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Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.

switch

1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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The replacement of the loop topology currently used to connect storage servers with their disk drives with a switched topology can bring significant gains in performance, availability, and total systemcost.
Building upon its experience and expertise gained in delivering StarFabric, the first generation PCI compatible switched serial interconnect technology, StarGen is currently developing its StarXpress family of products, slated for delivery in early 2005.
A public loop is a Fibre Channel arbitrated loop designed to run in a switched fabric environment.
Although early in implementation, switched SANs contain management features to control accessibility, configure, and troubleshoot the network.
With a redundant switched design that includes standby routing in the backbone, physical redundant links and optimized recovery features, network uptime can be enhanced.
New optical backplane technology enables individual wavelengths to be switched transparently or distributed to any slot in the system for service termination and processing.
The Velocity module includes a 32 Gbps switched shared-memory system, wire-speed ASICs for hardware-based switching and routing, along with an integrated symmetric multi-processing architecture.
Both deliver wire-speed, non-blocking, feature-rich, 10/100/1000 Mbps switched Ethernet in configurations that are easy to deploy and offer the best overall value in the industry.
The FC-AL protocol has been widely acknowledged to provide the ease-of-installation and broad interoperability that is desired for both switched and non-switched SAN environments, particularly in the entry-level Windows and NetWare segments.
Vixel, the inventor of switched private loop technology, or "Stealth," now in its third generation, is applying its proven experience to the growing market demand for affordable, high-performance Fibre Channel switches.