Technical Requirements for SCPs/Databases Sample Clauses

Technical Requirements for SCPs/Databases. 10.5.3.1 BellSouth shall provide physical access to SCPs through the SS7 network and protocols with TCAP as the application layer protocol.
Technical Requirements for SCPs/Databases. 9.5.3.1 Requirements for SCPs/Databases within this section address storage of information, access to information (e.g. signaling protocols, response times), and administration of information (e.g., provisioning, administration, and maintenance). All SCPs/Databases shall be provided to NOW in accordance with the following requirements.
Technical Requirements for SCPs/Databases. Requirements for SCPs/Databases within this Section 13.2 address storage of information, access to information (e.g., signaling protocols, response times), and administration of information (e.g., provisioning, administration, and maintenance. Signaling access to services provided on the databases described in Section 13.1 are to be considered on a case-by-case basis and the services are offered on an as-is basis using reasonable care. To the extent MCIm utilizes the same switching platforms and software as BA, it is anticipated that the services will work as they do for BA’s users. It is expected that under the stated conditions the applicable and relevant requirements should be met, except where any such requirement is superseded by a specific requirement set forth in Sections 13.3 through 13.7; provided that such new requirement will not apply to equipment deployed in the BA network as of the Effective Date.

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