Using a network switch to manage media or channel access. Switching helps increase overall bandwidth, provides greater bandwidth to senders and receivers, and can emulate other access methods based on the switch’s built in capabilities.

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. Switching
- a. & n. from Switch, v.
2. Switching
- of Switch
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