packet switching
Noun

packet switching (uncountable)

  1. (networking) A means of directing digitally encoded information in a communication network from its source to its destination, in which messages may be divided into smaller entities called packets, each of which travels independently through the network in paths based on moment to moment routing decisions made by the nodes through which they pass.
Translations
  • Spanish: conmutación de paquetes



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