Quality of service
Quality of service (QoS) refers to a set of networking technologies intended to ensure satisfactory end-to-end application performance in the presence of network congestion, essentially by giving time-sensitive applications (such as interactive transaction processing) priority in the network over less time-sensitive applications (such as print or file transfer).
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