PVC – Permanent Virtual Circuit
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PVC – Permanent Virtual Circuit

A Permanent Virtual Circuit is a permanently established logical connection between two devices on a packet switched network. Examples of PVC can be found on ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) and Frame Relay networks. The advantage of a PVC over a SVC (Switched Virtual Circuit) is the saving of bandwidth associated with circuit establishment and tear down.

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