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Gigabit IP Routing on Raw Gleb Chuvpilo, David Wentzlaff, and Saman Amarasinghe
 

Summary: Gigabit IP Routing on Raw
Gleb Chuvpilo, David Wentzlaff, and Saman Amarasinghe
Laboratory for Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139
chuvpilo, wentzlaf, saman¡ @lcs.mit.edu
Abstract
Network processors afford a great degree of flexibility to
current day routers, yet they still have followed the trend
of being largely specialized to the domain of route table
look-up. By using a processor architecture that is more gen-
eral purpose, routers can gain from economies of scale and
increased programmatic flexibility. We propose the use of
the Raw Processor [5] as both a network processor and
switch fabric for multi-gigabit IP routing. While previous
general purpose architectures have failed to give a useful
programmatic interface to sufficient bandwidth to support
multi-gigabit IP routing, the Raw Processor, through its
tiled architecture and software exposed on-chip network-
ing, has enough internal and external bandwidth to deal

  

Source: Amarasinghe, Saman - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory & Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences