Reduced Complexity Input Buffered Switches

@inproceedings{Kar2000ReducedCI,
  title={Reduced Complexity Input Buffered Switches},
  author={Koushik Kar and T. V. Lakshman and Dimitrios Stiliadis and Leandros Tassiulas},
  year={2000}
}
Input-Output buffered crossbars are popular building blocks for scalable high-speed switching because they require minimum speed-up of memory bandwidth. Scaling the design of crossbar switches to large capacities is limited by technology issues such as the reconfiguration of high-speed fabrics or power consumption. In addition, these crossbar architechtures typically schedule and transfer in terms of fixed size envelopes. Thus when they are used in the context of IP networks where packets are… CONTINUE READING

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