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SVC

The ISO 4217 currency code for the El Salvador Colon.

SVC

ISO 4217 code for the Salvadoran colon. The colon was the currency of El Salvador between 1919 and 2004. It was initially pegged to the U.S. dollar, but began to float in 1931. As part of El Salvador's liberalization policy, it began to accept the dollar as legal tender in 2001 and stopped circulating the colon in 2004. See also: Dollarization.
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Frame Relay switched virtual circuits (SVCs) with QoS capability allow service providers to optimize network resources in ways not possible with permanent virtual circuits (PVCs).
The use of variable-bit-rate real-time switched virtual circuits improves network efficiencies because it recognizes the inherently bursty nature of voice communications created by the periods of silence in a conversation.
With PANL, switched virtual circuits (SVCs) are defined by traffic type between end points instead of between each hop in the network.
We used switched virtual circuits (SVC) as opposed to permanent virtual circuits to allow for full utilization of available bandwidth.
Using the HNS Radiant network's Switched Virtual Circuits with Quality of Service (QoS), carriers can now economically support this application for corporate customers' Intranet and extranet communications.
Sonic is the first and still the only company to employ switched virtual circuits (SVC) on a domestic and international fiber network specifically designed and maintained for the transmission of broadcast quality video.
The enhanced network increases Sonic's occasional service capacity by 400%, offering true switched virtual circuits (SVC's) and on-demand scaleable bandwidth.
PNNI Phase 1 is the specification that is intended to enable dynamic hierarchical routing, switched virtual circuits, and guaranteed quality of service across an ATM backbone network.
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