MECOD definition

MECOD refers to the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed by the Ordering/Provisioning Committee of the OBF, which functions under the auspices of the CLC of ATIS. The MECOD document, published by ATIS as ATIS/OBF- MECAB- Issue 3, February 1993, establishes methods for processing orders for access service which is to be provided to an IXC by two or more telecommunications providers.
MECOD means the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed by the Ordering/Provisioning Committee of the OBF. The MECOD document, published by Bellcore as Special Report SR STS-002643 (and SRBDS 00983), establishes recommended guidelines for processing orders for Exchange Access Service which is to be provided by two or more Local Exchange Carriers.
MECOD means the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed under the auspices of the Billing Committee of the OBF which functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. The MECOD document, published by Bellcore as Special Report SR STS-002643, establishes recommended guidelines for processing orders for access and other connectivity services which is to be provided by two or more LECs (including a LEC and a CLEC), or by one LEC or CLEC in two or more states within a single LATA.

Examples of MECOD in a sentence

  • A Telephone Company that renders a meet point bill, the Bill Rendering Company, will render the bill in accordance with the industry standards as described in the Multiple Exchange Carrier Access Billing (MECAB) Guidelines and the Multiple Exchange Carrier Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines.


More Definitions of MECOD

MECOD refers to the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed by the Ordering/Provisioning Committee under the auspices of the Ordering and Billing Forum (OBF), that functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. The MECOD document establishes recommended guidelines for processing orders for Access Service.
MECOD refers to the MULTIPLE EXCHANGE CARRIERS ORDERING AND DESIGN ("MECOD") GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS SERVICES - INDUSTRY SUPPORT INTERFACE, a document developed by the Ordering/Provisioning Committee under the auspices of the Ordering and Billing Forum ("OBF"), which functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee ("CLC") of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions ("ATIS"). The MECOD document, published by Bellcore as Special Report SR-STS-002643, establish methods for processing orders for access service which is to be provided by two or more LECs.
MECOD means the Multiple Exchange Carriers Ordering and Design (MECOD) Guidelines for Access Services - Industry Support Interface, a document developed under the auspices of the Billing Committee of the OBF which functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions. The MECOD document, published by Bellcore as Special Report SR STS-002643, establishes recommended guidelines for processing orders for access and other connectivity services which is to be provided by two or more LECs (including a LEC and a CLEC), or by one LEC or CLEC in two or more states within a single LATA. "Network Element" or "Element" The term “network element” generally means a facility or equipment used in the provision of a Telecommunications Service. Specific references to the terms “Network Element”, “unbundled Network Element”, “Unbundled Network Element”, “unbundled network element”, or “network element”, etc., contained in Attachment 2 and throughout this entire Agreement refer to the network elements that are to be unbundled pursuant to Section 32.9 of Part II of this Agreement and any additional network elements that are to be unbundled pursuant to the bona fide request or new service processes set forth in Attachment 12 to this Agreement. Such network elements generally include as applicable, the features, functions, and capabilities that are provided by means of such facility or equipment, including subscriber numbers, databases, signaling systems, and information sufficient for billing and collection or used in the transmission, routing, or other provision of a Telecommunications Service. Portions of this Agreement shall specify the individual features, functions, and capabilities applicable to specific network elements.

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  • MECAB refers to the Multiple Exchange Carrier Access Billing document prepared by the Billing Committee of the Ordering and Billing Forum “OBF”, which functions under the auspices of the Carrier Liaison Committee “CLC of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions “ATIS”. The MECAB document, published by ATIS as ATIS/OBF- MECAB- Issue 6, February 1998, contains the recommended guidelines for the billing of access services provided to an IXC by two or more LECs, or by one LEC in two or more states within a single LATA.

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