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For the next generation of multi-core processors, the on-chip interconnection networks must be efficient to achieve high data throughput and performance. Moreover, these interconnections must be flexible and scalable in order to provide parallel on-demand computing. For this reason, the goal of this paper is to present design decisions of a multi-cluster NoC (MCNoC) architecture in order to support collective communication patterns through topology reconfiguration on an FPGA-based multi-cluster chip. The MCNoCpsilas results show a small area occupation, low power consumption and high performance.