Packet switching is a digital networking communications method that groups all transmitted data into packets. This allows delivery of sequences of packets over a shared network.
Packet switching has two main modes - connectionless and connection-oriented. In connectionless packet delivery, the packets are routed individually and can travel different pathways. In a connection-oriented delivery, the packets are transferred in sequence to their destination.
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