switch


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to switch: Network switch

switch (around) (with someone or something)

to exchange or trade with someone or something. (The optional elements cannot be transposed.) I liked Jill's lunch, and she liked mine, so I switched around with her. I liked Jill's, and she liked mine, so we switched around with each other.

switch

n. a switchblade knife. (The folding pocket knife springs open when a button is pushed.) They found a switch in his pocket when they searched him.
See:
References in periodicals archive ?
Unlike hardware zoning, administrators have maximum flexibility to zone per port and across switch boundaries independent of the switch's internal architecture.
For asynchronous replication, the intelligent switch sends a copy of all write-I/Os to the replication application.
SBC is deploying the high-capacity switch in its local network to interconnect, primarily, with wireless and long distance carriers in an application known as an access tandem switch.
If you are considering the move to VoIP, two of the items you must consider are the type of switch you will use and the security measures that you will implement to protect voice and data traffic.
Agere's chip, called the Protocol Independent Stand-Alone Switch (PI- 40SAX), is a key engine driving an important shift in the communications equipment industry to a lower cost structure.
This article will review how an iSCSI switch can be deployed to provide Disaster Recovery solutions in the following areas:
The V-Switch is a breakthrough switching product that enables next generation digital loop carriers (NGDLCs) to operate independently of the Class 5 switch by providing dial tone and services directly to the access device.