>Paclet switching may be described as ‘the routing of data in discrete quantities called packets, each in specific format and with a maximum size’. Unlike the circuit switching used in telephone/telex networks, in this system, circuits are not switched and dedicated to the users for the duration of a ‘call’, but information to be exchanged between users is transmitted in packets which occupy circuits only during actual transmissions of data in a call.
I- Net provides connectivity between computers and terminals at high speed. I-Net subscribers can connect with RABMN, international data networks and databases and email networks. I-Net offers closed user grouping, reverse charging, permanent virtual circuit and other facilities.