ATM is a form of packetized data transport where any type of information is chopped into short, uniform groups (cells) for efficient handling. Because all cells are the same 53-bytes in length, switches and multiplexers can be tuned to maximum efficiency.
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About the Author
William A. Flanagan is vice president of marketing and technology at FastCommunications Corp. where he guides product development and marketing strategy. He also represents the company at the Frame Relay Forum, seminars, and other industry events.