Definition of Technically Feasible


Technically Feasible means that a Collocation arrangement is Technically Feasible if, in accordance with either national standards or industry practice, there is no significant technical impediment to its establishment. Technical impediment shall be determined consistent with the definition of Technically Feasible in 47 CFR Section 51.5 to the extent that definition may be effective at the time of such determination. A rebuttable presumption that a Collocation arrangement is Technically Feasible shall arise if the arrangement has been deployed by any ILEC in the country.
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Examples of Technically Feasible in a sentence

Provides CLEC's End User Customers the operator services listed in this Section branded with the brand of CLEC (CLEC-specific branding), where Technically Feasible, or with a generic brand.
Provides CLEC Local and national Directory Assistance Service that is branded with the brand of CLEC (CLEC-specific branding), where Technically Feasible, or with a generic brand.
Qwest Tandem Switch to CLEC Tandem Switch connections will be provided where Technically Feasible.
The rooftop, duct, conduit, and riser cable space for Microwave Entrance Facilities is available on a first-come, first- served basis, where Technically Feasible.
CenturyLink shall make space available in adjacent controlled environmental vaults, controlled environmental huts, or similar structures to the extent Technically Feasible.