Centralized Message Distribution System definition

Centralized Message Distribution System or "CMDS" means the operation system that Local Exchange Carriers use to exchange outcollect and IABS access messages among each other and other parties connected to CMDS.
Centralized Message Distribution System. (CMDS) means the transport system that LECs use to exchange outcollect and Carrier Access Billing SystemCABS” access messages among each other and other Parties connected to CMDS.
Centralized Message Distribution System. (CMDS) means the billing record and clearing house transport system that the Regional Bell Operating Companies ("RBOCs") and other incumbent LECs use to efficiently exchange out collects and in collects as well as Carrier Access Billing System ("CABS") records.

Examples of Centralized Message Distribution System in a sentence

  • Rates for BellSouth’s Centralized Message Distribution System (CMDS) are as set forth in Exhibit H of this Attachment.


More Definitions of Centralized Message Distribution System

Centralized Message Distribution System or “CMDS” is the Telcordia (formerly BellCore) administered national system, based in Kansas City, Missouri, used to exchange Exchange Message Interface (EMI) formatted data among host companies.
Centralized Message Distribution System. (CMDS) – means all the applications located in the Telcordia Technologies St. Louis facility are used for the exchange of data between LECs that are Direct Participants of the systems.
Centralized Message Distribution System. (CMDS)” means the industry-wide data collection system, which handles the daily exchange of message details between CMDS participating telephone companies (also known as CMDS Direct Participants). AT&T-21STATE is a CMDS Direct Participant.
Centralized Message Distribution System or “CMDS” means the national operation system that Local Exchange Carriers use to exchange EMI formatted data among host companies. dwcgi-11810-1028474828-680357000.doc Page 3 of 18
Centralized Message Distribution System is a national system, that Local Exchange Carriers use to exchange Exchange Message Interface (EMI) formatted data among host companies.
Centralized Message Distribution System or "CMDS" means the billing record and clearing house transport systems that incumbent LECs use to exchange out-collects, in-collects and Carrier Access Billing System ("CABS") records.