Master Services Agreement - Equinix Operating Co. Inc. and LinkedIn Corp.
MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT
This Master Service Agreement has been entered into between the Parties of the MSA Effective Date.
IBX Center Policies — US
(Version dated October 10, 2005)
Internet Business Exchange Center Policies
These Internet Business Exchange Center Policies apply to IBX Centers located in the United States only. Please contact your Account Manager if you need a copy of the Polices that apply to IBX Centers outside of the United States.
Equinix is entitled to make changes to the Policies from time to time at its reasonable discretion, but Equinix agrees that any future changes to the Policies will not materially adversely affect each Customer's use of the Services. Changes to the Policies will be effective for each Customer upon notice to that Customer (except for changes to the Shipping Policies which will be effective immediately upon change of such policies). All capitalized terms not defined elsewhere in the Policies are defined in the Definitions section at the end of the Policies.
For all purposes under the Policies, each Customer has full responsibility and liability for all acts or omissions of Customers Authorized Persons, Accompanying Persons, and Associated Entities, and all such acts or omissions will be attributed to Customer for all purposes, including for the purposes of determining whether Customer has breached (i.e. failed to abide by) the Policies. Without limiting the foregoing, Customer is responsible and must ensure that Customer's Authorized Persons, Accompanying Persons and Associated Entities do not take any actions that Customer is prohibited from taking under the Policies.
The Policies are not intended to impose upon any Equinix Entity any liability (or obligations) to a Customer for which an Equinix Entity is excluded from being liable (or responsible) for under the Master Service Agreement for such Customer. The Policies also are not intended to increase the liability (e.g., the limits of liability) of any Equinix Entity with regard to any matter for which such liability is limited under the Master Service Agreement (e.g., such as where the liability is limited in the limitation of liability provisions of the Master Service Agreement).
The Services Equinix offers under Master Service Agreements with Customers consist of (1) Licensing of Space and Set-Up; (2) Core Services; and (3) Additional Services. The first two classifications of Services are not optional and Will be provided to all Customers.
|1.||Licensing of Space and Set-Up|
|a.||Licensing of Space|
Depending on availability, Equinix offers its Customers the right to license space at the IBX Centers sufficient to hold one or more racks or cabinets (or partial racks or cabinets to the extent offered by Equinix). If a Customer places an order for five or more full racks or full cabinets at an IBX Center, depending on space availability, these racks or cabinets may be located in a private cage (i.e., a cage that is not used by other Customers). Otherwise, Customer's racks or cabinets may be in a cage or area shared with other Customers. In private cages, a Customer may provide Equinix-approved racks or cabinets for each of the Customer's Licensed Space or request that Equinix provide the racks and/or cabinets. In shared cages, Customers must use Equinix-provided cabinets and/or racks.
Prior to each Customer's use of its Licensed Space, Equinix will install Equinix-provided POD Equipment (of a type reasonably determined by Equinix) in order to demarcate Customer's Equipment, unless otherwise agreed to by Equinix.
The Core Services consist of the following, as further described below: (1) Access to the Customer Care Website; (2) Core Security; (3) Core Back-up Power; (4) Core Fire Detection and Suppression; (5) Core HVAC; (6) Core Temperature Control and (7) Core Humidity Control.
|a.||Access to the Customer Care Website|
Equinix grants each Customer access to the Customer Care Website under the terms and conditions set forth in the Customer Care Website Usage Policies, if any, and the Master Service Agreement With such Customer. Each Customer
is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of its account and password and for restricting and granting access thereto, and Is responsible and liable for all activities that occur under its account, regardless of whether such activities are conducted by Customer, a Sublicensee or any other third party, and regardless of whether such Orders are authorized by Customer. Equinix may modify the functionality and content of the Customer Care Website at any time and in any manner, and if Equinix develops Customer Care Website Usage Policies, Customer must comply with the Customer Care Website Usage Policies then in effect.
Equinix offers the following security features at IBX Centers:
security personnel onsite 24 x 7 x 365;
visitor screening upon entry for verification of identity;
keyless security with biometric hand geometry readers with required additional pass code for access to:
enter the security tunnel from the welcome area;
leave the security tunnel to enter the main center;
enter the colocation area;
enter a Customer cage; and
CCTV digital camera coverage of IBX Center, integrated with access control and alarm system.
In addition, Equinix may take other reasonable security measures that it chooses to employ.
|c.||Core Back-Up Power|
Each IBX Center will have back-up power sources that will ordinarily provide power for a period of at least 48 hours if the primary source of power Is unavailable.
|d.||Core Fire Detection and Suppression|
Each IBX Center will have an early warning fire detection system and fire suppression system.
Each IBX Center will have redundant (n +1) HVAC.
|f.||Core Temperature Control|
Each IBX Center will ordinarily maintain a temperature of 64 - 76 degrees Fahrenheit.
|g.||Core Humidity Control|
Each IBX Center will ordinarily maintain a relative humidity of 20% - 70%
Additional Services consist of any services offered by Equinix at the IBX Centers other than the licensing of Licensed Space, Set-Up, and the Core Services. The Additional Services that Equinix offers include, but are not limited to, the following Additional Services, which are further described below: (1) Cross-Connects; (2) Power; (3) Smart Hands; and (4) Installation of a Customer's Equipment. Where products or materials are provided as part of the Additional Services for a Customer, the Customer will be responsible for paying for all of the charges for the products or materials as well as the other charges associated with the Additional Services.
Equinix will install Cross-Connects, as ordered by a Customer, so long as the other Customer to which the Cross-Connect runs approves such Cross-Connect. In the event that any of a Customer's Cross-Connects are disconnected due
to such Customer's request or due to termination or partial termination of an Order, Equinix may inform the other Customer of the disconnection. No more than ninety (90) days preceding expiration or termination of a Customer's Master Service Agreement or a Customer's last Order in an IBX Center, Equinix may notify other Customers to which such Customer is interconnected that, unless such Customer and Equinix agree to a further extension of the term of, or to a new, Master Service Agreement or Order, such Customer will no longer be present in the IBX Canter(s) in question as of the date of termination or expiration of the Customer's Master Service Agreement or the applicable Order.
i. A Customer may order power to the extent offered and approved by Equinix.
ii. Redundant Power Circuit Policy: A power circuit is a redundant circuit only if at all times it meets both of the following conditions: (a) Condition 1: It is part of a Redundant Power Circuit Pair, and (b) Condition 2: The aggregate draw of such Redundant Power Circuit Pair does not exceed the rated capacity pursuant to the National Electrical Code of one (1) of the power circuits in the Redundant circuit Pair. Therefore, if at any time a power circuit fails to meet Condition 1 (regardless of whether it satisfies Condition 2), it is not a redundant circuit. Similarly, if at any time a power circuit fails to meet Condition 2 (regardless of whether it satisfies Condition 1), it is not a redundant circuit. Accordingly, if a power circuit is originally a redundant circuit but subsequently fails to meet Condition 1 (even if it is then meeting Condition 2), or subsequently fails to meet Condition 2 (even if it is then meeting Condition 1), such power circuit shall thereafter be deemed a primary power circuit.
Smart Hands is designed to provide Customers with onsite technical assistance and may include, for example, Equinix complying with Customer's simple instructions relating to remote management, installation or troubleshooting of its equipment within an IBX Center or any other services Equifax deems to be Smart Hands. With respect to the Smart Hands service offered by Equinix, Equinix's only obligation is to carry out the express instructions of Customer, and Equinix reserves the right to reject a Customer's request if such rejection is reasonable or if such service is not offered as part of Smart Hands. In addition, Equinix reserves the right to require that a Customer's instructions be given in additional detail and in writing (which may be by electronic mail). Notwithstanding the foregoing, Equinix has the right to perform Smart Hands services where the Customer fails to timely act or Equinix has the right to act under the Policies at Customer's expense as part of the Smart Hands service.
|d.||Installation of Customer Equipment|
A Customer may request that Equinix install Customer's Equipment. Equinix, at its discretion, may agree to perform such installation, but Customer must enter into a separate agreement with Equinix to perform such work.
|4.||Use of Unordered Services|
In the event that a Customer uses an Unordered Service, Equinix shall so notify the Customer (which notification may be delivered only by e-mail or regular US Mail, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Master Service Agreement) and provide Customer with a change order which lists the Unordered Service. If the Customer does not execute such change order and return it to Equinix within ten (10) days of the date of such notification, Equinix may charge such Customer for such Unordered Service at as then current list price for such Unordered Service commencing on the date Customer began using the Unordered Services.
1. Equinix will provide contact information for each Customer to use at any time in the event of an emergency or otherwise as needed by Customer. The Equinix Response Center may be reached at 888-892-0607.
2. Each Customer will designate one or more persons whom Equinix may contact at any time in the event of an emergency or otherwise as needed by Equinix. Each Customer will provide to Equinix a means of contacting such persons at any and all times. Equinix prefers, but does not require, that such contact method be the telephone
number of a twenty-four (24) hour operations center staffed by persons familiar with the Customer's use of its Licensed Space and Equipment located within the Customer's Licensed Space.
|C.||NETWORK SYSTEM NUMBERS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS|
1. Equinix strongly encourages each Customer to have its own autonomous system number as designated by the American Registry of Internet Numbers or its successor.
2. Each Customer will be responsible for obtaining telecommunications services as needed from the carrier of its choice. Equinix will not be responsible for providing or installing such services except that Equinix will perform Cross-Connects as agreed to by Equinix and a Customer pursuant to the Master Service Agreement for such Customer.
|1.||Each Customer will ensure that:|
a. all of its Equipment will be installed, operated, maintained and repaired in compliance with all applicable Laws and manufacturer specifications and requirements;
b. the installation and use of its Equipment complies with applicable safety codes and product safety agency listings;
c. all of the cables and wiring in Its Licensed Space (other than any Cross-Connects or Equinix's POD Equipment) are neatly wrapped and tied together (if a Customer fails to do so, Equinix may at its sole option neatly wrap and tie such wires and cables, and Equinix may charge the Customer for doing so under Smart Hands);
d. none of its Equipment is stacked or resting on any of its other Equipment or the Equipment of any other Customer, sublicensee or third-party, including Equinix;
e. all of Customer's Equipment is securely fixed onto a cabinet or rack in a manner reasonably satisfactory to Equinix. If a Customer has equipment that is too large or heavy for a rack or cabinet, including but not limited to large servers, Equinix may affix such Equipment directly to the floor and Equinix may charge Customer for doing so under Smart Hands.
2. Each Customer may install and maintain Customer Cross-Connects. No Equinix Entity has any obligation to Install, maintain or repair any Customer Cross-Connects.
3. Equinix may require a Customer to remove from any IBX Center Equipment that, in Equinix's sole discretion, (1) causes a threat to safety (including any risk of fire or other hazard) to the operations of the IBX Center or the IBX Center Property, or (ii) unreasonably interferes with the operations of Equinix, another Customer or any other person or entity that is licensing, sublicensing, leasing or subleasing space or otherwise utilizing any portion of the IBX Center or the IBX Center Property.
4. If a Customer wants to identify its Equipment or its Licensed Space, the means of identification will be subject to Equinix's prior approval before the Customer uses such means of identification. Equinix will not identify the location of any Customer's Equipment in the IBX Center, and no Equinix Entity will be responsible for labeling Ports except that Equinix is responsible for connecting a Customer's Equipment to Equipment belonging to other Customers at an IBX Center.
5. Equinix will not touch, maintain, use, upgrade, repair or operate a Customer's Equipment, except in an emergency, or where explicitly or implicitly authorized by the Customer's use of Smart Hands, or as otherwise permitted in the Customer's Master Service Agreement or the Policies.
6. Customer is solely responsible for any loss or theft of or damage to Customer's Equipment left unattended outside of Customer's Licensed Space in a shared cage.
7. No Equinix Entity is responsible for any electronic interference that may occur with respect to Customer's use of wireless communications Equipment.
|1.||Each Customer will:|
a. use its Licensed Space only for the purposes of configuring, providing, placing, installing, Upgrading, adding, maintaining, repairing and operating its Equipment In a safe and lawful manner;
b. comply with all applicable laws in its use of its Licensed Space (including OSHA), and comply with all signs posted at any time (including changes in such signs) at the IBX Centers concerning security procedures relating to the IBX Centers;
c. use the restrooms, any shared work area, and any other common spaces in the IBX Centers and the parking areas outside of the IBX Centers in accordance with the terms of its Master Service Agreement, the Policies and any rules or signs then posted by Equinix in or near such areas;
d. maintain its Licensed Space in an orderly and clean manner and in good repair and condition (reasonable wear and tear only excepted);
e. deposit litter in designated trash receptacles or in appropriate locations outside the IBX Centers;
f. behave in a courteous and professional manner within the IBX Centers and the IBX Center Properties;
g. immediately notify Equinix of any damage or risk of damage to the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties, or damage to any equipment or property of any person in the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties;
h. comply with all applicable property control procedures, which may include providing Equinix with a description and the serial numbers of items brought Into an IBX Center that are valued by Equinix at more than $1,000 and/or providing Equinix with the name. contact number and signature of the person removing such items.
|2.||Each Customer will ensure that it does not do any of the following:|
a. install, touch, access, tamper with, damage, adjust, repair, interfere with, or breach the security of, the Licensed Space of other customers or the Equipment, property or services of any other Customers, vendors, contractors or other parties who license, sublicense, lease or sublease space or otherwise utilize space at the IBX Center or the IBX Center Properties, or provide services or products to those who do;
b. alter, tamper with, damage, adjust, repair, interfere with, or breach the security of its Licensed Space, the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties (including, without limitation, the electrical and other building systems of the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties), or any equipment or property leased, licensed or owned by Equinix (including, without limitation, any Cross-Connects and the Equinix Power Distribution System, which only Equinix will install, repair or alter);
c. install or otherwise perform any Cross-Connects;
d. affix or maintain labels to any Ports or any POD Equipment that connects Customer's Equipment to Equipment belonging to other Customers (Equinix will affix and maintain such labels, which will contain information as determined by Equinix, including circuit identification and other information needed to identify each Equinix-provided Port);
e. encumber or obstruct the sidewalks, driveways, yards, entrances, hallways, stairs or any common areas in or around the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties;
f. store or leave any loose items (including Equipment) inside or outside of its Licensed Space in the IBX Centers. If a Customer leaves any loose items inside or outside of its Licensed Space in the IBX Centers, Equinix may so notify the Customer. If the Customer fails to remove or to secure such items within twenty-four (24) hours of such notice, Equinix may, in addition to any other remedies it may have, remove such items and charge the Customer Equinix's Smart Hands rates for such removal. If Equinix removes items pursuant to the prior sentence, Equinix will temporarily store such items in a safe place for ten (10) days, except that if such items are empty cartons or packaging, Equinix may discard such items instead of storing them. If the Customer fails to retrieve items stored by Equinix during such ten (10) day period, the items will, at Equinox's sole discretion, either become the property of Equinix or be discarded by Equinix at the Customer's expense;
g. unless Equinix expressly consents, use any common areas at the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties (other than a shared work area where Equinix permits Customers to repair Equipment) for any purpose other than ingress and egress to and from its Licensed Space;
h. use a shared work area that Equinix permits Customers to use for any purpose other than to repair its Equipment;
i. use the Services to compete with any Services offered by Equinix;
j. create any nuisances at the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties;
k. manufacture, generate, treat, transport, dispose of, release, discharge, or store on, under or about the IBX Centers, the IBX Center Properties or any surrounding properties, any Hazardous Materials;
l. eat, drink or use tobacco products within the IBX Centers except within areas designated by Equinix for such purposes; or
m. bring recording equipment in, or take photographs of (whether by use of a camera, video camera, cell phone, wireless handset or otherwise), any part of the IBX Centers, except for the following limited exception: a Customer in a private cage may request, at the time the Customer's visit is scheduled, that Equinix take photographs of that Customer's private cage and of that Customer's Equipment within such private cage, but Equinix will do so only if (i) the Customer completes the required documents provided by Equinix; and (ii) an Equinix IBX staff member takes the photographs with Customer's recording equipment, and the Equinix IBX staff member at all times controls the recording equipment while it is inside the IBX Center.
n. place furniture in its Licensed Space except as permitted by the IBX Center Site Manager in his/her reasonable discretion. In the event that a Customer places furniture in its Licensed Space with the necessary consent from the IBX Center Site Manager, Equinix may at any time thereafter notify the Customer that the furniture must be removed within five (5) days of the notice. If the Customer fails to remove the furniture within the five-day period, Equinix may remove the furniture, charge the Customer Smart Hands rates for doing so, and store the furniture at the Customer's expense.
o. install any surveillance cameras or other surveillance equipment without Equinix's prior consent. Equinix reserves the right to require Customers to remove or relocate any surveillance cameras or surveillance equipment that Equinix deems to threaten or impede the security of the IBX Center (including the security of other Equinix customers).
p. block any exit route or aisle way or create a fire hazard.
q. use VRLA (valve-regulated lead-acid) batteries within the IBX Centers, unless the batteries are a manufacturer-installed and integrated part of equipment that is listed as an express exception to this rule in the Customer Welcome Document.
r. use circuit splitters on any Equinix-provided power circuit.
s. use UPS systems that are not provided by Equinix.
t. use 48v DC rectifiers that are not provided by Equinix without obtaining advance approval from Equinix.
1. No Customer may attempt to gain fraudulent access to an IBX Center or any Equinix website.
2. Subject to the terms and conditions of the Customer's Master Service Agreement (including the Policies), a Customer will have access to its Licensed Space twenty-four (24) hours per day, three hundred sixty-five (365) days per year. In the event of an emergency situation at any IBX Center or IBX Center Property (e.g., fire, building evacuation, medical emergency, weather-related emergency, terrorist attack, etc.), or drill, each Customer present at the IBX Center will be required to follow instructions given by the on-site Equinix Site Manager, or the designee.
3. Each Customer will provide Equinix with a list for each IBX Center (which list will be provided in writing or entered through the Customer Care Website) of Authorized Persons who may enter Customer's Licensed Space in such IBX Center. Except where specifically designated otherwise by a Customer, each Authorized Person for an IBX Center will have the right to authorize entry by any other person who is accompanied by such Authorized Person at the IBX Center. Each Customer will provide Equinix with written notification of any changes to Customer's list of Authorized Persons for any IBX Center at least one (1) full business day in advance of the effectiveness of such change. Equinix will refuse entry at an IBX Center to any person who is not named on a Customer's list of Authorized Persons for such IBX Center, unless such person is an Accompanying Person. Equinix reserves the right to refuse or withdraw approval of a person on any Customer's list for any IBX Center if such refusal or withdrawal is reasonable (such as where the person violates, or has previously violated, any of the Policies). Equinix also reserves the right to deny access to an Accompanying Person at an IBX Center if the denial is reasonable (such as where the Accompanying Person violates, or has previously violated, any of the Policies).
4. Each Customer is strongly encouraged (but not required, except as herein set forth) to give twenty four (24) hours prior notice to Equinix (through the contact provided by Equinix) prior to visiting an IBX Center. Except in an emergency (as reasonably determined by Equinix), any Customer visiting a cage area shared with other Customers will give at least twenty-four (24) hours prior notice to Equinix.
5. Non-scheduled visits by a Customer may lead to a delay in access or may be denied. For all non-scheduled visits by a Customer, Equinix at its discretion may require Customer's administrative contact to call the Equinix Response Center to authorize the person's entry into the IBX Center and Customer's Licensed Space.
6. For any site tours of an IBX Center, Customer must, no later than 5:00 p.m. the day before the requested tour, arrange such site tour with Equinix and provide Equinix with the following data: Customer's organization name; purpose of tour; date/time of tour; names of visitors; authorization to access a specific Licensed Space (for existing Customers only); and any special instructions associated with a specific tour. Tour size is limited to a maximum of five (5) guests and one authorized tour guide on all tours unless Equinix agrees to accommodate more persons. If so, Equinix will arrange for one authorized tour guide or Equinix security officer for every five (5) guests.
7. Access by a Customer to any shared work area (or any other common area where Equinix permits access by Customers) may be restricted by Equinix at any time, including when another Customer is in such area.
8. Equinix may, at its discretion, require any or all Authorized Persons of any Customer to have a full-face photograph taken at the IBX Centers for purposes of secure identification.
9. Every person who accesses an IBX Center must use the then-in-use secure access means to enter and exit the IBX Center.
10. Upon any Customer's entry into an IBX Center, Equinix may (at its discretion) accompany Customer inside the IBX Center, and Equinix may (at its discretion) remain with Customer for the entire time that Customer is in the IBX Center. However, Customer will have privacy when Customer is in its Licensed Space, and
Equinix will maintain sufficient distance from Customer at such times that Equinix will not have access to Customer's confidential information or activities.
11. Repeat visitors of a Customer requiring freedom of movement within certain areas of an IBX Center may be entered into the Security Access System ("SAS") if Customer's administrative contact requests this for a specific person in conjunction with a work visit. The person being registered in SAS is required to produce a government-issued photo ID for identity verification (driver's license or passport), and complete the on-site enrollment process with the assistance of Equinix security officers. After the visitor places his/her hand on the reader for scanning of biometric identification information into the SAS, the computer will identify/request which doors the person may access and automatically update the readers in real-time.
12. Equinix may access any Customer's Licensed Space (i) during an emergency; (ii) to perform Smart Hands or other services for Customer, (iii) as needed to perform those services necessary for the use of the IBX Center by some or all Customers; or (iv) as otherwise permitted under such Customer's Master Service Agreement.
13. If the landlord or owner of an IBX Center or an IBX Property wishes to access, or permit others to access, a Customer's Licensed Space, Equinix will accompany such persons during such visit, and Customer shall, if practicable, receive advance notice from Equinix and have an opportunity to be present.
14. Equinix reserves the right to deny IBX Center access to Authorized Persons and Accompanying Persons who do not have a business purpose at an IBX Center where access is requested.
15. Equinix reserves the right to exclude or expel from the IBX Center any person who, in Equinix's judgment, is under the influence of alcohol or drugs or who, in Equinix's judgment, poses a risk to persons or property in the IBX Center.
16. Customers, Authorized Persons and Accompanying Persons must follow the instructions of the IBX Center Manager or his designee during an emergency.
1. The shipping policies are subject to change by Equinix without notice, and such changes are effective immediately.
2. Each Customer is responsible for, among other things, (i) scheduling with a shipper all shipments for Customer from and to the IBX Centers; (ii) paying all fees associated with the shipments, including all shipping, retrieval and related fees charged by the shipper; (iii) completing all necessary paperwork for the shipments; and (iv) notifying the shipper that all shipments will be shipped to, or retrieved from, the shipping/receiving areas designated by Equinix for each IBX Center. No shipments of any size will be accepted in an IBX Center lobby.
3. Each Customer is also responsible for notifying its shippers of all shipping rules for any multi-tenant buildings in which IBX Centers are located. If an IBX Center is located in a multi-tenant building, shippers are responsible for conforming to all shipping rules of that building, and the Equinix Response Center will provide a Customer, upon request, with the specific shipping rules for each multi-tenant building in which an IBX Center is located.
4. Each Customer will ensure that all shipments (including the boxes) are clearly labeled with the company name and/or identifier of Customer. Unidentified packages will not be accepted.
5. Each Customer that wishes to ship items from or to an IBX Center will schedule through the Customer Care Website (or any other Equinix-approved scheduling method) the incoming or outgoing shipment at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance (and at least four business days in advance where the IBX Center is in a multi-tenant building). For incoming shipments only, a Customer may also (under the same timeframes set forth above) schedule the shipments by phone through the Equinix Response Center. Equinix reserves the right to reject any shipments to an IBX Center that are not delivered at the time scheduled.
6. Emergency shipments to an IBX Center must be scheduled directly by calling the Equinix Response Center. If such advance notification is provided to Equinix, Equinix will make reasonable efforts to accommodate after-hours emergency deliveries.
7. Each Customer will ensure that all shipments for Customer to or from IBX Centers where Equinix is the sole tenant in the building will be made during the business day (Monday - Friday), from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. local time. Shipment times may vary for multi-tenant buildings in which IBX Centers are located. The Equinix Response Center will provide each Customer, upon request, with the specific shipping times for such multi-tenant buildings, and each Customer will ensure that all shipments to such buildings comply with the applicable shipping rules.
8. Equinix reserves the right to visually and/or physically inspect any and all shipments to or from the IBX Centers when such shipments arrive at the shipping/receiving area. Shipments containing liquids, combustibles and any Hazardous Materials are prohibited, and, to the extent Equinix is so aware of the contents of such shipments, will not be accepted at any time.
9. At the time of Equinix's inspection of any shipments to or from the IBX Centers, Equinix may record serial numbers for Equipment of a Customer with estimated value of more than $1,000, as estimated by Customer. Accordingly, when packing Equipment for shipping, each Customer should be aware that Equinix personnel will need access to the serial numbers on the Equipment being shipped, and should seal boxes after serial numbers are recorded.
10. Customers are requested to contact the Equinix Response Center to extend or cancel the shipment receipt date it the shipment does not arrive at the scheduled time.
11. Customers are responsible for moving their shipments from the shipping/receiving area (or secure storage area where they are placed by Equinix at Customer's expense under the Smart Hands service if the shipment is not removed by Customer immediately upon its arrival) to their Licensed Space and from their Licensed Space to the shipping/receiving area. If a Customer wishes for Equinix to perform such functions as well as packing or unpacking the shipments and disposing of packing materials, the Customer may do so by using the Smart Hands service.
12. Except where Equinix removes the packing materials as a part of a Customer's Smart Hands order, each Customer is required to take all packing materials to the shipping/receiving area or other designated area for disposal immediately after completing installation. Cardboard and packing materials are not to be stored in cages.
13. Customers will move the shipments from the shipping/receiving area (or secure storage area where they are placed by Equinix) to Customer's Licensed Space within three (3) business days after notification of arrival (the Equinix Response Center ordinarily will contact a Customer by email and/or phone within twelve (12) hours after arrival, and either e-mail or phone communication by Equinix to the Customer will constitute notification for all purposes under this Section G of the Policies, notwithstanding anything in the Customer's Master Service Agreement to the contrary). Moving equipment will be available to assist Customer, if necessary (dolly's, hand trucks, etc.), if Customer schedules the use of such moving equipment with Equinix at the shipping/receiving area.
14. If a Customer has not retrieved its shipment from a secured area forty-eight (48) hours after the shipment has arrived, the Equinix Response Center will notify Customer that if the shipment is not retrieved before the three business days has elapsed (starting with the notification of arrival), the shipment may be returned to the "shipped from" address at Customer's expense under the Smart Hands service.
15. Unless prior arrangements are made with Equinix by a Customer during the original request (or Smart Hands is purchased for Equinix to move the shipment to Customer's Licensed Space), Equinix reserves the right to ship the shipment back to the "shipped from" address, at Customer's expense, three (3) business days after notification of arrival.
16. Equinix is not responsible or liable for any missing or damage to any Customer's Equipment which may occur during the packaging and/or shipment of such equipment.
The following terms shall have the respective meanings stated below for the purposes of these Policies. In addition, for each Customer, the following terms shall have the respective meanings stated below for purposes of such Customer's Master Service Agreement to the extent that such Master Service Agreement uses but does not define a term defined below:
1. Accompanying Person shall mean, for each Customer, each person (other than an Equinix employee) who is accompanied by an Authorized Person while at an IBX Center.
2. Associated Entity shall mean, for each Customer, each individual, company, partnership or other entity of any type which employs, contracts with, or is otherwise associated or affiliated with any of Customer's Authorized Persons or Accompanying Persons. Without limiting the foregoing definition, for each Customer, each Sublicensee that has sublicensed Sublicensed Space at an IBX Center will be an Associated Entity at such IBX Center.
3. Authorized Person shall mean, for each Customer, each person who is included on a list of Authorized Persons given to Equinix by Customer.
4. Cross-Connect shall mean a physical or wireless interconnection within an IBX Center that (i) exits a Customer's cage or (ii) connects a Customer to another Equinix customer.
5. Customer shall mean any party which is party to a Master Service Agreement with one or more Equinix Entities relating to an IBX Center or other agreement pursuant to which Equinix provides services to such party at an IBX Center.
6. Customer Care Website shall mean Equinix's customer cam website accessible via the Internet at a location designated by Equinix (which location Equinix may change from time to time at its discretion).
7. Customer Care Website Usage Policies shall mean the website usage policies that Equinix at any time adopts for the Customer Care Website, and which may be changed from time to time at Equinix's discretion.
8. Customer Cross-Connect shall mean a physical interconnection, including cable, connections, and other wiring, that (i) does not exit a Customer's cage; (ii) does not connect a Customer to another Equinix customer; and (iii) interconnects (a) Equipment belonging to a Customer or (b) Equinix-provided POD Equipment in a Customer's cage with Customer's Equipment.
9. Equinix shall mean Equinix Operating Co., Inc. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if, on behalf of Equinix, another Equinix Entity agrees to an Order with Customer, it is the Equinix Entity that will provide the Services and who will be deemed Equinix for such Order.
10. Equinix Entities: shall mean Equinix Operating Co., Equinix Inc. and Equinix Pacific, Inc., and each of which individually is an Equinix Entity.
11. Equinix Power Distribution System shall mean any and all Hendry panels (or other Equinix specifications-compliant DC distribution panels), locks, and power strips and electrical, utility, or power distribution systems and items that are installed by Equinix.
12. Equipment shall mean, for each Customer, all network and/or computer equipment (including wiring and Customer Cross-Connects between such equipment and the Customer's POD Equipment) that is located in the Customers Licensed Space, regardless of whether such equipment is owned, leased, licensed or otherwise obtained for use by the Customer or the Customer's Authorized Persons, Accompanying Persons, or Associated Entities (but this does not include Cross-Connects or Equifax POD Equipment located in the Customer's Licensed Space).
13. Hazardous Materials shall mean (i) asbestos, or any substance containing asbestos; (ii) polychlorinated biphenyls; (iii) lead; (iv) radon; (v) pesticides; (vi) petroleum or any other substances containing hydrocarbons; (vii) any substance which, when on the IBX Centers or the IBX Center Properties, is prohibited by any environmental Laws; (viii) those matters described in the Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. §9601 et. seq. ("CERCLA"); and (ix) any other substance, material or waste which, (a) by any
environmental Laws requires special handling or notification of any governmental authority in its collection, storage, treatment, or disposal or (b) is defined or classified as hazardous, dangerous or toxic pursuant to any legal requirement.
14. IBX Center Property shall mean the real property on which, and the building in which, an IBX Center is located.
15. IBX Centers shall mean, for each Customer, the Internet Business Exchange Centers leased or owned by Equinix in which Customer licenses Licensed Spaces or receives Services from Equinix pursuant to an Order.
16. Laws shall mean all applicable federal, state, local, municipal or other laws, regulations, rules, ordinances, rulings, decrees, orders, directives, requirements, codes (including building codes), and as they may be instituted or amended from time to time.
17. Licensed Space shall mean, for each Customer, the areas licensed by a Customer under the Customer's Master Service Agreement and as identified in the Orders as to the amount of space. For each Licensed Space, Equinix will determine at all times during the term the exact location in the IBX Centers where the Licensed Space for each Customer will be located, and Equinix will notify each Customer accordingly.
18. Master Service Agreement shall mean, for each Customer, the Master Service Agreement executed by Customer and one or more Equinix Entities (or the document with a similar function if no document entitled Master Service Agreement has been signed by Customer and one or more Equinix Entities) to which these Policies are Incorporated by reference.
19. Online Order shall mean, for each Customer, an Order for Services placed by the Customer via the Customer Care Website and accepted by Equinix pursuant to Equinix's then current ordering procedures (as well as any amendment to such Order reflected in a change order agreed to by the parties in accordance with the terms of the applicable change order, the Order and the Master Service Agreement).
20. Order shall mean, for each Customer, any Sales Orders, Online Order or Phone Order between the Customer and Equinix.
21. Phone Order shall mean, for each Customer, an Order for Services placed by the Customer via telephone and accepted by Equinix pursuant to Equinix's then current ordering procedures (as well as any amendment to such Order reflected in a change order agreed to by the parties in accordance with the terms of the applicable change order, the Order and the Master Service Agreement).
22. Point of Demarcation Equipment or POD Equipment shall mean (1) patch panels, DSX panels for category 5 twisted pair, co-axial, single and multi-mode fiber, or (2) other appropriate (as reasonably determined by Equinix) point of demarcation equipment.
23. Policies shall mean the procedures, rules, regulations, security practices and policies adopted by Equinix that are then in effect for the IBX Centers, including these Internet Business Exchange Center Policies, and as they may be amended from time to time by Equinix.
24. Ports shall mean all wiring, connections, circuitry and utility ports at the POD Equipment.
25. Redundant Circuit Pair shall mean two identical power circuits installed in the same cabinet or rack, neither of which is a part of another pair of circuits in the same cabinet or rack.
26. Sales Order shall mean, for each Customer, a written order for services (as well as any amendment to such Order reflected in a change order agreed to by the Parties in accordance with the terms of the applicable change order, the Order and the Master Service Agreement).
27. Sublicensed Space shall mean the portion of the Licensed Space sublicensed to a Sublicensee by a Customer pursuant to the terms of the Customer's Master Service Agreement.
28. Sublicensee shall mean a customer of a Customer or other third party who sublicenses all or part of the Licensed Space from such Customer.
29. Unordered Service shall mean an Equinix Service used by Customer without an Order for such Service.