Search Functionality Sample Clauses

Search Functionality. The Company shall have maintained Search Functionality throughout the Earn-out Period. “Search Functionality” shall mean that each new Windows PC Direct User of the Company’s product in English, during the process of download thereof, is offered Parent’s search service, as described in Schedule 1.13(h) attached hereto; provided, however, that during the first thirty days following the Effective Time, the Search Functionality shall be required to be maintained for the MSN channel only, and provided further that Search Functionality shall be implemented (i) for the Company's other channels as soon as practicable during such thirty-day period and (ii) in other languages and for Mac Direct Users of the Company's product as soon as practicable after being made available by Parent. This milestone shall be deemed to be not satisfied if (A) Search Functionality does not function for three consecutive days and the Company fails to restore Search Functionality within seven days after it becomes aware of such problem or (B) Search Functionality does not function for an aggregate of 21 days during the Earn-out Period.
Search Functionality. IGN shall develop, serve and maintain a search functionality that enables the user to conduct an intra-site popularity search of both the Gameshark Site and the Gameshark Gear Site.
Search Functionality. The requirements for Search Functionality shall have been met in accordance with the criteria set forth in Schedule 1.13(h), subject to Purchaser fulfilling its obligations as set forth therein.
Search Functionality. The search functionality will assist in accessing the metadata in a more or less structured fashion: Advanced search functionalities offer, for example, some sort of filtering, and the query results can be accompanied by thumbnails of the identified documents.
Search Functionality. A field providing search functionality will be included on pages within each Service as the parties may mutually determine. The search executed from the search field will only cover content within such search field's Service itself.
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Functionality MDTs can be generated at any point in the transmission chain to signal missing streams (e.g. video, audio, subtitle or accompanied data) of Service Information components (e.g. NIT, SDT, EIT or TDT) within a multiplex. As the underlying concept of the MDT system is to detect and signal failures at the point where they are generated, the system supervisor of the DVB/MPEG-2 encoding, multiplexing and modulation equipment should monitor the correct functioning of all equipment modules and should generate an MDT in the case a service failure occurs for longer than 10 seconds. MDTs shall then be periodically transmitted every 10 seconds until the failure is fixed. In addition to faulty equipment modules also missing input streams can be identified by subsequent modules in the transmission chain which then generate corresponding MDTs. This principle will be applied e.g. by the special monitor IRDs of the DINO which can not only receive and extract incoming MDTs from the multiplexes but also can generate MDTs in the case e.g. Service Information components are missing. All MDTs are being fed via the ASTRA Service Information Update System (ASIUS) into the Service Availability System (SAS) of the Digital Network Operations Centre. Upon reception of an MDT an alert is initiated by the DINO computer system which then enables the operator to act appropriately based on detailed transponder specific diagnostic information provided together with the alert message. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASTRA Access Agreement SOCIETE EUROPEENNE DES SATELLITES 1 August 1996 CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY
Future Functionality You agree that Your purchases are not contingent on the delivery of any future functionality or features, or dependent on any oral or written public comments made by Us regarding future functionality or features.
Links EnergyGateway may provide links to other Internet sites or resources. Because EnergyGateway has no control over such sites and resources, User acknowledges and agrees that EnergyGateway is not responsible for the availability of such external sites or resources, and does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any content, advertising, products, or other materials on or available from such sites or resources. User further acknowledges and agrees that EnergyGateway shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with use of or reliance on any such content, goods or services available on or through any such site or resource.
Interoperability Successful Respondent represents, warrants, and covenants that the Software, Equipment, and Systems provided by Successful Respondent and/or used to provide the Services shall be interoperable with the software, equipment, and systems used by DIR or the DIR Customers to the extent necessary to provide the same or similar services and/or to deliver records to, receive records from, or otherwise interact with the Software, Equipment, and Systems to receive the Services.
Web Site The Manager, at the Company’s request, will provide access to its account information electronically, via the world wide web, based upon the Company’s use of a BlackRock issued user id and password. The Company acknowledges and agrees the world wide web is a continually growing medium and the Manager does not make any warranty regarding the security related to the world wide web. The Company must be aware there is no absolute guaranteed system or technique to fully secure information made available over the web. The Company agrees that it will not share its user id, password and access to information provided electronically with any third party.
Interface Interface is the hardware and software and attendant technical support required to produce computer to computer communications between a Reservation Provider (as hereinafter defined) and an UltraSwitch User (as hereinafter defined).
Online Services Microsoft warrants that each Online Service will perform in accordance with the applicable SLA during Customer’s use. Customer’s remedies for breach of this warranty are described in the SLA.
Customization The listed products are licensed for IMPRESS Plus use and customization only. Use of these tools to develop or customize non-IMPRESS Plus applications is not permitted without the express written authorization of FDISG.
Interfaces Except as agreed in writing, FDISG shall not be required to modify the Software or the Interfaces to accommodate changes made by the Fund's vendor to its portion of the interface. If the Fund's vendor needs information about the Software, then the vendor must first execute a nondisclosure agreement in form and content reasonably acceptable to FDISG. FDISG shall not be liable for any delay or degradation to the Software or Equipment attributable to the Fund's use of Interfaces.
DNS Refers to the Domain Name System as specified in RFCs 1034, 1035, and related RFCs.