Global One provides customized service level agreements (SLAs) to customers of Global ATM, including clear commitments to service availability, repair times, transit delays, cell loss ratio, and cell delay variation.
What does CVR stand for?
CVR stands for Cell Delay Variation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The chip also provides sophisticated jitter buffer control, thus enabling it to effectively handle ATM or IP network traffic by balancing cell delay variations and jitter.
The Quality of Service (QoS) indicator, which specifies the cell loss, cell delay, and cell delay variation performance associated with the connection.
Voice services are sensitive to cell transfer delay, while broadcast video is less sensitive to cell transfer delay, but sensitive to cell delay variations.
Lowest Cell Delay Variation In an ATM network, how and when cells are delayed may be critically important -- especially when delivering real-time voice or video traffic along with data.
The problem stems mainly from the inability of most switching platforms to simultaneously support data and high-compression MPEG 1 & 2 video without causing excessive Cell Delay Variation (CDV), commonly known as jitter.
Features include: Full Quality of Service (QoS) measurements including cell transfer delay time, cell delay variation, cell loss ratio, cell error ratio, and cell delay variation peak-to-peak.
Moreover, the data analysis tools available in BONeS can measure cell loss, cell delay, and cell delay variations anywhere in the system, and a number of plots are automatically generated every time the simulation is executed.