Feature Upgrades definition

Feature Upgrades means Software changes resulting in new functionality or features and for which Quantum separately charges its customers in the normal course of its business. “Firmware” means software that resides in or is embedded in hardware, such as programmable read-only memory, and is not separately licensed by Quantum; “Major Error” means any Software or Firmware Error that causes one or more material components to fail to function as specified in its applicable Documentation; “Minor Error” means any Software or Firmware Error that is not a Major Error that causes one or more components of the Software to fail to function as specified in its applicable Documentation; “Release” means changes to Software or Firmware that Quantum designates as bug fixes, or as minor or incremental updates; “Support Contract” means an agreement governed by these Terms and Conditions for Quantum to provide Support Services on designated Product; “Software” means the Quantum branded software designated at the time of sale and sold and licensed separately for a Designated System. Software does not include any third party software; and “Support Term” means the period of the fully paid Support Contract, available for purchase on a one year or multi-year basis.

Examples of Feature Upgrades in a sentence

  • Changes to Software designated by Quantum as Feature Upgrades are sold separately and not included in a contract for Support Services.

  • Feature Upgrades, labeled as “Main Release” or “MR” in the download version, include major feature upgrades to the software functional specifications.

  • Quantum on-site installation services for Updates and/or Feature Upgrades shall be available to Customer for a fee as Professional Services.

  • ALERT™ Maintenance Updates, Hot Fixes, Feature Upgrades Hot Fix, labeled at “HF” in the download version, includes any major software code corrections that are highly necessary for the primary functions of the ALERT software.

  • Feature Upgrades to the ALERT software are performed periodically and are automatically provided to customer databases hosted in the WATCHMAN Data Center.

  • Each party will be responsible for its own expenses in connection with these discussions.

  • Feature Upgrades‌ The following Feature Upgrades may be purchased and licensed in addition to some of the Standard Products.

  • Quantum on-site installation services for new Releases and/or Feature Upgrades shall be available to Customer for a fee as Professional Services.

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  • New Releases containing Feature Upgrades will be available without cost under this section, but will not include the functionality of the Quantum Sales and Support Terms and Conditions November 2013 Feature Upgrade unless the Feature Upgrade is purchased at Quantum’s then-current list price.

Related to Feature Upgrades

  • Software Upgrade means a release of Software, in object code form, or firmware, which adds new functionality and feature enhancements to the Software or Equipment. Kodak software releases that are designated as Software Upgrade will be identified A.B.x where the A &B designates the release as a Software Upgrade.

  • Network Upgrades means modifications or additions to transmission-related facilities that are integrated with and support the Transmission Provider’s overall Transmission System for the general benefit of all users of such Transmission System. Network Upgrades shall include:

  • Upgrade means the addition or retrofit of some systems such as cathodic protection, lining, or spill and overfill controls to improve the ability of an underground storage tank system to prevent the release of product.

  • Local Upgrades means modifications or additions of facilities to xxxxx any local thermal loading, voltage, short circuit, stability or similar engineering problem caused by the interconnection and delivery of generation to the Transmission System. Local Upgrades shall include:

  • Electric System Upgrades means any Network Upgrades, Distribution Upgrades, or Interconnection Facilities that are determined to be necessary by the CAISO or Participating Transmission Owner, as applicable, to physically and electrically interconnect the Project to the Participating Transmission Owner’s electric system for receipt of Energy at the Point of Interconnection (as defined in the CAISO Tariff) if connecting to the CAISO Grid, or the Interconnection Point, if connecting to a part of the Participating TO’s electric system that is not part of the CAISO Grid.

  • Merchant Network Upgrades means additions to, or modifications or replacements of, physical facilities of the Interconnected Transmission Owner that, on the date of the pertinent Transmission Interconnection Customer’s Upgrade Request, are part of the Transmission System or are included in the Regional Transmission Expansion Plan. Merchant Transmission Facilities:

  • Upgrades means all new versions and releases of, and bug fixes, error corrections, Workarounds, updates, upgrades, modifications, patches for, the Licensed Software, Deliverables, Documentation, or any other portion of the Work.

  • Software Updates means the Software releases, service packs, build updates or emergency fixes released from time to time in accordance with the Vocera’s update policy for such Software.

  • Software Update means a package used to upgrade software to a new version including a change of the configuration parameters.

  • Support Service means an activity, such as information technology, accounting, human resources, legal, and other support functions that are required to support the ongoing delivery of core services.

  • Supplier System means the information and communications technology system used by the Supplier in performing the Services including the Software, the Equipment and related cabling (but excluding the Customer System);

  • functionality means the ability of a tenderer to provide goods or services in accordance with specifications as set out in the tender documents.

  • Customized Software or “Customization” means any Application Software code modified or amended on behalf of the Customer. Setting of parameters, parameterization or configuration is not a Customization.

  • Interface means the mixture occurring in pipeline operations between adjoining batches having similar or dissimilar physical characteristics.

  • 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;

  • Module means specific portion of the Application Software designated as such in the Documentation made available to the Customer under the Notification Form.

  • Signaling System 7 (SS7 means a signaling protocol used by the CCS Network.

  • Customer-Funded Upgrade means any Network Upgrade, Local Upgrade, or Merchant Network Upgrade for which cost responsibility (i) is imposed on an Interconnection Customer or an Eligible Customer pursuant to Tariff, Part VI, section 217, or (ii) is voluntarily undertaken by a New Service Customer in fulfillment of an Upgrade Request. No Network Upgrade, Local Upgrade or Merchant Network Upgrade or other transmission expansion or enhancement shall be a Customer-Funded Upgrade if and to the extent that the costs thereof are included in the rate base of a public utility on which a regulated return is earned. Customer Interconnection Facilities:

  • Customer Systems means the Customer's information technology infrastructure, including computers, software, hardware, databases, electronic systems (including database management systems), and networks, whether operated by Customer or through the use of third-party services.

  • Network Interface Device or "NID" is a Network Element (including all of its features, functions and capabilities) that includes any means of Interconnection of End User Customer premises wiring to Qwest's distribution plant, such as a cross connect device used for that purpose. "New Service Provider" means the Party to which an End User Customer switches its local Exchange Service or the Party to which an End User Customer is porting its telephone number(s).

  • IVR means the Servicer’s standard interactive voice response system.

  • Network Service User means an entity using Network Transmission Service.

  • Signaling System 7 (SS7) means a signaling protocol used by the CCS Network.

  • Service Drop means a cable that, by its design, capacity and relationship to other cables of the Company, can be reasonably considered to be for the sole purpose of connecting backbone of the Equipment to not more than one individual customer or building point of presence or property;

  • smart metering system means an electronic system that can measure energy consumption, providing more information than a conventional meter, and can transmit and receive data for information, monitoring and control purposes, using a form of electronic communication;

  • Service Desk means the single point of entry for all Service Tickets and Service Requests which can be accessed over the phone, by email or via our portal.