A Flat and Scalable Data Center Network Topology Based on De Bruijn Graphs

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Dürr, Frank;
  • Subject: C.2.1 | C.2.2 | C.2.5 | Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture

Due to the requirement of hosting tens of thousands of hosts in today's data centers, data center networks strive for scalability and high throughput on the one hand. On the other hand, the cost for networking hardware should be minimized. Consequently, the number and c... View more
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