Downstream Customer definition

Downstream Customer means any person acquiring a Customer Product or a Downstream Product, including: (a) any Carrier, Carriage Service Provider or Content Service Provider acquiring a wholesale Customer Product; (b) any Carrier, Carriage Service Provider or Content Service Provider acquiring a wholesale Downstream Product; and (c) any Designated End User.
Downstream Customer as defined in Section 5.1.8(a)(i);

Examples of Downstream Customer in a sentence

NBN Co may take remedial action for breach of those terms by Customer or Downstream Customer in accordance with the Service Description for the NBN Co Platform Interfacing Service, which may include suspension of access to the NBN Co Site Qualification System, Site Qualification Information and/or FNN/ULL Data.

Gatherer’s nomination forms may include other information required by Gatherer to confirm Shipper’s nomination with Shipper’s Transporter, Downstream Customer, and/or Point(s) of Receipt Operator.

The Customer must not (and must use reasonable endeavours to ensure that each Downstream Customer does not) damage or interfere with, or remove, any cable, infrastructure or associated equipment that is built, installed or used in connection with the Fibre Build.

The Customer (and any Downstream Customer) does not obtain any right, title or interest (whether legal, equitable or statutory) in any part of the infrastructure, cable or associated equipment built, installed or used by nbn in connection with this Agreement.

The contact person nominated in Schedule A to this Agreement (or as otherwise notified in writing to nbn) must be authorised to send and receive notices on behalf of each Downstream Customer.

This Agreement does not create any obligation or legal relationship between nbn and any Downstream Customer or any other third party (in this clause 23.2, Third Parties).

We had exhausted the crocodiles, and begun with the alligators, when the garden-bell rang.

Your organisation may only place a Service Transfer Order requesting a Connect Outstanding Transfer if:  your organisation is the Gaining Customer;  your organisation has a valid Customer Authority; and  the relevant NEBS Product is supplied to the Other Losing Customer in respect of a designated end user who is not the same person as the Designated End User to whom your organisation or a Downstream Customer propose to supply a Customer Product or Downstream Product (as the case may be).

For an installation by your organisation, an Appointment at the relevant Premises is not required Your organisation must ensure that any technicians that carry out any works associated with an installation by your organisation or a Downstream Customer are registered cablers, hold all relevant industry certifications and otherwise comply with all applicable laws, regulations and standards.

Customer must comply with the Installation Guide – Fibre and WNTD Installation Manual (as applicable) as notified by NBN Co to Customer from time to time.Customer must provide all necessary information relating to the Installation works to the Downstream Customer who is the End User, including the date and time of the Installation, application of Late Cancellation Charges and Missed Appointment Fees set out in the Price List and any other matters associated with the Installation.

Related to Downstream Customer

Existing Customer means an individual who has purchased goods or services from a person, who is the recipient of a voice communication from that person, and who either paid for the goods or services within the 12 months preceding the voice communication or has not paid for the goods and services at the time of the voice communication because of a prior agreement between the person and the individual.
Business Customer means a customer that is a business operating in any form, including a sole proprietorship. Sales to a non-profit organization, to a trust, to the U.S. Government, to a foreign, state or local government, or to an agency or instrumentality of that government are treated as sales to a business customer and must be assigned consistent with the rules for those sales.
New Customer means any Person that is not an Exterran Customer, a Partnership Customer or an Overlapping Customer and that informs any of the Parties hereto of a need for Competitive Services.
End-Use Customer means a person or entity in Delaware that purchases electrical energy at retail prices from a Retail Electricity Supplier.
Customer means and include the account debtor with respect to any Receivable and/or the prospective purchaser of goods, services or both with respect to any contract or contract right, and/or any party who enters into or proposes to enter into any contract or other arrangement with any Borrower, pursuant to which such Borrower is to deliver any personal property or perform any services.
End Customer means any party that is licensed to receive the Data either directly or via a Redistributor or group of Redistributors.
End User Customer means a third party retail Customer that subscribes to a Telecommunications Service provided by either of the Parties or by another Carrier or by two (2) or more Carriers.
Interconnection Customer means a person or entity that interconnects a distributed generation facility to an electric distribution system.
Retail customer means any person that purchases retail electric energy for its own consumption at
Open Access Customer means a consumer permitted by the State Commission to receive supply of electricity from a person other than distribution licensee of his area of supply or a generating company (including captive generating plant) or a licensee, who has availed of or intends to avail of open access;
Downstream means carrying a transmission from the Headend to remote points on the Cable System or to Interconnection points on the Cable System.
Digital Cross Connect System or "DCS" is a function which provides automated Cross Connection of Digital Signal Level 0 (DS0) or higher transmission bit rate digital channels within physical interface facilities. Types of DCS include but are not limited to DCS 1/0s, DCS 3/1s, and DCS 3/3s, where the nomenclature 1/0 denotes interfaces typically at the DS1 rate or greater with Cross Connection typically at the DS0 rate. This same nomenclature, at the appropriate rate substitution, extends to the other types of DCS specifically cited as 3/1 and 3/3. Types of DCS that cross connect Synchronous Transport Signal level 1 (STS-1 s) or other Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) signals (e.g., STS-3) are also DCS, although not denoted by this same type of nomenclature. DCS may provide the functionality of more than one of the aforementioned DCS types (e.g., DCS 3/3/1 which combines functionality of DCS 3/3 and DCS 3/1). For such DCS, the requirements will be, at least, the aggregation of requirements on the "component" DCS. In locations where automated Cross Connection capability does not exist, DCS will be defined as the combination of the functionality provided by a Digital Signal Cross Connect (DSX) or Light Guide Cross Connect (LGX) patch panels and D4 channel banks or other DS0 and above multiplexing equipment used to provide the function of a manual Cross Connection. Interconnection is between a DSX or LGX to a Switch, another Cross Connection, or other service platform device.
Downstream Affiliate means an entity whose outstanding Voting Shares were, at the date of issuance of the Qualifying Guarantee, more than 50 per cent. owned, directly or indirectly, by the Reference Entity.
Customer Content means any and all data, applications, files, information or materials accessed, transmitted, uploaded, published or displayed through the Software or Hosted Service by You, Your Users or any third party users and/or their Devices. It does not include Relationship Data or Usage Data.
household customer means a customer purchasing electricity for his own household consumption, excluding commercial or professional activities;
Supplier means the successful bidder who is awarded the contract to maintain and administer the required and specified service(s) to the State.
Host Customer means a customer under a Solar Service Agreement.
service supplier means any person that supplies a service;
wholesale customer means a natural or legal person purchasing electricity for the purpose of resale inside or outside the system where he is established;
Products and Services means the products and/or services to be sold by Vendor hereunder as identified and described on Attachment A hereto and incorporated herein, as may be updated from time to time by Vendor to reflect products and/or services offered by Vendor generally to its customers.
Micro wireless facility means a small cell facility that is not larger in dimension than 24 inches in length, 15 inches in width, and 12 inches in height and that has an exterior antenna, if any, not longer than 11 inches.
licensed water supplier means a company which is the holder for the time being of a water supply licence under Section 17A(1) of the 1991 Act(f);
Customer System means the Customer's computing environment (consisting of hardware, software and/or telecommunications networks or equipment) used by the Customer or the Supplier in connection with this Contract which is owned by or licensed to the Customer by a third party and which interfaces with the Supplier System or which is necessary for the Customer to receive the Services;
End Users means a Third Party residence or business that subscribes to Telecommunications Services provided by any of the Parties at retail. As used herein, the term “End User(s)” does not include any of the Parties to this Agreement with respect to any item or service obtained under this Agreement.
Customer Group means the Customer and where the Customer is a company, its holding company (if any) and their respective subsidiaries from time to time;
Self-service storage facility means any real property designed and used for the purpose of renting or leasing individual storage space to occupants who are to have access to such for the purpose of storing and removing personal property. No occupant shall use a self-service storage facility for residential purposes. A self-service storage facility is not a warehouse as used in Article 7 of Title 6. If an owner issues any warehouse receipt, bill of lading or other document of title for the personal property stored, the owner and the occupant are subject to Article 7 of Title 6, and this chapter does not apply.