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Store and forward is a communications technique in which messages are sent to a intermediate station where they are kept and sent at a later time to the final destination or to another intermediate station. Reasons for using this method include:

  • Origin and destination stations may not be available for communications at the same time
  • One or more circuits may not have enough capacity for peak traffic and there is a need to give priority to certain messages, without losing the others.

See also: network switch

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