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Basics of Computer Networking
Asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) is a cell-oriented switching and multiplexing technology that uses fixed-length (53 byte; 48 bytes of data, and 5 bytes of header information) packets -called cells -to carry various types of traffic, such as data, voice, video, multimedia, and so on, through multiple classes of services. ATM is a 1 connection-oriented technology, in which a connection is established between the two endpoints before the actual data exchange begins. ATM provides a highly complexdoi:10.1007/978-1-4614-2104-7_5 fatcat:uerogabc4rbrrcqzsmt5isz3o4