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swap out

To replace or exchange someone or something with another person or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "swap" and "out." I think I just need to swap out the batteries for this to start working again. It's a bad sign that they've had to swap their goaltender out after just the first ten minutes of play.
See also: out, swap

swap out

v.
To remove something and replace or exchange it: The program swapped out the contents of memory to make space for more data. I swapped the memory card out for a newer one.
See also: out, swap
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In 2000, Irdeto Access appointed a special smart card swap out manager to coordinate all swap outs worldwide and to develop a general framework that is tailored for each individual customer.
By reducing unnecessary dispatches and STB swap outs, xVu helps operators to control operating costs and remain cost-competitive, while consistently ensuring high QoE which improves overall customer retention levels.
The battery unit is designed specifically for easy swap outs, and is composed of two sealed lead acid batteries that can be recharged in as little as 4-6 hours with the included smart battery charger.
Network managers and engineers at mid to large enterprise, government and military organizations are now responsible for thousands of configuration files that can be exposed to potential external threats as well as inconsistencies due to swap outs, upgrades and other operational changes, wholly apart from the servers and PCs configurations.
San Juan is another validation of our proven digital ad insertion technology, which delivers to operators the ability to effectively manage current needs and support future growth without costly infrastructure swap outs.
Equally important is that, once deployed, the new chipsets enable carriers to easily migrate existing broadband customers from ADSL to higher speed, higher value VDSL or EFM services without requiring truck rolls or line card swap outs at the CO or RT.
In addition, the distributed network processor architecture enables feature enhancement and standards compliance updates via software downloads, thereby extending the life of the product without costly and intrusive physical swap outs.
Both are faced with huge commitments to the closed architectures which prevent them from leveraging the development efforts of others, and the cost of fork lift swap outs is simply unthinkable.