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Vol. 1 No. 4 June 2002

Non-blocking architecture

Non-blocking architecture: In the context of a switch, the ability to handle independent packets simultaneously because the switch has sufficient internal resources to handle maximum transfer rates from all ports. In a blocking architecture, the switch may become a bottleneck.

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  • Now, That's a Cluster!

    Lawrence Livermore National Labs is pushing the envelope with a new storage cluster that mates 115TB of networked disk with a massive cluster of 600 dual Pentium 4 servers.

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