Multistage Interconnection Networks : a Transition to Optical

@inproceedings{Kumar2014MultistageIN,
  title={Multistage Interconnection Networks : a Transition to Optical},
  author={Sandeep Kumar and Arpit Kumar},
  year={2014}
}
Several types of interconnection networks have been proposed for parallel processing. One of them is MIN’s (Multistage interconnection networks). With the better way of communication between processor and memory, MIN’s are less complex, good fault tolerance, high reliability, fast in communication and low cost. To achieving reliable, fast and flexible communication optical communication are necessary. Through optical networks we can achieve high performance and low latency also. With their… CONTINUE READING
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