Up time definition

Up time means the time period when specified services with specified technical and service standards are available to user(s)
Up time means the time periods where specified services with specified technical and service standards are available to under(s)
Up time means the time period when specified services with specified technical and service standards are available to user(s). More details below. Down Time: Down Time is defined as the time during which the systems and/or services running on it are not available or are deemed to be not available to the users in part or full due to any non – functioning, repairs / problems/failure of support equipment etc. The downtime will be counted from the time problem is reported to the bidder electronically or telephonically or online or by any other means till problem is solved / rectified to the satisfaction of user. Penalty shall be applicable once the admissible down time is crossed as per bid conditions. Example of down time:If complaint is made at 6.00 PM and equipment is restored at 11.00 AM of next day, down time will be 17 hours. (6.00 PM to 12.00 Mid Night. Mid Night to 11.00 AM)If CVT attached to equipment is down and equipment could not be used due to that, both equipment as well as CVT shall be deemed down. Calculation of up time for each equipment:(No. Hours in 3 months – Down time in hours in 3 months) X100/ (No. Of hours in 3 months’ period)

Examples of Up time in a sentence

  • Service Up time in Warranty & CMC at Section I: Instructions to Tenderers under sub-section A.

  • Service Up time in Warranty at Section I: Instructions to Tenderers under sub-section A.

  • In case of failure by the Tenderer to perform according to this Contact to keep Service Up time in Warranty & CMC of all of the Goods, the Company may exercise one or several of the penal provisions as per table – 8, Service Up time in Warranty & CMC at Section I: Instructions to Tenderers under sub-section A.

  • In case of failure by the Tenderer to perform according to this Contact to keep ServiceUp time in Warranty & CMC of all of the Goods, the Company may exercise one or several of the penal provisions as per table – 8, Service Up time in Warranty & CMC at Section I: Instructions to Tenderers under sub-section A.

  • Service Up time in Warranty & CMC Working condition for a minimum period of 354 days out of a period of 365 days.


More Definitions of Up time

Up time means the time period when specified services with specified technical and service standards are available to user(s). More details below.
Up time shall have the meaning set forth in Exhibit F attached hereto.
Up time means the % of time that all primary functions are running simultaneously out of the supported hours per quarter. As a minimum, the Customer requires 97% Up Time. For example, with 62 days in a quarter at 8.5 hours per day, all primary functions are required to be available for over 511 hours out of 527 hours covered;
Up time means a time period during the Service Hours (excluding any Maintenance Windows) in which any appropriately permissioned Authorised User is able to read and update Patient Records within the Solution;
Up time. The parties have agreed to amend current Section 20.E.8 of the MOUs to increase the flexibility of make-up time and further agree that such make-up time can only be done within the same workweek as the missed time.
Up time means and is to be measured by: (i) the total number of minutes during a calendar month in which the Services are completely available and usable, excluding time spent on Approved Maintenance, (ii) divided by the total number of minutes during the calendar month. “Approved Maintenance” means notified and scheduled maintenance. The following formula shall be used to calculate Up Time for a given month: Up Time = (Total minutes in the calendar month – Total minutes Downtime in such month) / (Total minutes in the calendar month)
Up time means the average availability of services provided to the THE USERS by SAHRA, measured against prime time minus the time services are not available. X0 XXXXXXXXXXXXX XxX Xxxxxxxxxx of Understanding CPI Consumer Price Index DB Database DBA Database administration/database administrator DBMS Database Management System DC Data Centre DRP Disaster Recovery Plan ELS Emergency Lending Server FDS Functional Design Specification HW Hardware ICT Information Communication Technology IS Information Systems ISS Information System Security ISO International Organisation for Standardisation IT Information Technology JIT Just-In-Time MTT Mean Time To OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer OS Operating System THE USERS Personal Computer QOS Quality of Service RFQ Request for Quotation SE Service Element SEG Service Element Group SAHRA South African Heritage Resources Agency SL Service Level SLA Service Level Agreement SOP Standard Operating Manual SAHRIS South African Heritage Resources Information System SW Software