Network Equipment. This includes equipment primarily used for communications over an IP network. This includes layer 2 and layer 0 xxxxxxxx, xxxxxxx, xxxx wireless access points, point- to-point wireless access, optics, media interfaces (i.e. serial, T1, T3, OC3) and fiber channel. Class of equipment should include home office, small and medium business, and enterprise. Suppliers may include, but not limited to, Cisco Systems, Dell, Juniper Networks, HP, Extreme Networks, Enterasys Networks, D-Link, Netgear, and Brocade Communications Systems.
Network Equipment. LIMITED WARRANTY. During the applicable Warranty Period for Network Equipment, Copper Mountain warrants to Customer that the Network Equipment shall be free from material defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and service and shall operate substantially in accordance with the specifications set forth in the documentation provided to Customer. This warranty does not apply to any item of Network Equipment that (a) has been altered, modified, or improperly repaired by someone other than a representative of Copper Mountain; (b) has been the subject of misuse, negligence, accident, or improper storage or installation; or (c) has been used or maintained in any manner other than in accordance with documentation provided by Copper Mountain. Any installation of Upgrades by Customer in accordance with the Software License Agreement (and any instructions set forth therein) shall not result in any termination of, or adversely affect, any warranties by Copper Mountain relating to the Equipment.
Network Equipment. Schedule 5.18 sets forth a true and complete list of all physical assets used or held for use by Sellers or their Subsidiaries in connection with the operation of (i) the Company FCC Licenses, (ii) the Acquired Spectrum Leases and (iii) the Station Assets, which are material in connection with the Company FCC Licenses or Acquired Spectrum Leases.
Network Equipment. 1.3. Demarcation of responsibilities and physical environment comprising the DCS Network (e.g. WAN connections, logical LANs, firewalls).
Network Equipment. The i2CAT FIBRE island is composed by three OF-enabled PRONTO switches model TN3290 [PRONTO]. This equipment also includes four SFP+ ports, two of them are provided with a SFP+ Dual LC 10G 300m 850nm optical transceivers in each of the switches. The goal of these connectors is still in a discussion and study status. The physical interconnection of the switches forms a meshed OpenFlow network topology. The Pronto 3290 is wire-speed layer 2/3 switch platform, with non-blocking performance of 48 GE ports and 4 10GE uplinks. It is embedded with 4MB of packet buffers, 32K of MAC entries and up to 16K of routing rules. It is capable of handling both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic and is equipped with a storm control feature to avoid Broadcast or Multicast storms in a data centre. Table 7 shows some other specifications: TN3290 Bandwidth 176Gbps MAC entries 128K Network interface 10/100/1000 BASE-T RJ45 ports 48 10Gbps SFP+ ports 4 10/100/1000 BASE-T management ports 2 Host route table IPv6 4K IPv4 8K LPM route table IPv6 8K IPv4 16K Forwarding mode Store-and-forward System memory 512MB DDR Packet buffer 4MB Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) 175,699 hours Table 7: PRONTO TN3290 Switch specifications The FIBRE facility will also include four Linksys WRT54GL Wi-Fi routers [Linksys]. The goal is to extend the switching capacity using the Ethernet ports available at the access points, but in addition, experiment with the process of adding OpenFlow capabilities to the equipment, which are not present by default. The other point is to provide the testbed with some minimal wireless capabilities. To do so, there is a possible collaboration being discussed between i2CAT and a professor from the UPC. The plan is to distribute these APs together with 3/4 others provided by him among one of the floors of a building in the Castelldefel’s UPC campus where i2CAT lab premises are located. This wireless mini-testbed will be connected to the wired structure allowing wireless experimentation and also being a source of real traffic for the testbed. The original firmware of the routers does not support OpenFlow but through OpenWRT [OpenWRT], this will be updated by installing the whole OpenFlow stack. Table 8 shows more specifications of the routers: Linksys WRT54GL Bands 2.4 GHz Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b Antennas 2 external Ethernet ports 4 x 10/100
Network Equipment. In addition to the network equipment available from IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Compaq, Contractor must offer for sale, through the Computer Store, product lines from at least three manufacturers of network equipment that are capable of running any of the network operating systems carried by the Contractor, and whose combined product lines include at least the following: network switchers and network routers. In addition to the product lines listed above, Contractor must offer for sale through the Computer Store product lines from at least three manufacturers of network interface cards that are compatible with the LAN hubs/switches and the system units carried by the Contractor. The network interface cards carried by the Contractor must support IEEE 802.5 token ring, running on shielded and unshielded twisted pair wiring, or IEEE 802.3 Ethernet, running on unshielded twisted pair wiring or IEEE 802.1b wireless. Cards supporting unshielded twisted pair wiring shall be 10/100 Base TX, and 100 Base FX. In addition to the network interface cards available from IBM, Hewlett Packard and Compaq, Contractor must offer for sale through the Computer Store the product lines from at least three additional manufacturers of add-on boards, whose product lines of network hubs/switches, and network interface cards support Local Talk, run on unshielded twisted pair wiring, and are compatible with all system units carried by the Contractor for the Macintosh environment.
Network Equipment. Provide fiber and copper design to network infrastructure such as network racks and power distribution units. This will include specifying the network infrastructure equipment, locations of the equipment, and communications connections between network infrastructure equipment. This scope assumes that PCCA will provide network equipment for the contractor to install. Network patch cabling will be provided and installed by the contractor with direction from PCCA.
Network Equipment. Seller will provide for GBO's use of related network equipment. GBO will be responsible for acquiring, installing and maintaining any such network equipment, at its expense, when the Computer Support Services are no longer provided by Seller. GBO will provide a secure environment for storing any monitoring and/or management equipment reasonably deemed necessary by Seller for supporting GBO's use of such network equipment.