Specific information related to all stages
prior to serial production, such as design,
design research, design analyses, design
concepts, assembly and testing of prototypes,
pilot production schemes, design data, process
of transforming design data into a product,
configuration design, integration design,
Specific information related to all production
stages, such as product engineering, manufacture,
integration, assembly (mounting), inspection,
testing, quality assurance and
Specific information related to an items
operation, installation (including on-site
installation), maintenance (checking), repair,
overhaul and refurbishing.
Equipment designed to operate at a "total digital transfer rate"
exceeding 120 Gbits/s. Interpreted as the speed of a single port that exceeds 120 Gbits/s.
This definition does not include aggregated transfer rate (4 OC-768 cards running at 40 Gbits/s would not be subject to this control).
An optional CRS-1 line card, the 1-Port
OC-768c/STN-256c POS Interface Card has a single port total digital transfer rate exceeding
The routing of or switching of signals in optical form without
conversion to electrical signals.
The optional ROADM module associated with Cisco's ONS 15454
(MSTP) employs functionality meeting the regulatory definition of
Signaling System 7 SS7
Common Channel Signaling: A signaling method in which a single channel
between exchanges conveys, by means of labeled messages, signaling information
relating to a multiplicity of circuits or calls and other information
such as that used for network management.
The Cisco BTS10200, PGW2200, EGW2200 and ITP product
lines implement SS7 in non-associated mode.
The Cisco Controlled Technology Transfer Assessment form is a series of
questions regarding a new employee’s citizenship status.. The form is included in
all new hire packets. All new hires and employees retained from an acquisition
must fill out the form. Forms filled out by foreign nationals from designated
countries will be forwarded to Global Export Trade by Human Resources to assess
whether a deemed export license will be required.
Click here to access the Cisco Controlled Technology Transfer
The Foreign National Export License Application review process may take up to 45 days to complete after the documents are submitted to the Bureau of Industry and Security. During this time, the U.S. Department of Commerce may contact Global Export Trade for additional information regarding a foreign national.
All license applicants must be prepared to readily provide what is required. Failure to provide complete and accurate information will cause the Foreign National Export License Application to be rejected. Approval is not guaranteed.