customer premises unit
Refers to the telephones, computers, DSL modems, and similar devices owned by our customers and connected to the telephone network from their homes or offices.
Equipment that is on the customer side of the point of demarcation, as opposed to equipment that is on a carrier side. See also point of demarcation.
Any piece of telecommunications service terminating equipment, such as routers, CSU/DSUs, or phones, installed at a customer site.
End-user equipment that resides on the customer's premises and which may not be owned by the local exchange carrier.
Networking devices such as workstations, routers, POTS, splitters, etc. installed at a customer site and connected to the telephone company network.
Equipment the customer uses to connect to the telephone network. For example, the CPE of ConnectTime DSL is the modem.
Terminating equipment, such as terminals, telephones, and modems, supplied by the telephone company, installed at a customers sites, and connected to the telephone company network.
Consumer premise equipment. Telephones, private branch exchanges and other communications devices located in the home or office.
Consumer Premises Equipment. this is communications equipment that is in the customer's home, or premises. The CPE for DSL service includes a DSL modem
Equipment that resides at the customer's site, not at a telecommunications service provider's site. CPE includes PCs, telephones, TVs, scanners, and much more. Managed Network Service Providers often install, configure and manage CPE as a service (for example, managed router services).
Customer Provided Equipment - Equipment located at the Customer's premise; usually referring to a PBX or Key System.
CPE refers to equipment that resides at the customer's location (example: a router). The wire from the phone jack connect to the CPE and another wire from the CPE is connected to your computer. New Edge's CPE is a high-end DSL router that can connect many computers to the Internet and also has many other enhanced features.
Customer Premise Environments
Customer premise equipment. Usuallly, any equipment located at the customer site that the telephone company isn't responsible for. This normally includes the CSU/DSU and the router; sometimes (like DSL circuits, for example), the telco may actually provide that equipment for the customer.
Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises. The CPE for DSL services is a DSL modem.
Customer Premise Equipment [sometimes Customer Provided Equipment]. Equipment connecting to a telco circuit provided by the customer, such as a CSU/DSU or modem.
Customer Premise Equipment. This refers to any equipment located at the customer's premises. DSL modems, bridges and routers are examples of CPE. They commonly contain login or registration information.
Networking equipment, such as router and firewall, which is installed on the customer premises to connect the Local Area Network (LAN) to the Internet.
Consumer Premise Equipment. Devices located at home or office such as telephones, PBXs, and other communication devices.
Customer Premise Equipment -- consists of a router and a CSU/DSU .
Telecommunications- communications equipment, including PBXs and wiring, located in a user's premises.
all terminal gear, network interfaces and customer equipment which connect to the carrier or phone company data transmission lines.
Customer Premise Equipment – Equipment that connects a customer to an access circuit. This is usually a router, DSU or CSU, but can include telephones, modems, switches, hubs, terminals, servers, set-top boxes, etc.
customer premise equipment. Telecommunications equipment located at a customer site (relative to the telephone or telecommunications company).
Customer Premise Equipment. Customer Premise Equipment is any apparatus, including telephone handsets, private branch exchange (PBX) switching equipment, key and hybrid telephone systems, and add-on devices that are physically located on a customer's property. If CPE includes wiring (and it usually does), this is sometimes referred to as "on-premise wiring."
Customer Premise Equipment. This is standard terminology for the router or bridge (modem) that you receive as part of your installation.
Customer Premise Equipment: where telephone and other service provider equipment is installed at the customer premises and connected to the network of the service provider.
Customer Premise Equipment The generic term for data communication and/or terminal equipment that resides at the user site and is owned by the user with the following exclusions: Over voltage protection equipment, inside wiring, coin operated or pay telephones, "company-official" equipment, mobile telephone equipment, "911" equipment, equipment necessary for the provision of communications for national defense, or multiplexing equipment used to deliver multiple channels to the customer.
The terminal, equipment and/or inside wiring located at a subscriber's premises, which is connected to a carrier's communication channel(s) at the interconnection point.
Customer Premises Equipment
Customer Premise Equipment (hardware purchased by customer and housed at customer's location.
(customer premise equipment) Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises.
Short for Customer Premise Equipment. This is communications equipment in the customer's home or premises. The CPE for High Speed Internet service includes a High Speed Internet modem.
See Customer Premise Equipment
Customer premise equipment. Systems that are at a customer's site (as compared systems that are in a service provider's network).
Customer Premise Equipment is telecommunications equipment that is owned by the customer and maintained at their site. This equipment can be leased from the service provider for a fee (e.g. DSU/CSU or PBX).
Customer Premise Equipment. Terminal equipment located on the customer premises which connects to the telephone network.
Customer Premise Equipment. Telecommunications equipment that is located at the subscribers' home or business. This is typically owned by the customer as compared to network equipment that is owned by the telecommunications carrier.
Customer Provided Equipment. The terminal equipment at a PSAP or secondary answering location not provided by the serving Telephone Company.
Customer Premise Equipment. Any equipment -- such as telephones, computers, printers, video equipment or other items -- that a user can connect to a network.
ustomer remise quipment; customer-owned equipment connected to telephone company lines.
Computer Premises Equipment
CHEMICAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT. Protective clothing and respiratory protection available to shield or isolate a person from the chemical and physical effects of the chemical that may be encountered at a hazardous materials incident.
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Customer Premise Equipment, also Customer Provided Equipment.
Equipment that is located at the customer premise that is owned and managed by the customer.
The telephone equipment located on the customer's premises, including telephones, PBXs, modems, etc.
Telephones, PBXs and other communications devices located in a home or office.