Network Interface Device Sample Clauses

Network Interface Device. 2.7.1 The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of the End User’s customer premises wiring to BellSouth’s distribution plant, such as a cross-connect device used for that purpose. The NID is a single line termination device or that portion of a multiple line termination device required to terminate a single line or circuit at the premises. The NID features two independent xxxxxxxx or divisions that separate the service provider’s network from the End User’s premises wiring. Each chamber or division contains the appropriate connection points or posts to which the service provider and the End User each make their connections. The NID provides a protective ground connection and is capable of terminating cables such as twisted pair cable.
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Network Interface Device. 43.1. Sprint will offer unbundled access to the network interface device element (NID). The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of end-user customer premises wiring to an incumbent LEC’s distribution plant, such as a cross connect device used for that purpose. This includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the facilities used to connect the loop to end-user customer premises wiring, regardless of the specific mechanical design.
Network Interface Device. 44.1. Embarq will offer unbundled access to the network interface device element (NID). The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of end-user customer premises wiring to an incumbent LEC’s distribution plant, such as a cross connect device used for that purpose. This includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the facilities used to connect the loop to end-user customer premises wiring, regardless of the specific mechanical design.
Network Interface Device. (NID) is a device that connects the inside wire at the End User Location to a telephone network.
Network Interface Device. 71.1 Apart from its obligation to provide the existing Network Interface Device (NID) functionality as part of an unbundled Local Loop or subloop, CenturyLink also will provide nondiscriminatory access to either side of the NID on an unbundled basis. Subject to this Section and its subsections, CenturyLink shall provide access to the existing NID as a UNE under the following terms and conditions. Rates and charges applicable to UNE NIDs are set forth in Table 1.
Network Interface Device. 44.1. CenturyLink will offer unbundled access to the network interface device element (NID). The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of end user customer premises wiring to an incumbent LEC’s distribution plant, such as a cross connect device used for that purpose. This includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the facilities used to connect the loop to end user customer premises wiring, regardless of the specific mechanical design.
Network Interface Device. 3.1 The Network Interface Device (NID) is a device used to connect loop facilities to inside wiring or a compatible interface device or NID on a AT&T owned or controlled telephone pole where the CLEC Radio Port connects with AT&T’s network. The fundamental function of the NID is to establish the official network demarcation point between a carrier and its end user customer or a AT&T-supplied loop and a compatible interface device or NID on a AT&T owned or controlled telephone pole where the CLEC Radio Port connects with AT&T’s network. The NID Unbundled Network Element is defined as any means of interconnection of end-user customer premises wiring to AT&T’s distribution loop facilities, such as cross connect device used for that purpose, and it includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the NID. The NID contains the appropriate and accessible connection points or posts to which AT&T, CLEC and/or the end user customer each make its connections. Pursuant to applicable FCC rules, AT&T offers nondiscriminatory access to the network interface device on an unbundled basis to any requesting telecommunications carrier for the provision of a telecommunications service.
Network Interface Device. 68.1 CenturyLink will provide nondiscriminatory access to either side of the NID. Subject to this Section and its subsections, CenturyLink shall provide access to the existing NID under the following terms and conditions.
Network Interface Device. 9.1 Subject to the conditions set forth in Section 1 of this Attachment, and upon request by DSLnet, Verizon shall permit DSLnet to connect a carrier’s Loop to the Inside Wiring of a Customer’s premises through Verizon’s NID at the rates, terms and conditions set forth in Verizon’s DTE MA No. 17 Tariff, as amended from time to time, that relate to or concern NIDs, and Verizon shall do so regardless of whether or not such rates, terms and conditions are effective. Verizon shall provide DSLnet with access to NIDs in accordance with, but only to the extent required by, Applicable Law.
Network Interface Device. 5.1. Apart from its obligation to provide the network interface device functionality as part of an unbundled loop or subloop, an incumbent LEC also shall provide nondiscriminatory access to the network interface device on as a standalone element on an unbundled basis, in accordance with section 251(c)(3) of the Act and this part. Sprint will offer unbundled access to the network interface devise element (NID). The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of end-user customer premises wiring to an incumbent LECs distribution plant, such as a cross connect device used for that purpose. This includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the facilities used to connect the loop to end-user customer premises wiring, regardless of the specific mechanical design.