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The customer then sets a burstable bandwidth plan that uses an open network port to deliver additional bandwidth on demand. When network traffic hits the limits of the dedicated bandwidth plan, the burstable bandwidth (sometimes called a fractional commit) provides additional capacity to handle the high data volume
Dedicated bandwidth is bandwidth that's reserved solely for the use of one subscriber, usually a business. ... Unlike broadband connections, there's no drop in data throughput at peak times. Dedicated bandwidth is usually symmetrical. This means that the connection can send and receive data at the same high speed.