Asynchronous transfer mode (atm), Computer Networking

Telephone companies (Telco's) stated ATM to meet various goals. It gives universal service for all support and subscribers for all users for video, voice and data. It has a single unified architecture. It provides guaranteed service when it is support and appropriate for low cost computers.

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