSSH server as additional software, mainly if you are installing DSpace in a virtual machine hosted by a remote server. Please note that in the instructions below, after the creation of the DSpace user, you need to start DSpace and apply any modifications to the DSpace configuration using this user only, who must also have writing permissions for all the directories used by DSpace. Configuration of Ubuntu From within a terminal, update the Ubuntu installation and reboot the machine: $ sudo reboot now $ sudo apt−get upgrade $ sudo apt−get update 21DSpace - xxxx://‌ 22DSpace Guide - xxxxx:// 23Apache Maven - xxxx:// 24Apache Ant - - xxxx:// 25PostgreSQL - xxxx:// 26Apache Tomcat - xxxx:// Install the Java JDK 727 and Apache Maven with the following command: $ sudo apt−get i n s t a l l openjdk−7−j d k maven Check the Maven installation running: $ mvn −version You should get an output similar to the following:
LTS. Into EMOT VPS run the EV Wrapper Server, OCPP server and API REST.
LTS. LTS shall not have the right to suspend performance (including without limitation refusing or withholding delivery of Drug Product) under this Agreement (i) unless and until LTS has obtained a final determination under Section 12.1 that NuPathe has materially failed to perform its obligations under this Agreement relating thereto, (ii) unless NuPathe has failed to pay an undisputed invoice for the Supply Price of Drug Product for longer than [**] days and does not pay such invoice within ten (10) business days following written notice from LTS, (iii) unless NuPathe has failed to timely pay undisputed invoices exceeding, in the aggregate, $[**] ($[**] in connection with delivery of Drug Product from Andernach) and does not pay such invoices within ten (10) business days following written notice from LTS; (iv) unless, following good faith discussions with NuPathe, LTS, in its reasonable discretion, believes that continued performance would be in contravention of any Regulatory Requirement or other law; and (v) unless there is an infringement claim relating to the Drug Product, provided that, if LTS suspends performance pursuant to the immediately preceding subsection (iv) or (v), such suspension shall be deemed to be a Failure Event for which there shall be no Cure Period.
LTS. LTS represents and warrants that:

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  • Research, Science and Technology Cooperation 1. The aims of cooperation in research, science and technology, carried out in the mutual interest of the Parties and in compliance with their policies, will be: (a) to build on existing agreements already in place for cooperation on research, science and technology; (b) to encourage, where appropriate, government agencies, research institutions, universities, private companies and other research organizations in the Parties to conclude direct arrangements in support of cooperative activities, programs or projects within the framework of this Agreement, specially related to trade and commerce; and (c) to focus cooperative activities towards sectors where mutual and complementary interests exist, with special emphasis on information and communication technologies and software development to facilitate trade between the Parties. 2. The Parties will encourage and facilitate, as appropriate, the following activities including, but not limited to:

  • API If the Software offers integration capabilities via an API, your use of the API may be subject to additional costs or Sage specific policies and terms and conditions (which shall prevail in relation to your use of the API). You may not access or use the API in any way that could cause damage to us or the Software, or in contravention of any applicable laws. We reserve the right in our sole discretion, to: (i) update any API from time to time; (ii) place limitations around your use of any API; and (iii) deny you access to any API in the event of misuse by you or to otherwise protect our legitimate interests.

  • Manufacturer The producer or provider of Agriculture and Lawn Equipment which possess the minimum quality, reliability, service, and value required by the Department and Customers. May be used interchangeably with Brand Name. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) – The MSRP represents the Manufacturer’s recommended retail selling price, list price, published price, or other usual and customary price that would be paid by the Customer for specific Commodities without the benefit of a Contract resulting from this solicitation. It must be publicly listed, available, and verifiable by the Department. MSRP Credit – The MSRP price of OEM and Non-OEM Options, Parts, Accessory(ies) or Implements that are deducted from the Base Equipment price paid by the Customer if removed from the Base Equipment. MSRP List – The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price List, a collection of MSRPs and related information broken down by specific Commodities. In the priority listed below, only the following are acceptable sources of current and revised MSRPs and MSRP Lists for use under the resulting Contract: • Manufacturer’s Annual U.S. Price Book, • Manufacturer’s official website or dealer software; and • Autodata, Inc. d/b/a Chrome Data’sTM Carbook Pro Fleet Edition.

  • Licensee Licensee represents and warrants that:

  • Manufacturing Technology Transfer In addition to the Licensed Know-How provided to Company pursuant to the Technology Transfer, upon Company’s written request, Asana will promptly prepare and submit to the JSC, for its review and approval, a plan for the transfer to Company of all Know-How Controlled by Asana with respect to the manufacture of Licensed Compounds and Licensed Products, and the conduct by Asana of such consultation activities, as are necessary to enable Company or a Third Party contract manufacturing organization to manufacture for the Territory (i) Licensed Compounds or (ii) Licensed Products (such plan, the “Manufacturing Technology Transfer Plan” and such actions, the “Manufacturing Technology Transfer”). Following the review and approval by the JSC of the Manufacturing Technology Transfer Plan, Asana will perform (or cause one or more applicable Third Parties (including, as applicable, any CMO engaged by Asana to manufacture Licensed Compounds or Licensed Products) to perform) a single Manufacturing Technology Transfer in accordance with such Manufacturing Technology Transfer Plan to Company or a Third Party CMO at Asana’s expense. Asana will make employees or agents of Asana available to Company for up to twenty (20) hours, in the aggregate, at no additional cost to Company, to facilitate the Manufacturing Technology Transfer. Asana will initiate the Manufacturing Technology Transfer promptly following the approval by the JSC of the Manufacturing Technology Transfer Plan. After completion of the Manufacturing Technology Transfer to a facility, use of such facility to manufacture Licensed Compounds or Licensed Products shall be subject to successful completion of any necessary inspections required by applicable Regulatory Authorities (collectively, the “Qualifying Audits”). All Licensed Compounds and Licensed Products manufactured by or on behalf of Company or its CMO shall be manufactured in compliance with all Applicable Laws and applicable specifications therefor.

  • Licensor any Person from whom an Obligor obtains the right to use any Intellectual Property. Lien: any lien, security interest, pledge, hypothecation, assignment, easement, right-of-way, or other title exception or encumbrance. Lien Waiver: an agreement, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Agent, by which (a) for any material Collateral located on leased premises, the lessor waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on the Collateral, and agrees to permit Agent to enter upon the premises and remove the Collateral or to use the premises to store or dispose of the Collateral; (b) for any Collateral held by a warehouseman, processor, shipper, customs broker or freight forwarder, such Person waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on such Collateral, agrees to hold any Documents in its possession relating to such Collateral as agent for Agent, and agrees to deliver such Collateral to Agent upon request; (c) for any Collateral held by a repairman, mechanic or bailee, such Person acknowledges Agent's Lien, waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on such Collateral, and agrees to deliver such Collateral to Agent upon request; and (d) for any Collateral subject to a Licensor's Intellectual Property rights, the Licensor grants to Agent the right, vis-à-vis such Licensor, to enforce Agent's Liens with respect to such Collateral, including the right to dispose of it with the benefit of the Intellectual Property, whether or not a default exists under any applicable License. Loan: a Term Loan. Loan Documents: collectively, as may be amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, this Agreement, the Other Agreements and the Security Documents.

  • AMD AMD shall keep records in sufficient detail to enable FoundryCo to determine that AMD has complied with its exclusivity obligations and commitments pursuant to the Agreement. AMD shall permit said records to be inspected, at FoundryCo’s expense, upon reasonable advance notice, during regular business hours by an independent auditor selected by FoundryCo and approved by AMD, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. The audit shall be for the purposes of (i) verifying that AMD has complied with its exclusivity obligations and commitments pursuant to the Agreement and (ii) confirming the accuracy of any additional amounts payable by AMD to FoundryCo as described in Exhibit F of the Fifth Amendment. Inspections conducted under this Section 8.1(b) shall be at FoundryCo’s expense, unless AMD has failed to comply with its exclusivity obligations and commitments pursuant to the Agreement, or has a non-compliance variance adverse to FoundryCo with respect to additional amounts payable as described in Exhibit F of the Fifth Amendment of [****] percent ([****]%) or more, in which case AMD shall bear the reasonable expenses of such audit.”

  • Manufacturing Intrexon shall have the option and, in the event it so elects, shall use Diligent Efforts, to perform any manufacturing activities in connection with the Aquaculture Program that relate to the Intrexon Materials, including through the use of a suitable Third Party contract manufacturer. To the extent that Intrexon so elects, Intrexon may request that AquaBounty and Intrexon establish and execute a separate manufacturing and supply agreement, which agreement will establish and govern the production, quality assurance, and regulatory activities associated with manufacture of Intrexon Materials. Except as provided in Section 4.1, any manufacturing undertaken by Intrexon pursuant to the preceding sentence shall be performed in exchange for cash payments equal to Intrexon’s Fully Loaded Cost in connection with such manufacturing, on terms to be negotiated by the Parties in good faith. In the event that Intrexon does not manufacture Intrexon Materials or bulk quantities of other components of AquaBounty Products, then Intrexon shall provide to AquaBounty or a contract manufacturer selected by AquaBounty and approved by Intrexon (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld) all Information Controlled by Intrexon that is (a) related to the manufacturing of such Intrexon Materials or bulk qualities of other components of AquaBounty Products for use in the Field and (b) reasonably necessary to enable AquaBounty or such contract manufacturer (as appropriate) for the sole purpose of manufacturing such Intrexon Materials or bulk quantities of other components of AquaBounty Products. The costs and expenses incurred by Intrexon in carrying out such transfer shall be borne by Intrexon. Any manufacturing Information transferred hereunder to AquaBounty or its contract manufacturer shall not be further transferred to any Third Party, including any Product Sublicensee, or any AquaBounty Affiliate without the prior written consent of Intrexon; provided, however, that Intrexon shall not unreasonably withhold such consent if necessary to permit AquaBounty to switch manufacturers.

  • Product Technical Support & Maintenance Licensee shall have the option of electing the Product technical support and maintenance (“maintenance”) set forth in the Contract by giving written notice to Contractor any time during the Centralized Contract term. Maintenance term(s) and any renewal(s) thereof are independent of the expiration of the Centralized Contract term and will not automatically renew. Maintenance shall include, at a minimum, (i) the provision of error corrections, updates, revisions, fixes, upgrade and new releases to Licensee, and (ii) Help Desk assistance with locally accessible “800” or toll free, local telephone service, or alternatively on-line Help Desk accessibility. Contractor shall maintain the Products so as to provide Licensee with the ability to utilize the Products in accordance with the Product documentation without significant functional downtime to its ongoing business operations during the maintenance term. Authorized User shall not be required to purchase maintenance for use of Product, and may discontinue maintenance at the end of any current maintenance term upon notice to Contractor. In the event that Authorized User does not initially acquire or discontinues maintenance of licensed Product, it may, at any time thereafter, reinstate maintenance for Product without any additional penalties or other charges, by paying Contractor the amount which would have been due under the Contract for the period of time that such maintenance had lapsed, at then current NYS net maintenance rates.

  • GMP The parties agree that the GMP for the Project is $ , consisting of the Preconstruction Fee, the Estimated Cost of the Work and the CM/GC Fee (stated as a fixed dollar lump sum amount), as follows: Preconstruction Fee: $ Estimated Cost of Work (Est. COW): $ CM/GC Fee ( % of Est. COW): $ GMP (Total of above categories): $ For purposes of determining the GMP, the Estimated Cost of the Work includes the CM/GC’s Contingency, costs for General Conditions Work, and the costs of all components and systems required for a complete, fully functional facility.