Service Description. The Parties will provide Common Channel Signaling (CCS) to one another via Signaling System 7 (SS7) network interconnection, where and as available, in the manner specified in FCC Order 95-187, in conjunction with all traffic exchange trunk groups. SS7 signaling and transport services shall be provided by GTE in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Section 9 of this Article. The Parties will cooperate on the exchange of all appropriate SS7 messages for local and intraLATA call set-up signaling, including ISDN User Part (ISUP) and Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP) messages to facilitate full interoperability of all CLASS Features and functions between their respective networks. Any other SS7 message services to be provided using TCAP messages (such as data base queries) will be jointly negotiated and agreed upon.
Service Description. Cloud storage services, including service that may be marketed as Verizon Online Backup and Sharing or Verizon Cloud ("Storage Services") may be made available to you as an optional feature or additional service. Storage Services permit you to store, manage and access content you have created or that you have the legal right to access and copy on multiple platforms or devices (“Content”). The Content you may store, retrieve or back-up may depend on a number of factors including, the type of content and the device you use (e.g. PC, tablet, smartphone). Additional terms and conditions applicable to Storage Services that are included in User Guides and Policies posted on the Website are incorporated by reference and also govern your use.
Service Description. A "Loop" is an unbundled component of Exchange Service. In general, it is the transmission facility (or channel or group of channels on such facility) which extends from a Main Distribution Frame (MDF) or its equivalent, in a GTE end office or Wire Center to and including a demarcation or connector block in/at a subscriber's premises. Traditionally, Loops were provisioned as 2-wire or 4-wire copper pairs running from the end office MDF to the customer premises. However, a loop may be provided via other media, including radio frequencies, as a channel on a high capacity feeder/distribution facility which may, in turn, be distributed from a node location to the subscriber premises via a copper or coaxial drop facility, etc.
Service Description. 31.1.1 Space Service envisages the following actions/services stipulated by the Bank, without Client’s visit to the Bank, by using a program module/application (hereinafter „the software“) recorded (installed) in the client’s mobile telephone device and/or the Bank’s website xxx.xxxxx.xx:
Service Description. The physical therapy service will form an integral part of the provision of musculoskeletal services within primary care. The service will provide early intervention, assessment and treatment of conditions to reduce the number of patients who go on to develop chronic musculoskeletal conditions as a result of not being treated promptly at an early stage. The service will provide a fast, flexible community based service closer to home, reducing unnecessary demand for referrals into secondary care. 2.2 Any exclusion criteria Referrals must not be made for patients who do not meet the criteria outlined in Paragraph 3.5 below. In addition, referrals must not be made in the following circumstances: red flags (to be screened at triage by AHP): suspected cancer constant pain day and night very frequent instability weight loss or other significant systemic symptoms other sinister presentations non MSK conditions unless specified within the specification children who require specialist paediatric services consultant referred physical therapy is not included within this specification. Musculoskeletal physical therapy can be offered to children under 16 years of age provided written parental consent is gained and the treatment does not relate to developmental conditions. In accordance with the musculoskeletal pathway(s) the service should not be used for patients who have the following Red Flags: infection unexplained weight loss or other significant systemic symptoms
Service Description. Supported Capacity for Dependent Children Whose Parents are in Adult Substance Use Disorder Residential Treatment (A&D 62) is housing services (room and board) delivered to Individuals who are dependent children age 18 and younger, of parent(s) who reside in substance use disorder residential treatment facilities, so the child(ren) may reside with their parent in the same substance use disorder residential treatment facility. The parent who is participating in residential treatment may or may not be a custodial parent during part or all of the treatment episode. The Department of Human Services, Child Welfare may have legal custody of the child(ren) but grant formal permission for the child(ren) to be placed with the parent during treatment and to reside in one of the dependent room and board placements.