SUBLOOPS. 45.1. Sprint will offer unbundled access to copper subloops and subloops for access to multiunit premises wiring. Sprint will consider all requests for access to subloops through the ICB process due to the wide variety of interconnections available and the lack of standards. A written response will be provided to CLEC covering the interconnection time intervals, prices and other information based on the ICB process as set forth in this Agreement.
SUBLOOPS. 47.1. Sprint will offer unbundled access to subloops, or portions of the loop, at any accessible terminal in Sprint’s outside loop plant. Such locations include, for example, a pole or pedestal, the network interface device, the minimum point of entry to the customer premises, and the feeder distribution interface located in, for example, a utility room, a remote terminal, or a controlled environment vault or at the MDF.
SUBLOOPS. The Subloop UNE is defined as any portion of the loop that is technically feasible to access at the terminals (access terminals) in VERIZON’s outside plant, including inside wire. An access terminal is any point on the loop: (i) where technicians can access the wire or fiber within the cable without removing a splice case to reach the wire or fiber within; and (ii) that contains cables and their respective wire pairs that terminate on screw posts. To the extent they qualify under the preceding sentence, such points may include, but are not limited to, the pole or drop pedestal, network interface device (NID), minimum point of entry, single point of interconnection, the MDF, the remote terminal, and the feeder/distribution interface. In addition, subject to the requirements and limitations of the Collocation Attachment, SPRINT has the option of collocating a DSLAM (or its functional equivalent) in VERIZON’s remote terminal (RT) at the fiber/copper interface point. When SPRINT collocates its DSLAM at VERIZON’s RT, VERIZON will provide SPRINT with access to subloop UNEs to allow SPRINT to access the copper portion of the loop. The Subloop UNEs made available to SPRINT under this Attachment are:
SUBLOOPS. To gain access to a Feeder Subloop UNE, SPRINT must be collocated (subject to the terms and conditions of the Collocation Attachment and/or applicable VERIZON tariff) within the VERIZON Central Office Switch where the Feeder Subloop UNE is being requested. SPRINT must also be collocated at either a DLC or VERIZON cross-connect box where the Feeder Subloop UNE terminates.
SUBLOOPS. SPRINT is responsible for all engineering requirements when provisioning service to an end user via Subloop UNEs. VERIZON does not guarantee, nor is it responsible for, the end-to-end performance of the entire loop when VERIZON provides only a portion of the loop. Furthermore, VERIZON is responsible for maintenance on only the portion of the loop element that VERIZON provides. VERIZON will provide all Subloop UNEs to SPRINT in the same manner as VERIZON provides such elements to itself per existing VERIZON interface specifications, maintenance and administrative policies.
SUBLOOPS. CLEC acknowledges that this Agreement (at CLEC’s request) does not provide any provisions for CLEC to access CenturyLink’s Subloop facilities, and CLEC will not order any subloop facilities unless and until the Parties have executed a written amendment to this Agreement setting forth terms and conditions governing such facilities.
SUBLOOPS. The Subloop is defined as any portion of the loop that is technically feasible to access at terminals in BellSouth's outside plant, including inside wire (owned by BellSouth). An accessible terminal is a point on the loop where technicians can access the wire or fiber within the cable without removing a splice case to reach the wire or fiber within. These would include a technically feasible point near the customer premises, such as the pole or pedestal, the network interface device (NID), or the minimum point of entry to the customer premises. Another point of access would be the feeder distribution interface (FDI). The FDI might be located in the utility room in a multi-dwelling unit, in a remote terminal, or in a controlled environment vault (CEV). A third point of access is the main distribution frame in BellSouth’s central office.
SUBLOOPS. 8.1 Until such time as Sprint establishes provisioning processes, Sprint will offer unbundled access to copper subloops and subloops for access to multiunit premises wiring upon request s made to the Sprint Account Team. A written response will be provided to KMC covering the interconnection time intervals, prices and other information based on the rates set forth in Table One of this Agreement. No additional charges shall apply for preparation and response to this ICB request.