switching system


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switching system

[′swich·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
An assembly of switching and control devices provided so that any station in a communications system may be connected as desired with any other station.
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As a result, network administrators who are looking toward the future are looking closely at IP-based KVM switching systems.
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Its optimized WLAN switching systems deliver unmatched bandwidth efficiency, seamless mobility and secure, easy access for more than 1,500 organizations and 40 million users worldwide.
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The new switch, when combined with Siemens Stromberg-Carlson Cell Switching Systems already in service, will enable telephone companies and carriers to offer broadband application interconnection services across an ATM network.
All-optical switching systems such as Calient Networks' DiamondWave photonic switching system, use micro-mirrors or micro-electrical-mechanical systems (MEMS) and are bandwidth independent.
Cedar Point's SAFARI C3 Media Switching System is a PacketCable(TM)-qualified, Carrier Class Cable (C3) solution that supports legacy circuit and PacketCable(TM) voice services, as well as video telephony and non-traditional SIP-based devices.
The Dorchester switch is the first Siemens Stromberg-Carlson central office switching system to be installed serving a major Ameritech metropolitan area, and will replace an analog system currently in place.
Under the terms of the contract, BellSouth has to date placed orders for eight Fujitsu FETEX-150(R) All-Bandwidth(TM) ATM switching systems.
The UltraLight Grid network will use Calient DiamondWave switching systems and Calient GMPLS controllers to enhance and extend the Cisco Systems ONS 15454 and 15540 multiservice provisioning platforms to support massive, globally distributed datasets, petaflops of distributed computing and storage, and collaborative data analysis across the US, Europe, Asia and South America.