Trunk Groups Sample Clauses

Trunk Groups. BellSouth and Eastland of Orlando shall establish trunk groups between interconnecting facilities. Trunks may be either one-way or two-way. Two-way trunking may be provided by BellSouth consistent with BellSouth engineering specifications, with the costs of provisioning such trunking being shared equally by both parties. Local and intraLATA traffic only may be routed over the same one-way trunk group. Requests for alternative trunking arrangements may require submission of a bona fide request via the Bona Fide Request Process set forth in Attachment 9.
Trunk Groups. 4.5.1 The following trunk groups shall used to exchange various types of traffic between CLEC and SBC-AMERITECH.
Trunk Groups. 5.1 The following trunk groups shall be used to exchange local traffic between TCAL and TDS TELECOM.
Trunk Groups. 65.5.1 The Parties shall provide all SS7 signaling information pursuant to Signaling Parameters Section 65.2. Where required, network signaling information such as transit network selection (TNS) parameter, Originating Line Information Parameter (OLIP) and CIC/OZZ ANI information digits (II) (non-SS7 environment) will be provided by CLEC wherever such information is needed for call routing or billing. The Parties will follow all Network Operations Forum (NOF) adopted standards and all OBF adopted standards pertaining to TNS and CIC/OZZ codes.
Trunk Groups. BellSouth and Diamond shall establish interconnecting trunk groups betweennetworks. Trunks may be either one-way or two-way. Two-way trunking may be provided by BellSouth consistent with BellSouth engineering specifications. Local and intraLATA traffic only may be routed over the same one-way trunk group. Requests for alternative trunking arrangements may require submission of a Bona Fide Request/New Business Request via the Bona Fide Request/New Business Request Process set forth in Attachment 9.
Trunk Groups. 5.1 The following trunk groups shall be used to exchange local and intraLATA toll traffic between CLEC and UNION.
Trunk Groups. In the LATA identified on Schedule 2.1, each SBCT Switching Center Switch in that LATA shall subtend the CBT access Tandem in that LATA via trunk groups, as provided in Section 4.3.2.
Trunk Groups. The Parties will establish trunk groups from the Interconnection Facilities such that each Party provides a reciprocal of each trunk group established by the other Party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, each Party may construct its network to achieve optimum cost effectiveness and network efficiency. Unless otherwise agreed, AT&T 9-STATE will provide or bear the cost of all trunk groups for the delivery of Authorized Services traffic from the POI at which the Parties Interconnect to the Sprint Central Office Switch, and Sprint will provide the delivery of Authorized Services traffic from the Sprint Central Office Switch to each POI at which the Parties Interconnect.
Trunk Groups. 5.1 The following trunk groups shall be used to exchange various types of traffic between LEVEL 3 and SBC-13STATE.

Related to Trunk Groups

  • Trunk Group Connections and Ordering 5.2.1 For both One-Way and Two-Way Interconnection Trunks, if CBB wishes to use a technically feasible interface other than a DS1 or a DS3 facility at the POI, the Parties shall negotiate reasonable terms and conditions (including, without limitation, rates and implementation timeframes) for such arrangement; and, if the Parties cannot agree to such terms and conditions (including, without limitation, rates and implementation timeframes), either Party may utilize the Agreement’s dispute resolution procedures.

  • Access Toll Connecting Trunk Group Architecture 8.2.1 If Reconex chooses to subtend a Verizon access Tandem, Reconex’s NPA/NXX must be assigned by Reconex to subtend the same Verizon access Tandem that a Verizon NPA/NXX serving the same Rate Center subtends as identified in the LERG.

  • Switching System Hierarchy and Trunking Requirements For purposes of routing Reconex traffic to Verizon, the subtending arrangements between Verizon Tandem Switches and Verizon End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements Verizon maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic. For purposes of routing Verizon traffic to Reconex, the subtending arrangements between Reconex Tandem Switches and Reconex End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements which Reconex maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic.

  • Green Economy/Carbon Footprint a) The Supplier/Service Provider has in its bid provided Transnet with an understanding of the Supplier’s/Service Provider’s position with regard to issues such as waste disposal, recycling and energy conservation.

  • DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE OR HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS The Engineer agrees to comply with the requirements set forth in Attachment H, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise or Historically Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan Requirements with an assigned goal or a zero goal, as determined by the State.

  • Constraints The Joint Committee on Benefits will not make any changes to the plan provisions that would increase the costs of health and welfare benefits or disability benefits for individual employers or reduce plan provisions without the agreement of the Parties to this Agreement. The Joint Committee shall be authorized to determine appropriate use of the Article 9.1.3 savings from the 1998-2001 agreement (in the amount of $71,849) and to allocate the funds to that use.

  • Trading facilities Most open-outcry and electronic trading facilities are supported by computer-based component systems for the order-routing, execution, matching, registration or clearing of trades. As with all facilities and systems, they are vulnerable to temporary disruption or failure. Your ability to recover certain losses may be subject to limits on liability imposed by the system provider, the market, the clearing house and/or member firms. Such limits may vary; you should ask the firm with which you deal for details in this respect.

  • Outages 9.7.1.1 Outage Authority and Coordination. Interconnection Customer and Transmission Owner may each in accordance with Good Utility Practice in coordination with the other Party and Transmission Provider remove from service any of its respective Interconnection Facilities, System Protection Facilities, Network Upgrades, System Protection Facilities or Distribution Upgrades that may impact the other Party’s facilities as necessary to perform maintenance or testing or to install or replace equipment. Absent an Emergency Condition, the Party scheduling a removal of such facility(ies) from service will use Reasonable Efforts to notify one another and schedule such removal on a date and time mutually acceptable to the Parties. In all circumstances, any Party planning to remove such facility(ies) from service shall use Reasonable Efforts to minimize the effect on the other Parties of such removal.

  • Sub-loop Elements 2.8.1 Where facilities permit, BellSouth shall offer access to its Unbundled Sub-Loop (USL) elements as specified herein.

  • Unbundled Network Elements 35.4.1. The charges that CLEC shall pay to Sprint for Unbundled Network Elements are set forth in Table One of this Agreement. 35.5. Collocation