Port definition

Port means a line or trunk connection point, including a line card and associated peripheral equipment, on a Central Office Switch but does not include Switch features. The Port serves as the hardware termination for line or Trunk Side facilities connected to the Central Office Switch. Each Line Side Port is typically associated with one or more telephone numbers that serve as the Customer's network address.
Port means any port the subject of the Xxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxx 0000 (WA) or the Shipping and Pilotage Xxx 0000 (WA);
Port means the Port of Tacoma. The Port will designate in writing a representative (usually the Engineer) who shall have the authority to act on the Port’s behalf related to the Project. The “Port” does not include staff, maintenance, or safety workers, or other Port employees or consultants that may contact the Contractor or be present at the Project site.

Examples of Port in a sentence

  • Xxxx Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxx Xxxxx, Manager, Human Resources Business Agent Port Xxxxxx Dry Docks Local 680 Dated this 13th day of November, 1997.

  • CLEC desires to purchase from Qwest certain combinations of Network Elements, ancillary functions, and additional features, including without limitation, the local Loop, Port, switching, and Shared Transport.

  • Title to Products shipped under any Purchase Order shall pass to SunPower upon delivery to the Origin Port.

  • Enphase will use commercially reasonable efforts to deliver all Products to the Origin Port on or before the Delivery Date, subject to applicable Delivery Lead Times.

  • Enphase shall invoice SunPower for Products (“Invoice”) on or after the Delivery Date of such Products to the Origin Port.

More Definitions of Port

Port means the particular port owned by ABP which the Customer is using or intending to use in the circumstances and includes all land, water, quays, jetties, buildings and other structures within ABP’s statutory harbour jurisdiction or otherwise owned or operated by ABP and references to the “Port” shall be construed as if it was immediately followed with the words “or any part of it”;
Port means an area of land and water made up of such infrastructure and equipment, so as to permit the reception of waterborne vessels, their loading and unloading, the storage of goods, the receipt and delivery of those goods and the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers, crew and other persons and any other infrastructure necessary for transport operators in the port;
Port is the point of interface/access connection to the SNET public switched network. This may be a switch line side interface or switch trunk side interface.
Port means a termination on a Central Office Switch that permits Customers to send or receive Telecommunications over the public switched network, but does not include switch features or switching functionality.
Port. , except for the loop, means the entirety of local exchange, including dial tone, a telephone number, switching software, local calling, and access to directory assistance, a white pages listing, operator services, and interexchange and intra-LATA toll carriers.
Port means a seaport or a port on an inland body of water where ships on an international voyage arrive or depart;
Port means the Port of San Francisco.