Unspecified bit rate, computer science, Basic Computer Science

ATM Theory - Unspecified Bit Rate

Is intended for non-real time applications, that is, those not requiring tightly constrained delay and delay variation.
Examples of applications are traditional computer communication applications, such as file transfer and email.
Service does not specify traffic related guarantees.
Traffic parameters are specified: PCR, CDVT
Rate guaranteed: No guarantees
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