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Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.
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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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In addition, increased use of electronic switches such as sensor-based switches, wireless switched, and others result in the global market growth of the light control switch market.
All three channels in this rackmount configured switch are switched simultaneously.
Sometimes automated test systems have a very large number of signals that need to be switched to and from the UUT and instrumentation.
<p>"In this model there is no third tier where traffic has to flow to accommodate server-to-server flows; traffic is either switched at access or in the core at less than 10 microseconds," he says.
If your main power source is switched off or fails, the HUB jumps in and holds your data.
The primary connection was a 10/100 Ethernet CAT5 copper connection between the host and ISCSI intelligent storage switch via a switched LAN.
InSpeed allows NEC to create an "SBOD application," which improves the reliability and performance of its storage solutions by bringing 2Gb/ s switched connectivity to each individual disk drive within the storage array.
Only 256 channels from the input streams can be switched to the output.
This results in a highly reliable product that can be hot switched at high repetition rates as often as desired during integration, test and flight.
PM DCS-E reports to the Project Manager, Defense Communications and Army Switched Systems, located at Fort Monmouth, N.J., which has the mission to provide the backbone infrastructure for voice, data and video at Army posts camps and stations around the world.
Many dentists, under pressure on the mercury issue, have switched to alternatives.