Definition of Telecommunications Systems


Telecommunications Systems means PBX, phone systems, call accounting and pocket paging systems, and high-speed Internet access.

Examples of Telecommunications Systems in a sentence

Borrower will not and will not permit its Subsidiaries directly or indirectly to engage in any business other than businesses of owning, constructing, managing and operating Telecommunications Systems, or other lines of business necessary to or ancillary to the foregoing or consistent with advances in the Telecommunications Systems industry.
The operator engages other companies of the group and all other subcontractors involved to observe the secrecy of telecommunications pursuant to Section 10, par.of the Telecommunications Systems Law as well as to comply with the provisions of the Enterprises Data Protection Regulations.
The Data & Telecommunications Systems Amount is not subject to change pursuant to a Change Order.
The Loan Parties will not, and will not permit their respective Subsidiaries to, directly or indirectly, engage in any business other than businesses of owning, constructing, managing and operating Telecommunications Systems, or other lines of business necessary to or ancillary to the foregoing or consistent with advances in the Telecommunications Systems industry.
Business shall mean Hitachis fiber optic component business of designing, developing, manufacturing, distributing, marketing and selling Products operated by Hitachis Telecommunications Systems Division as of January 30, 2001, and as operated by OpNext Japan between January 31, 2001 and the Closing Date.