Exchange Message Interface definition

Exchange Message Interface or "EMI" means the format used for exchange of Telecommunications message information among Telecommunications Carriers. It is referenced in the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) document that defines industry guidelines for the exchange of message records.
Exchange Message Interface or “EMI” means the standard used for exchange of Telecommunications message information among Telecommunications Carriers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMI format is contained in document SR-320 published by the Alliance for Telecom Industry Solutions.
Exchange Message Interface or “EMI” means the system used among ILECs for exchanging Telecommunications message information for billable, non- billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMI format is contained in BR-010-200- 010 XXXX EMI, published by Bellcore and which defines the industry standard for EMIs. dwcgi-11810-1028474828-680357000.doc Page 7 of 18

Examples of Exchange Message Interface in a sentence

  • Exchange Message Interface is the nationally administered standard format for the exchange of data among the Exchange Carriers within the telecommunications industry.

  • Centralized Message Distribution System 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.

  • Daily Usage File is the compilation of messages or copies of messages in standard Exchange Message Interface (EMI) format exchanged from BellSouth to a CLEC.

  • Such Customer Usage Data shall be provided by SBC-13STATE in accordance with Exchange Message Interface (EMI) guidelines supported by OBF.

  • BellSouth will record CUSTOMER’s End User messages and forward such messages to CUSTOMER via the ODUF in Exchange Message Interface (EMI) format.

  • The Parties shall provide to each other intraLATA 800 Access Detail Usage Data for Customer billing and intraLATA 800 Copy Detail Usage Data for access billing in Exchange Message Interface (EMI) format.

  • Daily Usage File is the compilation of messages or copies of messages in standard Exchange Message Interface (EMI) format exchanged from BellSouth to an CLEC.

  • An Exchange Message Interface (EMI) was formerly known as an Exchange Message Record (EMR).

  • An Exchange Message Interface is the standard used for the exchange of telecommunications message information among Telecommunications Carriers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement, and study data.

  • Such Customer Usage Data will be provided by SBC-13STATE in accordance with Exchange Message Interface (EMI) guidelines supported by OBF.


More Definitions of Exchange Message Interface

Exchange Message Interface or "EMI" means the format used for exchange of Telecommunications message information among Telecommunications Carriers. It is referenced in the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) document that defines industry guidelines for the exchange of message records. "Exchange Message Record" or "EMR" is the standard used for exchange of telecommunications message information between telecommunications providers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMR format is contained in BR-010-200-010 XXXX Exchange Message Record, a Telcordia document that defines industry standards for exchange message records. "Exchange Service" or "Extended Area Service (EAS)/Local Traffic" means traffic that is originated and terminated within the Local Calling Area as determined by the Commission.
Exchange Message Interface is the nationally administered standard format for the exchange of data among the Exchange Carriers within the telecommunications industry.
Exchange Message Interface is the format used for the exchange of telecommunications message information. EMI format is contained in the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) document that defines industry guidelines for exchange message records. “Non-Intercompany Settlement” (NICS) is a revenue exchange process for messages which originate from CLEC and xxxx to SBC MIDWEST REGION 5- STATE and message which originate from SBC MIDWEST REGION 5-STATE and xxxx to CLEC. NICS messages must originate and xxxx within the same SBC MIDWEST REGION 5-STATE Company. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO SBC CONNECTICUT ONLY “800 Series” is a Telecommunications Service for business or residence that allows calls to be made to a specific location at no charge to the calling party. Use of the “800” Service Access Code (e.g., 800, 888) denotes calls that are to be billed to the receiving party. A computer database in the provider’s network translates the 800 series number into a conventional 7 or 10 digit phone number for network switching and routing. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE TO SBC CALIFORNIA ONLY
Exchange Message Interface or "EMI" means the standard used for exchange of telecommunications message information among Telecommunications Carriers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMI format is contained in Bellcore Practice BR-010-200-010 CRIS Exchange Message Interface, a Bell Communications Research, Inc. (“Bellcore”) document that defines industry standards for Exchange Message Interfaces.
Exchange Message Interface or "EMI" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1 of Exhibit B of the Agreement.
Exchange Message Interface or “EMI” (formerly Exchange Message Record - EMR) means the standard used for exchange of Telecommunications message information among Telecommunications providers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMI format is contained in Bellcore Practice BR-010-200-010 XXXX Exchange Message Record.

Related to Exchange Message Interface

  • Exchange Message Record or "EMR" is the standard used for exchange of telecommunications message information between telecommunications providers for billable, non-billable, sample, settlement and study data. EMR format is contained in BR-010-200-010 XXXX Exchange Message Record, a Telcordia document that defines industry standards for exchange message records. "Exchange Service" or "Extended Area Service (EAS)/Local Traffic" means traffic that is originated and terminated within the Local Calling Area as determined by the Commission.

  • Centralized Message Distribution System (CMDS) means the transport system that LECs use to exchange outcollect and Carrier Access Billing System “CABS” access messages among each other and other Parties connected to CMDS.