Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
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Throttling is the act limiting a resource over a set amount of time. For example, a web server may throttle its users by only allowing 10 at a time if it's overloaded. This type of throttle improves performance and can prevent the system from crashing during busy times of the day.

Network terms, Phone terms, QoS