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Time-Driven Switching: Principles and Implementation

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As the Internet traffic volume increases exponentially, so does the demand for fast packet switching between asynchronous network nodes. A large number of switching architectures is available on the market today, however, the majority of them are either not scalable or reach their limits in power consumption and complexity. In this talk the Time-Driven Switching architecture will be presented, which provides a simple way to achieve high scalability, predictable performance as well as low power consumption by utilizing UTC -based pipeline forwarding. Time-Driven Switching prototype implementations will also be described which employ electronic and optical off-the-shelf components.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.

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