In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Its network uses packet switching to route calls, meaning voice data from the caller is chopped up into packets, sent, and then reassembled at the recipient's end.
- Parks Associates predicts a boom in cable telephony as packet-switching technologies ‘revolutionize the telecommunication market.’
- You can think of this as the database equivalent of packet switching, in which a telephone line is shared among numerous parties by taking advantage of the fact that no one needs the line 100% of the time.
- The main difference between VoIP and the ordinary telephone network is that VoIP is based on packet switching like the rest of the Internet, while the latter is based on the circuit switching method.
- It was used to test new networking technologies - notably large scale packet switching, a then pioneering method of sending data across a network.
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