Demarcation Point definition

Demarcation Point means the point where Qwest owned or controlled facilities cease, and CLEC, End User Customer, premises owner or landlord ownership or control of facilities begin. "Designed, Verified and Assigned Date" or "DVA" means the date on which implementation groups are to report that all documents and materials have been received and are complete.
Demarcation Point means the point where CenturyLink owned or controlled facilities cease, and CLEC, End User Customer, premises owner or landlord ownership or control of facilities begin.
Demarcation Point is that point on the loop where Sprint’s control of the facility ceases, and the End User Customer’s control of the facility begins.

Examples of Demarcation Point in a sentence

  • Unless Customer engages Granite to provide specific additional services, Customer is responsible, at its sole cost and expense, for connecting to the Demarcation Point.

  • If non-standard Hydro Ottawa conductor is used by the Customer, the Ownership Demarcation Point is the Connection point of the conductor to Hydro Ottawa’s Distribution System (i.e., the Supply Point) (Reference ECG0003).

  • The Customer is not permitted to use Hydro Ottawa’s electrical system beyond their Ownership Demarcation Point for Powerline Carrier requirements without written permission from Hydro Ottawa.


More Definitions of Demarcation Point

Demarcation Point is defined as the point at which the LEC ceases to own or control Customer Premises wiring including without limitation inside wiring. "Directory Assistance Database" contains only those published and non- listed telephone number listings obtained by Qwest from its own End User Customers and other Telecommunications Carriers. "Directory Assistance Service" includes, but is not limited to, making available to callers, upon request, information contained in the Directory Assistance Database. Directory Assistance Service includes, where available, the option to complete the call at the caller's direction.
Demarcation Point means the point of connection provided and maintained by the telephone utility to which inside station wiring becomes dedicated to an individual building or facility. For an individual dwelling, this point of connection will generally be immediately adjacent to, or within 12 inches of, the protector or the dwelling side of the protector. The drop and block, including the protector, will continue to be provided by and remain the property of the telephone utility. In the instance where a physical protector does not exist at the point of cable entrance into the building or facility, the demarcation point is defined as the entrance point of the cable into the building or facility.
Demarcation Point means a point on a property or premises where the Customer’s service is located as determined by the applicable LEC. This point is where network access recurring charges and the LEC’s responsibility stop and beyond which Customer responsibility begins.
Demarcation Point means the physical interface between the Service and Customer’s telecommunications equipment.
Demarcation Point means the CenturyLink designated: (a) physical interface between the CenturyLink Domestic Network and Customer’s telecommunications equipment; or (b) physical interface between a third-party carrier connecting the CenturyLink Domestic Network to Customer’s telecommunications equipment.
Demarcation Point means the point on the loop where AT&T-21STATE’s control of the wire ceases and the End User’s control (or in the case of some multi-unit premises, the landlord’s control) of the wire begins.