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Connection Admission Control (CAC)

Connection admission control (CAC) is a mechanism used in telecommunications networks to ensure the quality of service. It limits the number of users that can connect at any given time and assigns priority levels to each user based on their needs.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Connection Admission Control (CAC)

CAC presents an opportunity to improve customer satisfaction by ensuring high-quality connections for all users. By limiting the amount of traffic through specific channels, businesses can reduce congestion and provide better performance for their customers. Additionally, it allows them to prioritize certain types of traffic over others so that essential data gets sent first before less critical information. This ensures continuity when transmitting sensitive data, such as financial transactions or medical records, from one location to another.

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