Year 2000 Compatibility definition

Year 2000 Compatibility. (and variations thereof) means, with respect to any Computer System, that such Computer System (i) records, stores, processes and provides true and accurate dates and calculations for dates and spans of dates, (ii) is and will be able to operate on a basis comparable to its current operation during and after calendar year 2000 A.D., including, but not limited to, leap years, and (iii) shall not end abnormally or provide invalid or incorrect results as a result of date data which represents or references (or fails to represent or reference) different centuries or more than one century. Any reference in this Agreement to a statute shall be to such statute, as amended from time to time, and to the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder. The words "include," "includes" and "including" shall be deemed to be followed by the phrase "without limitation."
Year 2000 Compatibility. As defined in Section 5.6(c).
Year 2000 Compatibility. Take all action necessary to assure that its computer based system has the ability to operate and effectively process data including dates on or after January 1, 2000. The Borrower shall make further inquiry as to its significant suppliers and customers regarding their respective efforts to assure such Year 2000 Compatibility . At the request of the Bank, the Borrower shall provide the Bank with such assurances as it may reasonably request to demonstrate the Borrower's compliance with the foregoing covenant."

Examples of Year 2000 Compatibility in a sentence

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  • At the request of Bank, Borrower shall provide Bank assurance acceptable to Bank of Borrower's Year 2000 Compatibility.

  • The disclosure as to Year 2000 Compatibility issues in the Company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the period ended September 30, 1999, is true and correct in all material respects and does not omit to state a material fact necessary to make the statements contained therein not misleading.

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  • That the software, firmware and/or hardware has been designed to ensure Year 2000 Compatibility, including, but not limited to, date data century recognition, calculations which accommodate same century and multiple century formulas and date values, and date data interface values that reflect the century.

  • At the request of the Deal Agent or the Backup Servicer, the Seller shall provide assurance acceptable to the Deal Agent or the Backup Servicer of the Seller's Year 2000 Compatibility.

  • True, correct and complete copies of any correspondence and/or agreements with any suppliers or customers relating to Year 2000 Compatibility issues are set forth in SCHEDULE 5.28.

  • The disclosure as to Year 2000 Compatibility issues in the Company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the period ended September 30, 1999 is complete and correct in all material respects and does not omit to state a material fact necessary to make the statements contained therein not misleading.

  • At the request of the Deal Agent, the Backup Servicer and Collateral Custodian shall provide assurance reasonably acceptable to the Deal Agent of the Backup Servicer and Collateral Custodian's Year 2000 Compatibility.

  • At the request of the Deal Agent or the Backup Servicer, the Seller shall provide assurance reasonably acceptable to the Deal Agent or the Backup Servicer of the Seller's Year 2000 Compatibility.


More Definitions of Year 2000 Compatibility

Year 2000 Compatibility refers to the ability of computer systems and non-computing equipment containing embedded microchips to perform properly date sensitive functions and to avoid any Year 2000 Problem.

Related to Year 2000 Compatibility

  • Year 2000 Compliant means, with respect to the Company's Information Technology, that the Information Technology is designed to be used prior to, during and after the calendar Year 2000, and the Information Technology used during each such time period will accurately receive, provide and process date and time data (including, but not limited to, calculating, comparing and sequencing) from, into and between the 20th and 21st centuries, including the years 1999 and 2000, and leap-year calculations, and will not malfunction, cease to function, or provide invalid or incorrect results as a result of the date or time data, to the extent that other information technology, used in combination with the Information Technology, properly exchanges date and time data with it. The Company has delivered to the Buyers true and correct copies of all analyses, reports, studies and similar written information, whether prepared by the Company or another party, relating to whether the Information Technology is Year 2000 Compliant, if any.

  • compatibility means the ability of the digital content or digital service to function with hardware or software with which digital content or digital services of the same type are normally used, without the need to convert the digital content or digital service;

  • Spectrum Compatibility means the capability of two (2) copper loop transmission system technologies to coexist in the same cable without service degradation and to operate satisfactorily in the presence of cross talk noise from each other. Spectrum compatibility is defined on a per twisted pair basis for specific well-defined transmission systems. For the purposes of issues regarding Spectrum Compatibility, service degradation means the failure to meet the Bit Error Ratio (BER) and Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) margin requirements defined for the specific transmission system for all Loop lengths, model Loops, or loss values within the requirements for the specific transmission system.

  • Year 2000 Compliance means the functions, calculations, and other computing processes of the Service Area Network (collectively "Processes") which perform and otherwise process, date arithmetic, display, print or pass date/time data in a consistent manner, regardless of the date in time on which the Processes are actually performed or the dates used in such data or the nature of the date/time data input, whether before, during or after January 1, 2000 and whether or not the date/time data is affected by leap years. To the extent any part of the Service Area Network is intended to be used in combination with other software, hardware or firmware, it will properly exchange date/time data with such software, hardware or firmware. The Service Area Network will accept and respond to two-digit year-date input, correcting or supplementing as necessary, and store, print, display or pass date/time data in a manner that is unambiguous as to century. No date/time data will cause any part of the Service Area Network to perform an abnormally ending routine or function within the Processes or generate incorrect final values or invalid results.

  • Interoperability means the ability of a CenturyLink OSS Function to process seamlessly (i.e., without any manual intervention) business transactions with CLEC's OSS application, and vice versa, by means of secure exchange of transaction data models that use data fields and usage rules that can be received and processed by the other Party to achieve the intended OSS Function and related response. (See also Electronic Bonding.)

  • Year 2000 Problem as used herein means any significant risk that computer hardware or software used in the receipt, transmission, processing, manipulation, storage, retrieval, retransmission or other utilization of data or in the operation of mechanical or electrical systems of any kind will not, in the case of dates or time periods occurring after December 31, 1999, function at least as effectively as in the case of dates or time periods occurring prior to January 1, 2000.

  • Customer Systems means the Customer's information technology infrastructure, including computers, software, hardware, databases, electronic systems (including database management systems), and networks, whether operated by Customer or through the use of third-party services.

  • QA means Quality Assurance.

  • Year 2000 Issues means anticipated costs, problems and uncertainties associated with the inability of certain computer applications to effectively handle data including dates on and after January 1, 2000, as such inability affects the business, operations and financial condition of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries and of the Borrower's and its Subsidiaries' material customers, suppliers and vendors.

  • functionality means the ability of a tenderer to provide goods or services in accordance with specifications as set out in the tender documents.

  • Quality system means a structured and documented management system describing the policies, objectives, principles, organizational authority, responsibilities, accountability, and implementation plan of an organization for ensuring quality in its work processes, products (items), and services. The quality system provides the framework for planning, implementing, and assessing work performed by the organization and for carrying out required quality assurance and quality control.

  • Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications means standards contained in Title 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 206.

  • Customer System means the Customer's computing environment (consisting of hardware, software and/or telecommunications networks or equipment) used by the Customer or the Supplier in connection with this Contract which is owned by or licensed to the Customer by a third party and which interfaces with the Supplier System or which is necessary for the Customer to receive the Services;

  • Year 2000 Ready or "Year 2000 Readiness" means that the referenced component, system, software, equipment or other item (for purposes of this definition, the "Computer System") is designed to be used prior to, during and after the calendar year 2000 A.D., and that such Computer System will operate at all levels, including microcode, firmware, application programs, user interfaces, files and databases, during each such time period without error or interruption relating to, or the product of, date data which represents or references different centuries or more than one century or leap year.

  • Supplier System means the information and communications technology system used by the Supplier in performing the Services including the Software, the Equipment and related cabling (but excluding the Customer System);

  • High-performance architectural coating means a coating used to protect architectural subsections and which meets the requirements of the Architectural Aluminum Manufacturer Associations publication number AAMA 2604-05 (Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for High Performance Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels) or 2605-05 (Voluntary Specification Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels).

  • Connectivity means the physical and logical interconnection to the TELVIVA System (including via third party data telecommunications networks) as may be specified by TELVIVA to access and use the Communication Services, including the type and bandwidth of the relevant access circuit;

  • XXXXX-Compatible Format (a) With respect to the CREFC® Schedule AL File, the Schedule AL Additional File and any other information required pursuant to Item 1111(h) of Regulation AB, XML Format or such other format as mutually agreed to between the Depositor, Certificate Administrator and the Master Servicer and (b) with respect to any other document or information, any format compatible with XXXXX, including HTML, Word, Excel or clean, searchable PDFs.

  • technical specification means, with respect to any Software, the document setting forth the technical specifications for such Software and included in the Statement of Work.

  • Baseline means the “Initial Small Business Lending Baseline” set forth on the Initial Supplemental Report (as defined in the Definitive Agreement), subject to adjustment pursuant to Section 3(a).

  • Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN means a switched network service that provides end-to-end digital connectivity for the simultaneous transmission of voice and data. Basic Rate Interface-ISDN (BRI-ISDN) provides for a digital transmission of two (2) 64 Kbps bearer channels and one (1) 16 Kbps data channel (2B+D).

  • Supplier Profit means, in relation to a period or a Milestone (as the context requires), the difference between the total Call Off Charges (in nominal cash flow terms but excluding any Deductions) and total Costs (in nominal cash flow terms) for the relevant period or in relation to the relevant Milestone;

  • Signaling System 7 (SS7) means a signaling protocol used by the CCS Network.

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  • Technical Specifications means the technical specifications set forth in Schedule 1 to the Agreement and to which, the STBs, CAS and SMS must comply with.

  • Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications means standards contained in Title 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 206.