Licensed capacity definition

Licensed capacity means the number of children the Department has determined the day care home can care for at any one time in addition to any children living in the home who are under the age of 12 years. Children age 12 and over on the premises are not considered in determining licensed capacity.
Licensed capacity means the maximum usage of and the specific content of the Software (e.g., aggregate daily volume of data indexed, number of nodes, amount of features etc.) that is permitted under the type of license included and described in the applicable Order. The available types of license and License Capacity are described in Exhibit B.
Licensed capacity means the total number of persons for whom

Examples of Licensed capacity in a sentence

  • Main- tenance fees will apply from the effective date of such additional Licensed Capacity and con- tinue for a period of one year thereafter, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the parties, so that Maintenance for Your previously acquired Software and added Licensed Capacity is cote- rminous.

  • Regardless of usage type, You shall immediately notify Parasoft in writing of any increase in use beyond the Licensed Capacity.

  • Such report will be certified by an officer of Yours and will specify, with respect to Your Soft- ware: (a) the type and amount of Licensed Capacity; (b) the version; and (c) the Parasoft license serial number.

  • Parasoft shall be responsible for its own costs and expenses in conducting the audit, unless the audit indicates that You have exceeded its Licensed Capacity or otherwise exceeds its license restrictions, such that the then-current list price of non-compliant Software deployment exceeds five percent (5%) of the total then-current list price of the Software actually licensed by You, in which event You shall, upon demand, reimburse Parasoft for all reasonable costs and expenses of the audit.

  • Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Parasoft grants to You a perpetual, non-exclusive license to use the Software within the Territory, in accordance with the User Documentation and in compliance with the authorized Licensed Capacity.

More Definitions of Licensed capacity

Licensed capacity means the maximum permitted use of the Software based on capacity-based pricing metrics identified in the Order Instrument, including, without limitation, Concurrent Users, Named Users, Seats, Instances and Servers.
Licensed capacity means the total number of persons for whom the health care institution is authorized by the Department to provide services as required pursuant to this Chapter if the person is expected to stay in the health care institution for more than 24 hours. For a hospital, licensed capacity means only those beds specified on the hospital license. (A.R.S. § 36-401)
Licensed capacity means the maximum number of children allowed under the license to be in the licensed premises at any one time;
Licensed capacity means the quantity of each Program licensed as specified in an Order.
Licensed capacity means the maximum number of children permitted in the child care center at any one (1) time as stated on the license. This may be different than the fire and building occupant load capacity.
Licensed capacity is defined (includes quantity, licensing metric, and term of license) as and notified in the License Certificate when Standalone Software is licensed hereunder, the number of licenses of each type of Standalone Software that Company purchases from time-to-time and is then-validly licensed to Company under this Agreement, based upon Trend Micro’s licensing measurement for each particular Standalone Software. The applicable licensing metrics/measurements (which may include, without limitation, measurement by Computer/CPU, Virtual Machine, device, node, Instance, Server, and user, as applicable) available to Company for Standalone Software licensed hereunder will be determined by Trend Micro from time-to-time for each Product.
Licensed capacity means the same as in A.R.S. § 36-401.