Exports, re-exports and transfers of Solace products and technology are subject to control under Canada’s Export Control List (“ECL“), as administered by Global Affairs Canada and, in certain circumstances, the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (“EAR“), as administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS“). Diversion of Solace products and technology contrary to Canadian and U.S. law is prohibited. Depending on where you reside, additional import or export requirements may apply.
The export or re-export of items that are subject to the ECL or the EAR to an embargoed or sanctioned destination without a valid license or license exception is prohibited.
Exports to entities listed on the above Canadian or U.S. sanctions list may be prohibited or proceed only if such exports have been licensed and/or the necessary permit has been obtained. Exports that support the design, development, or production of biological, chemical, or nuclear weapons, or missile proliferation, are prohibited without prior Canadian or U.S. government authorization, as the case may be.
Solace products are classified for export under the ECL and the EAR, subject to Canadian and U.S., applicable U.S. license exceptions and CCATS (where applicable). All information in the Solace Export Classification Matrix is subject to change without notice.
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Disclaimer: Please note that the information set forth on this web page is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to constitute legal guidance, and the information contained herein is subject to change at any time by Canadian or U.S. government authorities. Please consult the ECL, the EAR, or contact Global Affairs Canada or the BIS, for further details on Canadian and U.S. export control and licensing requirements.