Equipment Purchase and Software License Addendum
This Equipment Purchase and Software License Addendum (this “EPSLA”) is entered into between Motorola Solutions, Inc., with offices at 500 W. Monroe Street, Suite 4400, Chicago, IL 60661 (“Motorola”) and the entity set forth in the signature block below or in the MCA (“Customer”), and will be subject to, and governed by, the terms of the Motorola Solutions Customer Agreement entered into between the Parties, effective as of the earlier of (a) the first purchase of a Product or Service from Motorola, and (b) the date of the last signature on the first Ordering Document between the Parties (the “MCA”). Capitalized terms used in this EPSLA, but not defined herein, will have the meanings set forth in the MCA.
If you are purchasing Equipment or licensing Licensed Software on behalf of your employer or another entity, you warrant that: (a) you have authority to bind your employer or the applicable entity, as “Customer” to this EPSLA; (b) you have read and understand this EPSLA; and (c) on behalf of the Customer that you represent, you agree to this EPSLA. If you do not have the legal authority to bind your employer or the applicable entity as Customer to this EPSLA, please do not complete the purchase of Equipment or license of Licensed Software from Motorola.
1. Addendum. This EPSLA governs Customer’s purchase of Equipment and license of Licensed Software (and, if set forth in an Ordering Document, related Services) from Motorola, and will form part of the MCA.
2. Delivery of Equipment and Licensed Software.
2.1. Delivery and Risk of Loss. Motorola will provide to Customer the Products (and, if applicable, related Services) set forth in an Ordering Document, in accordance with the terms of the MCA. Motorola will, using commercially reasonable practices, pack the ordered Equipment and ship such Equipment to the Customer address set forth in the applicable Ordering Document or otherwise provided by Customer in writing, using a carrier selected by Motorola. Notwithstanding the foregoing, delivery of Equipment (and any incorporated Licensed Software) will occur, and title and risk of loss for the Equipment will pass to Customer, upon shipment by Motorola in accordance with Ex Works, Motorola’s premises (Incoterms 2020). Customer will pay all shipping costs, taxes, and other charges applicable to the shipment and import or export of the Products and Services, as applicable, and Customer will be responsible for reporting the Products for personal property tax purposes. Delivery of Licensed Software for installation on Equipment or Customer-Provided Equipment will occur upon the earlier of (a) electronic delivery of the Licensed Software by Motorola, and (b) the date Motorola otherwise makes the Licensed Software available for download by Customer. If agreed upon in an Ordering Document, Motorola will also provide Services related to such Products.
2.2. Delays. Any shipping dates set forth in an Ordering Document are approximate, and while Motorola will make reasonable efforts to ship Products by any such estimated shipping date, Motorola will not be liable for any delay or related damages to Customer. Time for delivery will not be of the essence, and delays will not constitute grounds for cancellation, penalties, termination, or a refund.
2.3. Beta Services. If Motorola makes any beta version of a software application (“Beta Service”) available to Customer, Customer may choose to use such Beta Service at its own discretion, provided, however, that Customer will use the Beta Service solely for purposes of Customer’s evaluation of such Beta Service, and for no other purpose. Customer acknowledges and agrees that all Beta Services are offered “as-is” and without any representations or warranties or other commitments or protections from Motorola. Motorola will determine the duration of the evaluation period for any Beta Service, in its sole discretion, and Motorola may discontinue any Beta Service at any time. Customer acknowledges that Beta Services, by their nature, have not been fully tested and may contain defects or deficiencies.
3. Licensed Software License and Restrictions.
3.1. Licensed Software License. Subject to Customer’s and its Authorized Users’ compliance with the MCA, including this EPSLA (including payment terms), Motorola hereby grants Customer and its Authorized Users a limited, non-transferable, non-sublicenseable, and non-exclusive license to use the Licensed Software identified in an Ordering Document, in object code form only, and the associated Documentation, solely in connection with the Equipment provided by Motorola or authorized Customer-Provided Equipment (as applicable, the “Designated Products”) and solely for Customer’s internal business purposes. Unless otherwise stated in an Addendum or the Ordering Document, the foregoing license grant will be limited to the number of licenses set forth in the applicable Ordering Document and will continue for the life of the applicable Designated Product. Except as otherwise permitted in an applicable Addendum or Ordering Document, Customer may install, access, and use Licensed Software only in Customer’s owned or controlled facilities, including any authorized mobile sites; provided, however, that Authorized Users using authorized mobile or handheld devices may also log into and access the Licensed Software remotely from any location.
3.2. Subscription License Model. If the Parties mutually agree that any Licensed Software purchased under this EPSLA will be replaced with or upgraded to Subscription Software, then upon such time which the Parties execute the applicable Ordering Document, the licenses granted under this EPSLA will automatically terminate, and such Subscription Software will be governed by the terms of the applicable Addendum under the MCA.
3.3. Customer Restrictions. Customers and Authorized Users will comply with the applicable Documentation in connection with their use of the Products. Customer will not and will not allow others, including the Authorized Users, to: (a) make the Licensed Software available for use by unauthorized third parties, including via a commercial rental or sharing arrangement; (b) reverse engineer, disassemble, or reprogram the Licensed Software or any portion thereof to a human-readable form; (c) modify, create derivative works of, or merge the Licensed Software with other software or equipment; (d) copy, reproduce, distribute, lend, lease, or transfer the Licensed Software or Documentation for or to any third party without the prior express written permission of Motorola; (e) take any action that would cause the Licensed Software or Documentation to be placed in the public domain; (f) use the Licensed Software to compete with Motorola; or (g) remove, alter, or obscure, any copyright or other notice.
3.4. Copies. Customer may make one (1) copy of the Licensed Software solely for archival, back-up, or disaster recovery purposes during the term of the applicable Licensed Software license. Customer may make as many copies of the Documentation reasonably required for the internal use of the Licensed Software during such Licensed Software’s license term. Unless otherwise authorized by Motorola in writing, Customer will not, and will not enable or allow any third party to: (a) install a licensed copy of the Licensed Software on more than one (1) unit of a Designated Product; or (b) copy onto or transfer Licensed Software installed in a unit of a Designated Product onto another device. Customer may temporarily transfer Licensed Software installed on a Designated Product to another device if the Designated Product is inoperable or malfunctioning, if Customer provides written notice to Motorola of the temporary transfer and identifies the device on which the Licensed Software is transferred. Temporary transfer of the Licensed Software to another device must be discontinued when the original Designated Product is returned to operation and the Licensed Software must be removed from the other device. Customer must provide prompt written notice to Motorola at the time temporary transfer is discontinued.
3.5. Resale of Equipment. Equipment contains embedded Licensed Software. If Customer desires to sell its used Equipment to a third party, Customer must first receive prior written authorization from Motorola and obtain written acceptance of the applicable Licensed Software license terms, including the obligation to pay relevant license fees, from such third party.
4.1. Term. The term of this EPSLA (the “EPSLA Term”) will commence upon either (a) the Effective Date of the MCA, if this EPSLA is attached to the MCA as of such Effective Date, or (b) the EPSLA Date set forth on the signature page below, if this EPSLA is executed after the MCA Effective Date, and will continue until the later of (i) three (3) years after the first order for Products is placed via an Ordering Document, or (ii) the expiration of all applicable warranty periods (as set forth in Section 6.1 – Motorola Warranties below) under this EPSLA, unless this EPSLA or the MCA is earlier terminated in accordance with the terms of the MCA.
4.2. Termination. Notwithstanding the termination provisions of the MCA, Motorola may terminate this EPSLA (and any Ordering Documents hereunder) immediately upon notice to Customer if Customer breaches Section 3 – Licensed Software License and Restrictions of this EPSLA, or any other provision related to Licensed Software license scope or restrictions set forth in an Ordering Document, EULA, or other applicable Addendum. For clarity, upon termination or expiration of the EPSLA Term, all Motorola obligations under this EPSLA (including with respect to Equipment and Licensed Software delivered hereunder) will terminate. If Customer desires to purchase additional Services in connection with such Equipment or Licensed Software, Customer may enter into a separate Addendum with Motorola, governing such Services. Customer acknowledges that Motorola made a considerable investment of resources in the development, marketing, and distribution of the Licensed Software and Documentation, and that Customer’s breach of this EPSLA will result in irreparable harm to Motorola for which monetary damages would be inadequate. If Licensee breaches this EPSLA, in addition to termination, Motorola will be entitled to all available remedies at law or in equity, including immediate injunctive relief and repossession of all non-embedded Licensed Software and associated Documentation.
4.3. Equipment as a Service. In the event that Customer purchases any Equipment at a price below the MSRP for such Equipment in connection Customer entering into a fixed- or minimum required-term agreement for Subscription Software, and Customer or Motorola terminates the MCA, this EPSLA, or other applicable Addendum (such as the Addendum governing the purchase of such Subscription Software) prior to the expiration of such fixed- or minimum required-term, then Motorola will have the right to invoice Customer for, and Customer will pay, the amount of the discount to the MSRP for the Equipment or such other amount set forth in the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document. This Section will not limit any other remedies Motorola may have with respect to an early termination.
5. Payment. Customer will pay invoices for the Products and Services provided under this EPSLA in accordance with the invoice payment terms set forth in the MCA. Generally, invoices are issued after shipment of Equipment or upon Motorola’s delivery of Licensed Software (in accordance with Section 2.1 – Delivery and Risk of Loss), as applicable, but if a specific invoicing or payment schedule is set forth in the applicable Ordering Document, EULA or other Addendum, such schedule will control with respect to the applicable Products and Services referenced therein. Motorola will have the right to suspend future deliveries of Products and Services if Customer fails to make any payments when due.
6. Representations and Warranties; Liability.
6.1. Motorola Warranties. Subject to the disclaimers and exclusions set forth in the MCA and this EPSLA, (a) for a period of one (1) year commencing upon the delivery of Motorola-manufactured Equipment under Section 2.1 – Delivery and Risk of Loss, Motorola represents and warrants that such Motorola-manufactured Equipment, under normal use, will be free from material defects in materials and quality of work; (b) to the extent permitted by the providers of third-party software or hardware included in the Products and Services, Motorola will pass through to Customer any warranties provided by such third parties, which warranties will apply for the period defined by the applicable third party; and (c) for a period of ninety (90) days commencing upon the delivery of Motorola-owned Licensed Software under Section 2.1 – Delivery and Risk of Loss, Motorola represents and warrants that such Licensed Software, when used in accordance with the Documentation and the EPSLA, will be free from reproducible defects that prevent operation of features critical to the primary functionality or successful operation of the Motorola-developed Licensed Software (as determined by Motorola). The warranty set forth in subsection (c) will be referred to as the “Motorola Licensed Software Warranty”. As Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any breach of the Motorola Licensed Software Warranty, Motorola will use commercially reasonable efforts to remedy the material defect in the applicable Licensed Software; provided, however, that if Motorola does not remedy such material defect within a reasonable time, then at Motorola’s sole option, Motorola will either replace the defective Licensed Software with functionally-equivalent software, provide substitute software to Customer, or terminate the applicable software license and refund any paid license fees to Customer on a pro-rata basis. For clarity, the Motorola Licensed Software Warranty applies only to the most current version of the Licensed Software issued by Motorola, and issuance of updated versions of any Licensed Software does not result in a renewal or extension of the Motorola Licensed Software Warranty beyond the ninety (90) day warranty period.
6.2. ADDITIONAL EXCLUSIONS. IN ADDITION TO THE EXCLUSIONS FROM DAMAGES SET FORTH IN THE MCA, AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY PROVISION OF THE MCA OR EPSLA TO THE CONTRARY, MOTOROLA WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR (A) DEFECTS IN OR DAMAGE TO PRODUCTS RESULTING FROM USE OTHER THAN IN THE NORMAL AUTHORIZED MANNER, OR FROM ACCIDENT, LIQUIDS, OR NEGLECT; (B) TESTING, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, INSTALLATION, OR MODIFICATION BY PARTIES OTHER THAN MOTOROLA; (C) CUSTOMER’S OR ANY AUTHORIZED USER’S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INDUSTRY AND OSHA OR OTHER LEGAL STANDARDS; (D) DAMAGE TO RADIO ANTENNAS, UNLESS CAUSED BY DEFECTS IN MATERIAL OR MANUFACTURING; (E) EQUIPMENT WITH NO SERIAL NUMBER; (F) BATTERIES OR CONSUMABLES; (G) FREIGHT COSTS FOR SHIPMENT TO REPAIR DEPOTS; (H) COSMETIC DAMAGE THAT DOES NOT AFFECT OPERATION; (I) NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR; (J) ISSUES OR OBSOLESCENCE OF LICENSED SOFTWARE DUE TO CHANGES IN CUSTOMER OR AUTHORIZED USER REQUIREMENTS, EQUIPMENT, OR SYSTEMS; (K) TRACKING AND LOCATION-BASED SERVICES; OR (L) BETA SERVICES.
6.3. Voluntary Remedies. Motorola is not obligated to remedy, repair, replace, or refund the purchase price for the disclaimed or excluded issues in the MCA or Section 6.2 – Additional Exclusions above, but if Motorola agrees to provide Services to help resolve such issues, Customer will reimburse Motorola for its reasonable time and expenses, including by paying Motorola any Fees set forth in an Ordering Document for such Services, if applicable.
7. Copyright Notices. The existence of a copyright notice on any Licensed Software will not be construed as an admission or presumption of publication of the Licensed Software or public disclosure of any trade secrets associated with the Licensed Software.
Survival. The following provisions will survive the expiration or termination of this EPSLA for any reason: Section 3 – Licensed Software License and Restrictions; Section 4 – Term; Section 5 – Payment; Section 6.2 – Additional Exclusions; Section 8 – Survival.