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Clos lives on in optical packet switching

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While the technological evolution since C. Clos's seminal article (see Bell Sys. Tech. J., vol.32, p.406-24, 1953) on multistage switch architectures has been huge, his work and ideas still live on. We discuss node architectures for optical packet switching and show how the multistage approach proposed by Clos can be adopted to solve scalability issues and construct switches with large port counts. As in the old days, the driving factors behind the introduction of multistage concepts also include economic issues: compared to a single-stage architecture, the number of components to realize the switching fabric is reduced.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 2 )

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Feb 2004

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