Query means a message that represents a request to a Database for information.
Driver means a person who drives or is in actual physical control of a vehicle.
CPU (Central Processing Unit) means a functional unit in a computer that interprets and executes instructions. If the right of Use is based on CPUs and if the Licensed Component is used on a single computer with multiple CPUs, the CPU license must correspond with the number of respective CPU’s contained within such Computer
Headend means any facility for signal reception and dissemination on a Cable System, including cables, antennas, wires, satellite dishes, monitors, switchers, modulators, processors for Broadcast Signals, equipment for the Interconnection of the Cable System with adjacent Cable Systems and Interconnection of any networks which are part of the Cable System, and all other related equipment and facilities.
Identifier means information that a user:
Location Routing Number or "LRN" means a unique ten- (10)-digit number assigned to a Central Office Switch in a defined geographic area for call routing purposes. This ten- (10)-digit number serves as a network address and the routing information is stored in a database. Switches routing calls to subscribers whose telephone numbers are in portable NXXs perform a database query to obtain the Location Routing Number that corresponds with the Switch serving the dialed telephone number. Based on the Location Routing Number, the querying Carrier then routes the call to the Switch serving the ported number. The term "LRN" may also be used to refer to a method of LNP. "Long Distance Service" (see "Interexchange Service").
LRN means a unique ten- (10)-digit number assigned to a Central Office Switch in a defined geographic area for call routing purposes. This ten- (10)-digit number serves as a network address and the routing information is stored in a database. Switches routing calls to subscribers whose telephone numbers are in portable NXXs perform a database query to obtain the Location Routing Number that corresponds with the Switch serving the dialed telephone number. Based on the Location Routing Number, the querying Carrier then routes the call to the Switch serving the ported number. The term "LRN" may also be used to refer to a method of LNP. "Long Distance Service" (see "Interexchange Service").
FedRAMP means the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (see www.fedramp.gov), which is an assessment and authorization process that federal government agencies have been directed to use to ensure security is in place when accessing Cloud computing products and services.
Portfolio Yield means, with respect to any Monthly Period, the annualized percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is (a) the amount of Available Funds allocated to the MBNAseries pursuant to Section 501 of the Indenture, plus (b) any Interest Funding sub-Account Earnings on the related Transfer Date, plus (c) any amounts to be treated as MBNAseries Available Funds pursuant to Sections 3.20(d) and 3.27(a) of the Indenture Supplement, plus (d) the MBNAseries Servicer Interchange for such Monthly Period, minus (e) the excess, if any, of the sum of the PFA Prefunding Earnings Shortfall plus the PFA Accumulation Earnings Shortfall over the sum of the aggregate amount to be treated as MBNAseries Available Funds for such Monthly Period pursuant to Sections 3.04(a)(ii) and 3.25(a) of the Indenture Supplement plus any other amounts applied to cover earnings shortfalls on amounts in the Principal Funding sub-Account for any tranche of MBNAseries Notes for such Monthly Period, minus (f) the MBNAseries Investor Default Amount for such Monthly Period, and the denominator of which is the Weighted Average Available Funds Allocation Amount for the MBNAseries for such Monthly Period.
Hardened Password means a string of at least eight characters containing at least three of the following four character classes: Uppercase alphabetic, lowercase alphabetic, numeral, and special characters such as an asterisk, ampersand, or exclamation point.
Location Routing Number (LRN means the ten (10) digit number that is assigned to the network switching elements (Central Office–Host and Remotes as required) for the routing of calls in the network. The first six (6) digits of the LRN will be one of the assigned NPA NXX of the switching element. The purpose and functionality of the last four (4) digits of the LRN have not yet been defined but are passed across the network to the terminating switch.
Principal Cardholder means the Credit Card Account holder.
NXX “NXX Code,” “COC,” “Central Office Code,” or “CO Code” is the three-digit switch entity indicator which is defined by the fourth, fifth and sixth digits of a 10-digit telephone number within NANP.
Class X Strip Rate With respect to each Component for any Distribution Date, a rate per annum equal to: (i) the WAC Rate for such Distribution Date, minus (ii) the Pass-Through Rate for the Corresponding Certificates.
Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number means the 9-digit number assigned by Dun and Bradstreet, Inc. (D&B) to identify unique business entities.
Dilution Volatility Component means the product (expressed as a percentage) of (i) the difference between (a) the highest three (3)-month rolling average Dilution Ratio over the past 12 Calculation Periods and (b) the Adjusted Dilution Ratio, and (ii) a fraction, the numerator of which is equal to the amount calculated in (i)(a) of this definition and the denominator of which is equal to the amount calculated in (i)(b) of this definition.
Digital Signal Level 0 (DS-0 means the lowest-level signal in the time division multiplex digital hierarchy, and represents a voice-grade channel operating at either the 56 Kbps or 64 Kbps transmission bit rates. There are twenty-four (24) DS-0 channels in a DS-1.
Trunk Side means the Central Office Switch connection that is capable of, and has been programmed to treat the circuit as connecting to another switching entity (for example another Central Office Switch). Trunk-Side connections offer those transmission and signaling features appropriate for the connection of switching entities and cannot be used for the direct connection of ordinary telephone station sets.
POD Purchase Order Date;
Class X-D Strip Rate With respect to the Class X-D Component for any Distribution Date, the (i) the WAC Rate for such Distribution Date over (ii) the Pass-Through Rate for the Corresponding Certificates.
Monthly P&I means, with respect to any Receivable, the amount of each monthly installment of principal and interest payable with respect to such Receivable in accordance with the terms thereof, exclusive of any charges allocable to the financing of any insurance premium and charges which represent late payment charges or extension fees.
Routing Point means the location which a LEC has designated on its own network as the homing or routing point for traffic inbound to Exchange Service provided by the LEC which bears a certain NPA-NXX designation. The Routing Point is employed to calculate mileage measurements for the distance-sensitive transport element charges of Switched Access services. The Routing Point need not be the same as the Rating Point, nor must it be located within the Rate Center area, but must be in the same LATA as the NPA-NXX.
Class X-B Strip Rate With respect to any Class of Class X-B Components for any Distribution Date, the (i) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Pass Through Rate for such Distribution Date over (ii) the Pass-Through Rate for the Corresponding Certificates.
DNS means the Internet domain name system.
Class X-1 Strip Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, the amount, if any, by which (i) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate for such Distribution Date exceeds (ii) the sum of the Class LA-1-2-A Component Class X-2 Strip Rate and the Class A-1 Pass-Through Rate for such Distribution Date.
SPID is the number that identifies a service provider to the relevant NPAC. The SPID may be a state-specific number. "Serving Wire Center" denotes the Qwest building from which dial tone for local Exchange Service would normally be provided to a particular End User Customer premises. "Signaling System 7" or "SS7" is an out-of-band signaling protocol consisting of four basic sub- protocols: