Large scale packet switch interconnection architecture using overflow switches
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AbstractIn this paper, several large scale switch interconnection architectures are reviewed and compared. A three-stage interconnection architecture is proposed in which the second and the third-stage switches are grouped into partitions. Overflow switches are used in each partition to route the otherwise lost traffic. The cell loss probability can be greatly reduced. We show that for the same cell loss performance, our design requires a lower input-expansion ratio at the first-stage, resulting in a significant reduction of the overall complexity and the amount of interconnection lines.
All Author(s) ListWong P.C., Tung Erik H.
Name of Conference1993 IEEE International Conference on Communications
Start Date of Conference23/05/1993
End Date of Conference26/05/1993
Place of ConferenceGeneva, Switz
Country/Region of ConferenceSwitzerland
Year1993
Month1
Day1
Pages708 - 714
ISBN0780309510
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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