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We present a novel LAN that has been designed to meet three criteria: it should be low cost, support standard protocols, and provide high performance. The LAN interconnects many workstations in a ring topology with a link rate of 1 Gbit/s. The packet format is the same as that of a B-ISDN cell...
This paper describes the design and performance of a simple ATM host interface for a RISC workstation together with the MSNA protocol architecture. A feature of the MSNA architecture is that it can provide ATM virtual circuits directly to applications by demultiplexing to a degree normally...
The utilization of the inherent bandwidth in high-speed networks is often obstructed by the implementation of the protocols. NIST and ARPA developed VLSI measurement components that permit researchers and product developers to better understand computing and communication bottlenecks by accurate...
We investigate how to exploit shared memory multiprocessors for parallel protocol processing. We present a multiprocessor implementation of the x-kernel protocol environment from the University of Arizona. A “processor-per-message” paradigm is used to partition the work over processors. Locks...
DTM is a set of protocols for high-speed networks, based on bandwidth reservation and with support for dynamic reallocation of bandwidth. It is designed for real-time multimedia applications and for high-speed computer communication. DTM uses a novel medium-access technique and provides a...
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