Network Availability definition

Network Availability means the capability of the equipment to resume functions after a remotely initiated trigger has been detected by a network port;
Network Availability means the monthly uptime percentage, excluding scheduled maintenance that Company guarantees during any monthly billing cycle. “Cloud Voice Availability” means the functioning of all Cloud Voice Services including telephony and audio conferencing services that have a direct impact on new call attempts and call completions that Company guarantees during any monthly billing cycle. Secondary capabilities, such as voicemail availability, are not included in Cloud Voice Availability.
Network Availability means the CPE, when correctly connected and configured, is able ping one of SCC’s DNS servers. These are currently 89.105.96.51 and 89.105.96.52, but may be subject to change;

Examples of Network Availability in a sentence

  • Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to provide 99.999% Network Availability and 99.999% Cloud Voice Availability on a calendar-month basis.


More Definitions of Network Availability

Network Availability means the percentage of time during a specific calendar month, that the Core Network was available to pass traffic. Network Availability is based on ticket information from the Rogers Trouble Reporting System: Rogers continuously monitors each Network Node for availability. If an Out of Service condition is detected on a specific Network Node, the Core Network will be deemed to be unavailable for the length of the outage. Network Availability is calculated as the total number of minutes that the Core Network was unavailable during a specific month, divided by the total number of minutes in the specific month, multiplied by hundred (100) (for the percentage).
Network Availability means the capability of an electronic display to activate functions after a remotely initiated trigger has been detected by a network interface;
Network Availability means all the time in any calendar month that the Network is available.
Network Availability means the average network time available annually for ICSI subject to the provisions of this Agreement.
Network Availability is defined as Summit Hosting’s network’s ability to pass incoming and outgoing TCP/IP traffic. Interruptions of service or access due to problems with Customer’s ISP or connection or issues on Customer’s network are beyond Summit Hosting’s control and are not included in downtime calculations. Interruptions of service caused by denial of service or similar attacks are beyond Summit Hosting’s control and are not included in downtime calculations. Interruptions of service caused by Force Majeure Events are not included in downtime calculations. A “Force Majeure Event” means an event beyond reasonable control rendering performance commercially unreasonable, including, but not limited to acts of God, war, acts of terrorism, natural disasters, embargo, prohibitive or punitive duties, shortage of materials, failure of performance by suppliers, acts of governments, delay of carrier, power failure, or failure of telecommunications or internet service.
Network Availability means the percentage of the time that each access device used to provide Dial-Up Access Services is reachable through the Vendor Network from the Customer's front-end hosts and vice-versa.
Network Availability means a measure of the percentage of time a Requesting Carrier’s Wholesale Special Access circuits, provided by a single Provisioning Carrier, are not Out of Service during each month (excluding CRTs), expressed as a percentage of the total time available during the month on all Wholesale Special Access circuits provisioned by the Provisioning Carrier as of the end of the month.