Telecommunications. Tenant and its telecommunications companies, including local exchange telecommunications companies and alternative access vendor services companies, shall have no right of access to and within the Building, for the installation and operation of telecommunications systems, including voice, video, data, Internet, and any other services provided over wire, fiber optic, microwave, wireless, and any other transmission systems (“Telecommunications Services”), for part or all of Tenant’s telecommunications within the Building and from the Building to any other location without Landlord’s prior written consent. All providers of Telecommunications Services shall be required to comply with the rules and regulations of the Building, applicable Laws and Landlord’s policies and practices for the Building. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord shall not be required to provide or arrange for any Telecommunications Services and that Landlord shall have no liability to any Tenant Party in connection with the installation, operation or maintenance of Telecommunications Services or any equipment or facilities relating thereto. Tenant, at its cost and for its own account, shall be solely responsible for obtaining all Telecommunications Services.
Telecommunications. Upon request from Tenant from time to time, Landlord will provide Tenant with a listing of telecommunications and media service providers serving the Project, and Tenant shall have the right to contract directly with the providers of its choice. If Tenant wishes to contract with or obtain service from any provider which does not currently serve the Project or wishes to obtain from an existing carrier services which will require the installation of additional equipment, such provider must, prior to providing service, enter into a written agreement with Landlord setting forth the terms and conditions of the access to be granted to such provider. In considering the installation of any new or additional telecommunications cabling or equipment at the Project, Landlord will consider all relevant factors in a reasonable and non-discriminatory manner, including, without limitation, the existing availability of services at the Project, the impact of the proposed installations upon the Project and its operations and the available space and capacity for the proposed installations. Landlord may also consider whether the proposed service may result in interference with or interruption of other services at the Project or the business operations of other tenants or occupants of the Project. In no event shall Landlord be obligated to incur any costs or liabilities in connection with the installation or delivery of telecommunication services or facilities at the Project. All such installations shall be subject to Landlord’s prior approval and shall be performed in accordance with the terms of Article 9. If Landlord approves the proposed installations in accordance with the foregoing, Landlord will deliver its standard form agreement upon request and will use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly enter into an agreement on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms with a qualified, licensed and reputable carrier confirming the terms of installation and operation of telecommunications equipment consistent with the foregoing.
Telecommunications. The Parties agree to explore encryption methodology to secure data communications between the Parties' data centers. The network between the Parties will be configured such that no single component failure will significantly impact AOL Users. The network will be sized such that no single line runs at more than 70% average utilization for a 5-minute peak in a daily period.
Telecommunications. Neither Subtenant nor its contractors, representatives, or service providers shall, without Sublandlord's prior written consent (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld), install, maintain, operate, alter, repair, or replace any wire, cable, conduit, antenna, satellite dish or other facility or equipment for use in connection with any telephone, television, telecommunications, computer, Internet, or other communications or electronic systems, services or equipment (which systems, services, and equipment are referred to collectively as "Telecommunications Equipment") in, on, or about the Building or the roof or exterior walls. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Sublandlord shall have the right to limit the number of carriers, vendors, or other operators providing Telecommunications Equipment in or to the Building, as deemed reasonably necessary or appropriate by Sublandlord for the orderly and efficient management and operation of the Building. Any determination made by Sublandlord under this Paragraph shall be made in accordance with Sublandlord's sole reasonable discretion, provided, however, that with regard to any request by Subtenant to install Telecommunications Equipment on the roof of a Building, Subtenant agrees that Sublandlord may, without limitation, condition its consent on (i) Subtenant's payment of rent for Subtenant's use of such roof space, in an amount determined by Sublandlord in its sole discretion, and (ii) the installation by Subtenant, at its sole cost and expense, of a structural platform and/or access walkway to protect the roof from damage from the placement of and access to such Telecommunications Equipment. Sublandlord may also require (i) that any such work on or involving the roof (and including, without limitation, any roof penetrations approved by Sublandlord) be performed, at Subtenant's cost, by a contractor designated or approved by Sublandlord; (ii) Subtenant's obtaining and paying for all costs associated with obtaining proper clearances for personnel involved in erecting, operating, or maintaining such Telecommunications Equipment from the Department of the Air Force or Onizuka Air Station; (iii) Subtenant's obtaining Onizuka Air Station concurrence to erect any Radio Frequency Emitters, antenna towers, or antenna arrays so as to avoid radio frequency interference; (iv) Subtenant's compliance with any additional requirement of the Department of the Air Force and/or Onizuka Air Station; and (v) pr...
Telecommunications. Design, operation and maintenance of network infrastructure, including telephone and data transmission lines, voice mail, facsimile machines, cellular phones, pager, etc.; negotiation of contracts with third party vendors and suppliers; and local area network and wide area network communications support.
Telecommunications. Local, Long Distance, Independent, Telephone, Telegraph, Satellite, Equipment, Research, Cellular
Telecommunications. If Tenant requests that Landlord grant access to the Building to a telecommunications service provider designated by Tenant for purposes of providing telecommunications services to Tenant, Landlord shall use its good faith efforts to respond to such request within thirty (30) days. Tenant acknowledges that nothing set forth in this Section 10.10 shall impose any affirmative obligation on Landlord to grant such request and that Landlord, in its sole discretion, shall have the right to determine which telecommunications service providers shall have access to Building facilities.