Macrolevel, Inc. - Trademark information

Updated: June 10, 2012 - 3:00 p.m. EST


Macrolevel and the Macrolevel logo and design are registered trademarks and/or service marks (the "Marks") of Macrolevel, Inc.("Macrolevel") in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. You are not permitted to use the Marks without the prior written consent of Macrolevel or as stated below in this document.

Acceptance of Terms of use  Third party Trademarks
Warranties and disclaimers Macrolevel Trademark and Service mark usage guidelines
Limitation of Liability Proper usage of Macrolevel Trademarks
Description of Services Fair use of Macrolevel Trademarks
User accounts Prohibited uses of Macrolevel Trademarks
Intellectual Property Usage guidelines for Macrolevel Logo(s)
Trademerk misuse


Third party trademarks

The trademarks, logos and service marks ("Marks") displayed on this website are the property of Macrolevel or other third parties. Users are not permitted to use these Marks without the prior written consent of such third party which may own the Mark.

VMware is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc.
Cisco is a registered trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Dell is a registered trademark of Dell, Inc.
Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

All other marks and names mentioned herein, on this site and documents may be trademarks of their respective companies.


Macrolevel Trademark usage guidelines

These Trademark Usage Guidelines (the "Guidelines") set forth the rules for using or referring to the trademarks and service owned by Macrolevel, Inc. or its affiliates ("Macrolevel"). For the purposes of these Guidelines, "Macrolevel Trademark(s)" shall include all registered or unregistered trademarks and service marks (such as words, names, symbols, slogans, logos, or combination of these) owned by Macrolevel, including but not limited to the trademarks and service marks listed in this document.

Proper usage of Macrolevel Trademarks

Proper usage of Macrolevel Marks is important for their continued protection. Proper usage aids consumers who depend upon Macrolevel’s goods and services and helps prevent Macrolevel Trademarks from losing their distinctiveness and becoming generic. Licensees of Macrolevel Trademarks may have different rules of usage set forth in their license agreement, in which case Licensees should follow those guidelines.

Set Macrolevel Trademarks Apart From Surrounding Text.
When a Macrolevel Mark is used in a non-stylized form, such as in the body text of an advertisement, it should be set apart and distinguished from the other words in the text. In order to do this, the Macrolevel Mark may be rendered in boldface type, italics, capital letters, underscored, or set in quotation marks.

Use Macrolevel Trademarks As Adjectives.
Trademarks are adjectives and should be followed by the generic term they modify, such as "software" or "product." Never use a trademark as a noun, a verb, or in the possessive form.

  1. Do Not Abbreviate Or Alter The Spelling Of Macrolevel Trademarks.
    You should not vary the appearance of Macrolevel Trademarks by abbreviating them, incorporating them into acronyms, changing their spelling, or using improper capitalization.

    Use The Proper Trademark Symbol.
    A Macrolevel Mark should appear with the proper trademark or service mark symbol. In written materials, the appropriate symbol must be used with the first or most prominent appearance of the Macrolevel Mark in headlines and the first time the Macrolevel Trademark appears in body text. This appropriate symbol also should be used on each subsequent page if the topic is different or if the pages can be separated and distributed independently. If the materials, product packaging, or web page includes a properly licensed Macrolevel logo, which already includes the appropriate trademark symbol, it is not required to include a trademark symbol after the word "Macrolevel" in the text in that material, product packaging, or web page.

  2. Use The Proper Trademark Attribution Statement.
    All marketing collateral, advertisements, product packaging, web pages, manuals, and studies that include Macrolevel Trademarks also must include the proper trademark attribution statement crediting ownership of the Macrolevel Trademarks to Macrolevel Corporation. Typically, the attribution statement is displayed at the end of the material, in the footer of the document, or on the back of the package. The correct trademark attribution statement is:

  3. Macrolevel, the Macrolevel Logo [if applicable] [and any other Macrolevel's Mark that is/are referred to or displayed in the document] [is/are] trademark[s] or registered trademark[s] of Macrolevel Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

  4. Macrolevel as a Trade Name.
    "Macrolevel" functions not only as a trademark mark and service mark identifying goods and services offered by Macrolevel Inc., but also as a trade name or company name referring to Macrolevel Inc. Trade names are nouns and, therefore, should not be followed by a generic descriptor and may be used in the possessive form. When used as a trade name, "Macrolevel" should not be followed by a trademark symbol. Within documents, the first reference to the trade or company name should be "Macrolevel, Inc.". "Macrolevel" can be used for subsequent references.

  5. Fair use of Macrolevel Trademarks

  6. "Fair use" of Macrolevel Marks, that is, use by a third party without express permission or license, is limited to text-only references to Macrolevel Marks such as product and service names, and excludes Macrolevel logo(s).In such references, you must be truthful, must not disparage Macrolevel, and must not mislead the public. You must be clear and accurate as to the nature of the relationship between Macrolevel and your company, its products, and its services.

  7. With the exception of Macrolevel logos (the use of which must be expressly authorized by Macrolevel), you generally may use Macrolevel Trademarks to refer to Macrolevel’s products or services in advertising, promotional, and sales materials, assuming that you have the necessary authority to sell or promote Macrolevel’s products or services.

    You may indicate the relationship of your products and services to Macrolevel’s products or services by using an accurate referential phrase in connection with your product or service, for example, "for use with Macrolevel™ virtual server platform" provided that the Macrolevel Mark appears less prominent than the product or service name and the Macrolevel Mark is not a part of or incorporated in your product or service name.

Prohibited uses of Macrolevel Trademarks

You may not use or register in any jurisdiction, whether foreign or domestic, any Macrolevel Mark as all or part of your company, product, or service name in a manner that is likely to create confusion as to Macrolevel’s sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of your company, product, or service, or that may dilute the Macrolevel Trademark. Similarly, you may not use or register in any jurisdiction, whether foreign or domestic, a domain name that incorporates any Macrolevel Trademark in bad faith or in a manner that is likely to create confusion as to Macrolevel’s sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of your company, product, or service.

When Macrolevel Marks used in advertising for Macrolevel or its products or services offered under the Macrolevel Trademarks must not be false or misleading in any way and must not be in violation of any applicable law, municipal ordinance, or administrative agency regulation of any country.

You may not use Macrolevel Trademarks on or in connection with any defamatory, scandalous, pornographic, or other objectionable materials of any sort, or to disparage Macrolevel, its products or services, or in a manner that, in Macrolevel’s reasonable judgment, may diminish or otherwise damage the reputation of Macrolevel or the goodwill in the Macrolevel Trademarks.

  1. Usage guidelines for Macrolevel Logo

    You may not use any Macrolevel logo unless you have an agreement with or express written consent from Macrolevel authorizing such use. In the event that you are authorized to use a Macrolevel logo, the use must comply with these additional guidelines (or the usage guidelines set forth in your license agreement, if those guidelines differ).

    The Macrolevel logo(s) are single, standalone piece(s) of artwork. When reproducing the logo(s), use only the master artwork provided by Macrolevel. Do not alter or distort the appearance of the logo in anyway, for example, by adding your own design elements or colors, changing the colors, or changing the font. The logo must always look sharp, clean, and well produced. Always allow for a minimum clear space around the Macrolevel logo. Never violate the clear space with any graphic elements, words or charts. Never reproduce the logo in a manner that causes the logo to become illegible or blurry, which may happen if the logo is reproduced too small.

    Macrolevel Trademarks misuse

    If you learn of any uses of any trademarks and/or service marks that are confusingly similar to the Macrolevel Marks, please notify Macrolevel by sending a message via our Contact us form. In case you become aware of any use of a Macrolevel Trademark that violates any of the rules/guidelines described in this document, including failure to identify Macrolevel Trademarks as belonging to Macrolevel, Inc., please notify us immediately. Please provide a Wb address, screenshot, a copy of the article or other medium in which the trademark violation appeared if possible.



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