Resilient Cell Resequencing in Terabit Routers

@inproceedings{Turner2003ResilientCR,
  title={Resilient Cell Resequencing in Terabit Routers},
  author={Jonathan Turner},
  year={2003}
}
Multistage interconnection networks with internal cell buffering and dynamic routing are among the most cost-effective architectures for multi-terabit internet routers. One of the key design issues for such systems is maintaining cell ordering, since cells are subject to varying delays as they pass through the interconnection network. The most flexible and scalable approach to cell resequencing uses timestamps and a time-ordered resequencing buffer at each router output port. Conventional… CONTINUE READING
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