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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 first generation of intelligent switches performs these operations using dedicated ASICs at the port level.
Lucent is delivering on its commitment to SBC to evolve its embedded base of Lucent switches to help SBC manage costs and handle future growth," said Dave Geary, vice president and general manager of Lucent Technologies Convergence Solutions business.
com) today announced shipment of the newest in its TigerSwitch[TM] family of high-performance switches: the TigerSwitch 10/100 Standalone 24- and 48-port 10/100 +4 Gigabit ports Managed Switches (SMC6128PL2 and SMC6152L2).
However, as the market for network switches matures along with the growth of VoIP and other technologies, enterprises can now buy intelligent network switches for prices that are easy to cost-justify, especially when given the many benefits the switches provide.
Agere's chip switches voice, data, and video signals at an aggregated switching speed of 80 Gigabits per second (Gbits/s).
This Frost & Sullivan research service entitled North American Lighting Control Switches Market provides an overview of the total lighting control switches market giving the revenue forecast and a complete analysis of the challenges, drivers and restraints that impact the revenues and growth potential of the market.
The iSCSI switch high-availability feature monitors the availability of the other site by using the IP network to constantly send and receive heartbeat packets between the two iSCSI switches.
This application relieves network dial-up traffic congestion from Class 5 switches.
A data center-optimized 8-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet module for the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series switches, designed to be able to deliver up to a 60 percent increase in local switching performance while lowering 10GbE price-per-port by approximately 30 percent;
com) today announced the newest in its TigerSwitch(TM) family of high-performance switches, the TigerSwitch 1000, a 24-port 10/100/1000 Standalone Managed Switch (SMC8024L2).
Although they do provide the required concurrency and switch services, these Backbone Switches have proven to be extremely problematic and costly to implement.