Definition of Technical Failure


Technical Failure means the failure to meet the required level of technical performance of the Products, in terms of the following:


Technical Failure means [*], or [*], or [*], or [*], or [*]. [*]=CERTAIN INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE COMMISSION. CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT HAS BEEN REQUESTED WITH RESPECT TO THE OMITTED PORTIONS.

Technical Failure means STI's good faith determination

Examples of Technical Failure in a sentence

Any time following the [*] the Effective Date, either Party may terminate this Agreement, subject to Section 14.10, upon the provision of ninety (90) days written notice if Development of all Collaboration Products and all Pooled Compounds have been discontinued for Technical Failure and/or Commercial Failure.
If within two years after the Effective Date, the Development of Collaboration Products containing any two of the Pooled Compounds contributed by a Party is discontinued due to Technical Failure, it will be the option of the Party who contributed the discontinued compounds to discover and offer up to the collaboration two Replacement Compounds as replacements for the discontinued compounds within twelve months following the discontinuation of the second failed compound.
Any time following the third anniversary of the Effective Date, either Party may terminate this Agreement, subject to Section 14.10, upon the provision of ninety (90) days written notice if Development of all Collaboration Products and all Pooled Compounds have been discontinued for Technical Failure and/or Commercial Failure.
In the case of Technical Failure, Commercial Failure or Delay, Biosense will have the right to act as sole distributor of such additional Stereotaxis Localization Systems (and proprietary electrophysiological localized disposable devices to be used therewith), based on reasonable commercial terms to be mutually agreed upon by Biosense and Stereotaxis.
Parent shall provide, or shall cause the Surviving Corporation to provide, as applicable, the Equityholders Representative with written notice, including reasonable details supporting such determination as Parent determines to provide in its sole discretion, within fifteen (15) days of any determination by Parent or the Surviving Corporation that any Technical Failure has occurred with respect to any of the Company Earnout Products.